Let's start by considering the simple case of a single question. We will see how the text of the question can be placed in the main question, or in a part if we treat the question as a part. Better yet, we
will show how to use a placeholder.
Question text in the main question
The most basic form of a formulas question is having the text of the question in the question text field of the main question section. To create such a simple formulas question, you must complete at least
all the required fields, that is, the five fields marked withor *, as shown
below with large arrows:
Question settings ← Click to view the question settings (click again to hide them)
Note. The question below is embedded. You can answer it directly without having to launch a quiz.
Guest users do not have permission to interact with embedded questions.
"My first formulas question" above was created simply as follows:
GeneralQuestion nameMy first formulas questionMain questionQuestion textMy first formulas question
What is 3 + 4?Part 1Part's mark*1Answer*7Grading criterion*Absolute error == 0
The Editing a formulas question page should look like this:
Question settings ← Click to view the question settings
When there is only one question, it makes almost no difference if the question text is put in the main question or in a part.
The previous example can also be done by placing the question in the part's text field of part 1. Note that some text must also appear in the question text field of the main question because it is a required field.
GeneralQuestion nameMy first formulas questionMain question
Question textMy first formulas questionPart 1Part's mark*1Answer*7Grading criterion*Absolute error == 0Part's textWhat is 3 + 4?