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Description - This optional field is used to identify your online problems. The description is automatically displayed in the header on the page where the student selects problem answers.
Problems - This allows you to specify the total number of problems you want the student to complete.
Count by - This input field indicates what number(s) you want the student to count by. More than a single number can be counted. For example, if you want to count by 2's, simply enter a "2". If you want problems that count by 2 and 3, you can enter "2,3".
Minimum - This is the smallest answer value you want in the student problems. For example, if you input "5", then the student will be presented with problems where the answer is between 5 and the maximum number.
Maximum - This is the largest answer value you want in the student problems. For example, if you input "20", then the student will be presented with problems where the answer is between your minimum number and 20.
Pictures - Select a category from the picture list to indicate the type of pictures that are displayed in each problem. A randomly selected picture from the category is automatically choosen for each problem.
Confirm answers - If this option is selected, before moving on to the next problem, the student will be provided immediate feedback on whether their selected answer was correct.
Allow partial groups - By selecting this feature, the student will be presented problems that may not be an exact multiple of the "Count By" numbers. For example, if you are counting by 4's then the student may be asked to solve a problem where the answer is 9. Here is an example of counting by 4's, but the first and last possible answers are 6 and 9:
Multi-line problems - This option is used to indicate that possible answers may be displayed across multiple lines (rather than a single line answer). For example, here is problem where first and second possible answers are on one line, but the last possible answer is on multiple lines:
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