Generic TeX Problems


All generic TeX problems get automatically corrected and graded.
Every generic TeX problems consists of one or more questions, each has one or more answers.
Table environment is available in Generic TeX Problems, (not yet in Generic Visualization).


Part 1: first steps: learn to create and edit generic TeX problems
Part 2: create multiple choice problems: learn to create (static) multiple choice questions and to define answers
Part 3: variables and functions: learn to personalise questions through variables and functions
Part 4: create input field problems: learn to create questions with one or more input fields
Part 5: consecutive errors: learn how to take into account consecutive errors
Part 6: sets: answer is finite number sets
Part 7: intervals: answer is interval
Part 8: function plots: plot some functions
Part 9: Expressions and Relations: Expression and Relations usable in \function, \checkFuncForZero and, \randadjustIf
Part 10: Add a Generic Visualization: Add a generic visualization applet to the problem page
Part 11: Using placeholder for answer: Using \ansref to use answer placeholders in question text
Part 12: Creating a question with different types of answers: Creating a question with different types of answers
Part 13: Creating truth table answer: Creating truth table answer
Part 14: Creating matrix mc answer: Creating matrix mc answer
Part 15: Working with randomquestionpool: working with randomquestionpool
Part 16: Different answer types in one single question: Different answer types in one single question
Part 17: Creating a question with audio content: How to add audio content in generic TeX problems
Part 18: Use Explanations: How to use explanations in generic TeX problems
Part 19: Creating a game: Have a look at our new wiki (under construction) to learn more about how to create a game within the generic framework:


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