A Mathematics professor has realized that on multiple choice calculated questions there is no way to set the wildcards to be shown by significant figures instead of by decimal places. He is actually teaching about how the significant figures should be used, and this makes the question itself not compliant with how should be used when using wildcard with decimals.
For example, if you set a wildcard to be between 10 and 99 with 1 decimal trying to make them have 3 significant figures a 1/10 of them will be integers so they will be shown with 2 significant figures.
The only way I've found to fix this has been to manually edit those integer values of the wildcard dataset and change them (20 --> 20.1), so my question is: is there another way to avoid this happening?
And, a bigger one: shouldn't it be a functionality to choose between significant figures and decimal places on wildcards the way it is on answers?