Hi,

I am trying to resolve a problem with moodle formulas but I cannot

I want to answer this by example:

```
if 5 <k <10 then the result to find is a character string in "algebraic mode".
Is it possible ?
Thank you.
Noel
```

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Hi,

I am trying to resolve a problem with moodle formulas but I cannot

I want to answer this by example:

```
if 5 <k <10 then the result to find is a character string in "algebraic mode".
Is it possible ?
Thank you.
Noel
```

Bonjour Noel,

It seems possible to me, but it would be easier to answer your question if you could give a more specific example of your problem.

It seems possible to me, but it would be easier to answer your question if you could give a more specific example of your problem.

Hi Dominique.

T and tau have been calculated before in a problem treated with formulas. I want to calculate T / tau and depending on the result ask the students for a string of characters (TOR, P, PI, PID, retc ..) as in the table.

Then depending on the result of the choice they have made, give me the numerical value calculated as in the table below

Best regards.

Noel

T and tau have been calculated before in a problem treated with formulas. I want to calculate T / tau and depending on the result ask the students for a string of characters (TOR, P, PI, PID, retc ..) as in the table.

Then depending on the result of the choice they have made, give me the numerical value calculated as in the table below

Best regards.

Noel

Noel,

Is this what you want :

1. Calculate T

2. Calculate tau

3. Calculate T / tau

4. Multiple choice select from {TOR, P, PI, PID, Limite du PID}

OR

Enter, in an answer box, "TOR", "P", "PI", "PID" or "Limite_du_PID"

5. Calculate Gr

6. Calculate Ti

7. Calculate Td

Questions:

- At step 4., do you want students to select the answer from a multiple choice list or to write the answer in an answer box?

- For T/tau > 20 and T/tau < 2, are there steps 5., 6. and 7.? If not, how do you balance the marks for students who have these steps and those who don't?

Is this what you want :

1. Calculate T

2. Calculate tau

3. Calculate T / tau

4. Multiple choice select from {TOR, P, PI, PID, Limite du PID}

OR

Enter, in an answer box, "TOR", "P", "PI", "PID" or "Limite_du_PID"

5. Calculate Gr

6. Calculate Ti

7. Calculate Td

Questions:

- At step 4., do you want students to select the answer from a multiple choice list or to write the answer in an answer box?

- For T/tau > 20 and T/tau < 2, are there steps 5., 6. and 7.? If not, how do you balance the marks for students who have these steps and those who don't?

Hi and thanks Dominique

I achieved something that partially meets my goals but it took me 2 questions and not just 1 as I thought at the beginning.

I will find it more interesting to start with a MCQ than to ask the students to write the answers with the risks of errors (lowercase, uppercase) that this entails.

I did several tests with the MCE format but I did not manage to make my quiz work

Do you have any idea to improve my quiz in this direction

Best regards

Noel

Hi Dominique

I would prefer that students select the answer from a multiple choice list.

For T/tau > 20 and T/tau < 2, there are steps 5., 6. and 7.

Noel

I would prefer that students select the answer from a multiple choice list.

For T/tau > 20 and T/tau < 2, there are steps 5., 6. and 7.

Noel

Bonjour Noel,

You will find the answers to your questions in the attached file. For the multiple choice question, all you have to do is define the index that is used to validate the student's answer.

You will find the answers to your questions in the attached file. For the multiple choice question, all you have to do is define the index that is used to validate the student's answer.

Bonjour et merci beaucoup Dominique.

It was what I thought to do.

Do you have any other tips to liven up formula quizzes without going through the HTML code?

How, for example, to have a self-adaptation of the size of the response zones according to the size of the responses? I only found HTML programming and doing this for each question is a bit long.

Again, thank you for keeping this plugin updated, which seems full of resources that I unfortunately cannot all explore

Best regards.

Noel

It was what I thought to do.

Do you have any other tips to liven up formula quizzes without going through the HTML code?

How, for example, to have a self-adaptation of the size of the response zones according to the size of the responses? I only found HTML programming and doing this for each question is a bit long.

Again, thank you for keeping this plugin updated, which seems full of resources that I unfortunately cannot all explore

Best regards.

Noel