Terminology: Question

A question is a subpart of an exercise. If an exercises contains multiple questions, then these will be labeled as a, b, c, etc. If an exercise has only one single question, then the label is not shown.

Icons to recognize questions

In case of a single question, the question is indicated with the edit icon in the tab at the left of the screen.

In case of multiple questions in an exercise, the questions are indicated with the letters a-z in alphabetical order. Default AlgebraKiT behavior is to also show these indicators to a student when making the exercise. They are used as subpart indicators of the exercise. These are customer specific settings, for more information contact your AlgebraKiT contact.

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A question contains an instruction and one or more interactions.

Inserting an instruction

The question content is constructed as a vertical sequence of blocks. Each block can be a text block or an interaction block. It is also possible to insert some math interactions within a text sentence. These are called inline interactions. See Inserting an inline interaction in the question text editor for more information.

You can insert mathematical formulas using the f(x) button in the editor menu.

The question text-editor also offers functionality for inserting interactions.

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Inserting an interaction

You can add an interaction to your question either inline (supported for some interaction types) or as a block element.

Inserting a block interaction
To insert a block interaction, click the plus icon and select Interaction
Choose the interaction you want to insert as block interaction
The interaction is now inserted as block interaction

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Inserting an inline interaction
Click Insert at the top right of the text-editor
Select the interaction you want to insert as inline interaction
The interaction is now inserted as inline interaction

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Note

An interaction can only be used once. In case the interaction is already used in your question, the interaction is greyed out in the selection menus.

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