Maple T.A. True or False Question
Using the true or false question type, you can create a question with a statement from which the student must identify as true or false. For information on creating questions, making assignments, and exporting Maple T.A. course modules, see
Overview of Maple T.A. Integration
Algorithmic variables can be used to create questions that contain randomly generated parameters. You can refer to algorithmic variables in the Question, Hints, and Feedback input regions, as well as in other variable definitions. To reference an algorithmic variable, include "`$variable`" as text or 2-D Math, for example, x:=`$myvariable`. Adding algorithmic variables to the question is optional.
In the following execution group, define an algorithmic variable. To include more variables, add more execution groups. If your assignment contains more than one algorithmic variable, ensure the variable names are unique.
||variable := expression;
The question can contain text, 2-D Math, plots, images, and algorithmic variables. To insert a plot in the question, use the
Enter the full contents of the question in the following text region.
Replace this text with the question content.
Select the check box beside the correct response.
A question can offer hints to students when requested. Hints can contain text, 2-D Math, and algorithmic variables. Adding hints to the question is optional.
Enter your hints in the following table. You can provide up to three hints.
Replace this text with hint 1.
Replace this text with hint 2.
Replace this text with hint 3.
A question can display feedback when the student provides the incorrect response. The feedback can contain text, 2-D Math, and algorithmic variables. The feedback can also refer to `$RESPONSE` (the student response) and `$ANSWER`(the correct answer). Adding feedback to the question is optional.
In the following text region, enter the feedback to an incorrect response.
Replace this text with feedback.