[LON-CAPA-users] Numerical Input with no correct answer

Todd Ruskell lon-capa-users@mail.lon-capa.org
Tue, 28 Oct 2003 09:51:45 -0600 (MDT)


Thanks for the reply.  Is there a parameter one can set in the <numerical
response> so that the default is to NOT display correct/incorrect and the
"answer"?  Or can that only be done in the course "PARMS" section (or the
RAT) after including the resource?


On Tue, 28 Oct 2003, Guy Albertelli II wrote:

> Hi Todd,
> > I'm trying to put together a problem where a student enters a parameter
> > x, which was a value obtained in a lab, and then use that value to
> > calculate some function y(x).
> >
> > My problem is I haven't yet come up with a way for *any* value of x to
> > be acceptable.  The best I've come up with is to let the answer be some
> > huge number with 100% tolerance.  Is there a better way to do this other
> > than with the numerical response code here?
> Currently that is probably the best way for now. (Id' go with an
> answer of zero and a large absolute tolerance, but ...)
> There is a half finished response type <dataresponse> which might have
> been more approriate, but the numerical response seems to work good
> enough.
> --
> guy@albertelli.com  LON-CAPA Developer  0-7-5-5-
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