[LON-CAPA-users] Significant digits in customresponse: "Submission not graded. Use more digits."
st.bisitz at ostfalia.de
Thu Mar 6 07:38:38 EST 2014
Thanks, using own feedback would be indeed a possibility. How do you
manage this? I am not aware that the rather old idea of a neutral return
code in custom response for own purposes has been implemented yet. Do
you use conditional hints?
Am 03.03.2014 19:18 schrieb Mills, Douglas G:
> Hi Stefan,
> I posed the same question about a year and a half ago ‹ not sure there was
> an answer for it though. For other reasons we ended up suppressing the
> automated responses and using our own, so for the sig fail simply tell the
> students to check their sig figs.
> Douglas Mills
> Director of Instructional Technologies
> Department of Chemistry
> University of Illinois
> dmills at illinois.edu
> (217) 244-5739
> On 3/3/14, 12:11 PM, "Stefan Bisitz" <st.bisitz at ostfalia.de> wrote:
>> How can I show feedback to students about not enough significant digits
>> in a customresponse problem?
>> The help suggests to use "SIG_FAIL" for an incorrect amount of
>> significant digits. However, using "SIG_FAIL" always shows:
>> "Submission not graded. Use fewer digits."
>> What can do to show:
>> "Submission not graded. Use more digits."
>> This feedback is automatically available for numericalresponse in
>> corresponding cases. Which return code or other setting is needed in
>> I vaguely remember discussions about this issue but cannot find them
>> right now in the mailing lists or bugzilla.
>> Anyway - any idea?
>> Stefan Bisitz
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