## Video Guide

Create a Numerical Input Problem (YouTube 2m 25s)

Warning: Prior to adding or editing content in your course you will need to access Studio view. Refer to the Change from Student View to Staff Editing (Studio) View guide for further instructions.

## Create Problem

Note: For complex mathematical inputs, click on the Problem button, selected the Advanced tab then select Math Expression Input.

1. In your unit, click on the Problem button.

1. Click on Numerical Input.

1. Click on Edit.

1. Delete the first line of text.

1. Replace the text between the greater-than and lesser-than signs with your own question e.g. >> What is the value of pi to 2 decimal places?<<
2. Optionally, after the double vertical bar, enter a tip or note to the question.

Note: The tip or note must be entered between the greater-than and lesser-than signs.

1. Optionally, you can add +- and a number or percentage after the answer to allow students to be correct within a range. For example:
• +- 0.1 means the answer can be correct for 0.1 above or below the answer.

• +- 2% means the answer can be correct for 2% above or below the answer.

1. Alternatively, you can enable it so students can provide one of a multitude of different answers e.g. = [3.14, 3.15]

Note: The answer ranges must be entered after the equal sign and the different answer options must be between square brackets.

Warning: You cannot combine range and series of answers into the answer.

## Settings

1. Click on Settings.

1. Enter the question in the Display Name textbox.
2. Ensure the textbox for Maximum Attempts is blank.