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Question type for Moodle - for numeric questions with variable and expression evaluation. All values are precalculated although a question can have several variants with different variable values for each variant.
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Variable Numeric Sets question type Question type for Moodle - for numeric questions with variable and expression evaluation. All values are precalculated although a question can have several variants with different variable values for each variant. The question type was created by Jamie Pratt (http://jamiep.org/) for the Open University (http://www.open.ac.uk/). This question type is compatible with Moodle 2.3+. To install using git, type this command in the root of your Moodle install: git clone git://github.com/moodleou/moodle-qtype_varnumericset.git question/type/varnumericset Then add question/type/varnumericset to your git ignore. Alternatively, download the zip from https://github.com/moodleou/moodle-qtype_varnumericset/zipball/master unzip it into the question/type folder, and then rename the new folder to varnumericset. You may want to install Tim's stripped down tinymce editor that only allows the use of superscript and subscript see (https://github.com/moodleou/moodle-editor_supsub). To install this editor using git, type this command in the root of your Moodle install: git clone git://github.com/moodleou/moodle-editor_supsub.git lib/editor/supsub Then add lib/editor/supsub to your git ignore. If the editor is not installed the question type can still be used but if it is installed when you make a question that requires scientific notation then this editor will be shown and a student can either enter an answer with the notation 1x10^5 where the ^5 is expressed with super script.