More on Calculated Questions


I was proud of this one. I also learned two things that might help others.

First, pow([base],[exponent]) instead of the carat key (^) is how you raise things to powers in Moodle. That was 20 minutes of my life . . .

Second, error tolerance “Nominal” uses absolute error and error tolerance “Relative” uses percentage error. That was only 5 minutes of my life . . .

The formula and wild card settings to make a balance after t deposits problem.
Being All Clever about the Variables
An image emphasizing using pow instead of the carat key.
Pow Instead of ^ for Reasons
An image showing that the formula for the answer generates the right answer.
An image showing the tolerance feature is working.
The Tolerance Feature is Working

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