I have a quiz question that requires students to fill in multiple blanks. There are 4 correct answers, however, the answers can be filled into any of the blanks. Is there a way to set the question so that all blanks have same set of possible answers, but no two blanks have the same answer?
Name 4 different types of fruit based on data...
1. [BLANK 1]
2. [BLANK 2]
3. [BLANK 3]
4. [BLANK 4]
For [BLANK 1, 2, 3, 4] possible answers are....
apple, banana, grapes, or blueberry
HOWEVER, if [BLANK 1] = apple, then [Blank 2] cannot = apple