Is there a way to get a super or subscript in a multiple choice quiz answer?
Hi Donna Bohn,
You can get super and sub script in a multiple choice answer and other text transformations, by clicking the edit (pencil) on the answer to pull up the familiar Rich Content Editor. It's located next to the trashcan used to delete an answer.
I've even put in large code chunks into an answer or tables. Yep, super handy.
Cheers - Shar
How can students use super and subscripts in their answers to multiple
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Nicolet High School
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On Tue, Nov 13, 2018 at 1:41 PM Sharmaine Regisford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Oh!! Now I understand the problem is with fill-in-the blank.
Yeah I don't see a way to edit using the Rich content editor in both setting up the answers and answering as a student.
The way around that is to make it an essay question, but then you'll have to manually grade it.
So I guess prompt students with using ^ for superscript in their response.
Alas - Shar
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