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Question with multiple possible (and separate) correct answers

Question asked by Hao-Nhien Vu on Oct 4, 2019


I saw this question as last asked in 2016. I'm wondering if there's any new news.


Is it possible to create a question where some choices, say, A, B, are correct but others, say, C, D, are incorrect, and a student would get full credit for choosing any one of A or B?


Ex. Which is equal to 3?

A. 1+2
B. 5-2
C. 1+3
D. 5-3


This was last asked in 2016 and the answer back then was, no.