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There are two levels at which one can set types of answers within a question. Either on question
level in which case the same inputtype is assumed for each answer field, or within each answer
environment separately. In this case one can have different types of answers within one question.
(see Different Answer Type)
Multiple choice tasks can also be wrapped by an answer environment in order to have MCtasks and
input fields in one question (see below).
Setting the type is done by the \type{...}
command, and the position of the command determines
how it works.
Example 1 (one type for all answers fields):
123456789101112 \begin{question}
\type{input.number} % set for all answers
\begin{answer}
...
\end{answer}
\begin{answer}
...
\end{answer}
\end{question}
Example 2 (possibly different types for each answer):
12345678910111213141516171819 \begin{question}
\type{input.generic} % optional
\begin{answer}
\type{input.number} % this answer has to be a number
...
\end{answer}
\begin{answer}
\type{input.function} % this answer is a function
...
\end{answer}
\begin{answer}
\type{mc.multiple} % this answer block consists of a MCquestion.
...
\end{answer}
\end{question}
In the second example, the command \type{input.generic}
can be omitted, but each answer
environment needs to have a \type{...}
command. It is not possible to set a specific type
on question level and just overwrite it for some answers.
More detailed information on MC questions can be found under the following link:
Multiple choice questions
Here is just an overview of the types:
Type  Preview 

mc.multiple example 

mc.unique example 

mc.yesno example 

mc.matrix example in WebMiau or the full article here 
More detailed information on input field questions can be found under the following link:
Overview input field questions
Here is just an overview of the types:
Type  Preview 

input.number more 

input.finitenumberset more By default only numbers (e.g. 1, 5, 1.2, 2/3) are accepted values for the user input. With the command \allowForInput the set of valid symbols for the input can be extended. That allows for example to ask for multiple of pi: \allowForInput{+  * / pi} . 

input.function Compare the user's answer numerically with the pregiven solution more 

input.cases.function Designed for case differentiations of e.g. absolute value functions. Note that you can only use this input type in an answer environment. more 

input.interval Details 

input.matrix If the solution to a question is a row vector, a column vector or a matrix, the generic problem is of the type input.matrix. example in WebMiau (cross product) Use checkAsFunction for comparing matrices with (multivariate) functions as matrix entries.example in WebMiau (Jacobian matrix) 

input.text examples in WebMiau or the full article here 

input.truthtable Details 
Updated by Michael Heimann, 5 days ago – f162fa8