Quizzing Conundrum

Oct 15, 2015

Hi Heroes, I have a designer who enjoys watching my blood pressure rise. I must admit that I DO love a challenge, and I'm the guy who always says: "If you can dream it, I can build it!" so I guess I have to take my lumps for being "that guy."

Here's the problem, I have a quiz question that is a fill-in-the-blank with three blanks and six acceptable answers. Yes, the question is: Name three US states that have this exception:" and the acceptable answers are: FL, GA, LA, TN, WA, NY

So, I already know how to do a multiple blank fill question, but I don't know how to set the conditions to analyze their answer and determine if they indeed put three different acceptable answers in the three blanks. Head scratcher, right?!!?!

 I've added a screen shot to help you understand, and maybe you can help me find a way for me to make the magic happen. Thanks in advance!!! ACE

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