Is this possible? Random # Generator for Addition Problems with Answers
I am *trying* to create a diagnostic assessment in which learners are given a basic addition problem they have to answer. Based on that answer they either "move up" or "move down" in difficulty, with a final amount of correct or incorrect answers telling the teacher where the student is in terms of understanding a specific addition concept.
To make development easier I used random # variables and triggers to generate two random #s - one for the top # and one for the bottom # - for the addition problems.
The problem I'm running into is that anything a user puts in is counted as correct if it's between #s 1-10. That makes sense because in the "acceptable numeric values" spot in Question Bank Form View I put "Value is Between 1 and 10" and "Answer is correct if Any of the above is true". Obviously that doesn't work because users can answer that 3+2=6 and get a "That's correct!" response since that answer, 6, is between 1-10.
My question is: How do I set up correct answers for random-#-generated addition problems? Is this even possible if the #s are always random?
Thanks for any insight!