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Re: [Phptest-users] correct answer?

From: Kathleen A . Ferraro
Subject: Re: [Phptest-users] correct answer?
Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2003 21:31:40 -0500


I don't have any similar questions to test this on, but if this were my site, I would want to look at how the greater than sign was being represented; i.e., with the > symbol or the html entity > and then at how phptest was making the comparison.



On Thursday, February 27, 2003, at 08:10 PM, Donald wrote:

At the high school where I setup Phptest I am having a problem with one exam. It is a math exam that one of our teachers placed on line. The correct answer is (x>-5). When the student selects this answer they are informed that they did not get the right answer that the correct answer is (x>-5). Has anyone experienced this problem, and is there a fix for it. Seems I am having problems with similar math problems.


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