I am new to this forum, so apologize if this has been addressed before. I would like to use the Calculated Formula question type so that students can work problems that are quantitatively different than their "neighbor." However, many of the questions I want to ask have multiple parts, all based on the same set of variables. Is there a way to first give information about the set of questions, including the quantitative variables, and then ask a series of calculated formula questions, each with its own calculated answer?
Thanks for your help!
No, you cannot share the same set of generated variables between multiple calculated formula questions.
I came looking for this same thing. It's a pretty strong limitation in BbL that it can't do this. Alternately, can a calculated formula question have multiple answers? For instance, when asking students to calculate a confidence interval the answer is actually two numbers.
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