# Math Question Types

We offer the interactive math components you need to cover the activities in a mathematics curriculum. Create custom exercises consisting of any number of these question types using our flexible authoring tool.

Use this question type for problems that require a step-by-step solution, such as solving equations, factoring or expanding expressions, differentiating, integrating, rewriting expressions, arithmetic, and more.

This is a very compact question type backed by AlgebraKiT‘s math engine. Ideal for questions that can be answered directly with a number or a mathematical expression.

Use this question type for dynamic geometry, coordinates and graphs. The Geometry & Graphs question type supports automatic evaluation based on author-defined criteria. It also allows you to create randomized questions.

A component for data analysis offering a broad range of statistical tools like filtering data, creating calculated columns, generating diagrams with extensive configuration options, etc. Even with this rich feature set, the Data Analysis component is simple to use so students can concentrate on the data.

The Math Table question type can be used for a wide variety of tables and is backed by AlgebraKiT‘s math engine. This means automatic evaluation, hints, and feedback are available for each cell.

Students can draw intervals on a number line. The question type supports automatic evaluation and randomization.

A question type for primary education. The procedure for solving a problem is very similar to solving it with pencil and paper, so children will find it easy to work with. AlgebraKiT records every digit entered by the student and supports the child with a progress indicator and feedback on mistakes. The solution process is configurable to your didactic requirements.

A smart notebook designed for story problems. The student can choose his own solution strategy. AlgebraKiT offers support with formative feedback and a progress indicator.

While all learning environments offer an open answer question type, most of them lack a formula editor to let the student enter mathematical expressions. That’s why we created the Open Math Answer question type.