Fill in the Blanks

This is a compact question type for single-step questions. Algebrakit’s Didactical Math Engine automatically evaluates math expressions input by students.

Example: Intervals

A simple question involving three input elements.

Example: Input inside formulas

Fill in the Blanks also supports editing within mathematical formulas, like the input field under the square root.

Example: Flexible order of answers

Sometimes, you can write answers in different input fields. In this example, you can swap answers 2 and 3, and the answer will still be correct. This situation often happens in mathematics and is correctly handled by Algebrakit’s Fill in the Blanks question type.