# Numeric questions (Feature #44)

**Description**

It will be very useful for arithmetic/mathematical questions if numeric answers can be coded as AMCcode does.

Question 1 How much is the square root of 3? Answer in the form of [s][A].[B][C][D]. s: [x]+ [ ]- A: [ ]0 [x]1 [ ]2 [ ]3 [ ]4 ..... [ ]9 B: [ ]0 [ ]1 [ ]2 [ ]3 [ ]4 ..... [ ]9 C: [ ]0 [ ]1 [ ]2 [x]3 [ ]4 ..... [ ]9 D: [ ]0 [ ]1 [x]2 [ ]3 [ ]4 ..... [ ]9

Question 2 Say decimal integer 123 in 8-bit binary. bit7 bit0 [x]0 [ ]0 [ ]0 ........... [ ]0 [ ]1 [x]1 [x]1 ........... [x]1

### History

#### Updated by Alexis Bienvenüe about 10 years ago

**Target version**set to*1.1.0*

#### Updated by Alexis Bienvenüe about 10 years ago

See resvision r1003 for a first implementation of LaTeX command `\AMCnumericChoices`

. See package documentation (automultiplechoice.pdf) for some details.

#### Updated by Alexis Bienvenüe about 10 years ago

From revision r1022, binary coding is also available, as in

\begin{questionmultx}{binary} \FPeval\VQa{trunc(100+random*20,0)} Write the decimal integer \VQa{} in binary notation. \AMCnumericChoices{\VQa}{sign=false,vertical=true,base=2,digits=8} \end{questionmultx}

Please test.

**Status**changed from*In Progress*to*Feedback*

#### Updated by Alexis Bienvenüe about 10 years ago

**Status**changed from*Feedback*to*Closed*