The isSimplified method checks if a value is in its most simplified version. isSimplified does not take any value and is generally used as a supporting method in conjunction with equivSymbolic.
Allow decimal marks Authors can specify what separators can be used by the student. From the Thousand Separator drop-down menu you can select dot, comma, and/or space. The Decimal Separator menu contains the option for either a dot or a comma. Note that the specified thousand separator and decimal separator cannot be the same, e.g. both dot.
Inverse result Enabling this means that the value specified in the Value field will not be accepted as the correct answer. It is a useful way of excluding very specific answers from validation.
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