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I am just wondering if this topic has been revisited.  I would like to automatically award badges according to a student's percentage.  Thanks, Matney Jorgensen
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I apologize for the screenshots above that did not load.  I have included them here.  Please let me know if you have any questions.
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Thank you!
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I do not use that specific notation ($eval(1-1,#)), please see the notation below. I am using a starting number and then using the eval function to step incrementally up to create a linear or nonli...
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Thanks Brian.  The course ID is 108978242 and it is happening in multiple activities, but here is one example: 9d81d81227d24c0eae87538b57e2a8ab. Thanks, Matney
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Here is the student side: Here is the editor:
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Thank you for your response.  When I referred to the "backend" I was referring to the editor.  We would like additional teachers to be able to look at the editor and view settings without having th...
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List of current course badges in the course settings: What a current student is seeing as awarded badges: The badges labeled "Orientation" and "First Assignment" were removed before the student wa...
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Bruce, Thank you for your help!  I was not aware that the eval function was not supported as an answer type.  I appreciate your examples and will fix the questions that are not working! Matney
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Here is the code: Type: FOptions: ShowCorrectObjectives: 4.2Var: a = 1..10Var: b = 1..1011) [HTML]<span style="font-size: 14px;">Solve the following inequality: `$a$+x>$b$`. Enter the resulting ine...