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newone2016
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### examdesign numbering true/false question

Hi everybody,
I am trying to preparing exam includes matching, true/false nad multiple choice parts.
I want to give number for true/false question because I will give students separate bubble sheet for answers. I have tried to modify examdesign class, I solved for matching question but true/false question can not take any number.
What can I do for it?

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Johannes_B
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I am sorry, but i don't even understand what you are trying to achieve. Please post a minimal working example (including the changes you have made) and ask google to translate your problem.
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newone2016
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Here is a sample exam. I need a numbering (1,2,3 ..) for each matching and True/False question. Multiple choice question are numbered by examdesign class automatically. But matching and true/false do not take any numbers like multiple choice questions.

\documentclass[9pt]{examdesign}\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}\usepackage{amsmath}\usepackage{graphicx}\Fullpages\NumberOfVersions{5} \begin{document}\sffamily \begin{examtop}EXAM \Alph{version}\end{examtop}\bigskip \begin{matching}[title={Matching},suppressprefix,resetcounter] \pair{A}{AA}\pair{B}{BB}\pair{C}{CC} \end{matching} \begin{truefalse}[title={True/False},suppressprefix]Lütfen cevap kağıdına Doğru ise D'' yanlış ise Y'' yazınız.\begin{question}   \answer{True} For purposes of evaluating the credibility of a source, a   statement is less credible if the statement maker knows that his or her   reputation is at risk.\end{question} \begin{question}   \answer{True} A deductively valid argument can have true premises and a true   conclusion.\end{question} \begin{question}   \answer{True} A proposition and its double negation are logically equivalent.\end{question}   \end{truefalse} \begin{multiplechoice}[title={Multiple choice},suppressprefix]\begin{question}How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?\choice{A lot.}\choice{More than most.}\choice{Exactly $\pi$ cords.}\choice[!]{It depends on the nature of the woodchuck.}\end{question} \begin{question}How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?\choice{A lot.}\choice{More than most.}\choice{Exactly $\pi$ cords.}\choice[!]{It depends on the nature of the woodchuck.}\end{question} \end{multiplechoice} \end{document}

dgreen
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I just use multiple choice and supply choices True and False so I get numbering.

Do you have a solution to the matching environment that is (or can be) shared?

ecoute
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dgreen wrote:I just use multiple choice and supply choices True and False so I get numbering.

Do you have a solution to the matching environment that is (or can be) shared?

Hi dgreen, just using those are a bit limited though in what you can do.
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