In particular, I find that students shy away from making a single string of equalities and want them to see as many examples of that as is reasonable.
I thought using a matching question would be good: provide the steps of the proof as the questions and the justifications as the answers, with some red herrings thrown in. I love the look of the question (see attached), but matching shuffles the questions and so the questions aren't in the right order for the proof.
Is there a way to shut the shuffling of? Like a parameter than can be set? I looked at the .pl file to see if I could make a copy and modify it specifically for my own purposes, but am not well versed in the language to figure that out.
(And, yes, I'm laid up with a broken ankle and I think working on Complex and WebWork are fun. Sorry for all the questions, but thanks for the help as always.)
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