I’m trying some things now. One issue you had was "student input: " typed before the function. Another was readOnly: true was supposed to be in the input not the graph. You don’t won’t a readOnly and correct sink in the same component. readOnly just overrides it and it won’t check anything.
You shouldn’t have anything typed before “function” when you’re creating function(`f`).
This is exactly what I was trying to do thank you so much. May I pick your brain a little more please? I have added a few more slides. I have where it gives students feedback (this was the review) I am going to remove this component. I can’t figure out on slide 2 and three how to mark it as correct when there are multiple components and how to incorporate the check to assign point values because there is more than one component. I am wanting to assign 0.5 points for each part so a total of 2 points for slide 2 and 3. I also could not figure out how have the check mark for the card sort and assign 3 points for getting it all correct and 0 if not correct.
First, another note on the one I shared. For some reason the initalLatex was not allowing the check to work, so that’s why it’s gone.
To get a dashboard checkmark for a screen with multiple components, you need a correct: sink in each one.
Having “input.submitted” for your first question won’t work because it doesn’t have a submit button. The submit button is from the last component, so “input2.submitted”.
For the points, I would change your checks to equal 0.5 when correct instead of 1, then you can use that value for points a well. I personally prefer to do any correctness checking inside that component, then use that variable for any feedback or whatever elsewhere. So, for your first input (not the note) on slide 2:
check=when numericValue(myPair.x)=-4 and numericValue(myPair.y)=-3 0.5
Then in your note for input:
content: when not(input2.submitted) ""
when input.script.check=0.5 "Great job!"
otherwise "Check your work to see if you can find your mistake."