How can I fix this? Students have to enter a value for input29B. Input29C needs to be less than input29B. This is what I put into CL for input29C. However, I am getting a syntax error where it got OTHERWISE but expected IDENTIFIER.

checkValue = when numericValue(input29B) > numericValue(input29C) correct = checkValue correct: correct

I was able to get this to work. correct: input29C.numericValue<input29B.numericValue

What I need now is how do I code it so that the absolute value of input29C is greater than the absolute value of input29B?

Hello!

You can write just about any function you want and evaluate it using the student’s input. Here,

abs = simpleFunction(`\abs(x)`) eval1 = abs.evaluateAt(input29B.numericValue) eval2 = abs.evaluateAt(input29C.numericValue)

should do the trick

WOOHOO! I love it! Thanks a lot!!!