When authoring an exercise, it might be the case that you want to use the Euler e instead of the variable e, or that you want to use both next to each other in the exercise. Below, both options are explained:
Using the Euler e:
Go to the Symbols tab at the top of the exercise, and add e as a constant.
You can now author the question as you intended and use the textual e where ever you want to refer to the Euler e.
Using the Euler e and variable e in the same exercise:
Go to the Symbols tab at the top of the exercise, and add e as a multiple. Next, add two entries. One for constant, and one for variable. Give both entries a name. For example:
You can now author the question as you intended, except you have to use the names you just created to refer to the specific item. So you use eEul if you want to refer to the Euler e and eVar if you want to refer to the variable e.
The student can still write e to refer to both inputs, and AlgebraKiT will match which of the two e definitions is intended.
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