Some math questions can be defined as a single mathematical task, such as solving an equation. More complex questions are defined through multiple, interdependent tasks. For such problems, you define a solution model, which identifies the tasks and how these are scored.
Examples of math exercises that have a solution model are:
- Complex mathematical procedures, such as finding the formula of the tangent to a graph.
- Story problems, where a real-world problem is decomposed into multiple mathematical steps.
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