mathfacts-in-a-flash

How Students Answer Questions

How students answer questions depends on both the

This table shows how students answer questions:

Hardware/Program Being Used Question Type Preference Settings What Students Use to Answer Questions
MathFacts in a Flash RP
and
Renaissance Home Connect
Multiple Choice Mouse

Arrow keys

Tap (tablet)
Multiple Choice Shortcut Keys Shortcut keys (default keys are A, S, D; can be defined in the Question Type preference)

Arrow keys

Mouse
Free Response (for levels that can use Free Response) Keyboard
Free Response (for levels that can’t use Free Response) Mouse

Arrow keys

Shortcut keys (default: A, S, D)

Tap (tablet)
NEO 2, using the MathFacts in a Flash RP Smart Applet* Multiple Choice Arrow Keys
Multiple Choice Shortcut Keys Shortcut keys (default: A, S, D)

Arrow keys
Free Response (for levels that can use Free Response) Keyboard
Free Response (for levels that can’t use Free Response) Arrow keys
NEO 2 using the MathFacts in a Flash (offline) Smart Applet* No effect Arrow keys
Renaissance Responder doing Offline work
(includes work done on RES-0001 Responders, RESP Responders using firmware version 4.01, and RESP Responders using MathFacts in a Flash Offline)*
No effect Letter keys (A, B, C, D, E) on the Responder
Renaissance Responder doing Online work
(includes work done on RESP Responders using firmware version 4.03 and above and MathFacts in a Flash Renaissance Place)*
Multiple Choice Letter keys (A, B, C, D, E) on the Responder
Multiple Choice Shortcut Keys Letter keys (A, B, C, D, E) on the Responder
Free Response (for levels that can use Free Response) Use the number keys.

To enter the /, press the +/- key.

To enter the % symbol, press the E key.

To enter a decimal point, press the . key.
Free Response (for levels that can't use Free Response) Letter keys (A, B, C, D, E) on the Responder

* Renaissance Responders and NEO 2 will no longer be supported after future software updates.