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So I am creating a maths game, I've started the simple functions etc however when coming to providing the user with a correct and incorrect screen I've become confused.

The user will be provided with a equation which they have to create a diagram to equal that equation. So where I'm stuck is how will the game know what is correct, because the diagram is obviously going to be snap particles which can be inserted....

Help would be appreciated

What I have tried:

Haven't started coding on the problem above, been jotting down notes on how to get around this. This is my first time coding such a project
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Updated 27-Nov-19 23:20pm

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Please don't repost the same question - five days ago you posted the same thing: C# maths game (unity)[^] which shows that you have done nothing in the meantime to even try to get started.

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Member 13925784 28-Nov-19 4:22am
   
Didn't mean to just get the answers, just wanted a push in the right direction i guess.

So basically I've assigned the diagram particles as 2d objects in order for the users to be able to create the diagram. But now I am thinking how will I be able to let the users know their answer is correct. Because the questions will be submitted whenever, so they aren't all the same.

(sorry new to this site)

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