The math engine can perform advanced operations such as the addition of Vectors, determinants of Matrices. The evaluation can recognize equivalent forms, consider a primitive example: if the expected answer is 2+4 and the student enters 3+3, this will grade as correctly. If the intention is for a more precise type of answer, then you need to use the "advanced options", or the "Literal" checking mode.
Vectors in component form can be entered with triangle brackets on the keyboard, e.g.
You can also create vector equations as answers, .e.g.
<1,2>+<2,3> = <3,5>
Or enter them symbolically with the full keypad as follows:
Vector questions can also be created in graphing mode, for example:
Draw the following vector:
In preview mode, the following is an example of an incorrect student answer:
While these are correct answers:
or at other coordinates:
You can also enter vector expressions like this:
and in preview an example with an incorrect response: