Hi:

I realize that, if one problem has parts (a)-(c), for example, that, if you set the number of attempts to 5, for instance, then the students has 5 attempts to answers all parts at once.

Is there a way to set up a single problem so that students will have 5 attempts to do part (a), then 5 attempts for part (b), and 5 for part (c), individually?

Thanks,

-Bentley Garrett