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using mix question methods 1 year 17 hours ago #98461

  • Aman26
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Hi,

I am trying to develop this question but I am not even sure how to create it. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

The question is:

How old were you when you met your car accident?
1) Age: __
2) I don't remember
was it:
[1] under 17
[2] between 17 and 24
[3] between 25 and 34
[4] over 34
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using mix question methods 1 year 10 hours ago #98479

  • JEfromCanada
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If the intent of the second set of answers ([1] through [4]) will only be requested if the first question is answered as "I don't remember", then I would create question 1 as a short text question, with the answer being optional:


How old were you when you met your car accident [ ]


Then, you create the second question with a condition based on the first question not having been answered. That second question is a mandatory single choice list question, similar to:


Can you give us an idea of your approximate age at the time of the car accident?

0 Under age 17
0 Between 17 and 24
0 Between 25 and 34
0 Over age 34

(in my example above, the "0" character represents a radio button - where you can only select one answer)

Hope that helps.
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