\documentclass[theme=sleek]{webquiz}
\BreadCrumbs{WebQuiz Themes | quizindex| breadcrumb}\BreadCrumb{sleek}
\title{..................................the sleek theme}
\begin{document}
\begin{question} % a quiz question
Which of the following integers are prime?
% multiple (0 or more) correct answers rendered in two columns
\begin{choice}[multiple, columns=3]
\correct $17$ \feedback Yes, the only divisors of $17$ are $1$ and $17$
\incorrect $12$ \feedback No, $12 = 3\times 4$
\incorrect $27$ \feedback No, $27=3^3$
\incorrect $91$ \feedback No, $91 = 3\times 17$
\incorrect $0$ \feedback Prime numbers are non-zero
\incorrect $1$ \feedback One is not a prime number because it is invertible
\correct $97$ \feedback Yes, the only divisors of $97$ are $1$ and $97$
\end{choice}
\end{question}
\begin{question} % a quiz question
Which of the following integers are prime?
% multiple (0 or more) correct answers rendered in two columns
\begin{choice}[multiple, columns=3]
\correct $17$ \feedback Yes, the only divisors of $17$ are $1$ and $17$
\incorrect $12$ \feedback No, $12 = 3\times 4$
\incorrect $27$ \feedback No, $27=3^3$
\incorrect $91$ \feedback No, $91 = 3\times 17$
\incorrect $0$ \feedback Prime numbers are non-zero
\incorrect $1$ \feedback One is not a prime number because it is invertible
\correct $97$ \feedback Yes, the only divisors of $97$ are $1$ and $97$
\end{choice}
\end{question}
\begin{question} % a quiz question
Which of the following integers are prime?
% multiple (0 or more) correct answers rendered in two columns
\begin{choice}[multiple, columns=3]
\correct $17$ \feedback Yes, the only divisors of $17$ are $1$ and $17$
\incorrect $12$ \feedback No, $12 = 3\times 4$
\incorrect $27$ \feedback No, $27=3^3$
\incorrect $91$ \feedback No, $91 = 3\times 17$
\incorrect $0$ \feedback Prime numbers are non-zero
\incorrect $1$ \feedback One is not a prime number because it is invertible
\correct $97$ \feedback Yes, the only divisors of $97$ are $1$ and $97$
\end{choice}
\end{question}
\begin{question} % a quiz question
Which of the following integers are prime?
% multiple (0 or more) correct answers rendered in two columns
\begin{choice}[multiple, columns=3]
\correct $17$ \feedback Yes, the only divisors of $17$ are $1$ and $17$
\incorrect $12$ \feedback No, $12 = 3\times 4$
\incorrect $27$ \feedback No, $27=3^3$
\incorrect $91$ \feedback No, $91 = 3\times 17$
\incorrect $0$ \feedback Prime numbers are non-zero
\incorrect $1$ \feedback One is not a prime number because it is invertible
\correct $97$ \feedback Yes, the only divisors of $97$ are $1$ and $97$
\end{choice}
\end{question}
\begin{question} % a quiz question
Which of the following integers are prime?
% multiple (0 or more) correct answers rendered in two columns
\begin{choice}[multiple, columns=3]
\correct $17$ \feedback Yes, the only divisors of $17$ are $1$ and $17$
\incorrect $12$ \feedback No, $12 = 3\times 4$
\incorrect $27$ \feedback No, $27=3^3$
\incorrect $91$ \feedback No, $91 = 3\times 17$
\incorrect $0$ \feedback Prime numbers are non-zero
\incorrect $1$ \feedback One is not a prime number because it is invertible
\correct $97$ \feedback Yes, the only divisors of $97$ are $1$ and $97$
\end{choice}
\end{question}
\begin{question} % a quiz question
Which of the following integers are prime?
% multiple (0 or more) correct answers rendered in two columns
\begin{choice}[multiple, columns=3]
\correct $17$ \feedback Yes, the only divisors of $17$ are $1$ and $17$
\incorrect $12$ \feedback No, $12 = 3\times 4$
\incorrect $27$ \feedback No, $27=3^3$
\incorrect $91$ \feedback No, $91 = 3\times 17$
\incorrect $0$ \feedback Prime numbers are non-zero
\incorrect $1$ \feedback One is not a prime number because it is invertible
\correct $97$ \feedback Yes, the only divisors of $97$ are $1$ and $97$
\end{choice}
\end{question}
\end{document}