Here is the question. You can import it and see how it works. To load you own app you will need to upload it to geogebra and then find the material id.
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Template for embedding geogebra (simple version)

RE: Clipping of Fractions when generating MathML Multiple Choice Interval Notation questions
You can try using latex instead.
In the algorithm section write
$ansmathml1 = "\left(\infty, \dfrac{1}{6}\right]"; $ansmathml2 = "\left(\infty, \dfrac{1}{6}\right)";
Then in the answer boxes put for example
\( $ansmathml1 \)
Here is the result.

RE: Clipping of Fractions when generating MathML Multiple Choice Interval Notation questions
@EntilzaV Sorry. I can't get this url to work. Could you try again please?

RE: Clipping of Fractions when generating MathML Multiple Choice Interval Notation questions
You should be able to drag a file into the editor window and it should then place a hyperlink to the file in the post. You may need to wait a few seconds if it is a large file. You could also try using https://www.file.io/ or equivalent service and pasting a link here.

RE: Clipping of Fractions when generating MathML Multiple Choice Interval Notation questions
Can you export the question and post it so I can see if I can replicate you issue?

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RE: Clipping of Fractions when generating MathML Multiple Choice Interval Notation questions
Have you tried the built in Maple MathML generator? If you maple expression is stored in $expr then try this.
$expr="sin(x)/x"; #exprD=maple("printf(MathML[ExportPresentation]($expr))");

Generating latex from expressions
Maple has a latex function that can generate latex from a maple expression. This feature can be very useful in Maple T.A..
To generate latex from your expression you can use the following code in your algorithm section.
$expr=maple("printf(latex(sin(x)/x^2, output = string))");
This results in
To use the latex in your question text you need to wrap it in the latex delimiters.
What is the differential of \( $expr \) ?
The result will be

RE: 'Wildcard' in Grading Code
@Metahofzicht I've added a few cases.
You should receive
 1.0 for H[m]*sqrt(3)/4*a^2*L*rho or where sqrt(3)/4*a^2 has been replaced by A
 0.5 if you answer H[m]*a^2*L*rho 0.5 if you answer H[m]*C*a^2*L*rho, where C is any constant (you could set this to give the grade 0.25)
 0 otherwise
I used this algorithm, where I've defined the grading code. Note I have different cases for C=1 and C= any other constant.
$TA = "H[m]*sqrt(3)/4*a^2*L*rho"; $TApartial1="H[m]*a^2*L*rho"; $subslist = "A=sqrt(3)/4*a^2"; #define grading code function $gc=maple(" proc(TA,TApartial1,subslist,RESPONSE) if evalb(simplify(algsubs(subslist,RESPONSE) = TA)) then 1.0; elif evalb(simplify(algsubs(subslist,RESPONSE) = TApartial1)) then 0.5; elif evalb(simplify(RESPONSE = 0)) then 0.0; elif type(simplify(algsubs(subslist,RESPONSE)/TApartial1),constant) then 0.25; else 0; end if ;end proc; ");
And the I have used a Maplegraded question with Maplesyntax and the following grading code.
$gc($TA,$TApartial1,$subslist,$RESPONSE)
Here is the Maple T.A. question Partgradfactorexample2.zip

RE: 'Wildcard' in Grading Code
@Metahofzicht Is this for a different question? Is this another example of partial expression grading?