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I am trying to make a exam type class, and my output looks like this: enter image description here

When it should look like these: enter image description here

Besides, I cant make the math expressions bigger or look like the format I am using, how could I make both things happen? My code is:

\begin{document}
\begin{questions}
\question {\large Si $\large2n$ representa un número par y m un número impar, ¿Cuál de las siguientes opciones corresponde a un número par?}
\\
\begin{choices}
\choice $2n + m$
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\choice $2n - m$
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\choice $m - 2n + 2$
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\choice $10n + 3m$
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\choice $m - 1 + 2n$
\\
\end{choices}
\end{document}
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    Welcome to TSE. Please post a Minimal Working Document, instead of a code snippet. – José Carlos Santos Apr 15 at 5:25
  • The indentation of items in lists is defined different in different document classes, so it's necessary to know at least your document class in order to be able to give an educated answer. – barbara beeton Apr 15 at 17:53
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If I understand your question right, maybe the package \relsize will help you. With the command \mathlarger in math mode, the output gets bigger.

\begin{document}
\begin{questions}
\question {\large Si $\large2n$ representa un número par y m un número impar, ¿Cuál de las siguientes opciones corresponde a un número par?}
\\
\begin{choices}
\choice $\mathlarger{2n + m}$
\\
\choice $\mathlarger{2n - m}$
\\
\choice $\mathlarger{m - 2n + 2}$
\\
\choice $\mathlarger{10n + 3m}$
\\
\choice $\mathlarger{m - 1 + 2n}$
\\
\end{choices}
\end{document}
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