I was wondering if someone could explain this to me (see picture attachment). In words:
Two seemingly identical questions with identical example code, with the only difference being asking for the width or the height of the “5th box” - if it were to be added. In one instance the right answer lies within the predefined height of IMPLICITLY added rows (grid-auto-rows), in the other instance, the right answer lies within the predifined EXPLICITLY defined columns (grid-template-columns). There are nothing that seperate the way these questions are asked, which leads me to believe one would go about answering them both in the same way / based on the same theory. But alas. In one case, you’ll be correct to assume that the 5th box is implicitly added, while in the other - explicitly added. How come?
If you were to take one of these seemingly identical questions and then learn from what the right answer is, then you’d get the other one wrong. Is there something I have missed (perhaps something something about something being whatever as default), or is this just a minor mistake by the quiz-maker? and if so! - which question/answer should I draw knowledge from?