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This educational resource is intended for you to acquire skills in practical mathematics, as well as for the development of mathematical abilities in you and your children.
" When you have mastered numbers, you will in fact no longer be reading numbers, any more than you read words when reading books You will be reading meanings"
~W. E. B. Du Bois
- increased knowledge in mathematics
- gaining practical experience in solving mathematical tasks
- increasing the speed and quality of logical and mathematical thinking
- development of memory, mindfulness and concentration
Using this resource you can:
- gain basic knowledge of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
- learn the multiplication table with practical exercises
- learn operations with integer, decimal and fractional numbers
- master the methods of solving equations
- get hands-on spelling
The site provides the following features:
- creation of tasks of any complexity
- printing worksheets of any size
- solving and fixing results online
- built-in check and display of answers by link or QR code
- two modes on a computer and on a mobile device
The ability to think rationally needs to be developed and consolidated, it is easier to do with us!
Creating worksheets of mathematical examples with a division operation, that can contain the remainder of the division. The answers and numbers of a example are integer and positive. Total 1 variant and 3 levels of complexity.
Creates worksheets with English infinitives where some words are missing. Missing verbs must be completed. Only 3 options and 3 difficulty levels.
Step-by-step division task for each day. Develops the ability to solve examples with the division operation.
Create worksheets of mathematical examples with addition and subtraction. The numbers of a example can be decimal. The answers are always positive. Total 3 variants and 4 levels of complexity.
Create worksheets of quadratic equations. The numbers of a equation are integers. The variables can be negative. Total 3 variants and 3 levels of complexity.
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