MathSlate is an electronic flash card for the practice of elementary math skills. Pressing the Next Problem button will display a random problem. Pressing ...
MathSlate is an electronic flash card for the practice of elementary math skills. Pressing the Next Problem button will display a random problem. Pressing the Show Answer button will then display the correct answer. After a problem is displayed, you have the option of drawing the answer on the screen with a finger. Double tapping the screen will clear the handwritten answer as will pressing the Show Answer or Next Problem buttons. - Choose addition only, subtraction only or a random mix of both. - Limit the highest number used to 5, 10, 20 or 100. (Subtraction answers will always be positive or zero.) - Choose multiplication only, division only or a random mix of both. - Limit the maximum numbers used to 5, 10 or 12. (Division, the answers will always be whole numbers.) Times Table Mode offers focused practice on learning times tables. When in this mode, a fixed multiplier can be chosen from 1 to 10. You can then choose to cycle through multiplicands, in order, from 1 to 10 to practice "counting by" the chosen multiplier. You can also choose to have random multiplicands displayed. The preferences page also allows you a choice of five different fonts, five font colors and a choice of background color including an inverted â€œblackboardâ€ mode. In portrait orientation, and when rotated left in landscape mode, MathSlate presents problems in the standard â€œstackedâ€ elementary way. When rotated right into landscape mode, MathSlate will display problems in linear â€œalgebraicâ€ fashion. MathSlate runs natively on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
Size: 1.21 MB
Price: $ 0.00
Day of release: 0000-00-0