Many of us are constantly searching for tools that will help motivate our children and assist us in getting them through this crucial time in their development and learning.
Let these MathStars give you a hand.
This application is designed to be a learning tool that assists in your child's learning and understanding of math basics through repetition mixed with fun graphics and illustrations.
This application will let you:
- practice multiplication numbers 1 - 10
- review multiplication with timed and untimed assessments
- save as many names in the application as you need which can be useful for one child, families and classroom practice
- save student's progress and keep track of overall scores for each assessment
- successfully master each of the numbers and awards credit after mastering each individual number and each timed assessment too.
colors and use their parameters. This is a good aid for programming user interfaces, for color vision testing, for optics, for adding or subtracting colors, for mixing colors and more. You may also do the reverse: enter parameters and see their colors. Up to four colors may be viewed together to see how they go together. The popular RGB and CYM color systems are used.
This application should work on most Android devices. It has been tested for Android 2.2.
This application has been tested for Android 2.2.
Thus, it has wide application to many disciplines.
Paths is intended to be educational, entertaining and useful in practice.
Paths provides solutions for maximum flow problems and for the major problems involving undirected graphs. It is a good companion to the application 'Analyze Graphs' which is primarily concerned with directed graphs. Paths applies graph theory to analyzing graphs and solving some additional classical problems. These include finding maximum flow, solving the traveling salesman problem by brute force (for small graphs), by a genetic algorithm and by other means, finding Hamiltonian circuits and Eulerian trails as well as determining shortest routes. Paths includes textual and graphical views, provides for creating graphs, can maintain a log, process files and more.
The graphs are equivalent to transportation networks, sociograms, simplexes, electric circuits, organization diagrams, communication networks and even genealogical trees. It is convenient to think of the vertices as towns and the arcs as roads connecting the towns with the arc values as distances. You may type in a graph directly using a simple format, select the name of a text(.txt) file containing a graph to load or delete a graph file.
This application displays several properties of a given graph including symmetry, connectedness, whether it is a tree, centers, planarity and more. A number of several classical tasks involving graphs can also be solved including shortest paths, shortest cycles, minimum spanning trees and more. Several sample graph files are included along with graphical representations.
This application has been tested For Android 2.2.
It analyzes frequencies and averages of letters, syllables, words and sentences. Furthermore, it determines reading level according to three popular scales. Any or all of the results can be viewed and/or saved as text files in the root SD card directory or elsewhere. The SD card may be written to or read from but no files are deleted. There are several methods of transferring these text(.txt) files to or from computers or to printers, including use of Dropbox, Cloud Print and other apps. AnalyzeText has been tested on Android 2.2.