Algebra on Nudge

4.6
152 reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Nudge is a great way for K12 students to learn algebra

- Lets you solve linear equations and word problems using simple gestures
- You can solve word problems by forming statements, creating equation and solving it step by step
- “Problem Help” feature helps you understand what to look for while reading the problem
- Help is at hand when you are stuck
- Provides instant feedback when you go wrong
- Problem sets are automatically tailored for you

Nudge is an after school math app that is ideal for 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th grades. It gently nudges you towards the solution one step at a time. The intuitive gestures and resulting visual transformations provide a unique sensory learning experience for an abstract topic like algebra. Parents and teachers get to see reports that provide comprehensive feedback including ratings for each concept that is used.
Updated on
Jul 15, 2017

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4.6
152 reviews
A Google user
May 19, 2019
Print is too small to read even with my glasses. Not the numbers but the actual printed words.
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A Google user
April 10, 2020
Not too helpful and very boring set up and poor instructions
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A Google user
February 13, 2019
Excellent app for algebra learners and students
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What's new

Bug fixes and stability improvements to Word Problems feature for linear equations.
(The word problems can be solved by forming statements, creating equation and solving it step by step.
“Problem Help” feature helps users understand what to look for while reading the problem.)