# Description

Foundation Maths supports the UK School Curriculum Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1. Suitable for children aged 3 to 6 and voiced with a lovely soft English accent giving positive verbal encouragement throughout.

Foundation Maths includes 500 maths questions across 4 skill levels in 8 topic areas

- Sums can be read out loud with a tap of the speaker button

- Help in each section is given with a tap of the help button

Eight Topic Areas to Learn:

- Learn the Numbers: learn the operator symbols and the numbers 1 to 30 with fruit to count

- Learn to Count: Random fruit are shown and the child counts and picks the right number

- Number Patterns: Children find the missing number in a sequence of 5 numbers

- Write the Numbers: Learn to correctly form the numbers 1 - 9 by tracing dotted number forms

- Addition: Learn to add two numbers together

- Subtraction: Children learn to take one number from another

- Multiplication: One number multiplied by another

- Division: One number divided by another

Four Levels to Progress Through:

- Beginner: Simple questions with answers up to 10 and illustrations to help young children

- Intermediate: Questions with answers up to 20

- Advanced: Questions with answers up to 30

- Genius: Algebra questions, the answer is given and the child finds the missing part of the question.

Foundation Maths supports the following Early Years learning goals:

- Counting and using numbers to at least 10 in familiar contexts

- Recognising numerals 1 to 9

- Beginning to understand addition as 'combining' two groups of objects

- Beginning to understand subtraction as 'taking away'

- Using early mathematical ideas to solve practical problems.

Foundation Maths also supports the following Key Stage 1 learning outcomes:

- Use the correct language, symbols and vocabulary associated with number and data

- Count reliably up to 20 objects at first and recognise, be familiar with the numbers 11 to 20; gradually extend counting.

- Create and describe number patterns; explore and record patterns related to addition and subtraction, and then patterns of multiples of 2, 5 and 10 explaining the patterns and using them to make predictions; recognise sequences, including odd and even numbers to 30 then beyond; recognise the relationship between halving and doubling.

- Use the symbol '=' to represent equality; solve simple missing number problems [for example, 2 + ? = 6 ]

We hope you enjoy Foundation Maths and find it useful in teaching your children some basic maths skills, if you have any suggestions or queries we would love to hear from you!

Contact:

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## LoviOtvet best math solver

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Innovative calculator with the ability to display the progress of solving mathematical expressions as required in schools and other educational institutions.

Perfect for checking homework, learning mental arithmetic, computing "in the column" solutions to complex expressions with fractional numbers and quadratic equations of any complexity.

## Key Stage 1(KS1) Maths

KS1 (Key Stage 1) Maths presents maths exercises for kids aged 5-7 years. Thousands of maths exercise are available to practice which kids will like and will enjoys learning. There are various of maths exercises to develop various mathematical skills required at this age. There are different sets of exercises for primary school Year 1 and Year 2.

Year 1 :

Basic Counting

Counting in Multiples

Numbers up to 100

Comparing Numbers

Numbers in Words

Additions with pictures

Subtraction with pictures

Additions - Numbers upto 10

Subtraction - Numbers upto 10

Additions - Numbers upto 20

Subtraction - Numbers upto 20

Multiplication with pictures

Fractions

Measurement

Geometry - 2D Shapes

Geometry - 3D Shapes

Money - Recongise the coins

Money - count the money with 2 coins

Money - count the money with 2+ coins

Time - Read the Clock (hour and half past the hour...

Time - Match the clock and time

Year 2:

Skip Counting with pictures

Skip Counting - Forward/Backward

Place Values (tens, units)

Number Sequence/Line

Comparing Numbers

Numbers in words - upto 100

Addition with Objects

Additions - A two- digit number and ones

Additions - A two- digit number and tens

Additions - Two two-digit numbers

Additions - Adding three one-digit numbers

Additions - Making Tens

Additions - Word Problems

Subtraction - With Objects

Subtraction - A one-digit number from two-digit nu...

Subtraction - A two-digit number from two-digit nu...

Subtract tens

Subtraction - Word Problems

Multiplication sentences

Multiplication tables (2, 5 and 10)

Multiplication tables (up to 10)

Division (by 2, 5, and 10)

Division sentences

Fractions - recognise fractions

Fractions - name the fraction

Fractions - match the fraction

Measurement - Units

Measurement - Units for Length

Measurement - Units for Weight/Mass

Geometry - Identify 2D Shapes

Geometry - Identify 3D Shapes

Geometry - Properties of 2D Shapes

Geometry - Properties of 3D Shapes

Geometry - Shapes of everyday objects

Money - count the money

Time - Read the Clock (hour,half past the hour, quarter past hour)

Time - Match the clock and time

The principal focus of mathematics teaching in key stage 1 is to ensure that pupils develop confidence and mental fluency with whole numbers, counting and place value. This should involve working with numerals, words and the four operations, including with practical resources [for example, concrete objects and measuring tools ].

At this stage, pupils should develop their ability to recognise, describe, draw, compare and sort different shapes and use the related vocabulary. Teaching should also involve using a range of measures to describe and compare different quantities such as length, mass, capacity/volume, time and money.

By the end of year 2, pupils should know the number bonds to 20 and be precise in using and understanding place value. An emphasis on practice at this early stage will aid fluency.

Pupils should read and spell mathematical vocabulary, at a level consistent with their increasing word reading and spelling knowledge at key stage 1

KS1 maths has teamed up Maths4UK (www.maths4uk.co.uk) and soon students will be able to store their test score on UK's leading maths practice portal www.Maths4UK.co.uk.

Tags : KS1, Key Stage 1, KS1 Maths, maths for kids, Maths for UK primary schools, UK Maths, Maths for year 1, Maths for Year 2, Maths key stage 1, UK curriculum, UK year 1 maths, UK year2 Maths, Key Stage (KS1) Maths for UK primary schools.

## Equation Step-by-Step Calc

The equations calculator online (equation solver) contains the section:

This calculator return only anwser, but return ✪ detail step by step solution ✪ for

[✔] A quadratic equations

[✔] A simplest trigonometric equations

[✔] A equation with a module (for example, |x + 1| + |x^2 – 7| = 20)

The Supported:

[✔] Supported all math symbols and functions. For example: sin(x), cos(x), exp(x), tan(x), ctan(x) and other.

[✔] Suported complex variables (solve complex equations)

Solve any equation types, such as:

[✔] linear equations

[✔] square (quatratic) and cubic equations

[✔] polynomial equations

[✔] trigonometric equations

[✔] exponential equations

[✔] logarithmic equations

[✔] equations with complex numbers

[✔] and other

The Calculator contain some features:

[✔] Numeric solutions for unsolvable equations (such as cos(x) = x^3 - x + 2)

[✔] Some examples

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## Foundation Maths DEMO

This is a free *demonstration* version of Foundation Maths and includes 60 questions and demonstrations of each section. The full version includes 500 questions.

Foundation Maths supports the UK School Curriculum Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1. Suitable for children aged 3 to 6 and voiced with a lovely soft English accent giving positive verbal encouragement throughout.

THE FULL VERSION OF FOUNDATION MATHS INCLUDES:

Foundation Maths includes 500 maths questions across 4 skill levels in 8 topic areas

- Sums can be read out loud with a tap of the speaker button

- Help in each section is given with a tap of the help button

Eight Topic Areas to Learn:

- Learn the Numbers: learn the operator symbols and the numbers 1 to 30 with fruit to count

- Learn to Count: Random fruit are shown and the child counts and picks the right number

- Number Patterns: Children find the missing number in a sequence of 5 numbers

- Write the Numbers: Learn to correctly form the numbers 1 - 9 by tracing dotted number forms

- Addition: Learn to add two numbers together

- Subtraction: Children learn to take one number from another

- Multiplication: One number multiplied by another

- Division: One number divided by another

Four Levels to Progress Through:

- Beginner: Simple questions with answers up to 10 and illustrations to help young children

- Intermediate: Questions with answers up to 20

- Advanced: Questions with answers up to 30

- Genius: Algebra questions, the answer is given and the child finds the missing part of the question.

Foundation Maths supports the following Early Years learning goals:

- Counting and using numbers to at least 10 in familiar contexts

- Recognising numerals 1 to 9

- Beginning to understand addition as 'combining' two groups of objects

- Beginning to understand subtraction as 'taking away'

- Using early mathematical ideas to solve practical problems.

Foundation Maths also supports the following Key Stage 1 learning outcomes:

- Use the correct language, symbols and vocabulary associated with number and data

- Count reliably up to 20 objects at first and recognise, be familiar with the numbers 11 to 20; gradually extend counting.

- Create and describe number patterns; explore and record patterns related to addition and subtraction, and then patterns of multiples of 2, 5 and 10 explaining the patterns and using them to make predictions; recognise sequences, including odd and even numbers to 30 then beyond; recognise the relationship between halving and doubling.

- Use the symbol '=' to represent equality; solve simple missing number problems [for example, 2 + ? = 6 ]

We hope you enjoy the Foundation Maths DEMO and find it useful in teaching your children some basic maths skills, if you have any suggestions or queries we would love to hear from you!

Contact:

Email contact@readwritephonics.co.uk or tweet @readwritephonic if you have any questions or problems - remember we can't reply to comments!

## Discrete Mathematics

This ultimate unique application is for all students across the world. It covers 113 topics of Discrete Mathematics in detail. These 113 topics are divided in 5 units.

Each topic is around 600 words and is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations along with simple text explaining the concept in detail.

This USP of this application is "ultra-portability". Students can access the content on-the-go from anywhere they like.

Basically, each topic is like a detailed flash card and will make the lives of students simpler and easier.

Some of topics Covered in this application are:

1. Set Theory

2. Decimal number System

3. Binary Number System

4. Octal Number System

5. Hexadecimal Number System

6. Binary Arithmetic

7. Sets and Membership

8. Subsets

9. Introduction to Logical Operations

10. Logical Operations and Logical Connectivity

11. Logical Equivalence

12. Logical Implications

13. Normal Forms and Truth Table

14. Normal Form of a well formed formula

15. Principle Disjunctive Normal Form

16. Principal Conjunctive Normal form

17. Predicates and Quantifiers

18. Theory of inference for the Predicate Calculus

19. Mathematical Induction

20. Diagrammatic Representation of Sets

21. The Algebra of Sets

22. The Computer Representation of Sets

23. Relations

24. Representation of Relations

25. Introduction to Partial Order Relations

26. Diagrammatic Representation of Partial Order Relations and Posets

27. Maximal, Minimal Elements and Lattices

28. Recurrence Relation

29. Formulation of Recurrence Relation

30. Method of Solving Recurrence Relation

31. Method for solving linear homogeneous recurrence relations with constant coefficients:

32. Functions

33. Introduction to Graphs

34. Directed Graph

35. Graph Models

36. Graph Terminology

37. Some Special Simple Graphs

38. Bipartite Graphs

39. Bipartite Graphs and Matchings

40. Applications of Graphs

41. Original and Sub Graphs

42. Representing Graphs

43. Adjacency Matrices

44. Incidence Matrices

45. Isomorphism of Graphs

46. Paths in the Graphs

47. Connectedness in Undirected Graphs

48. Connectivity of Graphs

49. Paths and Isomorphism

50. Euler Paths and Circuits

51. Hamilton Paths and Circuits

52. Shortest-Path Problems

53. A Shortest-Path Algorithm (Dijkstra Algorithm.)

54. The Traveling Salesperson Problem

55. Introduction to Planer Graphs

56. Graph Coloring

57. Applications of Graph Colorings

58. Introduction to Trees

59. Rooted Trees

60. Trees as Models

61. Properties of Trees

62. Applications of Trees

63. Decision Trees

64. Prefix Codes

65. Huffman Coding

66. Game Trees

67. Tree Traversal

68. Boolean Algebra

69. Identities of Boolean Algebra

70. Duality

71. The Abstract Definition of a Boolean Algebra

72. Representing Boolean Functions

73. Logic Gates

74. Minimization of Circuits

75. Karnaugh Maps

76. Dont Care Conditions

77. The Quine MCCluskey Method

78. Introduction to Lattices

79. The Transitive Closure of a Relation

80. Cartesian Product of Lattices

81. Properties of Lattices

82. Lattices as Algebraic System

83. Partial Order Relations on a Lattice

84. Least Upper Bounds and Latest Lower Bounds in a Lattice

85. Sublattices

86. Lattice Isomorphism

87. Bounded, Complemented and Distributive Lattices

88. Propositional Logic

89. Conditional Statements

90. Truth Tables of Compound Propositions

91. Precedence of Logical Operators and Logic and Bit Operations

92. Applications of Propositional Logic

93. Propositional Satisfiability

94. Quantifiers

95. Nested Quantifiers

96. Translating from Nested Quantifiers into English

97. Inference

98. Rules of Inference for Propositional Logic

99. Using Rules of Inference to Build Arguments

100. Resolution and Fallacies

101. Rules of Inference for Quantified Statements

102. Introduction to Algebra

103. Rings

104. Properties of rings

105. Subrings

106. Homomorphisms and quotient rings

107. Groups

108. Properties of groups

109. Subgroups

All topics not listed due to character limitations set by Google Play.

## Special Words

Finalist in Vodafone Foundation Mobile for Good Europe awards 2013. Special Words teaches children to recognize written words, and encourages their speech development, using pictures and sounds. Play alongside your child at a pace suited to their ability. A range of settings allows you to configure the app and adjust as your child develops.

• Suitable for use at home, preschool, school, and in therapy sessions

• 4 games matching pictures, words, words to pictures and pictures to words

• Includes 96 pictures and words with choice of lower or upper case letters

• Personalize by reordering, deleting and adding your own words, pictures and audio

• Settings options include shuffling cards, controlling use of audio, editing and rewards

• Synchronize to your other mobile devices and between home and school

• Transfer resources to and from our Special Stories app

BridgingApps said: “an excellent app for assisting young children in developing very beginning reading skills and preschool/school-age children in learning sight words”.

An interactive app that allows children to learn at their own pace, Special Words has 4 games with increasing difficulty, and has been designed in close consultation with parents, children and professionals. With a simple and intuitive interface, this app has been shown to be accessible and hold the attention of children with Down syndrome, autism, poor fine motor skills, hearing impairment and other learning difficulties, as well as being appealing to typically developing children.

Special Words comes with 96 written words children use in their early vocabulary. It includes matching pictures, written and spoken words, in 22 languages: English (American, British and Australian), Albanian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Dutch, Finnish, Flemish, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Luxembourgish, Norwegian (Bokmål), Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian and Welsh. You can easily replace the words and re-record the audio in any other language your child uses. You can quickly add more words, pictures and sounds for family members, friends, and familiar objects, to increase your child’s interest, and further develop their reading vocabulary.

A 12-week trial in schools has demonstrated that Special Words can enhance communication, language and literacy skills, and has shown that it has a positive impact on the development of expressive language, receptive language, word recognition, reading and listening skills. To read the trial report or the Special Words User Guide, visit the Special iApps website, www.specialiapps.com.

This is an app for tablets and phones, and you can easily transfer personalized text, pictures and sounds between devices, using Bluetooth or e-mail.

The words and pictures provided with Special Words are the same as those in the See and Learn Language and Reading resources from Down Syndrome Education International, and this app can be used to complement the use of their paper-based See and Learn activities.

We answer every email, and are always happy to respond to questions and suggestions at support@specialiapps.com.

## Second Grade Math

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Second Grade Kids Math Games is a set of 500+ exercises in 9 games to teach kids math concepts of place values regrouping, division, multiplication and fractions. Kids practice their addition, subtraction, sequencing and comparison skills.

• Play balloon pop, feed the monkey, divide jellybeans, multiply, place values regrouping games

• Learn math concepts of place values regroup, multiplication, fractions and division.

• Hints and voice instructions to help the learning.

• Kids earn ribbons and trophies for learning math.

• No third-party ads, No in-app purchases, and No data collection.

The games are -

* Balloon Pop

Write on the touchscreen to solve addition and subtraction problems for numbers upto 100. First 6 levels use place values to add bigger numbers. Remaining 9 levels require Carry-over and Borrow to add and subtract using place values.

* Fractions

Feed the monkey fractional pieces of the pie. Use the understanding of fractions to figure out how much pie is left. Exercises develop visual understanding of fractional equivalence e.g. 1/2 is the same as 2/4.

* Equations

Find the missing number in the addition or subtraction sentence. Equations are solved simply by adding or removing balls in the box.

* Multiply

Add balls to the box to learn what multiply means. Multiplication is presented as repeated addition.

* Divide

Share jelly beans among monkeys to compute the division. Uses fair-share to teach the concept of division.

* Regroup to Add (Carry Over)

Use place value grids to solve bigger addition problems upto 999. Regrouping is explained using place-value grids. Kids can develop a deep understanding of how regrouping works to solve big addition problems.

* Regroup to Subtract (Borrow)

Use place value grids to solve bigger subtraction problems upto 999. Use the hints to solve the subtraction problems using place value grids. Kids can understand how regrouping works to solve big subtraction problems.

* Sequence

Practice skip counting as a pre-cursor to multiplication. Skip counting is a way to introduce learning of multiplication tables.

* Compare

Compare large numbers or fractions. Arrange them from lowest-to-highest or highest-to-lowest. Less-than and greater-than signs are used to arrange the numbers.

Our Story

When we looked for apps to help teach our kids, we couldn't find any that were good. One was just information text for the kids to learn by rote. Another was multiple-choice tests - just press buttons. A third had 2 sound-tracks and 4 animations running all at the same time. How was a kid supposed to focus?

So, we designed and built them games - that teach in the way parents and teachers explain concepts, and engage in the way playing does.

## MathMentor

MathMentor is a math app for Android.

This app helps you to solve complex calculations.

This app helps you to solve complex calculations.

This app currently includes the following categories:

Arithmetic Operation

Factorization

Square Root

Rationalizing the Denominator

Division

Divisors

GCM and LCM

Prime Factorization

To Decimal System

To Numeral System

Linear Function

Quadratic Function

Trigonometry

Permutation and Combination

Factor Theorem

Complex

Simultaneous Equations

Line

Circle

Trigonometric Function

Exponential Function

Logarithm Function

Cubic Function

Progression

Fractional Function

Rational Function

Matrices

Parabola

Ellipse

Hyperbola

Probability

(ax+b)(cx+d)+R

(sx+a)(tx+b)(ux+c)+R

(a+b)^2

(a+b+c)^2

(a+b+c+d)^2

Substitution

*** NOTICES ***

When an error has occurred, "An error has occurred. Press OK to access the web site for report this error." MESSAGE appears.

Please press OK to improve this app.

We do not collect personally identifiable information about you on this site.

This app includes software developed by The Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/).

## 4th Grade Math Testing Prep

How do you know if your child is prepared for the state mandated math test?

Get ready for standardized testing with hundreds of math questions covering a wide range of topics on a challenging 4th grade level.

Topics covered include:

addition

algebra

angles

critical thinking

decimals

division

fractions

identifying patterns

logical calculation

measurement

money and coin identification

multiplication

number comparison

odd and even

order of operations

probability

rounding

subtraction

symbols

telling time

variables

word problems

4th Grade Math Testing Prep was designed for the student and family looking for an advantage in solidifying their math skills:

- Study anywhere and learn at your own pace

- Specifically appropriate questions chosen at the 4th grade level

- Practice with a quiz, then take the big final test to see how well you've learned

- Email your test results

- Great for classrooms or at home

- Increase your math knowledge and your scores!

Teachers and parents - have your students email their scores from the 50 question assessment test as a way to provide extra credit for mastery of the subject matter.

*With practice you can achieve your best score!*

We love to hear from you!

Please send any feedback or questions to peekaboostudiosllc@gmail.com

Peekaboo Studios is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.

Recommended Ages: 8-10, 11-12

Categories: Math, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Fractions, Algebra, Money

## Tic Toc Time

Are you a parent or educator in search of a UNIQUE, FUN, EASY and EFFECTIVE way to teach young learners aged 5-8 how to read a clock face and tell time?

Then you’ll love Tic Toc Time: Break Down the Day to Learn How to Tell Time!

> Created in Conjunction with Renowned Astrophysicist

> Certified by the kidSAFE® program

> Secure gaming environment: No ads, no external links, no in-app purchase, no social media access, no personal informations request

> 11 languages : French, English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Dutch, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean

ABOUT TIC TOC TIME

Learning to read a clock face is not an intuitive process for children. Tic Toc Time is the world’s first time-telling app that teaches children aged 5-8 how to read a clock face using elements that they’re already deeply familiar with: sun, shadow, night and day.

EXPERT-CRAFTED

Once the foundation is laid, children are taught how to read a clock face and tell time via a simple, easy and fun learning path that was crafted in conjunction with renowned Swiss astrophysicist Slim Hamdani.

MEETS ACADEMIC STANDARDS

Tic Toc Time meets the Common Core State Standards for mathematics, including standards for telling time in grades 1, 2, and 3. And because it’s so much fun, children won’t even realize that they’re learning!

CREATE MULTIPLE PROFILES

Tic Toc Time lets you create up to 40 unique profiles for all of the young learners in your life. It’s ideal for school use, home use, while in transit/traveling, or anywhere else!

EASY SETTING MANAGEMENT

You’ll find it easy and simple to manage all of Tic Toc Time’s settings, including text, audio, sounds and AM/PM or 24 hour mode.

REVIEWS

« But still, each lesson is important in learning and understanding time. This is by far the most comprehensive time-telling app on the market.»

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CONNECT WITH US!

If you have any support request, please write at support@sevenacademy.com or visit the Seven Academy Online Community at sevenacademy.com.

ATTENTION

To use the digital compass in the game, Tic Toc Time needs to access the precise location from your device (GPS and network-based).

## Maths Times Tables Game

This is a simple app that helps you practice your times tables.

You would become a champion at it in no time.

You would become a champion at it in no time.

Key Words :

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## MobyMax - Math and Reading

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MobyMax is a FREE, complete curriculum for K-8 Math and ELA (reading, vocabulary, language, and writing) that includes progress monitoring, systematic review, IEP, and reporting on Common Core standards. MobyMax finds and fixes missing skills, resulting in an average of 1.5 grade levels of growth after just 40 hours of use.

MobyMax also includes classroom tools such as Messenger, Vibes, Clicker, The Wall, Contests, Games, Badges, Goals, Certificates, Parent Portal, and Printable Worksheets!

MobyMax is for all students. Moby's adaptive curriculum creates a unique, individualized education plan for each student, allowing gifted students to progress as quickly as they like while simultaneously ensuring that remedial students get the extra instruction they need. You've never experienced differentiation like this in the classroom.

## Maths Integration Formulas

This contains Useful Mathematics Integration Formulas.Acts as a ready reference for anyone.

1. Common Integrals

(i)Indefinite Integral

(ii)Integrals of Rational and Irrational Functions

(iii)Integrals of Trigonometric Functions

(iv)Integrals of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

2. Integrals of Rational Functions

(i)Integrals involving ax + b

(ii)Integrals involving ax2 + bx + c

3. Integrals of Exponential Functions

4. Integrals of Logarithmic Functions

5. Integrals of Trig. Functions

1. Common Integrals

(i)Indefinite Integral

(ii)Integrals of Rational and Irrational Functions

(iii)Integrals of Trigonometric Functions

(iv)Integrals of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

2. Integrals of Rational Functions

(i)Integrals involving ax + b

(ii)Integrals involving ax2 + bx + c

3. Integrals of Exponential Functions

4. Integrals of Logarithmic Functions

5. Integrals of Trig. Functions

Keywords

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## TEAS Math Review Lite

TEAS Math Review app contains quick revision notes and tons of questions to help you preparing for the TEAS test and get into the nursing school of your choice.

**NOTE: This is a lite version where in only few topics are available. All the remaining locked topics will be unlocked on buying the full version from within this lite version. It will be a one time purchase to unlock ALL the locked items in one go.

This app covers 51 topics. Each topic has quick revision notes and multiple questions. Questions are similar to the ones asked in TEAS common entrance exams set by ATI. They vary in difficulty levels ranging from 1 to 10.

These 51 types are categorized as follows.

• Numbers & Operations

1. Order of Operations and PEDMAS

2. Multiplication and Division Problems

3. Decimals - Multiplication and Division 1

4. Decimals - Multiplication and Division 2

5. Approximation of Roots and Exponents

6. Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers

7. Adding Fractions

8. Subtracting Fractions

9. Multiplying Fractions

10. Dividing Fractions

11. Fraction Problems in Words

12. Rational Numbers

13. Percent 1

14. Percent 2

15. Equivalent Percents Fractions and Decimals

16. Percent Problems in Words

17. Ratios and Fractions

18. Ratio Problems in Words

19. Direct Proportion

20. Best buys

21. Compound Interest

• Algebraic Applications

22. Addition and Subtraction of Algebraic Expressions

23. Multiplication of Algebraic Expressions

24. Algebraic Fractions

25. Translation into Algebraic Expressions

26. Evaluating Expressions 1

27. Evaluating Expressions 2

28. Linear Equations 1

29. Linear Equations 2

30. Linear Equations 3

31. Setting up Equations

32. Absolute Value

33. Inequalities

34. Solving Inequalities

35. Systems of Equations (Linear)

36. Setting up Systems of Equations

• Data Interpretation

37. Frequency Tables

38. Grouped Data

39. Two Way Tables

40. Box Plots

41. Histograms

42. Bar Graphs

43. Pie Charts

44. Line Graphs

45. Scatter Graphs

46. Basic Probability

47. Independent Events

• Measurement

48. Units and Measurements

49. Estimating measurements

50. Converting Units

51. Time and Timetables

DETAILED TEST RESULTS

On the completion of each test the user is given a summary of questions answered correctly, incorrectly and skipped along with the time taken on each question. Every question can be reviewed and all questions have an explanation of the answer.

PROGRESS METER

An interactive pie chart displays current progress for each topic. You can touch the different color slices of the pie and choose if you wish to answer only incorrectly answered questions, unattempted or correctly answered questions. This feature is very useful to achieve 100% score in each topic.

MOCK TEST

After you have practiced all types of questions, you can take a Mock Test with 50 questions. The Mock Test has questions selected randomly from each topic. Scores for the mock tests taken in the past are displayed in a bar chart. This is a great way to track how you are progressing in mock tests. There is no limit on how many mock tests you can take.

FEATURE LIST

• Covers all 51 commonly found types of questions.

• 509 multiple-choice questions.

• Explanation with every question.

• Option to choose the number of questions to test.

• Progress meter helps to track progress, topic wise and mock test wise.

• Ability to re-attempt only the questions you get wrong or correct or never attempted

• Option to choose reset the progress and start from scratch.

## Calculus Math App Lite

The Calculus Math App takes education to a new level by reinterpreting known theories with artistic depictions. Scattered with engineered interactivity and reinforced with fully illustrated practice questions, the Calculus App presents a new educational paradigm that will enrich the learning experience of our knowledge-seeking audience.

If you like the lite version, you can now get the full version of the app here https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.neumediatechnologies.calculus.full

FEATURES:

- Watch narrated tutorials guide you on the basic concepts of Calculus including Differentiation and Integration

- Fun-to-watch videos introduce you to the world of Calculus; learn about the history of Calculus and not just the technical concepts

- Animated and illustrated concepts makes learning from scratch or refreshing easy

- Interactive sections reinforce important concepts

- Move away from the usual style of learning in the classroom

- Learn at your own pace: pause or replay the tutorials at your command

- Try the sample questions and check your answers against model solutions

Check us out on....

xda-developers.com - http://www.xda-developers.com/android/enjoy-learning-calculus-with-calculus-interactive/

Android Tapp - http://www.androidtapp.com/calculus-interactive-app-lite/

=== What's Available in the Lite Version ===

Introduction to Differentiation

- Watch a introduction video on Differentiation

- Main Principles of Differentiation

- Practice Questions

Note: This works best on the tablet platform.

## GMAT Math Flashcards

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Master GMAT math formulas and solve GMAT questions with free flashcards for Android. Practice every day to prep for the test and get a better GMAT quant score!

☞ 425 math cards written by our expert GMAT tutors

☞ Includes GMAT practice questions, solutions, and common mistakes

☞ Cards cover all difficulty levels

☞ Track your progress as you study

☞ Smart algorithm focuses your practice for efficient learning

This app gives you free access to all of Magoosh’s GMAT math flash cards. Sign in with a Magoosh account (or create a new one) to save your progress to the web. You can continue your practice online at http://gmat.magoosh.com/flashcards/math/

Written by GMAT experts

All of the formulas were selected and explained with usage examples by Magoosh’s expert GMAT tutors, led by Mike McGarry. He has been teaching the GMAT for more than 10 years.

Review that really sticks

Academic research has found that memories are formed by repeated exposure to new information, so Magoosh’s flashcard app uses a spaced repetition system. Concepts you are learning will reappear frequently (occurring less frequently the better you know them) and concepts you already know won’t be repeated. The GMAT list is also culled to only 425 so that you don't waste time learning unimportant words.

“I really like the way the words appear and the simple interface to show progress of the user. You guys have put good use of algorithms so one comes out learning the words well. The best flashcard app to date.” - Arif

"I was able to learn more words in the 4th week by using your flash card app than I learnt over the previous 3 weeks using Barron's 1100." - Sai

About Magoosh

We're an online test prep company with a focus on teaching the GMAT through videos and personalized customer support.

In addition to our online course, we blog about GMAT formulas, problem solving, quantitative reasoning, words, roots, grammar, and reading comprehension along with GMAT study guides and study tips. Articles from the blog have been compiled into 3 separate free ebooks with over 6,000 downloads. Check it out at http://magoosh.com/gmat

More GMAT study tools

Search the app store for "magoosh gmat" to continue your prep for the GMAT Exam with Magoosh’s video lessons app. Learn all the math, verbal, and writing you need to know for the test!

When you’re ready to practice for the full GMAT exam, Magoosh’s website has more than 800 excellent GMAT Math and GMAT Verbal practice questions, each with its own detailed video explanation. After each quiz, you can review your answers to see your strengths and weaknesses. Visit http://gmat.magoosh.com for more information.

(Magoosh also has apps for learning English grammar and studying for the GRE. Search the store for "magoosh english" or "magoosh gre" to find them)

Have any questions? Please ask!

Customer satisfaction is incredibly important to us. If you have any questions or comments, please send us an email at help@magoosh.com.

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Don’t wait until the last minute to start studying, start learning GMAT math formulas and concepts today!

# More from developer

## 300 High Frequency Words DEMO

300 High Frequency Words DEMO is a *demonstration* version including 40 of the 300 words in the full App. This is a great interactive way to teach your child to recognise and read the first 300 high frequency words of the English language. These are the common words such as: the, and, said, he, I, be, they, go, etc etc. Some of these words are decodable using phonics but some have to be learnt as "Sight" or Red" words. Giving your child a way to quickly learn these will enable them to read more challenging books more quickly. Tapping the screen voices the word in a soft English accent.

300 High Frequency Words is split into 8 manageable sets of words starting at the most common words moving through to the least common.

This DEMO version includes 40 words, 5 sample words in each set.

Within each set the words are shown in a different order each time the app is used, this ensures that your child cannot simply learn the order of the words.

300 High Frequency words DEMO can be used by a child alone tapping each word to hear it and then tapping the arrow to move through to the next one learning the words at their own pace.

Parents can use the app in a similar way to traditional flash cards to support learning and test their child's knowledge, asking them to read the word, then tap the word to confirm or correct, then move to the next.

Once a child grows in confidence you can see how quickly they can move through each set of words timing and offering rewards for shorter and shorter times. The quicker they can move through the set the sooner they will be able to use the knowledge in reading and enjoying books.

The 300 High Frequency Words are the same words found in Appendix 7 of the Letters and Sounds: Principles and Practice of High Quality Phonics document produced by the UK Department for Education and commonly used in UK schools.

## 300 High Frequency Words

300 High Frequency Words is a great interactive way to teach your child to recognise and read the first 300 high frequency words of the English language. These are the common words such as: the, and, said, he, I, be, they, go, etc etc. Some of these words are decodable using phonics but some have to be learnt as "Sight" or Red" words. Giving your child a way to quickly learn these will enable them to read more challenging books more quickly. Tapping the screen voices the word in a soft English accent.

300 High Frequency Words is split into 8 manageable sets of words starting at the most common words moving through to the least common.

Within each set the words are shown in a different order each time the app is used, this ensures that your child cannot simply learn the order of the words.

300 High Frequency words can be used by a child alone tapping each word to hear it and then tapping the arrow to move through to the next one learning the words at their own pace.

Parents can use the app in a similar way to traditional flash cards to support learning and test their child's knowledge, asking them to read the word, then tap the word to confirm or correct, then move to the next.

Once a child grows in confidence you can see how quickly they can move through each set of words timing and offering rewards for shorter and shorter times. The quicker they can move through the set the sooner they will be able to use the knowledge in reading and enjoying books.

The 300 High Frequency Words are the same words found in Appendix 7 of the Letters and Sounds: Principles and Practice of High Quality Phonics document produced by the UK Department for Education and commonly used in UK schools.

## Read Write Phonics

Teach your child to read and write the easy way!

Read Write Phonics teaches the 44 phonic sounds of the English language, how to blend the phonic sounds together to form words, and how to write the letters of the alphabet by tracing dotted letter forms!

- Read: learn the correct 44 phonic sounds of the English language!

- Write: learn to write the letters of the English alphabet, with star rewards!

- Phonics: learn how to blend the phonic sounds to form words!

Features:

Learn by doing: tap and swipe through the App listening to the correct sounds and blending the sounds into words.

Fun encouragement and reward stars are given in the Write section.

Clear and simple flash cards system with simple intuitive navigation.

Clear Sassoon font developed especially for children’s first books and traditional learning aids.

Clean design, there are no distracting images or sounds in the Write or Phonic sections.

Focus on learning the sounds and learning how to form letters, without distraction.

The example word cards in the Read section each use one simple bright word image.

Instructions:

Move through the App using the arrow keys, the speaker button replays sounds and the redo button restarts animation. The home key takes you up a menu level and the envelope key will open an email to us at Read Write Phonics.

The Read section contains a flash card for each of the 44 sounds, showing the letter or letter combination which represent them. Once the sound has played wait for the letter/s to animate into an example word, tapping the speaker button plays the sound or word again.

The Write section shows an example of how letters are written, then allows the child to try tracing the dotted letter, with a prompt where to begin and a prompt if they forget to dot the i or cross the ts! Then wait for your mark, 0 to 3 stars! The App marks the child's effort based on the smoothness of their line and the distance from the ideal line. Encouragement is always given even if no stars are achieved.

The Phonics section includes small, two and three letter words and big, four letter and above example words. Tapping the speaker button plays the full word, tapping each letter or letter combination pays the phonic sound. Swiping or stroking through the word plays the sounds in order blending or synthesising the word.

(Note: the ck sound has been included three times with cards, c, ck, and k all making the same phonic sound. qu and x also included for completeness but are actually consonant blends (k + w) and (k + s). The letters and letter combinations chosen for read write phonics are the most common ones and the ones taught first for example “ee” in “bee” instead of “y” in “many”)

Contact:

Email contact@readwritephonics.co.uk or tweet @readwritephonic if you have any questions or problems - remember we can't reply to comments!

## Read Write Phonics DEMO

This is a free *demonstration* version of Read Write Phonics and includes 10 sounds, 8 letters to try tracing and 4 words to blend.

The full version of Read Write Phonics is £1.49 and teaches the 44 phonic sounds of the English language, how to blend the phonic sounds together to form words, and how to write the letters of the alphabet by tracing dotted letter forms!

IN THE FULL VERSION:

- Read: learn the correct 44 phonic sounds of the English language!

- Write: learn to write the letters of the English alphabet, with star rewards!

- Phonics: learn how to blend the phonic sounds to form words!

Features:

Learn by doing: tap and swipe through the App listening to the correct sounds and blending the sounds into words.

Fun encouragement and reward stars are given in the Write section.

Clear and simple flash cards system with simple intuitive navigation.

Clear Sassoon font developed especially for children’s first books and traditional learning aids.

Clean design, there are no distracting images or sounds in the Write or Phonic sections.

Focus on learning the sounds and learning how to form letters, without distraction.

The example word cards in the Read section each use one simple bright word image.

Instructions:

Move through the App using the arrow keys, the speaker button replays sounds and the redo button restarts animation. The home key takes you up a menu level and the envelope key will open an email to us at Read Write Phonics.

The Read section contains a flash card for each of the 44 sounds (in the full version), showing the letter or letter combination which represent them. Once the sound has played wait for the letter/s to animate into an example word, tapping the speaker button plays the sound or word again.

The Write section shows an example of how letters are written, then allows the child to try tracing the dotted letter, with a prompt where to begin and a prompt if they forget to dot the i or cross the ts! Then wait for your mark, 0 to 3 stars! The App marks the child's effort based on the smoothness of their line and the distance from the ideal line. Encouragement is always given even if no stars are achieved.

The Phonics section includes small, two and three letter words and big, four letter and above example words. Tapping the speaker button plays the full word, tapping each letter or letter combination pays the phonic sound. Swiping or stroking through the word plays the sounds in order blending or synthesising the word.

Email contact@readwritephonics.co.uk or tweet @readwritephonic if you have any questions or problems - remember we can't reply to comments!

## Foundation Maths DEMO

This is a free *demonstration* version of Foundation Maths and includes 60 questions and demonstrations of each section. The full version includes 500 questions.

Foundation Maths supports the UK School Curriculum Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1. Suitable for children aged 3 to 6 and voiced with a lovely soft English accent giving positive verbal encouragement throughout.

THE FULL VERSION OF FOUNDATION MATHS INCLUDES:

Foundation Maths includes 500 maths questions across 4 skill levels in 8 topic areas

- Sums can be read out loud with a tap of the speaker button

- Help in each section is given with a tap of the help button

Eight Topic Areas to Learn:

- Learn the Numbers: learn the operator symbols and the numbers 1 to 30 with fruit to count

- Learn to Count: Random fruit are shown and the child counts and picks the right number

- Number Patterns: Children find the missing number in a sequence of 5 numbers

- Write the Numbers: Learn to correctly form the numbers 1 - 9 by tracing dotted number forms

- Addition: Learn to add two numbers together

- Subtraction: Children learn to take one number from another

- Multiplication: One number multiplied by another

- Division: One number divided by another

Four Levels to Progress Through:

- Beginner: Simple questions with answers up to 10 and illustrations to help young children

- Intermediate: Questions with answers up to 20

- Advanced: Questions with answers up to 30

- Genius: Algebra questions, the answer is given and the child finds the missing part of the question.

Foundation Maths supports the following Early Years learning goals:

- Counting and using numbers to at least 10 in familiar contexts

- Recognising numerals 1 to 9

- Beginning to understand addition as 'combining' two groups of objects

- Beginning to understand subtraction as 'taking away'

- Using early mathematical ideas to solve practical problems.

Foundation Maths also supports the following Key Stage 1 learning outcomes:

- Use the correct language, symbols and vocabulary associated with number and data

- Count reliably up to 20 objects at first and recognise, be familiar with the numbers 11 to 20; gradually extend counting.

- Create and describe number patterns; explore and record patterns related to addition and subtraction, and then patterns of multiples of 2, 5 and 10 explaining the patterns and using them to make predictions; recognise sequences, including odd and even numbers to 30 then beyond; recognise the relationship between halving and doubling.

- Use the symbol '=' to represent equality; solve simple missing number problems [for example, 2 + ? = 6 ]

We hope you enjoy the Foundation Maths DEMO and find it useful in teaching your children some basic maths skills, if you have any suggestions or queries we would love to hear from you!

Email contact@readwritephonics.co.uk or tweet @readwritephonic if you have any questions or problems - remember we can't reply to comments!