SENIOR MATHS

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Use your multiplication skills to navigate your rocketship through the solar system. You have two equations to solve and typing in the correct answers helps to navigate the ship.

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Test your multiplication skills by answering the multiplication question. Move the disc so the ball bounces on the right answer.

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In this math game, you must add single and double digit numbers together while shooting spaceships trying to invade Earth.

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This website helps to visualise the process of addition and the concept of regrouping.

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Test your multiplication. Move the spitfire and shoot the correct answer.

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Pick the numbers from the grid to complete the equation at the bottom of the screen. Note: This one gets tricky pretty quickly!

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A visual demonstrator that shows equivalent amounts as decimals, percentages and fractions.

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Select fractions from the grid to make sums of 1.

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Play Tic Tac Toe. In each square on the board there is a question. Answer the question correctly to mark the square with your X. Choose the level from easy addition to square roots.

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Fly your spaceship and then fire the lasers to answer the multiplication question, and create a hole for your spaceship to fly through.

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Why do numbers and formulas matter? In this section see how knowing about sums, averages, shapes, graphs and measurements can help you out with many tasks.

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Choose if you want to add, subtract, multiply or divide and then pick your level; easy (single digits) through to monster (positive and negative decimals).

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