top of page # Math Scholar (PRO Edition) for Windows

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`THIS APP IS FREE FOR DOWNLOAD USING THE COUPON CODE "FREE" AT CHECKOUT. Math Scholar Pro is a fun educational app that helps kids dramatically sharpen their math skills! Its main purpose is to build mental math expertise through the use of a simple, entertaining interface. Originally designed for teaching the multiplication tables, it was expanded to include tables for all four of the basic mathematical operations. In addition to these tables, it includes both Quiz and Practice modes for elementary,middle and junior high schoolers. Also included are Flash Cards as well as advanced math Order of Operations (PEMDAS) section for junior high students.`
• ## Features

Features:

A 60+ page User Manual in PDF file format.

PRACTICE Modes

1) Simple Math (two term mental math)

- Select the desired operator for the problem set by pressing the "Operator" button. Each press of the button cycles through the four basic math operations (+, -, x, ÷).

- Subtraction problems are arranged so that the two arguments yield only positive integer results (i.e. no negative numbers).

- Division problems are arranged so that the two arguments yield only whole number quotients (i.e, no mixed number/remainders).

2) Intermediate Math (three term mental math)

- Press "Start" to begin the practice session. A problem statement will be generated with three semi-randomly selected arguments (pastel boxes) and the solution (yellow box) in the following format:

[arg1] [?] [arg2] [?] [arg3] = [solution]

- The objective is to select the two operators [?] in the green boxes that will produce an answer that matches the solution. Pressing the green operator [?] buttons situated between arguments will cycle between the two operations from the "pool" selected at the beginning of the session.

- Note that the arguments are always adjusted so that no negative numbers are encountered, nor are there mixed numbers (no fractions). All the math is done using integers only.

3) Advanced Math (Order of Operations "PEMDAS")

PEMDAS is an acronym that is taught in elementary school classrooms across the nation. It helps students remember the priority, or Order of Operations, used to solve expressions involving strings of numbers and operators. It stands for:

(P)aranthesis
(E)xponent
(M)ultiplication
(D)ivision
(A)ddition
(S)ubtraction

In the practice mode, algebraic expressions are entered free hand using an internal keyboard.
You may use any combination of basic mathmatical operators (+ - * /) as well as exponent (^) and one level of parenthesis. Once you are satisfied, press = to begin analyis and solve the expression.

There is a maximum limit of ten variables, but no limit to their magnitude in this mode.

The practice mode is useful for entering homework problems and observing how the PEMDAS rules apply.

4) Flash Cards.

- Flip the cards just like real flash cards! The front side of the card shows the question and the back side of the card shows the answer. Simply tap the question card and the card flips over to the answer.

- Math Operation: Each press will cycle through the available math operations:

++ Pairs additon (1+1, 2+2, etc.)

-  Subtraction

x  Multiplication

xx Pairs Multiplication (3x3, 5x5, etc.)

÷  Division

5) Tables.

- Opens in Multiplication (Times Table) mode.

- Addition, Subtraction and Division tables can be selected using the Other Tables Menu Item.

QUIZ Modes

1) Simple Math (two term mental math)

- Press the "Start" button to open the quiz. An elapsed time indication is presented under the problem statement. Also presented is a running question count display. The timer display can be hidden using the Timer menu option if it proves to be distracting (the timer continues to run whether hidden or visible).
- At the completion of the last question on the quiz, the keyboard is closed, the timer is stopped and the quiz is immediately scored. If the quiz is scored 100% (no questions missed), the program compares this score against the saved Best Time for the operation just concluded. If the score is lower (i.e. completed faster) then the student is notified, his/her name is requested and the new data replaces the previous Best Time. Records can be reviewed using the Best Times menu item.

- A line by line listing of the problem set, the student's answers and a symbol indicating a right (✔) or wrong (✘) answer. If the answer was incorrect, the correct answer is also displayed in [brackets]. The list is scrollable if the quiz length cannot fit the screen area.

- A summary is presented in the bottom of the Grade Screen:

Correct: n out of Number of Questions
Time: 00.00 seconds

2) Intermediate Math (three term mental math)

- Press the "Start" button to open the quiz. An elapsed time indication is presented under the problem statement. Also presented is a running question count display. The timer display can be hidden using the Timer menu option if it proves to be distracting (the timer continues to run whether hidden or visible).

- A problem statement will be generated with three semi-randomly selected arguments (pastel boxes) and the solution (yellow box) in the following format:

[arg1] [?] [arg2] [?] [arg3] = [solution]

- A line by line listing of the problem set, the student's answers and a symbol indicating a right (✔) or wrong (✘) answer. If the answer was incorrect, the correct answer is also displayed in [brackets]. The list is scrollable if the quiz length cannot fit the screen area.

- A summary is presented in the bottom of the Grade Screen:

Correct: n out of Number of Questions
Time: 00.00 seconds

3) Advanced Math (Order of Operations)

- Select the number of terms in the expressions to be solved.

- An expression will consist of a random mix of basic mathmatical operators (+ - * /) as well as exponent (^) and one level of parenthesis.

- Quizes consist of a single question. Selecting a higher number of terms increases the difficulty level.

-  Press [New String] to begin the quiz.  An elapsed time indication is presented. The timer display can be hidden using the Timer menu option if it proves to be distracting (the timer continues to run whether hidden or visible).

- To score the quiz Press [TRY]. The timer is stopped. If the answer is correct, the program compares this time against the saved Best Time for thelevel just concluded. If the score is lower (i.e. completed faster) then the student is notified, his/her name is requested and the new data replaces the previous Best Time. Records can be reviewed using the Best Times menu item.

Math Scholar Pro
Version 3.0
TurboSoftSolutions.com

• ## Why You Need It

Kid-friendly interface. Ten minutes a day will help improve any child's basic math skills, especially the mental math skill.