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Scrambled Equations for Android
Do you feel sharp today? If you like math puzzles, here’s a good one that you might enjoy. XDA member amarkovits presents Scrambled Equations for our Android devices. It’s a brain challenge for math lovers, which works on a very interesting concept: you are given a value for which you have to find out the perfect equation. For example, if you are given a value of “19,” then you have to find out the right equation that gives the answer “19” from the given balls. You have to complete this task in a limited amount of time. This app is great for learning purposes too, especially for children who are learning the basics of mathematics.
The game will grab your attention for sure. Please let the dev know your thoughts.
Originally posted by amarkovits
In each of these puzzles, you are given a number that you must construct out of several other numbers. You do this by taking the numbers and performing addition, subtraction, multiplication, and/or division operations on them. Each number must be used in the calculations exactly once, and only these four operations listed may be used. You may parenthesize your expression however you wish. For example, 10 may be obtained from 1, 1, 2, and 3, with the expression (3+2)×(1+1).
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