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Math Practice is an easy to use software addressed to elementary school teachers and parents who wish to help kids make their first steps into the world of mathematics, providing fairly simple teaching tools and a basic interface. Choose between addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Once you click on one of these, algebra exercises are automatically launched, pick difficulty by choosing between three different levels. Math Practice does work flawlessly on all Windows versions and runs on low resources all the time, which makes it appropriate for all types of users who wish to teach children the basics of maths.

**Terms and Conditions**

- No free updates; if you update the giveaway, it may become unregistered
- You must download and install the giveaway before this offer has ended
- Lifetime license
- May not be resold

**Technical Details**

- Developed by Vovsoft
- Supports Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (32-bit & 64-bit)

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Jul 25, 2024 at 03:34 am (PST) | Reply

the specifications of the sound files should address .\ relative current folder references by default rather than hard coded paths from drive letter to the file seeing as the wav files by default are in the current folder. On choosing the files it should compare the path to the chosen file to the path to the executable and if the same use a relative path reference and not a full path from drive letter which may differ from one execution to the next on a portable "installation". It does this behind the scenes initially but once sounds are played the settings.ini is populated with full drive letter to file path and not the correct .\wrong.wav entry.

When choosing the hard multiplication I find most of the calculations do not need to be completed because most of the wrong choices are so outlandish that one needs to only ball-park the calculation to be able to determine the correct answer... is this intentional to teach users of the program one can get away with being lazy when calculating by guesstimating the correct answers? The problem with that is it only works if the correct answer is given along with obviously wrong answers, it does not teach the participant to do the mathematics to completion and so get a correct answer when none are given. Wrong answers need to be generated intelligently i.e. be within the same most significant digits and to prevent least significant multiplications shortcut to be the correct least significant digit across the answers... make the hard actually require the participant do the calculation and not cheat!

When choosing the hard multiplication I find most of the calculations do not need to be completed because most of the wrong choices are so outlandish that one needs to only ball-park the calculation to be able to determine the correct answer... is this intentional to teach users of the program one can get away with being lazy when calculating by guesstimating the correct answers? The problem with that is it only works if the correct answer is given along with obviously wrong answers, it does not teach the participant to do the mathematics to completion and so get a correct answer when none are given. Wrong answers need to be generated intelligently i.e. be within the same most significant digits and to prevent least significant multiplications shortcut to be the correct least significant digit across the answers... make the hard actually require the participant do the calculation and not cheat!