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Math Racer 1.0
Math Racer 1.0 What is Math Racer? Ever had the desire to sharpen your multiplication skills and have fun at the same time? Math racer lets you race against the clock as you answer simple math questions to race to the finish line. Don't get comfortable, though - every time you win, the difficulty increases a little bit! Before downloading, check out VB Gadgets' terms of use. How do I use this program? Download math_racer.zip and extract the contents anywhere on your computer. It's recommended that you extract to "C:\Program Files\Math Racer" and create a shortcut wherever you want, but it's up to you. Alternatively, you could put this program on a flash drive and run it from there. Just make sure "Progress.txt" is always in the same directory as the .exe file, otherwise the program won't work! This is a pretty intuitive program to use. There are four types of math races: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. You can also choose three different difficulties (the speed of your opponent) for each race type. This means that there are 12 (4x3) racing combinations. You start out with a score of 5 for each category. Every time you win, the score goes up by one point for that category, but your maximum number goes up as well. For example, if you score was 10 for the easy addition, the highest math problem you could solve would be 10 + 10 = 20. When you win that round, your score would move up to 11, resulting in a maximum addition problem of 11 + 11 = 22. To check your scores, click the button labeled "Hall of Fame." All ...
5/5 734 Aug 03, 2017
VB Gadgets
MathSheetGenerator 1.3.0 for Mac
MathSheetGenerator 1.3.0 for Mac MathSheetGenerator is a simple utility for educators and parents to automatically create sheets of simple math exercises for elementary school children. MathSheetGenerator is capable of generating math problems with two operands using any of the standard operators (add, subtract, multiply, divide). The number range for both operands as well as the result can be specified to allow the application to generate the exact type of exercises desired. INSTALLATION ============ MathSheetGenerator comes without an installer and can be placed anywhere on the harddrive as long as the correct folder structure is maintained. I.e. for the Windows version the "MathSheetGenerator Libs" folder must reside in the same location as the "MathSheetGenerator.exe" executable. HOW TO USE IT ============= Please refer to the built-in Help. Version History =============== 1.3.0: 12/21/2009 ----------------- - Added support for saving and loading sheet settings. - Added option to include page numbers on every sheet. - Added a splash screen. - MathSheetGenerator now remembers the location and size of the application window between launches. - Fixed bug with parsing printer settings that could cause a crash at startup in Mac builds.
5/5 731 Aug 03, 2017
Roger Meier
MathSheetGenerator 1.3.0 for Windows
MathSheetGenerator 1.3.0 for Windows MathSheetGenerator is a simple utility for educators and parents to automatically create sheets of simple math exercises for elementary school children. MathSheetGenerator is capable of generating math problems with two operands using any of the standard operators (add, subtract, multiply, divide). The number range for both operands as well as the result can be specified to allow the application to generate the exact type of exercises desired. INSTALLATION ============ MathSheetGenerator comes without an installer and can be placed anywhere on the harddrive as long as the correct folder structure is maintained. I.e. for the Windows version the "MathSheetGenerator Libs" folder must reside in the same location as the "MathSheetGenerator.exe" executable. HOW TO USE IT ============= Please refer to the built-in Help. Version History =============== 1.3.0: 12/21/2009 ----------------- - Added support for saving and loading sheet settings. - Added option to include page numbers on every sheet. - Added a splash screen. - MathSheetGenerator now remembers the location and size of the application window between launches. - Fixed bug with parsing printer settings that could cause a crash at startup in Mac builds.
5/5 751 Aug 03, 2017
Roger Meier
OpenBoard v1.5.1 for Linux
OpenBoard v1.5.1 for Linux OpenBoard is an open source cross-platform teaching software for interactive whiteboard designed primarily for use in schools and universities. It can be used both with interactive whiteboards or in a dual-screen setup with a pen-tablet display and a beamer. Where is it from ? OpenBoard was originally forked from Open-Sankoré 2.0, which was itself based on Uniboard. This fork was created to refocus the software on its original core functionalities and values, that is the work of a teacher in a classroom, privileging the ease of use. The evolution of this software will therefore take place in accordance with these core principles. Cross-platform Supported platforms are Windows (7+), macOS (10.9+) and Linux (tested on 16.04). Who is involved? Currently, OpenBoard is maintained by the Education Department (DIP) of the canton of Geneva, in Switzerland. The University of Lausanne, who developped the original Uniboard software in 2003 has recently joined the effort by means of a logistical and financial contribution. A meeting was held in June 2016 between representatives from the universities of Lausanne, Neuchâtel, Fribourg and Geneva, the departments of Education from the cantons of Geneva and Jura as well as various institutions from the canton of Vaud (Switzerland) to together reflect on the desired evolution of OpenBoard. Easy to Install Simply download and start using it right away. No registration required. Open Source OpenBoard is released under the GPLv3 License and maintained by the community on GitHub. Universal Available on Windows, Mac and Linux so you can stay with what you like the most. Simple OpenBoard is easy to use yet powerful. It is a tool that can help you do your job and does not get in the way. K-12 to Academia Engage K-12 Student with interfactive courses or give the prefect lecture at University. Handwriting Use a pen tablet, an interactive whiteboard or even a mouse to write and annotate your course. ...
5/5 43 Jan 01, 2019
OpenBoard
OpenBoard v1.5.1 for Mac
OpenBoard v1.5.1 for Mac OpenBoard is an open source cross-platform teaching software for interactive whiteboard designed primarily for use in schools and universities. It can be used both with interactive whiteboards or in a dual-screen setup with a pen-tablet display and a beamer. Where is it from ? OpenBoard was originally forked from Open-Sankoré 2.0, which was itself based on Uniboard. This fork was created to refocus the software on its original core functionalities and values, that is the work of a teacher in a classroom, privileging the ease of use. The evolution of this software will therefore take place in accordance with these core principles. Cross-platform Supported platforms are Windows (7+), macOS (10.9+) and Linux (tested on 16.04). Who is involved? Currently, OpenBoard is maintained by the Education Department (DIP) of the canton of Geneva, in Switzerland. The University of Lausanne, who developped the original Uniboard software in 2003 has recently joined the effort by means of a logistical and financial contribution. A meeting was held in June 2016 between representatives from the universities of Lausanne, Neuchâtel, Fribourg and Geneva, the departments of Education from the cantons of Geneva and Jura as well as various institutions from the canton of Vaud (Switzerland) to together reflect on the desired evolution of OpenBoard. Easy to Install Simply download and start using it right away. No registration required. Open Source OpenBoard is released under the GPLv3 License and maintained by the community on GitHub. Universal Available on Windows, Mac and Linux so you can stay with what you like the most. Simple OpenBoard is easy to use yet powerful. It is a tool that can help you do your job and does not get in the way. K-12 to Academia Engage K-12 Student with interfactive courses or give the prefect lecture at University. Handwriting Use a pen tablet, an interactive whiteboard or even a mouse to write and annotate your course. ...
5/5 42 Jan 01, 2019
OpenBoard
OpenBoard v1.5.1 for Windows
OpenBoard v1.5.1 for Windows OpenBoard is an open source cross-platform teaching software for interactive whiteboard designed primarily for use in schools and universities. It can be used both with interactive whiteboards or in a dual-screen setup with a pen-tablet display and a beamer. Where is it from ? OpenBoard was originally forked from Open-Sankoré 2.0, which was itself based on Uniboard. This fork was created to refocus the software on its original core functionalities and values, that is the work of a teacher in a classroom, privileging the ease of use. The evolution of this software will therefore take place in accordance with these core principles. Cross-platform Supported platforms are Windows (7+), macOS (10.9+) and Linux (tested on 16.04). Who is involved? Currently, OpenBoard is maintained by the Education Department (DIP) of the canton of Geneva, in Switzerland. The University of Lausanne, who developped the original Uniboard software in 2003 has recently joined the effort by means of a logistical and financial contribution. A meeting was held in June 2016 between representatives from the universities of Lausanne, Neuchâtel, Fribourg and Geneva, the departments of Education from the cantons of Geneva and Jura as well as various institutions from the canton of Vaud (Switzerland) to together reflect on the desired evolution of OpenBoard. Easy to Install Simply download and start using it right away. No registration required. Open Source OpenBoard is released under the GPLv3 License and maintained by the community on GitHub. Universal Available on Windows, Mac and Linux so you can stay with what you like the most. Simple OpenBoard is easy to use yet powerful. It is a tool that can help you do your job and does not get in the way. K-12 to Academia Engage K-12 Student with interfactive courses or give the prefect lecture at University. Handwriting Use a pen tablet, an interactive whiteboard or even a mouse to write and annotate your course. ...
5/5 53 Jan 01, 2019
OpenBoard
QuizMenu 3.0
QuizMenu 3.0 QuizMenu was originally written in the old days of DOS. It was modified to work in 16bit Windows 3.1 and magically has worked in all Windows versions up to and including Windows 7 32bit. It wouldn’t, however work in 64bit Windows. This QuizMenu 3.00 version will work in 64bit systems. Teachers have reported using QuizMenu to create quizzes for their Students and say it is a fun way to drive facts home in a way that Children enjoy. A woman who teaches Memory training techniques E.mailed that it had been effective in her work. I’ve tried to make QuizMenu 3.00 as easy to use as possible and hope that I’ve succeeded. Enjoy Mike Fletcher
5/5 726 Aug 03, 2017
Mike Fletcher
SMath Studio 0.99.6671
SMath Studio 0.99.6671 Tiny, powerful, free mathematical program with WYSIWYG editor and complete units of measurements support. A "paper"-like interface that teachers love! It provides numerous computing features and rich user interface translated into about 40 different languages. Application also contains integrated mathematical reference book. Application can be easily extended based on your needs. Built-in Extensions Manager tool allows to get access to hundreds official and third-party resources of the following types: usage examples, plug-ins, SMath Viewer based applications, snippets, interface translations, interactive books, handbooks and tutorials. Changes: Version: 0.99.6671 - Stable (released at 2018.04.07) Corrections "No printers are installed" exception avoided on Page Setup dialog usage. Miscellaneous Critical issue on SMath Studio loading when no printers installed is fixed; SSC-3533: File saving logic in Cloud mode restored; Taskbar Progress issue on earlier Windows OS (< Windows 7) fixed.
5/5 309 Aug 31, 2018
Andrey Ivashov
Stopwatch 1.0
Stopwatch 1.0 The Stopwatch is used to make precise measurements of time; it also has the ability of saving the timed results to a list. This list of results can then be exported from the program to popular file formats, txt as a text file and jpg as a graphic file. The program is extremely easy to use, there are three main buttons on the stopwatch, green is the start and stop button, used to start and stop the timer. Red is reset; it resets the current time and starts from zero again. Finally the blue button is the next time; it saves the current result on the list and continues recording the time. System requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 or Windows Server 2003/2008/2013. Minimum Hardware: Processor speed (MHz): 300 or higher RAM (MB): 128 or higher Free hard disk space: 1MB Display resolution: 800 x 600 or higher
5/5 751 Aug 22, 2017
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