Math Duel: Split Screen Game
iOS Universal Education
Math Duel is a split screen mathematics game that pits two players against each other on the same device! Change settings for each player to level the playing field. Single player mode is great for fun math practice!
"Love math duel. Great way to differentiate. Great way to differentiate and work on personal math goals. All kids can partner up"
- Christie mae
"This app really engages kids and creates a need for them to master basic math skills that will be required in future courses. Long division is way less time consuming and easier if you truly know how to divide, multiply, subtract. Algebra only makes sense if you can see the relationship between the numbers....all of which is based on the building blocks of basic math. Kids can't wait to take on one another for the momentary bragging rights. I love that I can make things a bit tougher for some while adjusting for IEPs on the other end of the spectrum quickly and easily."
The split-screen interface is a perfect fit for any device!
● Split Screen Mode
● Single Player Mode
● Highly Configurable
● Customized Equations
● Number of Digits per Equation
● Addition On/Off
● Subtraction On/Off
● Multiplication On/Off
● Division On/Off
● Timer Length
HOW TO PLAY:
Adjust the settings for both players to ensure an equal playing field. Adults should enable more operations and digits if playing younger children. Try to solve the math problem before your opponent!
Division is rounded to the nearest tenths
1/3 = 0.3
2/3 = 0.7
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This update of Math Duel includes a new setting "Allow Negative Answers". Enabling this checkmark will generate equations that have either positive or negative numbers. If you disable this toggle switch, only positive answer questions will be generated.
Thanks Tim from bringing this to my attention!
I'm still working on enabling negative numbers in expressions but the parsing logic I'm using doesn't support negative numbers.