In Computer's class, Mr. Kimbley asked us to click on a link that will help us with our blog to day. That link took me to a website that has these different games to help you in school. The particular one it linked me to was a math game. It was a daimond, intertwined with smaller squares and diamonds. You start out with four numbers in boxes on different spots on your diamond, and you had to find the difference between them. Then you would keep going into a smaller square, then diamond, then square etc... The object of the game was to get the final numbers in the very last square, which were usually all the same number. You can do whole numbers, integers, fractions, decimals, and money. 

There were some difficulties while playing this game. I hadn't been practicing my fraction skills lately, so it took me a little while to get used to them again. But once that obstacle was over with, it became very easy. The game was set at a 6th grade level of math, so I'm sure ( actually "hoping" wouldbe a better word ) that all Com[putech students who had to ply this game were able to do it easily. You can play this game yourself, by clicking on this link to his website, or by going to my My Classes page, click on Mr. Kimbley, go to his Agenda tab ( You may have to go back a few days, or 10/29/12 to be exact ) and click on the link. Remember that you may need to update or install Java to play this game.
 





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    Author: Vahae O.

    These Math Mondays blogs are about various subjects and problems with math. There are also simple math tricks on different things stated.