**Solving Math Problems:**

This is a fun game about **math **problems. It’s not a complicated test, in fact it’s very easy, however the point is not just to solve the question provided, but to solve as many as you can in a short time, a very good score would be **21** points in this exercise, if you get 21 points then you are a human calculator, well not really but you got the point. It’s nice to be an athlete, but certainly it’s super nice to be a Mathlete! So have fun solving this math problems game!

**Instructions for the Math Game**:

You have 45 seconds in this math game, you have to answer as many questions as possible, click on “**new game**”, then “**start**”, once you know the answer go to the space where it says “put answer here” and write it, then hit “**enter**”, you will earn one point for that. Keep playing until the 45 seconds are over.

Tip: to play fast without wasting time moving the mouse you can use the **tab button** to move to the “enter” button without moving your mouse, basically you will only use your keyboard, for example: 11 + 39 =? type 50 then “tab button” on your keyboard (it looks like two arrows pointing to two different directions, it’s on the top of the Caps LOck button), then finally click on “enter” which is on your keyboard too, you will receive a message telling you that your answer is right, click enter again to get a new question… and so on. Once you get used to it, you will be able to play very fast to solve these math problems effortlessly. Good luck!

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