Adding Three Fractions 1.0

 Math Freeware For Macintosh

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Author : Polymath Love

OS : MAC 68k,Mac PPC...

Adding three fractions license : Freeware (Price: free)

Added date : 7. December 2005

Release date : 30. November 2000

Download page : Get it Here!

Download Size : 307 kBytes

Publisher URL: http://www.polymathlove.com

Adding Three Fractions 1.0 details:
Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students choose one of two types of problems: ruler fractions (halves, fourths, eighths, sixteenths) or regular fractions. Students must add the given three fractions. Every problem is illustrated with an interactive sketch.

 
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Adding Three Fractions freeware is copyrighted computer software which is made available free of charge, as opposed to shareware where the user is required to pay. The only Adding Three Fractions 1.0 criterion for being classified as "freeware" is that the software must be made available at no cost.