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We hope your visit to math.com brings you a greater love of mathematics, both for its beauty and its power to help solve everyday problems.

Einstein, Albert (1879-1955)
Do not worry about your difficulties in mathematics, I assure you that mine are greater.

At our site, we have hundreds of free, online, educational games for kids. But anyone interested in online learning can use our site - we
have so many subjects - (geography, math, animals, science) and
many levels, games and activities for learners of any age.
Over the last year we''''''''ve had over 20 million visitors
and over 5 million hours of learning!

Let me say that you guys have an awesome website. I stumbled across your site one day, and it has been the easiest, most effective, and really the most fun method for learning geography that I''''''''ve found. --David Weaver

Note: Due to heavy traffic a page may not load properly. The same content is available at: AAAKnow.com , AAAStudy.com , 321Know.com and AAAMath.com

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Free online kids math games make learning fun. Topics: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, money, algebra, and place value..

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We hope your visit to math.com brings you a greater love of mathematics, both for its beauty and its power to help solve everyday problems.

Einstein, Albert (1879-1955)
Do not worry about your difficulties in mathematics, I assure you that mine are greater.

At our site, we have hundreds of free, online, educational games for kids. But anyone interested in online learning can use our site - we
have so many subjects - (geography, math, animals, science) and
many levels, games and activities for learners of any age.
Over the last year we've had over 20 million visitors
and over 5 million hours of learning!

Let me say that you guys have an awesome website. I stumbled across your site one day, and it has been the easiest, most effective, and really the most fun method for learning geography that I've found. --David Weaver

We hope your visit to math.com brings you a greater love of mathematics, both for its beauty and its power to help solve everyday problems.

Einstein, Albert (1879-1955)
Do not worry about your difficulties in mathematics, I assure you that mine are greater.

At our site, we have hundreds of free, online, educational games for kids. But anyone interested in online learning can use our site - we
have so many subjects - (geography, math, animals, science) and
many levels, games and activities for learners of any age.
Over the last year we''''ve had over 20 million visitors
and over 5 million hours of learning!

Let me say that you guys have an awesome website. I stumbled across your site one day, and it has been the easiest, most effective, and really the most fun method for learning geography that I''''ve found. --David Weaver

Note: Due to heavy traffic a page may not load properly. The same content is available at: AAAKnow.com , AAAStudy.com , 321Know.com and AAAMath.com

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We hope your visit to math.com brings you a greater love of mathematics, both for its beauty and its power to help solve everyday problems.

Einstein, Albert (1879-1955)
Do not worry about your difficulties in mathematics, I assure you that mine are greater.

At our site, we have hundreds of free, online, educational games for kids. But anyone interested in online learning can use our site - we
have so many subjects - (geography, math, animals, science) and
many levels, games and activities for learners of any age.
Over the last year we''ve had over 20 million visitors
and over 5 million hours of learning!

Let me say that you guys have an awesome website. I stumbled across your site one day, and it has been the easiest, most effective, and really the most fun method for learning geography that I''ve found. --David Weaver

No, this is not geometry!! That circle with a a dot in the middle is supposed to stand for a generic unknown operation and part of your problem is to FIGURE OUT WHAT the operation is or function is An example might be 3(·)7 = 24 and 3(∙)8 = 27 and 4(∙)1=8 and you need to determine what 6(·)2 = To do this, you know that 3 times 7 is 21 and 3 time 8 is 24, you see that 24 differs from 21 by 3 and 27 differs from 24 by 3 so maybe (·) means first times second number + 3 now 4 times 1 is 4 but 8-4 is 4, not 3 so the rule must be first times the second plus the first number. Now that you have the rule 6(·)2 must be 6 times 2 plus 6 giving a result of 18 So the circle with the dot represents an unknown operation, most likely. It is possible to use it to mean multiplication on entities other than ordinary base ten numbers. Problems of this kind require careful reading to determine the context, but I have described what was probably the case