FRS Division Drills X
FRS Division Drills X
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FRS Division Drills X free download for Mac

FRS Division Drills X3.3

24 October 2011

Math division practice/driller.

Overview

FRS Division Drills targets mental and long division skills. "Simple" practice allows students to practice and develop their skills in solving division problems in their head (or with scratch paper). "Long Division" practice aides in helping students learning the steps involved with completing more complex problems including division with remainders.

Collect, save, and print results from one or more computers at a central point through compatibility with the free FRS Score Collector utility.

What's new in FRS Division Drills X

Version 3.3: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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How would you rate FRS Division Drills X app?

2 Reviews of FRS Division Drills X

3.5
Anonymous
17 July 2004
Version: 2.4

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FRS is evidently inundating the shareware world with educational software. This is commendable, but the idea (for one example) of distributing "Division Drills" and "Fraction Calc" as separate apps for which separate shareware fees should be paid is ludicrous. Neither app could take a reasonably competent developer more than a day or two to whip together. Should you pay ten or fifteen bucks for such an effort? Somebody may shortly give you the same capabilities more inexpensively or even for free. You decide. The summer is young. Caveat emptor.
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Anonymous
17 July 2004
Version: 2.4
All educational software should be freeware.
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3.5
Anonymous
17 July 2004
Version: 2.4
FRS is evidently inundating the shareware world with educational software. This is commendable, but the idea (for one example) of distributing "Division Drills" and "Fraction Calc" as separate apps for which separate shareware fees should be paid is ludicrous. Neither app could take a reasonably competent developer more than a day or two to whip together. Should you pay ten or fifteen bucks for such an effort? Somebody may shortly give you the same capabilities more inexpensively or even for free. You decide. The summer is young. Caveat emptor.
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