MathJunior, an Alaska based company announced the launch of their new app in a small press meet here today. The app is based on different arithmetic questions with an increasing level of difficulty with every correct answer. The app has three difficulty modes – Easy, Medium and Survival. As the name suggests, the easy mode provides the easiest set of questions, while the surviving one is the hardest. The questions are not repeated in any case.
If experts in the field are to be believed, the app is likely to attract a huge number of users simply because of the related excitement and never ending quest while the adults can use the app to test their arithmetic skills, school-going children can use the same to get a better understanding of Mathematics.
Speaking on the occasion, a representative of the company said, “We are extremely excited to announce the launch of our unique, exciting and educational math game. With this, mathematics would not be boring anymore. The app is designed by a team of experts to enhance the arithmetic skills of users. The app is opt for brain teasing exercises and provides practically unlimited equations for the players. One can also track high scores.” He further added, “We would keep on introducing more useful and helpful apps at the time to come.”
In the easy mode, the players get five seconds to answer two digit equations for the first five correct answers. After that, the questions include three digit equations. The questions include only addition and subtraction of digits. In the medium mode, the multiplication and division related problems also start to appear after successful answering of the first five questions. The survival mode is most difficult and one needs to provide correct answer in as less as three seconds.
MathJunior is a Fairbanks, Alaska based company that started operations in the year 2014. The company recently released a math game app for users across the globe.
Contact Person: Fitz Deether
Email id: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Fairbanks, Alaska
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