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iMathPractice Fundamentals Lite

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Price: Free

Rating: 3.55/5 (22 votes)

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This is for Grade 2,Grade 3,Grade 4,Grade 4,Grade 5,Grade 6,Grade 7,Grade 8 math practice app. This contains tutorial,practice math skills,practice timed test & math challenge.

 

This covers addition,subtraction,multiplication,division,decimal,fraction,percentage,order  of operation,LCM & GCF,Time.

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