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Factor Samurai - Multiply and Divide your way to Times Tables Mastery

Winner Corona App of the Week

A fantastic way to practice times tables

Factor Samurai - Multiply and Divide your way to Times Tables Mastery

by Third Rail, LLC
Count and play the game
Factor Samurai - Multiply and Divide your way to Times Tables Mastery
Factor Samurai - Multiply and Divide your way to Times Tables Mastery
$2.99 in the App Store

A fantastic way to practice times tables.

Count and play the game. Cut numbers down to their prime factors

Count and play the game
Count and play the game

Count and play the game. Cut numbers down to their prime factors

What is it about?

Winner Corona App of the Week!

App Details

Version
1.74
Rating
(301)
Size
131Mb
Genre
Education Educational Arcade
Last updated
March 4, 2016
Release date
September 8, 2011
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Winner Corona App of the Week!

Factor samurai is a great way to learn times tables. You play as the samurai whose sacred duty is to cut all the numbers down to their prime factors.

You will be thrown one number after the next, cut them up if they can be factored into smaller values, if not, if they are prime, do not cut them.

Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be divided into small whole numbers. Two, three, five, seven, eleven, and thirteen are all examples of prime numbers. Four is not prime because it can be broken down in the whole numbers two times two.

Factor Samurai will reinforce the arithmetic principles of multiplication and division by continually challenging the player to remember which numbers can be factored into smaller values, and which ones can't.

As the player slices numbers into factors, those factors can be broken down further, until they are split into their prime factors.

Knowing that 63 is 3 times 3 times 7 or that 128 is 2 raised to the seventh power (7 twos!) is how you become a true Factor Samurai!

Factor Samurai is used extensively in the classroom. More than half of the recorded downloads are to public schools.