Tux Math Scrabble challenges young people to construct compound equations and consider multiple abstract possibilities. There are four skill-levels for practice from basic addition and subtraction through to multiplication and division. This is an online version that runs in a web browser with no installation necessary. There is also a Python 2.x version with a separate page.
released on 14 June 2015
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