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emma
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Feb-10-05, 11:08 AM (EST)
 
"maths games"
 
   hello,
i dont really understand any of the games on this site so i am going to write a message in here. ok?
well i dont really know what to write but i just think you should improve your site so that people like me can understand it.
Maybe ,make them just a tiny little it interesting or even. . .dare i say it. . . FUN?!?!?!?!?!
Well thank you very much for your time listening to my 'constructive comment'. I hope you take it into account.
Thank you again.
i will be returning soon.
bye xx


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teo
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Feb-11-05, 11:27 PM (EST)
 
1. "RE: maths games"
In response to message #0
 
   maybe you should try the old in-out-in-out game. if you are playing with one entry point, then it is fairly simple to discern whether you are in or out (you are either in, or out). but if you increase this to two entry points, then you have to ask more questions(you are either out, or in, or in). three entry points is more difficult, and you have to ask more questions.


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