Hint #1 - Calculation Battle X 30 & Quick Training: "No Problem Too Big, No Answer Too Big"
The game will not use numbers bigger than double digits. There won't be any problems with numbers at 100 or greater and there won't be any answers greater than 99. Also, all problems will use only whole numbers.
Hint #2 - Calculation Battle X 30 & Quick Training: "Exaggerate Your Figures"
While playing, don't write your numbers small: write them large. If you write them too small, the game will have a problem distinguishing which number you're trying to write. The more you exaggerate the unique features of each digit, the more accurate the game will be in deciphering the correct number.
Hint #3 - Calculation Battle X 30 & Quick Training: "Warning: Signs Ahead"
Want to get your answers correct and not make any stupid mistakes? Pay close attention to whether a problem is addition (+), subtraction (-), or multiplication (x).
Hint #4 - Quick Brain Age Check: "Twice The Frustration, But With Twice The Fun"
The first time you play the Quick Brain Age Check, you'll probably score pretty old (as high up as the 80s). You may also have some trouble getting the game to pick up your voice at first. Before you're done with the game, you'll probably have gotten into a pattern where it's more consistant. Play through the Quick Brain Age Check a second time immediately after the first for a more accurate score.
Hint #5 - Quick Sudoku: "Notes Abound"
While playing through Quick Sudoku, remember that you can write notes in each square to keep track of what it could be, You can keep up to nine notes in each square in the shape of a 3x3 grid (hmm... gee.. where do I remember that from, I wonder...). For a lot of people, they're essential to solving the puzzle flawlessly.
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