Fitch, Noel Riley.
Adult Nonfiction TX649.C47 F57 1997
Summary: Arithmetic Puzzle includes the 90 original opculato puzzles created by game designer Daniel Mullan. Opculato is an arithmetic operator caculator puzzle game. The game can be played with or with out the use of a calculator depending on your arithmetic knowlege. The game involves the blank squares to be completed with any of the four basic arithmetic operators +-/x in order to achieve the given answers to arithmetic equations. When all the correct arithmetic operators are in place a downward arithmetic equation must be solved to figure out the whole number that should be entered in the bottom square of the puzzle. The game is a great way to test your arithmetic knowlege and keep your mind sharp. Each puzzle starts off with an easy arithmetic equation that requires one arithmetic operator to be entered into a blank square.The second equation is a little harder and requires two arithmetic operators to be entered into the two blank squares.The third equation is more difficult and requires three arithmetic operators to be entered into the three blank squares. The fourth equation is the most difficult and requires four arithmetic operators to be entered into four blank squares. Finally when all the arithmetic operators are entered in each square one downward equation must be solved to find the whole number to be entered in the blank square at the bottom of each puzzle. Only when all the correct arithmetic operators are in place can this whole number be worked out. The game is an arithmetic challenge to both adults and smart kids.
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