Avoiding repeats

One of the banes of randomness on a computer is that it’s not really random. Instead, it’s a mathematical pseudo-random formula and, with small sets of options (such as one or two times tables), it can repeat the “random” choice two or even three times in a row. The only computer we know of thatContinue reading “Avoiding repeats”

Learn the way you want to

The free version of TT Ultra comes with a starter pack of times tables unlocked and with most of them selected. However, you don’t have to stick with that. You can focus on one or two tables or add variety by selecting all of them. If your child’s homework says to practise the 2 timesContinue reading “Learn the way you want to”