## Multiplication tables

With the multiplication table application all parents can teach easily their child the multiplication tables from 1 to 20. The application gives an opportunity to practice separately the multiplications from 1 to 15 and also provides mixed problems worksheets to increase the difficulty of the exercises. In the “History” screen, it is easy to track the results of the solved exercises. Furthermore, the completed tables can automatically be sent to the parents set email addresses.

Requirements:
Coming soon..

Requirements:
Requires Android 4.0.3 and higher. WiFi, Edge, or 3G network connection sometimes required.

## Calculation with large numbers

The Long Division Method
In arithmetic, long division is the standard procedure suitable for dividing numbers. The method breaks down a division problem into a series of easier steps. The app allows the user to solve a long division problem step by step. In the steps the user will divide, multiply or subtract. The correct answer will fly to the right place.

Requirements:
Coming soon..

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Requires Android 4.0.3 and higher. WiFi, Edge, or 3G network connection sometimes required.

## Learning clock

Learning clock is an educational app to help children learn how to tell the clock and time.

Requirements:
Coming soon..

Requirements:
Requires Android 4.0.3 and higher. WiFi, Edge, or 3G network connection sometimes required.

This document applies to the mobile apps developed by ZTO.apps. We've tried to keep text simple, so we hope you will take a time to read it carefully.

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