Students can pick the operation they want to practice (+, -, x or a mix of the three) and the range of integer numbers they want to be quizzed on: 1-digit numbers, 2-digit numbers or 3-digit numbers. Only positive numbers are used. 1-digit numbers mean your system will generate 2 operands between 0 and 9 for the selected operation, 2-digit numbers mean your system will generate 2 random number between 0 and 99 and so on. If the learner has picked subtraction, you need to make sure that the 1st operand is less than or equal to the 2nd operand, to make sure there are no negative number results.
You need to keep the score of each operation (=, -, x) separately. Assessing the kid’s strength should be done in an increment of 10 questions at a time. After the kid answers an increment of 10 questions, you display the results.
It is up to you to decide whether you will display all the 10 questions on the screen one shot or you will display them one by one.
There has to be a mechanism for the kid to know whether his/her answer was correct or not.
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