From Fast Rabbit Software:
FRS Division Drills provides practice with simple division, long division, and long division with remainders. Simple practice allows students to practice and develop their skills in solving division problems in their head and helps illustrate that division is the opposite of multiplication. The two long division practice modes aide students in learning the steps involved in completing more complex problems. FRS Division Drills allows collecting scores from one or more computers at a central point via the network through compatibility with the free FRS Score Collector utility.
What's new in this version: Version 3.1 is a maintenance release.
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