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Professor Kageyama's Maths Training: The Hundred Cell Calculation Method

DS Kageyama Method: Masu x Masu Pure Hyaku Masu Keisan: Hyaku Masu no Maeni Kore Dayo!



Jupiter Corporation



Release Dates

01/12/09 Nintendo
12/13/07 Nintendo
02/08/08 Nintendo

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Owners: 7
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Do you ever struggle with calculating a dinner bill or confirming exact change at the cash register? What about helping children with their homework? Help is here! Personal Trainer: Math for Nintendo DS is a fun and rewarding way to keep those math skills sharp.

  • The innovative 100-Cell method makes learning a game and form the heart of Personal Trainer: Math. The "hundred-cell method," pioneered by real-world professor Hideo Kageyama, presents students with a 10x10 grid. Students select the chosen function (addition, subtraction, or multiplication) and fill the spaces between numbers across the top and left side. Your work will be timed, but these fast-paced arithmetic problems will keep basic math skills fresh. It's like digital flash cards in a single grid!
  • Daily math drills and an attendance record help keep you on track. Earn medals as your calculation speed improves.
  • Forty different exercises of varying difficulty provide options galore and help you select the most appropriate equation types.
  • Players can challenge up to 15 others by using DS Download Play on a single Game Card.

Take the pain out of arithmetic and make learning fun again with Personal Trainer: Math. It's like having a classroom at the tip of your fingers!

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Shipping Total

1,370,000 Units
As of: December 2014

Opinion (14)

No9tro posted 06/09/2018, 09:23
I hate math. Math should only be used in school and nowhere else because it's useless everywhere else. The fact that this "game" has sold over a million copies means that humanity has already lost and that we should all just kill ourselves
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johnlucas posted 14/09/2013, 12:23
I finally got this! I love math & like to see how fast I can solve the problems. Math is something you will use everyday in life so it's good to keep your skills up.
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SmokedHostage posted 03/03/2009, 03:53
I should buy this simply because I like Math and Touch Generation Games. :)
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ZuZayLi posted 11/11/2008, 08:34
I saw in a website (dengeki or something like that) that this game sold +- 310k in Japan! So it became a million seller now!
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arsenal009 posted 11/09/2008, 05:54
Has this come out in NA or Japan? If not, is it going to?
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ZuZayLi posted 08/04/2008, 08:12
Kageyama must be happy lol
I'm playing it often and I can say that
i love the game.
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