The arrangement of chips on a sci-damath board is as follow: On the topmost row, from left to right the cells read 'multiply', 'divide', 'subtract' and 'add'. On the second row, the cells read 'divide', 'multiply', 'add' and 'subtract'. On the third row, the cells read 'add', 'subtract', 'divide' and 'multiply'. On the fourth row, the cells read 'add', 'subtract', 'divide' and 'multiply'. This format is then repeated on the four rows below. To see a picture of the arrangement, you could look on Google or Yahoo!, where a number of relevant images are shown.

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- Fun ways in which to learn about mathematics

Many children and teenagers struggle with mathematics and related concepts, and can find the subject dull and uninteresting. However, it remains a fact that mathematical skills are fundamental to excelling in the workplace today, and educational institutions must find ways in which to connect young people with mathematics. One way in which to do this is through fun mathematics games. Taking mathematics out of the workbook and into the playroom can refresh the mind of a child and encourage them to apply themselves in a different way.