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# Rith: Examples

Sometimes finding equations can be hard, especially if you haven't practiced. Let us convince you that with practice anyone can be successful at Rith!

Consider this set of numbers which form a possible Rith board:            How many equations can be found when we are restricted to a single operator? Removing duplicate equations, the answer is:

• Plus: 39,030 [511,920 points]
• Minus: 20,867 [279,108 points]
• Times: 1,366 [15,860 points]
• Divide: 80 [819 points]

Click on each line to see all the equations. (Duplicates have been removed across all screens, so there are fewer equations shown here than could be found in practice for the subtraction and division operator games. For example, 6/3=2 is a duplicate of 2x3=6.)

But that's only equations using a single operator! In many Rith games you can use all the operators together, meaning the potential for points is huge. You just have to train yourself to be able to find some of these equations!

As you play you'll be awarded stars and other achievements to measure your progress. Post your score on Facebook and compare to your friends!