To play online press the screenshot above and then the start button.

# 4 applications of Statistics in a fun online math game.

 "Statistics" is a free online knowledge game, used to study Statistics, by interaction. A short flash tile game for desktop computers, laptops and tablets, which may be played in the web browser. The Math Knowledge Board include 18 statistical data pictures to play with. Part of the Fun Interactive Mathematics educational tools.

This fun education learning game may answer some of the following questions:
• What are statistics used for?
• How to calculate average school grade?
• Where to find statistics examples?
• Is statistics used in school?
• Which statistic is used in politics?
• Does politics involve statistics?
• Does sports involve statistics?

## How to play Statistics

 To win the app and get new level, we must complete 3 simple formulas, used in statistics to gain useful data. The board will lead us through the equations and we must only click the right data (circlet) to fill the flashing socket. There are 15 statistical columns that represent a counter. The counter will be subtracted only on wrong click.

Knowledge Achievements:
Know 3 types of statistics for school, sports and politics.
Winning the game rewards +1 Knowledge Level.
The download version(bottom of the page) include an executable file for Windows OS with local levels only.

### Class subject: Statistics.

Statistics operations included in this board are averages and percentages:

Finding a GPA (Average Grade) in school:
This is the sum of all included subjects grades, divided by the number of the subjects.
For example (Mathematics + Physics + Geography + Chemistry + Sports + Biology) divided by six,
because they are 6 subjects.

Finding player or team General Score:
This is again the sum of all data multiplied by the player coefficient, where coefficient may be the morale, experience and the form of the player and it is maximum 1. For example (Tackling+Passing+Shoot+Dribbling+Head shot+Speed) * 0.6

Finding the winner after elections:
To find out the political party percentage after the vote we take the number of people voted for it, divide it by the number of all voters and multiply it by 100.

Pictures for political statistics used in this game:

 Democrats Party Socialists Party Centrists Party Green Party Pacifists Party

Game icons here.