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MathNook Boxing

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Use your number comparison skills to become MathNook boxing champ. The first level will have you comparing numbers to see if the number on the left is greater than, equal to, or less than the number on the right. Each opponent gets tougher with later levels having math equations to compare rather than numbers.rnrnJust click on the >, =, or < symbol. Get it right and you'll throw a punch. Be careful as taking too long or clicking the wrong symbol will allow your opponent to get a punch in.

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