# Description

Goal: Practice adding up, until all cards are gone.

MultipleData 1: 4 stars
Level 1: Find equivalent cards up to 11 with addition of 1.
MultipleData 2: 4 stars
Level 1: Find equivalent cards up to 12 with addition of 2.
MultipleData 3: 4 stars
Level 1: Find equivalent cards up to 13 with addition of 3.
MultipleData 4: 4 stars
Level 1: Find equivalent cards up to 14 with addition of 4.
MultipleData 5: 4 stars
Level 1: Find equivalent cards up to 15 with addition of 5.
MultipleData 6: 5 stars
Level 1: Find equivalent cards up to 16 with addition of 6.
MultipleData 7: 5 stars
Level 1: Find equivalent cards up to 17 with addition of 7.
MultipleData 8: 5 stars
Level 1: Find equivalent cards up to 18 with addition of 8.
MultipleData 9: 5 stars
Level 1: Find equivalent cards up to 19 with addition of 9.
MultipleData 10: 5 stars
Level 1: Find equivalent cards up to 20 with addition of 10.

# Details

Differential Revisions
dekumar updated the task description. (Show Details)May 9 2020, 12:22 PM

What means :
Goal: Find cards with equivalent quantities until 11.
Star 1 is 3 years old.
At this age they are supposed to quantify a maximum of 3.

I have done the job to describe this dataset in the general description, why did you not use it?

https://phabricator.kde.org/T13122

What means :
Goal: Find cards with equivalent quantities until 11.
Star 1 is 3 years old.
At this age they are supposed to quantify a maximum of 3.

I have done the job to describe this dataset in the general description, why did you not use it?

https://phabricator.kde.org/T13122

Hi, For each multiple datasets the table of 1, 2, 3 .. .10 will be used. As up to 11 means that the addition memory game with 1 as it would have maximum sum up to 11. This changes were suggested by @timotheegiet during the proposal review period. I would have a discussion again once and update the description if required.
Thanks!

@echarruau : you put the link to this task in your comment, I guess you meant https://phabricator.kde.org/T12428
Also, the dataset description you put for "Addition and subtraction memory game against Tux" only contains addition related data, and too much redundant content...

Addition-only and Subtraction-only memory games can not really have same content/description (as the formula is different...).
And the way the "Addition and subtraction memory game" works, it is relevant to use the same dataset description as for subtraction only.

So for the dataset content I suggested for this, as @dekumar described in the proposal, it is based on current levels we have.
I guess we should just adapt the number of stars of the datasets to fit the content.

Yes, we need to find multipledatasets that make sens.
Yesterday when I reviewed the descriptions I had the feeling that it was a
quick copy/paste job done in hurry because we asked to have descriptions! I
did not realise that it was the proposal content. My fault I should have
multipledataset that will be useful from the start. We are not doing
descriptions because we have to do them, we are doing the description to
define what we will do :)

Le dim. 10 mai 2020 à 20:17, Timothée Giet <noreply@phabricator.kde.org> a
écrit :

@echarruau https://phabricator.kde.org/p/echarruau/ : you put the link
https://phabricator.kde.org/T12428
Also, the dataset description you put for "Addition and subtraction memory
game against Tux" only contains addition related data, and too much
redundant content...

Addition-only and Subtraction-only memory games can not really have same
content/description (as the formula is different...).
And the way the "Addition and subtraction memory game" works, it is
relevant to use the same dataset description as for subtraction only.

So for the dataset content I suggested for this, as @dekumar
https://phabricator.kde.org/p/dekumar/ described in the proposal, it is
based on current levels we have.
I guess we should just adapt the number of stars of the datasets to fit
the content.

https://phabricator.kde.org/T13122

*To: *dekumar, timotheegiet
*Cc: *echarruau, amankumargupta, AkshayCHD, timotheegiet, jjazeix,
dekumar, sanjayshetty, parimalprasoon, harrymecwan, ganeshredcobra,

@echarruau @timotheegiet Can I implement the above described multiple datasets or is there any change which needs to be done?

to me the dataset description here is good, just the star numbers need to be changed to be better adapted to the actual difficulty of the levels.

dekumar updated the task description. (Show Details)Jun 7 2020, 5:58 PM

@echarruau Can you please review the difficulty level of all multiple datasets once?

dekumar closed this task as Resolved.Jun 21 2020, 4:28 PM

Description is not correct, again the stars are wrong. Please change them to follow the rules I gave you.

Description is not correct, again the stars are wrong. Please change them to follow the rules I gave you.

Sure, I will update it and make a commit to update it for the datasets content too which I have implemented.

dekumar reopened this task as Open.Jun 21 2020, 5:38 PM
dekumar updated the task description. (Show Details)Jun 21 2020, 6:22 PM

@echarruau I have updated the difficulty levels. Please review it and let me know if it's all good.

I agree with this dataset

I agree with this dataset

I will update my work. Thanks for the review!

dekumar updated the task description. (Show Details)Jun 23 2020, 10:00 AM

I think for the dataset description, it would be better and simpler to just say "addition table of 1", "addition table of 2", .... And it would be consistent with the other activities ( same as it is for subtraction memory, for example).

I think for the dataset description, it would be better and simpler to just say "addition table of 1", "addition table of 2", .... And it would be consistent with the other activities ( same as it is for subtraction memory, for example).

I will update the description.

Thanks!

dekumar updated the task description. (Show Details)Jun 25 2020, 5:42 PM
dekumar closed this task as Resolved.Jul 3 2020, 2:30 PM
jjazeix moved this task from Backlog to Done on the GCompris: Improvements board.Jul 5 2020, 1:58 PM