A few days ago, I posted a tiny feeler about creating an Algebra Pinball page for the OpenStudy community. There was positive response, so on to step 2.
I've added info about Algebra Pinball to the top of the page below. If it sounds fun to you, follow the instructions there and cut-and-paste your Timing Sheet results as a response to this question. If I get about 30 responses in 1-2 days, I'll move on to step 3 (create the new page and firm up the community rules).
(I'll "bump" this periodically to keep it visible.)
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This is a sample of what you'll be pasting:
It is now September 22, 2015 9:39:07 AM MST.
You have been practicing: ‘One-Step Exponent Law Practice’
The elapsed time is 51.524 seconds.
You attempted 14 problems.
You got 14 problems correct.
You averaged 3.7 seconds per correct problem.
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does this give me some good anwer
If you're referring to Algebra Pinball --- every time you do a problem, it tells you if you're correct. If not, you get a second chance, then it tells you the correct answer.
If you're talking about OpenStudy --- yes, you can get LOTS of good help here!
If you guys are still interested, would you be willing to cut-and-paste your results here (to show people how to do this)? Should only take 5-10 minutes (but I know that's a LOT when you're really busy!)