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# Mathler

A math game called Mathler was created with math aficionados in mind. This game is great for individuals who enjoy the novelty of the idea but not as much the word-guessing aspect.

### About Mathler

A math game called Mathler was created with math aficionados in mind. This game is great for individuals who enjoy the novelty of the idea but not as much the word-guessing aspect.

The goal of the game Mathler makes it perfect for honing your skills: find the hidden calculation that equals the given number. The calculation may incorporate numerical values and mathematical symbols. You will be guided and informed as to whether the chosen signs are positioned appropriately or not by color clues. Play Mathler to sharpen your math abilities while having fun!

### Game guidelines

While Wordle and similar games might initially seem to be very comparable, Mathler is far more challenging.

Each of the six tiles needs to be filled with a number or mathematical operator. With Mathler, you only need the equation; in Nerdle, you also need to guess the solution.

Sadly, because the target number changes every day, you can't employ tactical estimates and some strategic thinking to get by on Mathler.

## How to play

In this math-based Wordle version, players must figure out the "secret computation". The solution in this case is a number, unlike Wordle. Calculate the given number in the six boxes using the numerals 0 through 9 and the symbols +, -, *, and /or.

Because there are so many methods to find the answer every day, it is trickier than it seems. For instance, if the response is 20, the answer can be 1*5+15 or 30-8-2. The challenge is figuring out the right course of action.

The solution can include repeated figures and procedures. A+b+c is equivalent to a+c+b, b+a+c, b+c+a, and c+a+b in Mathler because it also enables commutative solutions. The commutative solution will then automatically be rearranged into the exact solution.