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# Arithmo Team

## Zoran "Zoki" Pavlović

#### Inventor & CEO

Polymath, Renaissance man, philosopher, and puzzle master, Mr. Pavlovic believes that humans can do whatever we set our minds to and that our capacity for learning is limitless. In his travels around the world, he has encountered and played all types of games, and with Arithmo he has created a truly unique puzzle game that has no equal. Besides Arithmo, Mr. Pavlovic has invented over 100 other games, including the Zoki™ family of games.

## Vojin "Gio" Petrović

#### Development & Design

Multi-lingual in the language of computers, Vojin is known worldwide as The Brain of the Balkans. A one-man band who can program like a team of 30, there is no computer program he cannot learn faster than it takes most of us to find a parking space. A computer wizard and math wunder-kind from the age of 7, his passion is his work and his work is his passion. If the Olympics had a decathlon for computer programming, Petrovic would be Gold Medal Champ.

## Gary "G" Landi

#### Project Manager & Copywriter

An idea man and creative thinker, “G” was a brilliant mind searching for a home when he crossed paths with Zoki Pavlovic. Mr. Landi finds there is a joy and delight in trying to fix the world with words. In doing so, he strives to follow the wisdom of Ernest Hemingway and, “to do your best to write what is true.” Thus if math is truth, than Mr. Landi has found a home.

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I don’t ‘play games’ … I invent them!

Computers are my pleasure, and my pleasure is my work.

It's better to have played and lost, than never to have played at all.

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Основна правила Аритма:

**Да пронађете или убаците у мрежу три суседна броја која када се заједно израчунају резултирају Еквом-X.****Еква и Eква-X**су термини који једноставно значе решење једначине. На пример: 2 x 4 -1 = 7**(Еква-7)**- У Аритму, једначина се прави од 3 конектована броја на мрежи.
- Постоји 5 типова мрежа: Circle, Hexagon, Rhombus, Square, Triangle. Each game has a diagram illustrating how connections should be made in its specific grid.
- Numbers are calculated together using only addition, subtraction, multiplication and division,
*with or without parenthesis.*

If a combination of arithmetic functions is used than keep in mind the following order of operations you learned in math class:

Rule 1: *First perform any calculations inside parentheses, if they exist.*

Rule 2: *Next perform all multiplications and divisions*

Rule 3: *Lastly, perform all additions and subtractions*

The order of operation rules are demonstrated in the examples shown below:

(8 – 5) x 7 = 21 (**Equa-****21**)

8 x 12 ÷ 6 = 16 (**Equa-****16**)

6 x 3 + 5 = 23 (**Equa-23**)

11 + 12 ÷ 4 = 14 (**Equa-14**)

Each Arithmo puzzle employs the basic rules, but it will also have its own set of specific rules. Please read all the rules carefully for maximum benefit and enjoyment.

Arithmo Basic Rules:

- To find or insert in a grid three adjacent numbers that when calculated together result in an
**Equa-X.** **Equa and Equa-X**are terms that simply mean the result of a mathematical equation. For example: 2 x 4 -1 = 7**(Equa-7)**- In Arithmo, an equation is made by connecting three adjacent numbers in a grid.
- There are five types of puzzle grid shapes: Circle, Hexagon, Rhombus, Square, Triangle. Each game has a diagram illustrating how connections should be made in its specific grid.
- Numbers are calculated together using only addition, subtraction, multiplication and division,
*with or without parenthesis.*

If a combination of arithmetic functions is used than keep in mind the following order of operations you learned in math class:

Rule 1: *First perform any calculations inside parentheses, if they exist.*

Rule 2: *Next perform all multiplications and divisions*

Rule 3: *Lastly, perform all additions and subtractions*

The order of operation rules are demonstrated in the examples shown below:

(8 – 5) x 7 = 21 (**Equa-****21**)

8 x 12 ÷ 6 = 16 (**Equa-****16**)

6 x 3 + 5 = 23 (**Equa-23**)

11 + 12 ÷ 4 = 14 (**Equa-14**)

Each Arithmo puzzle employs the basic rules, but it will also have its own set of specific rules. Please read all the rules carefully for maximum benefit and enjoyment.