**SPEED FLASH ANZAN –Speed Mental Addition of Numbers Flashing on the Screen**

(5 sequential sets of "Speed Flash Anzan" additions must be correct.)

**Software Used:** "Memoriad™ Flash Anzan™ Software"

This is one of the categories of MEMORIAD™ World Record Attempts.

Since the correct result of adding one set of numbers in one of the ten World Record Attempts (at most ten World Record Attempts can be made in every 24 hours) can be guessed (for high number of flashing numbers) by saying the same number (that is close to average of maximum and minimum of flashing numbers times the number of additions) repeatedly, at each “Speed Flash Anzan” World Record Attempt 5 sequential sets of additions must be correct.

In order to break the “Speed Flash Anzan World Record”;

- The number of flashing numbers must be the multiples of 50 for one-digit numbers. The number of flashing numbers must be the multiples of 25 for two digit numbers. The number of flashing numbers must be the multiples of 15 for three and four-digit numbers. The number of flashing numbers must be the multiples of 10 for more than four-digit numbers. The minimum number of questions for any digits must be 50.
- The score points calculated according to the formula given below must be
__over the existing highest__ “**Speed Flash Anzan World Record****”.**
- Each “Speed Flash Anzan” World Record Attempt is composed of 5 sequential sets of additions. If one of the additions in the sets is wrong, the next “Speed Flash Anzan” World Record Attempt starts.
- "
**Memoriad Flash Anzan Software**" must be used for the World Record Attempts.
- The number of record attempts is restricted to 10 within a period of 24 hours.

**Points = (1/t**^{2}).n.m.2^{(m-1)}

**t :** time interval of flashing numbers in seconds.

**n :** the number of problems or the number of flashing numbers in the question.

**m :** the number of digits of the flashing number.