The Fact Fluency table in MobyMax features three colors indicating the level of mastery for each fact. Initially, all facts appear white. When a student answers a fact correctly once or twice in a row, the fact turns yellow. After answering correctly three times in a row, the fact turns green. If a student answers a fact incorrectly at any point, the fact returns to its white state, and the count restarts.

Additionally, the percentages displayed on the right side of the table represent the percentage of facts in that row that the student has mastered. Student data in Fact Fluency is viewable at any time and allows teachers to quickly and easily know exactly which facts students have mastered.

## How the Fact Fluency Table is Calculated

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