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MATH TRICKS Page 1

Try this: y y y y y y y Take 15 x 13 for an example. you will be able to multiply any two numbers from 11 to 19 in your head quickly. I will assume that you know your multiplication table reasonably well up to 10x10. First add 15 + 3 = 18 Add a zero behind it (multiply by 10) to get 180.Multiply Up to 20X20 in Your Head In just FIVE minutes you should learn to quickly multiply up to 20x20 in your head. Then draw the shape of Africa mentally so it covers the 15 and the 3 from the 13 below. Those covered numbers are all you need. With this trick. without the use of a calculator. MATH TRICKS Page 2 . Multiply the covered lower 3 x the single digit above it the "5" (3x5= 15) Add 180 + 15 = 195. Always place the larger number of the two on top in your mind.

5__7 . Notice the hole between them! Add the 5 and the 4 together (5+4=9) Put the resulting 9 in the hole 594... 5+7=12 . That's it! 11 x 54=594 y y y y y The only thing tricky to remember is that if the result of the addition is greater than 9..... put the 2 in the hole and add the 1 from the 12 to the 5 in to get 6 for a result of 627 . just add a 0 behind the number) but do you know the 11 rule? It is as easy! You should be able to do this one in you head for any two digit number.. For example 11 x 57 . Separate the two digits in you mind (5__4). Practice it on paper first! To multiply any two digit number by 11: For this example we will use 54..The 11 Rule You likely all know the 10 rule (to multiply by 10. 11 x 57 = 627 Practice it on paper first! MATH TRICKS Page 3 . you only put the "ones" digit in the hole and carry the "tens" digit from the addition.

put 25 behind it .. 55 squared = 5x6=30 ... Result the answer 625. = 7x8=56 . is 3025.. put 25 behind it is 5625.. y Try a few more 75 squared . Another easy one! Practice it on paper first! MATH TRICKS Page 4 ...Square a 2 Digit Number Ending in 5 For this example we will use 25 Take the "tens" part of the number (the 2 and add 1)=3 y Multiply the original "tens" part of the number by the new number (2x3) y Take the result (2x3=6) and put 25 behind it..

The reminder tells you the day. 86 divide by 4 is 21. It means that every date in February will be 3 days later than the same date in January(28 is 4 weeks exactly). Sunday Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday Saturday 0 1 2 4 5 6 Wednesday 3 Answer: Monday MATH TRICKS Page 5 . Divide the last 2 digits of the year by 4. Step5: Find out the number of leap years. January February March April May June July August October 0 3 3 6 1 4 6 2 0 September 5 November 3 December 5 Step1: Ask for the Date.Day of the Week January has 31 days. June is 4. Step3: Take the date of the month. Ex: 23rd June 1986 Step2: Number of the month on the list. that is 23 Step4: Take the last 2 digits of the year. Step6: Now add all the 4 numbers: 4 + 23 + 86 + 21 = 134. Remember this table which will help you to calculate. that is 86. Step7: Divide 134 by 7 = 19 remainder 1. The below table is calculated in such a way.

y Answer: 1360 + 9 = 1369 MATH TRICKS Page 6 . y Double it mentally to 680 y y y y y y Double it again mentally to 1360 This 1360 is the FIRST interim answer. Add the two interim answers to get the final answer. 37 is "3" away from the 10 boundary 40. Square this "3" distance from 10 boundary. 3x3=9 which is the SECOND interim answer. for this example 37: Look for the nearest 10 boundary y y y In this case up 3 from 37 to 40. y y Now mentally multiply 34x40 The way I do it is 34x10=340.Square 2 Digit Number: UP-DOWN Method Square a 2 Digit Number. Since you went UP 3 to 40 go DOWN 3 from 37 to 34.

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