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1.Finding the Digital Roots by Casting “9” What is Digital root? If we add up the digits of a number until there is only one number left we have found what is called the digital root. In other words, the sum of the digits of a number is called its digital root. Example: For 5674, 5 + 6 + 7 + 4 = 22 and 2 + 2 = 4 » 4 is the digital root of 5674 One use of digital roots is for divisibility tests (like 3 and 9). This method makes it easier to calculate the digital root. Example:

Example: Find the digital root of 257520643

Steps: 1. 2 + 7 = 9, cross out 2 and 7. 2.4 + 3 = 9, cross out 4, 3 and 2. 3.There are no other groups of numbers adding up to 9. 4.Add up the remaining digits, 5 + 5 + 0 + 3 = 13.

Inverse Table Write the multiplication table of 9 and interchange the place value of every number obtained. 3. I look skywards. Observe the pattern. The experience repeats. and so on. so 1 + 3 = 4. By this time the students have caught on and want me to multiply by 8. I do not like him. why does he follow me? In the nine times table below notice that the digits of each product sum to nine. we get 45 which is 4 + 5 = 9 then. If there is nothing left after having cast out nines then the digital root is 9. roll my eyes. 9. How fascinating it is! .The digital root is 4. Why does this happen? Look at how the digits of the product are changing each time. I would like to tell the class that due to some reason (Purani dushmani) I do not like No. by 15.5. and say oh oh he has come again! Then I say ok let me multiply him by 7. 6. 2.13 is more than 9. by 9. so to get rid of him I multiply him by 5.

Do they all have a common divisor? What do the digits sum to each time? Some Examples: You see how fascinating and enjoying it is. then subtract the reverse of its digits. Try it out! 5. Do you think this will also work for three digit number or four-digit number. say 42. 24. the common factor is 9) and the sum of the digits of the difference is always 9.e. In each case the difference is divisible by 9 (i. Look at all the answers you get. from 42 Choose any two digits number and for each one reverse the digits and subtract the smaller number from the larger. Snake eats its own tail Think of a two digit number.Do you think this will work for the table 8? Try! 4. Take 9 and add any number to it. What you have observed: .

just bend over the finger that is multiplied by 9. The fingers that are standing up tell her the answer! . 6. After she enters the numbers and pushes (=) .The sum of the digits of the number added to 9 is always equal to the sum of the digits of the result. Take any four digit number and try the trick. Presentation Tell your friend that she can multiply by 9 on your hands just as she would on a regular calculator. Hand Calculator Your friends are amazed when you magically transform your hands into a calculator and multiply on your fingers! Materials: Pen Preparation Draw these calculator keys on your palms with a ballpoint pen.

7. you are able to divulge the entire answer! Materials A calculator Paper and pencil . Subtraction Sorcery You ask a friend to work a subtraction problem on a calculator. After she tell you one digit of the answer.

ask her to tell you either the first digit or the last digit of the answer. 8. An Exception If your friend tells you that the first digit or last digit is 9. So just subtract what your friend tells you from 9 to get the missing digit.Finally. 99 (099) 198 297 396 495 594 693 792 891 Notice that the middle digit is always 9 and that the sum of the first digit and the last digit is 9. Casting out the Nines . You are now able to divulge the entire answer! How to Do It Here are all the possible answers when you subtract two 3-digit numbers as described. her answer will be 99.

As the remainder – not the number of nines – is what you are after you can arrive at it directly. Here are two examples: Cast the nines from 67 and find the remainder. which amounts to the same thing. dividing by 9 and noting the remainder – can be done in an oddly simple way. or. . when that sum gives a number with two digits the sum of those digits).Casting out the nines – by repeatedly subtracting 9 until a remainder of less than 9 is left. The remainder when a number has been divided by 9 is the same as the sum of the digits (or.

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