Thursday, September 7, 2017


1. Multiplication
Multiply 8 by 4. 
Solve this equation by adding the number "8" to the original "8" three times.

2. Division
Divide 10 by 2. 
Reduce 10 as many times as you can above the division line then reduce 2 as many times as you can under the division line. 
You should come up with 5/1. 
10 is divided by 2 five times. 

3. Fractions
Add 1/5 and 1/6. 
Multiply the first fraction by 6 and the second fraction by 5 before adding each fraction.  
6/30 + 5/30 = 11/30
Subtract 3/9 from 7/9. 
7/9 - 3/9  = 4/9 

4. Algebra 
20 (x) = 20x
4(x+3y) = 4x+12y
5(2y-7x) = 10y-35x

5. Isn't
writing out everything in your equation tedious?
When adding long numbers, you can save time by doing a mental trick instead of writing out everything in your equation. 
For example, if you had to add 61 and 88, you could add 0 to 6 and add 0 to 8 in your head then mentally combine 60 with 80 then mentally add the 1 in 61 and the 8 in 88 together. 
Do: 61+88. 
Done? The answer is 149.

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