1. Multiplication

• Multiply 8 by 4.

•
Solve this equation by
adding the number "8" to the original "8" three times.

• 8+8+8+8=32

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. Square roots and cube roots

• 5² = 5*5=25

• 4³√ =4*4*4=64

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• Multiply 8 by 4.

• 8+8+8+8=32

2. Division

• Divide 10 by 2.

3. Fractions

• Add 1/5 and 1/6.

4. Algebra

• 20 (x) = 20x

• 4(x+3y) = 4x+12y

• 5(2y-7x) = 10y-35x

5. Square roots and cube roots

• 5² = 5*5=25

• 4³√ =4*4*4=64

6. Making it easy to learn higher multiplication

• If you have learned to multiply "9" by any number up to 10 but had to multiply 9 times 11, what would you do?

• Let's say you already know that 9 times 10 is 90. To reach the next level, all you would need to do is add 9 to what you already have.

• Do: 9x11

• Done? The answer is 99. 9x10=90, 90+9=99, 9x11=99

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