***MATH TRICKS***
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Hello again,
Im
Im now a
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are some funny but cool tricks my
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year.
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Yes, mathMath can be cool! Don't believe me?? Well, try out the following problems:
I. Directions
1. Think
Think of your
...
in years
2. Multiply your age
Mulitply that by 2
3. Add
Add 10
4. Multiply by
Muliply 5
5. Add #
Add the number of siblings you have
6. Subtract
Subtract 50
Look
Look at your final answer; theanswer. The first 2two digits are
...
of siblings in your family. Have someone else try it! Kind of cool.
II. Directions
Pick a number, any number
Multiply this number by 2
Add 5
Multiply it by 50
If you have already had your birthday this year add 1753. If you haven't, add 1752. (each year these numbers increase by 1. In 2004, you'd add 1754 if you already had your bithday and 1753 if you haven't)
Subtract the 4 digit year that you were born.
RESULT:
You should now have a number, the first digit(s) being your original number and the last two your age!have! :)
I will soon be updating a way to do Exspanded Notation but with divison it makes it a little more complicated.
***MATH TRICKS***
edited
... if you want to read it or look inside it click here
and then click on the copy that says look…
...
if you want to read it or look inside it click here
and then click on the copy that says look inside and double click if that dosen't work then wikimail me because i don't think i linked it right.
Hello again,
Im now a sixth grader, soon to be seventh and i thought the other day that it would be fun to get back on my wikispaces from last year. Here are some tricks my math teacher Ms. Davis teached me this year.
{http://www.edu.pe.ca/rural/class_webs/Math421/calvin-dance.gif}
Yes, math can be cool! Don't believe me?? Well, try out the following problems:
I. Directions
1. Think of your age in years
2. Multiply your age by 2
3. Add 10
4. Multiply by 5
5. Add # of siblings you have
6. Subtract 50
Look at your final answer; the first 2 digits are your age and the last digit is the number of siblings in your family. Have someone else try it! Kind of cool.
II. Directions
Pick a number, any number
Multiply this number by 2
Add 5
Multiply it by 50
If you have already had your birthday this year add 1753. If you haven't, add 1752. (each year these numbers increase by 1. In 2004, you'd add 1754 if you already had your bithday and 1753 if you haven't)
Subtract the 4 digit year that you were born.
RESULT:
You should now have a number, the first digit(s) being your original number and the last two your age!
I will soon be updating a way to do Exspanded Notation but with divison it makes it a little more complicated.