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Mental Math: Shortcut Tricks to Improve Number Manipulation Skills 1

Mental Math: Shortcut Tricks to Improve Number Manipulation Skills 1

by David Itanola

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Overview

Math is everywhere; we come across math every day. Number manipulation can be a challenging task, but the good thing is that math problems can be solved in a variety of ways depending on the level of understanding of the learner. Once you understand the underlying tricks to quick manipulation, you can do it in your own way and develop a trusted efficient and flexible method. Even if you are a non-figure person and scare of math, this book can change your orientation and help you to become an instant math genius. You can use the simple techniques in this book to do math faster than a calculator effortlessly in your head, even if you have no inclination for math.

All you need to do is to practice the techniques to get comfortable using them. It may take some time and energy, but the efforts will pay off in the long run.

By reading this book, you will be able to:

• Solve problems using multiple strategies that reinforce number sense, which can be helpful in competitive examinations.

• Learn quicker methods by observing some simple techniques.

• Save some precious minutes in various competitive and standardized tests by employing the tricks and rapid calculation techniques.

• Understand the underline tricks to quick number manipulation thereby develop personal tools in the field of quick calculations.



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ISBN-13: 9781986747882
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/22/2018
Pages: 116
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.24(d)

About the Author

About the author
David Itanola has taught mathematics at various levels for more than 25 years. This book is the result of his extensive research on different techniques and concepts on quick math. Apart from writing on mathematical subjects, David has a penchant for helping people living a productive life.
David holds the master's degree in Mathematics. He is married with three children and enjoys playing the piano and mentoring children

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