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Math-a-magician?

General Tips for Studying Mathematics

1. Go To Class regularly

2. Get to Class On Time.

3. LISTEN During Class.

4. Take Good Notes.

5. Ask Questions.

6. Listen When Others Ask Questions.

7. Review Notes After Class.

8. Make a Set of Index Cards.

9. Learn The (Proper) Notation.

10. Get Into A Study Group.

11. Note Due Dates.

12. Budget Adequate Time For Studying/Homework.

13. Do Homework After Each Class.

14. Do Homework Without Notes and Book.

15. Do More Homework.

16. Practice, Practice, Practice.

17. Persevere Keep Old Homework and Exam Papers.

18. Don’t Forget Your Textbook.

19. Seek Help If You Need It.

20. Seek Help If You Need It . You should always do the best that you can

and strive for the best grade that you can possible get.

Study Tips for Math

1. Always read math problems completely before beginning any

calculations. If you "glance" too quickly at a problem, you may

misunderstand what really needs to be done to complete the problem.

2. Whenever possible, draw a diagram. Even though you may be able to

visualize the situation mentally, a hand drawn diagram will allow you to label

the picture, to add auxiliary lines, and to view the situation from different

perspectives.

3. Do not feel that you must use every number in a problem when doing your

calculations. Some mathematics problems have "extra" information. These

questions are testing your ability to recognize the needed information, as

well as your mathematical skills.

4. Remain confident! Do not get flustered! Focus on what you DO know, not

on what you do not know. You know a LOT of math!!

5. If you are "stuck" on a particular problem, go on with the rest of the

test. Oftentimes, while solving a new problem, you will get an idea as to

how to attack that difficult problem.

6. In certain problems, you may be able to "guess" at an approximate (or

reasonable) answer. After you perform your calculations, see if your final

answer is close to your guess.

Any Questions?

Fear of Maths is only mental

I suggest:

1.Instead of saying DIVIDE BY 2, say HALF/HALVE IT.

2.Instead of saying MULTIPLY it by 2, say DOUBLE IT.

3.Never use more than two digit numbers to prove the

working of a method.

4 .Show the more interesting sides of maths, for example,

show the beauty of the table of nine (which really looks

cute, simple and well arranged).

After these small things, leave the person to grow up inside

herself, by herself. They’ll start with small victories, and

keep gathering courage for bigger ones. Maths is easy and

beautiful up to a certain level. Let’s all enjoy this beautiful,

universal language.

Tough Multiplication

If you have a large number to multiply and one of the

numbers is even, you can easily subdivide to get to the

answer:

32 x 125, is the same as:

16 x 250 is the same as:

8 x 500 is the same as:

4 x 1000 = 4,000

Assorted Multiplication Rules

Multiply by 5: Multiply by 10 and divide by 2.

Multiply by 6: Sometimes multiplying by 3 and then 2 is easy.

Multiply by 9: Multiply by 10 and subtract the original number.

Multiply by 12: Multiply by 10 and add twice the original number.

Multiply by 13: Multiply by 3 and add 10 times original number.

Multiply by 14: Multiply by 7 and then multiply by 2

Multiply by 15: Multiply by 10 and add 5 times the original number, as

above.

Multiply by 16: You can double four times, if you want to. Or you can

multiply by 8 and then by 2.

Assorted Multiplication Rules

Multiply by 19: Multiply by 20 and subtract the original number.

Multiply by 24: Multiply by 8 and then multiply by 3.

Multiply by 27: Multiply by 30 and subtract 3 times the original

number

Multiply by 17: Multiply by 7 and add 10 times original number.

Multiply by 45: Multiply by 50 and subtract 5 times the original

number

Multiply by 90: Multiply by 9 (as above) and put a zero on the right.

Multiply by 98: Multiply by 100 and subtract twice the original number.

Multiply by 99: Multiply by 100 and subtract the original number

When solving absolute value inequalities: if the

absolute value is greater than a number you must

use the conjunction (OR),

when the absolute value is less than a number you

must use the conjunction AND.

To remember this just remember two words "GOR"-

"LAND," which translate into "G(greater)OR" and

"L(less than)AND."

When I introduce this topic I tell students that

we are about to enter "GOR-LAND." (no political

implications intended)

Simple Multiplication Verification Method

Always reduce computations to a single digit.

43

x 92

3956

Add the digits of multiplier i.e. 9 + 2 = 11

then reduce to a single digit 1 +1 = 2

Multiply 2 x 7 = 14 then reduce to a single digit 1 + 4 = 5

Add 3+9+5+6 = 23 then reduce to a single digit 2 + 3 = 5

Both numbers (5) are equal, therefore multiplication is correct

Formulas For Easy Remberence

A=(pi)r^2 Apple pies r square

A=(pi)r*r Apple pies r round

C= (pi)d Cherry pie delight

I=prt I "am" p-r-t

pronounced I am pretty

rt = d rt are d

pronounced retard

Quadratic formula : "X equals to

negative b Plus or minus the square root,

Of b squared minus four a c All over 2 a"

supplementary and complimentary angles

Supplementary and complimentary angles are angles that equal 90

degrees and 180degrees, but they get confused as to which is which.

They also know that 90 degree angles are right angles.

So I tell them that a compliment is the right thing to do, and right angles

equal 90degrees, therefore complimentary angles are two angles that

equal 90 degrees.

A. Then they know that 180 degrees is the other one, supplementary.

"Complementary" - early in the alphabet, so = 90degrees.

B. "Supplementary“ - later in the alphabet, so = 180degrees.

Triangle Names

angles equal.

o Isosceles triangles have 2 sides and

o 2 angles equal.

o Scalene triangles have 0 sides and 0 angles

equal.

o So, to remember them in that order, EIS, "Eat

ice slowly"

Two given lines cut the coordinate

axes in four concyclic points or not

just see whether the product of coefficients

of x in both the equations is equal to that of

coefficients of y.

ax+by+c=0 and bx+ay+d=0

they cut the axes in concyclic points.

Metric Measurement

my milli

cat centi

died deci

unusually unit

drinking deca

hot hecta

ketchup kilo

Example

Convert 10 decameters to centimeters.

Set up the columns as shown below

so that the ones column comes under deca.

Move the decimal point to the

right of the column with centi.

Add zeros until you are under centimeters.

That is your answer.

Kilo hecta deca unit deci centi milli

1 0

Kilo hecta deca unit deci centi milli

1 0 0 0 0

i.e. 10 dam = 10 000 cm

“King Henry Died Monday Drinking Chocolate Milk"

Km Hm Dam M Dm Cm Mm

To convert...3.75 Hm = ______ Cm

It is 4 jumps to the right from Hm to Cm,

Simply move the decimal 4 jumps to the right.

3.75 Hm = 37,500. Cm

0.59 Dm = _______ HmI

It's 3 jumps to the left from Dm to Hm,

Simply move the decimal 3 jumps to

the left .

0.59 Dm = 0.00059 Hm

TO FIND SQUARE OF A 3 DIGIT NUMBER

SQ (XYZ) is calculated like this.

STEP 1. Last digit = last digit of SQ(Z)

STEP 2

carryover from Step 4.

TO FIND SQUARE OF A 3 DIGIT NUMBER :

EXAMPLE :

SQ (431)

STEP 1). Last digit = last digit of SQ(1) =1

STEP 2). Second Last Digit = 2*3*1 + any carryover from STEP1

=6

STEP 3). Third Last Digit 2*4*1+ Sq(3) + any carryover from STEP2

= 2*4*1 +9= 17. so 7 and 1 carryover

STEP 4). Fourth last digit is 2*4*3 + any carryover (which is 1)

= 24+1=25. So 5 and carry over 2.

STEP 5) . In the beginning of result will be Sq(4) + any carryover

from Step 4. So 16+2 =18.

So the result will be 185761.

Special Numbers

Andrew Jackson was the 7th president, elected in

1828 to two terms. Then tack on the 45-90-45 right triangle.

• pi - first eight digits of pi by K.Mahadevan,PGT

to get the first eight digits of pi,

count the number of letters in each word of this phrase:

• May(3) I(1) have(4) a(1) large(5)container(9) of(2)

coffee(6)?

PROFIT AND LOSS :

by Y% , the final change % in the price is given by the following

formula.

Final Difference % = X- Y – XY/100.

cost price and then decreased by 25% of the new price . On

selling, the profit for the dealer was Rs.1,000 . At what price was

the T.V sold.

From the above mentioned formula you get :

Final difference % = 40-25-(40*25/100)= 5 %.

So if 5 % = 1,000

then 100 % = 20,000.

C.P = 20,000

S.P = 20,000+ 1000= 21,000.

EXAMPLE 2 :

The price of T.V set is increased by 25 % of cost

price and then decreased by 40% of the new price . On selling,

the loss for the dealer was Rs.5,000 . At what price was the T.V

sold?

From the above mentioned formula you get :

Final difference % = 25-40-(25*45/100)= -25 %.

So if 25 % = 5,000

then 100 % = 20,000.

C.P = 20,000

S.P = 20,000 – 5,000= 15,000.

TRY THESE

TIME AND WORK:

1. If A can finish work in X time and B can finish work in Y time

then both together can finish work in (X*Y)/ (X+Y) time.

work in S time then B can finish work in (XS)/(X-S) time.

then they all working together will finish the work in

(XYZ)/ (XY +YZ +XZ) time

together in S time then :

C can finish work alone in (XYS)/ (XY-SX-SY)

B+C can finish in (SX)/(X-S)

and A+ C can finish in (SY)/(Y-S)

PERCENTAGE

much % should the consumption be reduced so that the

expense remain the same.

TYPE 2 : Price of a commodity is decreased by r %. By how

much % can the consumption be increased so that the expense

remain the same.

Solution :

TYPE1 : (100* r ) / (100+r)

TYPE 2 : (100* r ) / (100-r)

Example

much % should the consumption be reduced so that the

expense remain the same.

much % can the consumption be increased so that the expense

remain the same.

Solution :

TYPE1 : (100* 60 ) / (100+60) = 37.5 %

Geometry

1) Apollonius theorem could be applied to the 4 triangles

formed in a parallelogram.

2) Area of a trapezium = 1/2 * (sum of parallel sides) * height

= median * height

where median is the line joining the midpoints of the oblique

sides.

WD2 WB2 WC2 WA 2

Then if three circles be drawn inside this triangle touching

each other then each’s radius = a

2 3 1

Successive discounts

Suppose in 1999 population increases by x% and then in

2000 by y% xy

so the population in 2000 now is ( x y )

more that was in 1999. 100

Suppose in 1999 population decreases by x% and then in

2000 by y% xy

so the population in 2000 now is ( x y )

less that was in 1999. 100

In 1999 population increases by 10% and then in 2000 by

5% so the population in 2000 now is 10+5+(50/100)=+15.5%

more that was in 1999.

If there is a decrease then it will be preceded by a negative

sign and likewise.

Fibonacci Addition Trick

Step 2: Form a Fibonacci sequence for ten numbers

Example, I choose number 5 for my first number

and 6 for my second number.

Then I add the numbers to get a Fibonacci sequence.

5+6 gives my 3rd number which is 11;

6+11 gives me my 4th number which is 17.

The entire sequence is as follows:

1st – 5,2nd – 6, 3rd – 11, 4th – 17,5th – 28,6th - 45

7th – 73,8th – 118, 9th – 191,10th – 309.

What is the sum of all these 10 numbers? (6 seconds)

The answer will also be 803.

Trick: Multiply 7th number by 11 and the answer is 803.

(It is true is any set of ten Fibonacci numbers)

Conversion of Fraction into Decimals and Percents

Fractions Decimals Percents

1/2 .5 50%

1/3 .3 33.3%

2/3 .6 66.6%

1/4 .25 25%

3/4 .75 75%

1/5 .2 20%

2/5 .4 40%

3/5 .6 60%

4/5 .8 80%

1/6 .16 16.6%

5/6 .83 83.3%

1/8 .125 12.5%

3/8 .375 37.5%

5/8 .675 62.5%

7/8 .875 87.5%

1/9 .1 11.1%

1/10 .1 10%

1/11 .09 9.09%

1/12 .083 8.3%

1/16 .0625 6.25%

1/20 .05 5%

1/25 .04 4%

1/50 .02 2%

Labeling Right Triangles

Let’s put it all together.

Given that angle B is the reference angle, here is how

you must label the triangle:

B (ref. angle)

hypotenuse

adjacent

A C

opposite

Labeling Right Triangles

Let’s put it all together.

Given that angle C is the reference

angle, here is how you must label the

triangle:

B

hypotenuse

opposite

A C (ref. angle)

adjacent

TRIGONOMETRY

There are three ratios that you need to

learn:

sin

opp

cos

adj

tan

opp

hyp hyp adj

This is next to the angle

A PHARSE TO REMEMBER THE ABOVE

DEFINITION OF TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS

opp

SOME OLD HORSES sin

hyp

adj

CAN ALWAYS CAN HEAR cos

hyp

opp

TREIR OWNER’S APPORACH tan

adj

Math Magic – Trick 1

Pick a number… any number! (keep it a secret

though) say x

Add 1 to that number i.e. x+1

Multiply by 3 i.e.3x + 3

Subtract your ‘secret’ number i.e. 2x +3

Add 5 i.e. 2x + 8

Divide by 2 i.e. x + 4

Subtract your secret number. i.e. 4

The answer is always 4

Everyone needs a little humor in their life

Especially mathematicians

Trick1.Viral Math

Challenge : Can you find the answer to this problem?

Trick:2.

Write down a three digit number. The first and third digits must

differ by more than one. Example: 264

Now reverse the digits to form a second number. we get 462.

Subtract the smaller number from the larger one. 462 - 264 = 198

Now reverse the digits in the answer you got in step 3 and add it to

that number. : 891 + 198 = 1089

Fast Multiplication

Select a four-digit number Example : 2345

Any 4 digit number is multiplied by 10001.what will be the answer ?

Do you know the answer is amazing?

The answer will be the given four digit number is written twice in

the same order .

2345 10001 = 23452345

Since 10001 = 73 x 137, 2345 73 137 = 23452345

abcd 73 x 137 = abcdabcd.

Entering a four-digit number twice (23452345) will be divisible by

73, 137, and the original four-digit number.

1234 73 137 = 12341234

Can you tell me 26852685 is divisible by 73?

Can you tell me 81948194 is divisible by 137?

Can you tell me 38293829 is divisible by 3829?

Fast Multiplication/Division

Select a three-digit number Example : 234

Any 4 digit number is multiplied by 1001.what will be the answer ?

Do you know the answer is amazing?

The answer will be the given three digit number is written twice in the

same order .

234 1001 = 234234

Since 1001 = 7 x 11 13, 234 7 x 11 13 = 234234

abc 73 x 137 = abcabc.

Entering a three-digit number twice (234234) will be divisible by 73, 137,

and the original three-digit number.

123 7 x 11 13 = 12341234

Can you tell me 685685 is divisible by 7?

Can you tell me 194194 is divisible by 13?

Can you tell me 829829 is divisible by 829?

Can you tell me 529529 is divisible by 11?

Fast Multiplication/Division

Any 2 digit number is multiplied by 10101.what will be the answer ?

Do you know the answer is amazing?

The answer will be the given two digit number is written thrice in the same

order .

23 10101 = 23 2323

Since 10101 = 21 x 37 13, 23 3 7 x 37 13 = 232323

ab 37 x 13 21 = ababab.

Entering a two-digit number thrice (232323) will be divisible by 37, 13, 7, 3

and the original two-digit number.

12 3 7 x 37 13 = 121212

Can you tell me 686868 is divisible by 7?

Can you tell me 191919 is divisible by 13?

Can you tell me 828282 is divisible by 82?

Can you tell me 525252 is divisible by 7?

Can you tell me 757575 is divisible by 21?

MISSING DIGIT TRICK

STEP 3 :Ask them to subtract this number from the original one.

STEP 4 :Ask them to select any digit from this new number and strike it

out, without showing you.

STEP 5 :Ask them to add the remaining digits and write down the answer

they get. Example: 8+3+9+7+0+7+0 = 34

STEP 6 :Ask them to tell you the number they get (34)

and you will tell them which number they struck out.

TRICK Hate 8 *

Multiply the number by 9.

7 x 9 = 63

•Multiply the answer by 12345679 (no 8)

63 x 12345679 = magic!

Select another number say 6

6 x 9 = 54

54 x 12345679 = 666666666

1 x 9 x 12345679 = 111111111

2 x 9 x 12345679 = 222222222

3 x 9 x 12345679

4 x 9 x 12345679

5 x 9 x 12345679

9 x 9 x 12345679

Dice Magic*

Find three dice and a friend. Turn your back.

Ask your friend to roll the three dice so that you can't see the

resulting numbers.

Multiply the number on the first die by 2.Add 5.Multiply by 5

* Add the number on the second die .Multiply by 10

*Add the number on the third die. Subtract 250 .

Now you are able to tell numbers on the top of three dice.

Now for your magic prognostication.

Example

(5 x 2 + 5) x 5 + 3 x 10 + 4 -250 = 534

Now you are able to tell numbers on the bottom of three dice.

i.e. 243

Magic happens...all the time!

Calculating Dice*

Roll the three dice and write down this number.

Repeat this number.

2. Now roll one dice and multiply your number by this roll.

3. Divide this number by 11

Divide this number by 13

Divide this number by your single dice roll and divide by 7

4. Magic happens!

5. The magic is the three digit number appeared on three dice

6. Example: 123, 123123

7. 123123 x 5 = 615615

8. 615615/11= 55965, 55965/13 = 4305. 4305/5=861 , 861/7=123

Roll Them*

Ask your friend to roll the dice without revealing to you the numbers

Subtract 25

71 - 25 = 46

4 = first die

6 = second die.

Mobile number Trick

1)Insert in the first five digits of your phone number (not the area code)

Example : 94456

Add 1 7556480 +1 = 75564801

18891202500 + 06533 = 18891209033

18891209033 + 06533= 18891215566

6)Subtract 2500

18891215566 - 2500 = 18891213066

18891213066 / 2 = Magic phone number = 9445606533

Math mentalism to amaze everyone

1- Ask a participant to choose a four digit number

2- Write down your prediction.

3- Ask participant to choose another four digit number

4- Write down your own number under the participants number.

5- Ask participant to choose another four digit number.

6- Write down your own number under the participants number.

7- Total the five numbers.

8- Show your prediction and exchange high fives!

You are now a Mathalism specialist.

Example:

i. 2345

ii. 22343

iii. 7123

iv. 2876

v. 5690

vi. 4309

vii. 2345 + 7123 + 2876 + 5690 + 4309 = Answer in step ii

Dice Math Trick

i.

1)Use three dice.

2)Have a friend roll the dice and then stack them one on top of the other.

3)Tell your friend that you can not see five faces of the dice.

4) The 5 numbers you cannot see are :

i)the bottom of the top dice; the top of the second dice

ii) the bottom of the second dice; the top of the last dice

iii) the bottom of the last dice

You will now predict the total of the five hidden numbers.

5)In your head subtract the very top face of the three dice from 21.

Reason is

7) The sum of the numbers of opposite faces on each die is 7

The Locker Problem

As 500 students enter a school, they pass lockers

that are numbered from 1 to 500. The first student

opens every locker; the second student closes every

second locker; the third student changes the

position of every third locker (by opening the

closed lockers and closing the open lockers); and

the fourth student changes the position of every

fourth locker. This pattern continues for all 500

students. Which lockers are open after all students

enter the school?

The Hat Problem

There are 100 people lined up on the steps of a stadium, each on

a different step, all looking down toward the field so that they

can see everyone in front of them, but no one behind them. Each

person will be given either a red or black hat. We do not know

the total number of red or black hats. Each person will not be

able to see the color of his own hat (or the ones behind him), but

will be able to see the colors of all the hats in front of him.

Starting in the back, the last person will be asked what color hat

he is wearing. If he guesses correctly, he will live; if he guesses

incorrectly, he will be shot immediately. The second to last will

be asked, and so on, until we reach the person on the bottom

step. Each person will be able to hear what all the people behind

him say, and will also be able to hear which people behind him

were shot.

The Hat Problem

Before we begin this process, the 100 people may meet to

discuss a strategy. They can plan whatever they want, but

once the line-up begins, they may no longer confer. At each

person's turn, he may only say "black" or "red," and no

other words -- if he says anything else, all 100 people will be

executed. He may also not use tone of voice, volume, etc.,

to convey any meaning -- this will be detected and they will

all be shot.

of people? What is this number?

A Familial Math Equation

A mother is 21 years older than her son

In 6 years, she will be 5 times older than him

A Familial Math Equation

Let x = the age of the mother (in years)

Let y = the age of the son (in years)

x = 21 + y

x + 6 = 5(y + 6)

Therefore,

(21 + y) + 6 = 5(y+6)

A Familial Math Equation

y + 27 = 5y + 30

5y – y = 27 – 30

4y = -3

y = -3/4

Remember that y is expressed in years…

The obvious solution may be correct,

but where’s the fun in always being right?

Math Quiz Answers

1) There are 8 apples on the table, you take away 3. How

many do you have?

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2) There are 10 birds in a field. If 2 are shot, how many

are left?

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3) Take away the first letter, take away the last letter,

then take away all the other letters. What do you have

left?

The mailman

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4) If you have 4 melons in one hand, and 7 apples in the

other - What do you have?

Big hands

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5) A box holds nine ears of corn. A squirrel carries out

three ears a day, but it takes him nine days to carry out

all the corn. Why?

in addition to his own two ears

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6) Why do white sheep eat more than black sheep?

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7) It takes 7 men 2 hours to build a wall. How long does it

take 3 men to build the same wall?

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8) I have 2 coins in my hand that add up to 60 cents.

One of the coins is not a half dollar. What are the

coins?

one (the dime) is not a half dollar

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9) A man wanted to plant 4 trees, but all 4 had to be

equal distances from each other. How did he do it?

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10) A fisherman was asked the length of the fish he had

caught. He said "it is 30 cms plus half its length.“

How long was the fish?

60 cms

Math Quiz Answers

11) What comes next in the following sequence ?

1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11,...

Math Quiz Answers

12) In a scientific context, what could the following

phrase mean?

“How I want a drink, alcoholic of course, after the

heavy chapters involving quantum mechanics…”

π = 3.14159265358979…

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