# maths

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SOME INTERESTING ARITHMETICAL FACTS...that's cubism for you...

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As with any other science in the world, math has its own secrets. But for some reason, our teachers never told us about them. Everything could be so much

Easy Subtraction With No Regrouping

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Submitted by Sav2718: “ A part of a big list of cool number facts I’ve posted a few months ago (https://www.facebook.com/notes/gur-keren/cool-number-facts/590025287678630), many of which I discovered...

Al igual cualquier otra ciencia, las matemáticas tienen sus secretos. Pero por algún motivo, en la escuela nadie nos lo cuenta. ¡Y eso que nos hubieran hecho la vida más fácil!

Number Searches! Directions: Cut apart the number searches so each student gets one-fourth of the page. Choose a number you want students to find addends for. Write this number in the blank center box. Students can find addends vertically, horizontally or diagonally. (I usually keep the middle num...

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I don't think i ever knew this... i always used the (ex. 9x3= the number below the # being multipled by 9 .. like 2 then the second number is whatever is added to get 9 ... answer 7)... hope that makes sense lol :)