Cool Math Tricks

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This is an Amazing Math Card Trick. We still don’t understand why it works. You’ll blow people away with it if you follow the directions.

The Final 3 - Amazing Math Card Trick

WATCH my REVISED video for this trick https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJ8VA9ICq8Q One of the most amazing card tricks revealed if you follow this Incr...

Japanese Multiplication Trick Confirmed = Holy Freaking Crap It Works! This is really cool.

Japanese Multiplication Trick Confirmed

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Cool math trick with your hands. multiplication on your hands. - YouTube

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Making It As A Middle School Teacher: math    A cool math trick with measuring tape

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Japanese multiplication method... How to ??? Could help those visual learners, or those with dyscalclia..my 15 yr old daughter has this condition.

Japanese multiplication method... How to ???

This Japanese Multiplication Method Will Divide Your Brain By Zero .... COMO MULTIPLICAN LOS JAPONESES?? http://www.blogneotech.com/2010/12/como-multiplican-...

Basic Math Trick (Multiplication by Counting). Cool Lines Trick

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This is how I learned my multiplication facts and still use it to this day!!- cool finger trick to remember any multiplication fact for 6-10

Russian multiplication

Russian farmers are said to have used this method to multiply numbers between 6 and 10. The fingers are numbered from 6 to 10. Any couple can then be multiplied. Emily shows off her nice nails:) To multiply 7 & 8 you put the fingers representing the numbers against each other. The fingers that touch and those below represent tens. In this case 50. The other fingers are multiplied and then added to the numbers we got on the lower fingers. Three times two is six and added to the tens you get 6…