"A fascinating and useful book. I recommend it." —Jaime Escalante (of Stand and Deliver fame) Hiram W. Johnson High School will fascinate students of all ages. A resource 'must' for all math programs." —Howard Wang, Founding Director of Sierra Canyon College Preparatory School
"The tips and tricks were really cool." —Liz Matthews, age 12, Anacapa Middle School
Packed with 50 tricks and tips that let you add, subtract, multiply, and divide in a flash, makes math easier and more fun than you've ever imagined. You won't need a calculator, or in many cases even a pencil, to come up with the correct answers. Just a few simple shortcuts will have you solving basic problems in record time.
will not only amaze you, it will also help you at school and in your daily life. Most of all, you'll have plenty of fun along the way!
If you have a kid who LOVES math, s/he'll love you showing the techniques in this book. These look a bit irregular compared to the text books, but it's good math. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Margaret M. Trousdale
if you have young children or grandchildren — say age 9 on up —
do consider presenting this arithmetricky charmer to them. Read more
Similar to Brainetics and other type products that teach you the tricks of Math. My kids enjoyed, and who doesn't love a book that makes kids smarter!Published 5 months ago by KLR
Great educational book. It should be a "must" to have in schools to engage children in these "magical" formulas. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Yolita de Houston
It was everything I expected. It arrived promptly from Seller and the price was right. It is a wonderful book for children from Grade 1-Grade 3.Published 10 months ago by Everett Campbell
I loved that we could install this both on my daughter's Android tablet and my Android phone so we could use it when we had free time while traveling. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Roland Wooster
I am half way through the book, and I love it. The math tricks are so easy to do. This book would help every child and adult (who is not well-versed in numbers)! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Joy Casey