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Rapid Math Tricks & Tips: 30 Days to Number Power 1st Edition
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A simple process template is usually applied to each problem:
*Select relevant trick/s.
*Use a ‘Test of Reasonableness’ to correct for any decimals.
This really is practical and by positive feedback after each set of exercises, and encouraging comments from the author, will spur the reader to finish every trick. One weakness would be a rote memory approach, so when confronted with a different problem a student may be left floundering.
To get the most out the book the reader should prove each of the techniques using basic algebra.
The book is a great complement to others in this genre.
my kids loved it and it help them to improve there speed on math, there grades and lower the time spent on home work.
it help me at work, you never know how much math you do in a day in my field of Electronics in till you pay attention that you are not using a calculator. this book makes it so easy to find the answer without a calculator.
I have the second book that is a continuation of this and is a good book too.
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I highly recommend the book.
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I received everything as promised; I am very pleased with this purchase. Highly recommend this seller.Published 9 months ago by Carlos B.
this is my second copy; i gave my other to a friend. it's a great book but i'm not sure that all the types are appropriate for elementary and middle school students.Published 19 months ago by mystery nut
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This book makes my blood boil. Many students and parents will waste hard-earned money on what is little more than a joke book, expecting a text that may give an edge in... Read morePublished on August 7, 2012 by IrateTeacher