# NUMBER SENSE MAGIC BY LEO A. RAMIREZ, SR.

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1 NUMBER SENSE MAGIC BY LEO A. RAMIREZ, SR. Multiplying two numbers close to 100 (Both numbers are less than 100) Step # 1 : Step # : Example A : Find the difference of each number and 100. Multiply the result. This product will give the first two digits of the answer (the tens and units digits). If the product is greater than one hundred, carry the hundreds digit to Step #. Subtract the difference of one of the numbers and one hundred from the other number. Add any carryover from Step #1. This result will be the remaining digits of the answer. 95 x 98 = (100-95)(100-98) = 5() = 10 Step # : 95 - (100-98) = 95 - = 93 Answer : 9310 Example B : 89 x 97 = (100-89)(100-97) = 11(3) = 33 Step # : 89 - (100-97) = 89-3 = 86 Answer : 8633 Example C : 96 x 95 = (100-96)(100-95) = 4(5) = 0 Step # : 96 - (100-95) = 96-5 = 91 Answer : 910 Example D : 87 x 88 = (100-87)(100-88) = 13(1) = 156 (Write Down the 56 and carryover the 1 to Step #. Step # : 87 - (100-88) + 1 (carryover) = =

2 76 Answer : 7656 Subtracting whole numbers In teaching students a method for subtracting faster, I recommend that they first practice subtracting two digis at a time. The first examples shown should not require borrowing from the hundreds place. Example A : = 45-3 = 13 Step # : 9-5 = 4 Answer : 413 Example B : = = 13 Step # : 8 - = 6 Answer : 613 Example C : = 36-1 = 4 Step # : 9-5 = 4 Answer : 44 Example D : = 89-5 = 37 Step # : 7-1 = 6 Answer : 637 Exqmple E : = 36-1 = 15 Step # : 57-5 = 5 Answer : 515 Example D : =

3 9-18 = 11 Step # : = 4 Answer : 411 Now students need to learn how to handle situations where borrowing from the hundreds place is required. Example A : = Step #1: Try to find the difference of the first two digits of each number (the tens place and units place), If the number being subtracted is larger than the other number, find the difference of this number and one hundred and add this to the other number (100-88) = = 5 Step # : Find the difference of the next two digits less 1. (74-59) - 1 = 15-1 = 14 Repeat Step #1 and Step # if necessary Answer : 145 Example B : = 67 + (100-95) = = 7 Step # : (9 - ) - 1 = 7-1 = 6 Answer : 67 Example C : = 05 + (100-79) = = 6 Step # : (8 - ) - 1 = 6-1 = 5 Answer : 56 Example D : = 56 + (100-88) = = 68 Step # : (87-75) - 1 = 1-1 = 11 Answer : 1168

4 Example E : = 3 + (100-91) = = 3 Step # : (76-59) - 1 = 17-1 = 16 Answer : 163 Example F : = 37 + (100-65) = = 7 Step # : (65-3) - 1 = 33-1 = 3 Answer : 37 Example G : = 87 + (100-95) = = 9 Step # : (31-6) - 1 = 5-1 = 4 Answer : 49 Example H : = 3 + (100-83) = = 40 Step # : (96-75) - 1 = 1-1 = 0 Answer : 040 Example I : = 38 + (100-69) = = 69 Step # : (56-3) - 1 = 33-1 = 3 Answer : 369 Example J : = 59 + (100-85) = = 74 Step # : (78-67) - 1 = 11-1 = 10 Answer : 1074

5 CHANGING FROM BASE 10 TO ANOTHER BASE Example A : 45 base 10 = base 6. The first digit of the answer (from right to left) is eq ual to the remainder when you divide the given number by the base = 7, remainder 3. Write down the 3. Step # : Divide the quotient in Step #1 by the base. The remainder Is the next digit of the answer. 7 6 = 1, remainder 1. Write down the 1. Continue dividing the quotient of the previous step by the base, always writing down the remainder until the final digit of the answer is found. 1 6 = 0, remainder 1. Write down the 1. Answer : 113 Example B : 73 base 10 = base 9. The first digit of the answer (from right to left) is eq ual to the remainder when you divide the given number by the base = 8, remainder 1. Write down the 1. Step # : Divide the quotient in Step #1 by the base. The remainder Is the next digit of the answer. 8 9 = 0, remainder 8. Write down the 8. Answer : 81 Example C : 38 base 10 = base 4. The first digit of the answer (from right to left) is eq ual to the remainder when you divide the given number by the base.

6 38 4 = 9, remainder. Write down the. Step # : Divide the quotient in Step #1 by the base. The remainder Is the next digit of the answer. 9 4 =, remainder 1. Write down the 1. Continue dividing the quotient of the previous step by the base, always writing down the remainder until the final digit of the answer is found. 9 = 0, remainder. Write down the. Answer : 1 Example D : 69 base 10 = base 6. The first digit of the answer (from right to left) is eq ual to the remainder when you divide the given number by the base = 11, remainder 3. Write down the 3. Step # : Divide the quotient in Step #1 by the base. The remainder Is the next digit of the answer = 1, remainder 5. Write down the 5. Continue dividing the quotient of the previous step by the base, always writing down the remainder until the final digit of the answer is found. 1 6 = 0, remainder 1. Write down the 1. Answer : 153

7 Special problems n =, Rule : n(n + 1) Example A : =. 10(10 + 1) = 110 = 55 Example B : =. 19(19 + 1) = 380 = 190 Example C : =. 15(15 + 1) = 40 = n =. Rule : n(n + ) 4 Example A : =. 0(0 + ) 4 = 0 ( ) = 10(11) = 110 Example B : =. 14(14 + ) 4 = 14 ( 16 ) = 7(8) = 56 Example C : =. 4(4 + ) = 4 4 ( 6 ) = 1(13) = 15

8 = (mixed number) Find the sum of the digits of the given number. This will be the numerator of a fraction whose denominator is 9. If the result is a proper fraction write this as part of the answer. If the result is an improper fraction, convert it into a mixed number ; write down the fractional part, then carry the whole number part to Step # = 7 9 Step # : Find the sum of the hundreds digit and the tens digit (plus any carryover from Step #1). This is the units digit of the answer. (4 + ) + 0 = 6 The hundreds digit of the number being divided by 9 (plus any carryover from Step #) will be the tens digit of the answer = 4 Answer : Example A : = (mixed number) = and carryover the = 4 3 = ; Write down the 1 3 Step # : (carryover) = (no carryover) = 4 Answer : Example B : 53 9 = (mixed number) = 10 9 = ; Write down the 1 9

9 and carryover the 1. Step # : (carryover) = (no carryover) = 5 Answer : Example C : 46 9 = (mixed number) = 1 = = and carryover the 1. 3 ; Write down the Step # : (carryover) = (no carryover) Answer : Example D : = (mixed number) = Step # : (no carryover) = (no carryover) = 3 Answer :

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