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How to Multiply Using the Lattice Method
The Lattice Method of Multiplication The lattice method has a number of different names, including: Gelosia, Sieve, Shabakh, Venetian Squares, Hindu Lattice. I discovered it the other day when my son was struggling to multiply decimals using the grid method. … Continue reading
Multiplication Grid, The Grid Method of Multiplication and Multiplying Decimals using the Grid Method
Video 1– Multiplication Using the Grid Method (whole numbers). I think this is about the best video I’ve seen to explain multiplication using the grid method (see video 2, below, for multiplying decimals using the grid method): Video 2– Multiplying … Continue reading
How to Divide Fractions, Including Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
Most people imagine that dividing by a fraction will be very complicated but it’s really quite straightforward. You just have to “flip” (a technical maths term) the dividing fraction by swapping the top number (the numerator) with the bottom number … Continue reading
How to Multiply Fractions, Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
Multiplying fractions is considerably easier than adding or subtracting fractions. When you add or subtract fractions you have to first find a common denominator and then convert the fractions so that they have that common denominator. When you multiply fractions, … Continue reading
How to Subtract Fractions in 5 Simple Steps
The method for subtracting fractions is very similar to the method for adding fractions. The key point is that you have to make the denominators (the bottom numbers) equal before you carry out the subtraction. There are 5 simple steps … Continue reading
Adding Fractions in 5 Simple Steps
Adding fractions (if they have different denominators) is not something you can easily work out how to do. You have to know a method. The method is not difficult and becomes second nature with practice. Fractions with different denominators are … Continue reading
How to Learn Your Times Tables Fast
The Maths GCSE exam includes a whole section where you are not allowed to use a calculator. It really helps, if you not only know your times tables, but are also very quick. Many people learn times tables up to the … Continue reading
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