Here’s and example of a **SMART MATH** problem for **ARITHMETIC.**

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How many integer solutions exists for the equation ?

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- Post author By LazyMaths.com
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Here’s and example of a **SMART MATH** problem for **ARITHMETIC.**

How many integer solutions exists for the equation ?

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- Post date May 17, 2014
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Here’s an example of a **SPEED MATH** shortcut for **MULTIPLYING WITH 12 : (Mul) Nx12** from the **MULTIPLICATION** category.

For multiplying any number with 12.

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- There is no real need to add the zero if you can remember to perform same steps for all the digits of the number (including the first and the last).
- Make sure to take care of the carryovers as you add the neighboring digits.

Multiplying with 11: (Mul) Nx11

Multiplying with 13: (Mul) Nx13

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Here’s an example of a **SPEED MATH** shortcut for **DIVIDING 2-DIGIT NUMBER BY 9: (Div) Nd9(2d)** from the **DIVISION** category.

For dividing any 2-digit number by 9.

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- When the sum of the 2 digits is ≥ 9, further divide the sum using this method until you get the sum < 9. Add each Quotient you get along the way to get the final Quotient.
- If the sum of the 2 digits is = 9, add 1 to the Quotient and the Remainder becomes 0.

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- Post date April 30, 2014
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Here’s an example of a **SPEED MATH** shortcut for **MULTIPLYING WITH 999 : (Mul) Nx999 ** from the **MULTIPLICATION** category.

For multiplying any number with 999.

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- The separator should be inserted before the hundred’s (100’s) digit.
- The complement of a number is what you need to add to it to make it up to some specified total – in this case 1000.

Multiplying with 9: (Mul) Nx9

Multiplying with 99: (Mul) Nx99

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- Post date April 2, 2013
- 6 Comments on [Math Puzzle] 3 Digit numbers with even digits

How many three digit numbers are there in which all the digits are even??

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- 18 Comments on [Math Puzzle] Largest Number

What is the largest number you can make using numbers 5, 1 , 9 and 2 only once? (Psst…. it’s not that easy… there is a catch)

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- Post date March 4, 2013
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A team played 10 games and scored 1, 2 3, 4 , 5, 6, 7 8, 9 and 10 points. They lost by 1 point in exactly 5 games. In each of the other games they scored two times the points of its opponent. What is the total score of the opponent in all 10 games?

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- Post date February 25, 2013
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