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# Really Want to be Good at Math? Yes?

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Here's a brief list of what you can gain from this unique course:

- Improve your number sense and eliminate silly mistakes with this amazingly simple exercise
- The best place to start learning real math problem solving (Hint: it's not algebra word problems)
- Why some simple imagination is the key to doing dazzling advanced subtraction
- The amazing number splitting techniques for breaking large calculations into easy nibbles
- What's the fastest way to add a long column of figures?
- In a math exam? Here's how to bring in an "independent checker" without talking to anyone
- How this special easy type of thinking is the key to understanding difficult math concepts
- The complex geometric shapes that let you quickly and finally master difficult fractions
- A very different way to do multiplication tables - perfect for driving them into your memory and understanding how numbers work
- Follow these two amazingly simple steps and you know your multiplication tables up to 15 x 15 instantly

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- How each multiplication table has a beautiful geometric pattern - perfect for the visual type learner - and how these beautiful patterns reveal something extraordinary about mult tables
- Do this one thing and you can read off the answer to any size of subtraction
- Why a magical property of the number 9 makes it the easiest multiplication table to remember
- A completely different way to check subtractions, so easy you can do it mentally
- Detailed step-by-step instruction into one of the most useful but little-used skills in mental calculation
- The best way to think about numbers
- How to add numbers the easy way using this one little technique
- The easiest most basic way to subtract numbers

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- How to add and subtract two double-digit numbers in your head... and an even easier method to do this mentally
- How to add from right-to-left and from left-to-right
- How a bunch of dots can teach you the basics of geometry
- Why two steps are faster than one when adding numbers
- Why "completing the whole" lets you add long strings of numbers at lightning speed
- How to subtract without "borrowing" and "paying back"
- How to calculate the "hidden number" within every number
- A simple way to do the most common type of division
- How to add up several numbers in one go
- An important concept to develop your understanding of multiplication tables
- How to double, quadruple and oct-uple numbers at a glance
- Multiply fractions the vedic way in your head
- How to multiply sums like 76 x 8 in your head in a flash - and how to check your answer mentally too

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- The rules of numbers and how to eliminate confusion when you're talking figures to someone on the phone
- Why the mysterious 9-point circle and the "invisible 9" help you do math more easily
- One of the most powerful formulas for subtracting numbers in your head - all the exceptions and special situations covered to make you a math master
- How large subtractions can be easy as "one less one more"
- How combining two simple techniques lets you do a notoriously "difficult" type of subtraction in your head
- The simple 5-letter word that lets you understand everything about fractions
- Warp speed fraction addition: top heavy, whole ones, left overs, all explained in 2 minutes 54 seconds
- Left to right fraction subtraction - see how fraction subtraction is really done
- How to divide fractions explained with ingeniously simple circles
- Why you automatically know many more multiplication tables than you realize when you learn this one simple technique

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- Advanced problem-solving explained step-by-step
- What is an area? You think you know this? Think again.
- How to multiply the big stuff like hundreds and thousands easily
- Division explained in 6 words
- Increase your number sense with this very different way of thinking about division
- The real explanation of why a well-known division trick works - anyone can do a trick, but the real math is in knowing how and why it works
- How looking ahead can make math much simpler
- The special quiz lets you see for yourself what factors a number has - including the two-most commonly missed ones - and why factors are so important
- How arranging a few rectangles lets you see clearly what factors are all about
- The one question that always gets asked about prime numbers
- How to find the HCF and why this is an important concept
- All you need to know about angles in one simple lesson
- How to develop an eye for angles and estimate the correct number of degrees every time
- The one rule you must know about finding angles to become a geometry whiz

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- Why 3 common mathematical terms are really saying the same thing - and why this makes math much easier to understand
- How to know if a number is divisible by another number... without actually dividing
- What the 9-point circle teaches you about divisibility
- Supercharge your math thinking with this simple exercise - just follow the process and you'll change the way you think about math forever
- How and why a well-known multiplication trick really works... plus... the little-known division shortcut everyone misses
- The one thing you really, really need to know about algebra
- The most basic equation of all time - and why it's critical to everything that comes after it
- How a few simple lines and some semi-circles lets anyone finally "get" Algebra
- The two most important lines in geometry and how to use them
- How to describe the position of any point or shape in Geometry
- The special shorthand mathematicians use for geometric shapes

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- The 4 types of triangles, how they evolve, and how to tell them apart at a glance
- How to talk the language of geometry: points, lines, vertices all explained telling you just what you need to know fast
- The many types of quadrilaterals demystified - plus, the relationships between them explained
- 2 questions commonly asked in math exams about quadrilaterals finally explained
- 3 things you need to know about diagonals
- How to add and subtract decimals in your head - and avoid the common mistake many people make leading to the wrong answer
- The amazingly simple Vedic technique to convert difficult multiplications into smaller easier ones - works for ALL multiplications
- Why the Vedic quick "two-step" lets you instantly know multiplications up to 20x20 - and you can prove it yourself
- What base multiplication is and why it neatly lets you avoid carrying large numbers perfect for large and supposedly "difficult" multiplications
- The lightning multiplication technique - how to multiply two numbers mentally with this one technique
- How a simple twist to what you already know can let you perform dazzling 3x3-digit multiplications in your head
- What a single small square can show you about one of the most important number sequences around
- How "expanding squares" lets you understand this important number pattern - and the special notation use to describe it
- How a simple experiment with a few bean counters can unlock the mysteries of this essential number sequence
- 4 special types of numbers you really need to know about - recognize them and you'll be streets ahead in any math test

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- What is the most overlooked concept in Geometry
- How movement can give you an "eye" for Geometry
- Why all Geometry stems from this one thing
- How 3 interconnected rings can teach you what you really need to know about circle geometry
- How many lines of symmetry does this shape have? This is another math exam favorite - and a great way to train your visualizing skills
- Key math terms explained - often the difference in hitting the high marks is knowing the right words
- The various types of numbers and why you need to know these definition
- How to eliminate the larger digits 6, 7, 8 and 9 from calculations - Unbelievable? It's true!
- "What's the missing angle" type problems explained in 3 minutes flat
- Learn the special shorthand mathematicians and scientists use all the time - so you can progress in your chosen career

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- A fascinating fact about numbers - share this one with your kids and get them excited about math
- How to solve common math problems involving ratios
- All about metric units - what they are and how to convert them
- How to calculate areas of triangle and rectangle composites - plus rectangles with cut-out sections
- And how to calculate areas of mixed shapes, like hallways or rooms with odd floor plans (hey - the world isn't always square or rectangular)
- How to figure the volume of 3d shapes - including complex shapes
- How to calculate volumes of liquid - all the lingo explained: metric and imperial
- Specific technique to do rapid rounding to level of accuracy required - perfect for saving time, getting the big picture on news reports, statistics, accounts, rough calculations
- Master the special type of rounding used by Scientists - essential knowledge for exams and technical careers
- How to round to so many decimal places, and how to handle those tricky zeros...
- Uncover the secrets hidden in a famous triangular number pattern... from one of the most famous mathematicians in history (no it's NOT Pythagoras)
- The simplest way to understand the essence of algebra, plus all the algebra terms: coefficients, simplifying, expressions, terms

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- How to add & subtract algebraic elements
- How to work with brackets, and why we use them in equations
- Master critical algebra skills like factorizing and substitution... and solve equations without breaking a sweat
- Multiple Substitutions - how to produce sequences using an equation
- How to use proportion to extend your multiplication skills
- Doubling and Halving - one of the most useful techniques for mental math
- Top-Heavy Fractions - basics of converting top-heavy fractions to mixed numbers
- How to find any fraction of a number
- How to change large fractions into smaller ones - another essential skill
- How to find what fraction one number is of another
- How to easily switch from fractions to decimals to percentages... and back... in fact any direction you want
- Quickly work out any percentage in your head

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- How to create your own equations to solve sequences (better than manually calculating the one thousandth number in a sequence...)
- Coordinates made simple
- How to work out the equations of vertical and horizontal lines
- How to find the formula for a sloping line
- How to get the gradient from the equation of the line
- How to say what the equation of a line is by looking at its graph
- How to know whether a fraction is greater than a decimal or not
- All about recurring decimals and the special way of writing such numbers
- What block recurrers are and how to write them
- How to solve four types of "one step" equations... and then the "two step" and "three step" variety
- Why You can do anything you like to an equation as long as you obey this timeless law of mathematics
- How to use equations to solve "what's the missing angle" problems in semi-circles, circles, and triangles

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- Four types of mathematical "transformation" you need to know
- How to rotate shapes around a point - another great visualization exercise
- Meet "the moving multiplier technique" - a great way to picture the mental multiplication process
- Understand basic probability, what it means, and how to work it out (there's more to this than tossing a coin)
- The probability scale - two simple numbers you need to know
- How to work out mathematically the exact chances of various events occurring
- Plus: the formula for calculating probability based on experiments
- All about how to add algebraic powers - what this means and why the technique works
- How to divide algebraic terms containing powers
- What binomials and trinomials are, and how to multiply them using a simple vedic pattern
- Why one number appears to defy standard divisibility checking... yet it can be done and here's how
- Get your compass bearings correct with this guide to angles in action
- How to multiply two 4-figure numbers mentally from left to right
- The order of operations in mathematics and why this essential to get the correct answer

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- How to use multiplication and division together for simpler calculations
- How to square 3, 4, and 5-figure numbers using this special technique
- How to multiply decimals by decimals... and get the decimal point position correct
- Why there are three types of "average" and how to figure each one
- A fascinating way to multiply two numbers by finding their average first
- How to tell whether a number is a square number - without doing a square root
- How to calculate a cube root without a calculator
- How to easily convert temperatures in Centigrade to Fahrenheit and vise versa
- How to divide one number by another... by only dividing the first digit
- How to solve equations that involve fractional answers
- How to deal with equations with x-terms on both sides... and how this can easily be done mentally with a little practice
- How to translate a mathematical problem into an equation, which can then be solved

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- What quadratic equations are, and how to solve them
- You'll see the proof of a formula that connects the angles and the number of sides in a polygon... and how to use that formula to get the angle sum of a polygon or the number of sides
- How to solve questions involving the angles in polygons
- How to get the interior angle of a regular polygon with a known number of sides... and how to find the number of sides given the interior angle
- How to find angles formed by diagonals inside regular polygons
- What tessellations are and how to describe them mathematically
- What is meant by similar figures and how they are described
- How to solve questions about similar figures
- What nets are and the names of various solid forms
- Meet a special formula first devised by a Swiss mathematician... and how it connects the numbers of faces, vertices and edges in a shape
- What networks are and how the Swiss formula applies to them too

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- How to increase or reduce a number by a given percentage
- How to find the percentage profit or percentage loss when something is bought and sold
- How to work out how much interest you get on an investment
- And how much interest you get on an investment when you get "interest on your interest"
- Two important formulae for finding the distance around the edge of a circle
- How to find the length of an arc of a circle... and the perimeter of a sector
- How to add and multiply from left to right
- How to multiply numbers and give answers to any degree of accuracy
- How to find the area of a circle using a simple formula
- How to find the area of a sector of a circle
- How to calculate areas of other shapes
- How to spot isosceles triangles associated with a circle
- See an important relationship between a radius and tangent... and how to use it to answer questions about angles in circles

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- How to give the equation of a line knowing where it crosses the x and y-axes
- How to predict where a line will cross the axes by looking at the equation of the line
- See what a parabola is... and the equations and graphs of various parabolas
- How to solve some quadratic equations... and what it means graphically
- How to find the square root of a product of several numbers using the laws of powers
- See a nice formula for finding the area of any triangle knowing the lengths of the sides
- What the incircle is... and how to find its radius
- What loci are .... and how they can be drawn
- Understand arithmetic mean... arithmetic sequence.... harmonic mean... harmonic sequence... geometric mean... geometric sequence
- Inequalities... and how to solve them
- What speed is... the different units it can be measured in.. and how to calculate speeds... including average speed
- How to calculate distances and times

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- How speeds can be shown on a graph... and how to interpret travel graphs
- How to easily convert kilograms to pounds, and pounds to kilograms
- How to easily add Sales Tax to a price
- How to multiply "feet and inches" using a special Vedic math pattern
- You’ll see what units, both metric and imperial, large areas are measured in... and how to work out areas in those units
- How to find the total area of the surface faces of a cuboid
- How to cube numbers close to a base number
- How to calculate the area of a trapezium.... a prism... a pyramid...
- How to use conversion graphs to convert from one unit to another unit

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- How to think about vectors and why they're useful
- The 2 ways to describe vectors
- How to multiply a vector by a number, what this means, and how to simplify vectors
- How to add vectors and multiples of vectors
- What simultaneous equations are... and how to solve them
- How to multiply one of your simultaneous equations
- How we can use substitution to solve simultaneous equations
- How to easily solve a special type of simultaneous equations
- How to solve more complex equations
- How the osculation process works
- A circle theorem that lets you find unknown angles
- Another circle theorem connecting the angles from before to the angle at the center

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- How to estimate the square root of a number
- How to square 2-figure... 3-figure.... and 4-figure numbers
- How to find the square root of a perfect square number
- Another circle theorem about the angle in a semicircle
- What a cyclic quadrilateral is
- How to extend the square rooting method to deal with the square root of any number
- 3 important "identities" and how to use them
- How to write a quadratic expression as the product of two binomial factors
- How to find speeds in circular motion... like calculating the speed of a person at the Earth's equator
- How to solve quadratic equations
- How to differentiate an algebraic expression
- How to get the discriminant of a quadratic expression

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- What Pythagoras' Theorem is and how to use it to find an area or the length of a side
- How probabilities can be worked out for two or more events, like choosing certain cards from a pack
- How probabilities can be worked out for two or more events when the probability is changing
- How to apply Pythagoras' Theorem to answer questions involving isosceles triangles
- See that there are many situations in which we can apply the theorem of Pythagoras
- See that Pythagoras' Theorem has an inverse theorem that is also true ... and how this can be used
- See what a triple is and how it describes a right-angled triangle
- See some different types of number... and what is meant by a perfect triple
- See what surds are... and how manipulate surd quantities

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- How to solve number puzzles
- How being able to represent numbers algebraically can mean you can prove results about numbers ... like how to prove that the sum of two odd numbers is always even
- Understand business formulae: how formulae can be used to predict profits, costs and so on
- How to find the production level that minimizes costs
- How to find the price that maximizes profit or revenue
- How to divide a large number in one line
- The mathematics of music: How the musical scale works... and how to find frequency of a note from the previous frequency
- How to properly name the three sides of a right-angled triangle
- Basic Trigonometry and the Three Simple Formulae you need to know
- How to find an angle of a right-angled triangle when you know only the lengths of the sides
- How trigonometry can be applied to solve practical problems... like finding the height of a building
- Coordinate Geometry and how to find the distance between two points
- How to find the gradient of a line given the coordinates
- How to find the equation of a line given two points on it
- How to find the gradient of a curve at a given point on it

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