Math: Tips, Tricks, and Shortcuts (Notes)

Rubik's Cube, color scheme modified, with shad...

Rubik’s Cube, color scheme modified, with shadow and reflection (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This PDF file I found on the internet, from the website, is extremely helpful. If you go through it, it will make arithmetic easier for you. The file includes ways to remember which numbers are divisible by which, how many prime numbers there are from 1 to 100, and various other shortcuts.

NOTES – Tips, Tricks, and Shortcuts

Do check it out… You won’t be disappointed! 🙂


15 thoughts on “Math: Tips, Tricks, and Shortcuts (Notes)

  1. ananthi says:

    well:-) can you give the tips of good presentation in the answer sheet? how can we present the big answers ? my son usually to write too long for big questions…:-) can u give some sample answer for each subject…


  2. Dhruv says:

    hello I’m appearing in boards this year
    My problem is that I’m not able to complete my maths paper on time in my two pre boards I have appeared but I knew the solution of every question so please give me some tips so that next time I can complete my whole paper on time
    please help me

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi there,

      Thank you for stopping by the blog.

      We would suggest that your son keep practicing, beginning with solved examples from the prescribed textbook and then moving on to the exercises. Ask him to solve those questions and mark the ones where he has doubts so that he may later ask them to his Math teacher. Encourage him to approach his teachers to clarify his doubts and to ask questions in case he doesn’t understand something.

      Also, he should keep a note of any silly mistakes that he may be making so that he doesn’t make them again in the future. One way to keep check on silly mistakes is to make a list of probable silly mistakes or errors, e.g. calculation mistake, adding instead of multiplying, forgetting a step, skipping a step, etc.

      Hope this helps! If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to ask. We would be happy to provide any guidance needed. Keep visiting!


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