Magic Maths solves Mathematics problems amazingly fast, easy and accurate. The algorithms have striking differences from the current conventional formulas such as solving problems in 1 line, within a short time, without the use of calculator and even solving the mentally.
Magic Maths’s algorithms synchronized both right and left brain thus unleash the creativity and confidence to solve mathematics problems. These tutorials give examples of simple applications of the algorithms, to give a feel for how the Magic Maths system works. They are based on the work of Selvaraju and are a work in progress. For a more complete coverage of the basic uses of the algorithms, we recommend you study the DVD and modules.
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ALGORITHM 1: ALL FROM 9, LAST FROM 10
With this algorithm, you will develop a skill that enables you to think about a problem repeatedly until you find its solution, then come to terms with it and understand it.
ALGORITHM 2: TRANSPOSE AND APPLY
Reverse thinking provides unusual thinking method to each solution which ordinary thinking methods cannot achieve. As creative thinking requires a special flow of ideas, reverse thinking can help you to create a solution using unique thinking methods.
ALGORITHM 3: BY MERE OBSERVATION
By mere observation is a pattern that create an ability to think and see a problem in a whole even though the whole is not there. This algorithm enables you to look a problem or solution as a whole.
ALGORITHM 4: LEFT TO RIGHT CALCULATION
Left to right calculation to train the students to think the right side of the brain that process information visually and intuitively with a tendency to depend on big-picture thinking. This algorithm solves calculations from left to right, boosting the right-brain thinking which has a number of important implications.
ALGORITHM 5: VERTICALLY & CROSSWISE
Everything interacts with everything else, everything is connected. This algorithm relates to decision making and evaluation. In assesing something, you weigh up all its aspects, perhaps giving strengths to each of them and then finally coming to a decision by summing all these results.