# Tips and tricks

Concept: Difference unchanged in AGE If Father is twice of my age, the difference between us will be 1unit (55-13=42) Hence, I will be 42 years old when Father is double my age. 42 – 13 = 29 The answer is 29! Have you got the correct answer? đ Remember to share it to clear […]

Today’s math tip is applicable across all levels as this kind of question have been getting more and more popular over the years! Using “Rainbow method” known as Gauss Method by a famous Mathematician (Carl Friedrich Gauss), pair the numbers in sequence. Basic: What is the sum of 1 to 10? 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10 = ? Pair […]

Hint: Solve the multiply/divide before addition/subtraction! There are more than 1 solution to this question! P.S: This math question went viral as this question is set for 8 years old students in Vietnam

Rules to Remember for Fractions Proper/Improper Fractions Change common denominator for NON MIXED NUMBER fractions. When changing to common denominator, REMEMBER TO MULTIPLY top and bottom number using the SAME multiples. Change/Multiply IN the question/sum itself, do not separate them. Attempt to the working/solutions when doing problem sum and change denominator when you need to. […]

Did you know: there is a quicker way of solving questions with multiplication of 11 even if it is 345 multiply by 11? While the digit 1-9 is easy to multiply by 11, there is a math trick for any numbers that multiply by 11! Eg: 1 x 11 = 11 2 x 11 = […]

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Shortage and Surplus Step-by-Step approach (P3-P5 Question) Over the years, our trainers have identified such question to be a common question for exams. Shortage and Surplus happens when there are two scenarios in one question. How to solve it through our Matrix Method step-by-step approach? Read on to find out! Example: Yenni wants to buy […]

Is your child wasting too much time on guess-and check-questions or having problems identify such questions? Is your child having difficulties with headings of guess and check table? Look no further! Here’s a 4 simple step-by-step approach (Assumption/Supposition Method) to solve such questions! How to identify such question? In a standard supposition question there will […]

Area and Perimeter questions will certainly be tested in SA2. There are many types of challenging Area and Perimeter questions that can be tested. We have identified one of them. Question: John had a rectangular pool with an area of 48 mÂ˛. The length of the pool was thrice the breadth of the pool. He […]

A Common P4 Challenging SA2 Math Concept Before & After – 1 Unchanged with further cutting of model. Question: In a basket of pears and apples, there were half as many pears as apples. John added 21 more pears into the basket. As a result, there were 3â4 as many pears as apples. Find the […]