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To do this trick: 1. Ask your victim to pick any number they want and to keep it to themself. 2.Tell them to multiply it by two. 3. Tell them to add an even number of your choice [2,4,6,8,etc]. 4. Now tell them to divide it into two. 5. Tell them to subtract the number that they picked in the begining. Their answer will be half the even number you picked in step three

You shoes size can tell your age by doing some simple math. Take your shoe, multiply by 50, add 50, multiply by 20, add 1013, and subtract the four digit year you were born. The first two numbers will be your shoe size and the last two numbers is your age.

Sure, I could certainly help you with your math if you told me what the problems were.

Subtract one expression from the other. If they are equivalent, the answer is zero.

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If you always subtract the smaller value from the larger one, the number that you tell other people lets them know how much the mass changed, but it doesn't tell them whether the mass increased or decreased as time passed.

Right under where it says mail, wait for the page to load, it will say the time in Military time. What you have to do is Subtract 12 from the hour and it will get you the real time. If you live in America, it will be on UK time, so then, you will have to subtract 4 hrs. Have fun with all of that math!

You should use your calculator for such simple sums. It is far quicker and involves fewer key depressions than posting the question on WA. I could tell you the answer but how can you be sure that I did not make a mistake? Or that I am not messing about?

Pick any number. Multiply by 6. Add 13. Subtract 7. Divide 3. Divide 2. Then subtract by the original number you chose. Your result will always be 1. Tell a friend to mentaly multiply their age by 2. Tell them to add 14 then divide 2. Ask your friend what number they currently have. Now, you mentally subtract 7 from the number they tell you, then you'll know your friend's age.

Subtract the year you were born in from the current year. If you have had your birthday the answer is your age. if not, subtract one.

Tell me about it! Pesky old math, always sticking its big ugly nose into things... Math does not "interfere" in physics. Math is necessary in order to understand physics. and maths is not boring subject. It is important subject which will help u in every field of science.

Ways to improve math understanding: 1. try doing flash cards every day for at least 10 minuets 2. go to sylvan (they cost $200) 3. tell your family (they can always help you) 4. tell your teacher (if you're not homeschooled)

It means to tell what the formula is

I am sorry to tell you but I did some research there is no such thing as Washington Math.

To do this trick: 1. Ask your victim to pick any number they want and to keep it to themself. 2.Tell them to multiply it by two. 3. Tell them to add an even number of your choice [2,4,6,8,etc]. 4. Now tell them to divide it into two. 5. Tell them to subtract the number that they picked in the begining. Their answer will be half the even number you picked in step three

That's hard but I think you should tell him you have a boyfriend