Add in memory
We repeat many times that not all of us can be athletic “eagles”. Others need to concentrate to count, and others do it instinctively. Some people need a calculator, others just need a piece of paper and a pencil, and others just count in their heads. Every one of us is different and that’s not a bad thing.
Counting mentally helps you think!
Although not everyone can do it, it is worth trying to practice it. This supports our thinking and logical thinking processes. It also improves decision-making and brain performance. Of course, it is worth remembering not to overwork our brain during these exercises, as this may end up being counterproductive.
Can you count by heart?
We have prepared an additional test especially for you. Try not to use a calculator and paper for “bar” calculations! Can you solve all the calculations we have given in your head? check it!
Vicki Gabor on school and grades – Math is the hardest
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