The addition chart, subtraction and division charts, and the infamous times tables, are all filled with intriguing patterns.
Although not all math questions need you to find a pattern, it is how Einstein, Stephen Hawking, and many other prominent minds considered mathematics.
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Let’s say students must find the sum of 393 and 89.
They should quickly see that adding 7 onto 393 will equal 400 — an easier number to work with.
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