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Oh!! Apples are 20, oranges are 10, lemons are 3, so orange plus apple times lemon.. of course, PEMDAS states i must first multiply so 60+10 is 70

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All the digits of pi visualized on one page David Reimann | Bridges Math Art Galleries

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If You're Bad At Math, It's Because You Didn't Learn These 11 Simple Tricks

If You're Bad At Math, It's Because You Didn't Learn These 11 Simple Tricks

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This set of interactive logic puzzles will have kids begging for more! Easy to use, these pattern block puzzles help kids think logically, while learning about shapes. Laminate to use over and over again!

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Matchstick puzzles (and solutions): Fun for all ages! Can use crafting sticks, pretzel sticks or toothpicks as the manipulatives.

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Once Upon A Number: The Hidden Mathematical Logic Of Stories by John Allen Paulos What two things could be more different than numbers and stories? As ways of understanding the world around us, numbers and stories seem almost completely incompatible.Once Upon a Number shows that stories and numbers aren't as different as you might imagine, and in fact they have surprising and fascinating connections.