Base ten blocks make percentages SUPER EASY to understand. After you watch the videos on the next page some of the problems you may have had with figuring out questions like "27 is what percent of 90?" Or "18 is 30% of what number?" may disappear forever. And you will see why just having that red block made it fast and easy for Dboyz to SEE what they were doing instead of memorizing rules about when to multiply or divide.
Looks like magic but it's not, it's just math made easy, simple and fun: Child's Play.
Here is a short vid telling you what's in store for you after you hit
Get yourself a password and you too could be teaching your eight year old (or even your 5 year old, hard to believe I know) to do percentages in their heads. Problems like 18 is 60% of what Number? Are now "no problem..."
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Percentages concepts are easy and fun to master and as you can see it won't take you long to do it once you have the right tools and this method.
"Yesterday I was going through some of your percentage videos, you made it sooo simple !
Today I was shopping and there was a sale going on Guess what ... I could mentally calculate the price after discount ... I used to think it is too much effort and never attempted in the pastThanks for empowering us with such simple methods." ~GD, India
"Baseball is ninety percent mental and the other half is physical." ~ Yogi Berra
“Mathematics is made of 50 percent formulas, 50 percent proofs, and 50 percent imagination.” ~ Anon
“A recent survey or North American males found 42% were overweight, 34% were critically obese and 8% ate the survey.” ~ Banksey
“There are three types of lies -- lies, damn lies, and statistics.” ~ Benjamin Disraeli
More math quotes.