FOURTH GRADE / MATHEMATICS / ADDITION of NATURAL NUMBERS 1.2
MATHEMATICS IS EASY. PROVIDED THAT ONE WORKS ENOUGH .
ENOUGH IS SKILL DEPENDENT, HAVE TO FIND "ENOUGH" RIGHT FOR YOU.
This is a trivial correspondence problem. 1-1 correpondence is desired and is there in case of no problem.
As you see in ry1, the two sentences have some very important properties in common.
Counting forward without taking care of these commons is waste of time.
Both sentences have 82 letters.
Rational is the common in this case.
Each line segment from corner to corner of the outer rectangle corresponds to a sheep.
The rightmost figure should be easily copmleted to a rectangle/square.
In order to be able to represent 1 to 31 sheep, use of symbols representing 1,2,4,8 and 16 sheep will be enough. By summing these numbers he
may reach to any amount between 1 and 31 !
Now (for Aykhan's case) only one simple figure and use of place/position information is made to represent a definite amount up to 31.
Just making use of place information and no other symbols .
Just here a new symbol of value 32 is needed.
There is no need for advice on crelesness, a student taking an exam concentrates normally.
Odd-even check is of no use in case of carry.
The probability of success is 66 % ...
The ones imply that this sum should be either 3 or 13.
1+9=10, 8+2=10, 3+7=10, 2+8=19 ...
Order is not counted, 6 nad 5 is equivalent to 5 and 6 .
0 is not counted as natural
Computation should be relative to victory-defeat.
The last three terms contribute an 11 .
The number of novels is 1088 .
The sum is 2000 + 44 + 88 .
e.g. 5 alone is such a set. 1 and 4 is another set which is equivalent to 4 and 1, so 1&4 and 4&1 couples form only one set.
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