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How Japanese Kids Learn To Multiply In Primary School (6 pics)

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  • 24 Jan, 2013  |
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1 How Japanese Kids Learn To Multiply In Primary School (6 pics)


2 How Japanese Kids Learn To Multiply In Primary School (6 pics)


3 How Japanese Kids Learn To Multiply In Primary School (6 pics)


4 How Japanese Kids Learn To Multiply In Primary School (6 pics)


5 How Japanese Kids Learn To Multiply In Primary School (6 pics)


6 How Japanese Kids Learn To Multiply In Primary School (6 pics)


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№1 Author: bowlervtec (24 Jan 2013 03:14) Total user comments: 1366


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yeah, i'll still use my calculator. thanks!
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№2 Author: Pedro_Sanchez (24 Jan 2013 04:46) Total user comments: 119


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nothing like making things hard
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№3 Author: adzhoe (24 Jan 2013 07:07) Total user comments: 14991


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The best way to do that is you
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№4 Author: commanderjin (24 Jan 2013 16:13) Total user comments: 34


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that looks quite complicated :15:
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№5 Author: choochwhocharlie (24 Jan 2013 18:40) Total user comments: 1966


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I don't get it but I like it when it's hard too.
!,000 posts.
Thank you AC
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№6 Author: Lu (24 Jan 2013 20:45) Total user comments: 15096


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Too tough for me. Used to do calculations with my finger.
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№7 Author: Cooks (24 Jan 2013 21:21) Total user comments: 249


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This is the Napier's bones method. But with extra, complicating lines
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