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Number Properties - Tricks, not just for kids.

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I've looked around the wiki and the forum, but I couldn't find any definitive lists.

I am looking for simple tricks with regards to numbers, such as:

even + even = even
even x odd = even

etc.

I know that it's easy enough to do a simple example rather than memorize them. Sometimes, though, the 7-800 questions rely on 4 or 5 of these little tricks (e.g., oddxevenxeven+odd), at which point it seems easier just to memorize the tricks.

Can anyone point me to such a list of rules/tricks?

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Re: Number Properties - Tricks, not just for kids. [#permalink] New post 22 Jul 2008, 07:27
Get the Manhattan Number Properties Book.
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Re: Number Properties - Tricks, not just for kids.   [#permalink] 22 Jul 2008, 07:27
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