Squaring Numbers
Multiplying Numbers
Dividing Numbers
 any by 0.125
 2 digits by 1 1/9
 2 digits by 1 1/8
 2 digits by 1 1/7
 2 digits by 1 1/6
 2 digits by 1 1/5
 2 digits by 1 1/4
 2 digits by 1 2/7
 2 digits by 1 1/3
 2 digits by 1 2/5
 2 digits by 1 3/7
 2 digits by 1 1/2
 2 digits by 1 3/5
 2 digits by 1 2/3
 2 digits by 1 3/4
 2 digits by 1 4/5
 2 digits by 2 2/9
 2 digits by 2 1/4
 2 digits by 2 1/3
 2,3 digits by 2 1/2
 2 digits by 2 2/3
 2 digits by 2 6/7
 2 digits by 3 1/8
 2,3 digits by 3 1/3
 2 digits by 3 1/2
 2 digits by 3 4/7
 2 digits by 4 1/6
 2 digits by 4 2/7
 2 digits by 4 4/9
 2 digits by 4 1/2
 2 digits by 5
 2 digits by 5 5/7
 2 digits by 6 1/4
 2 digits by 6 2/3
 2 digits by 7 1/7
 2 digits by 7 1/2
 2 digits by 8 1/3
 2 digits by 8 4/7
 2 digits by 12 1/2
 2 digits by 15
 2,3 digits by 16 2/3
 2,3 digits by 25
 2,3 digits by 33 1/3
 2,3 digits by 35
 2 digits by 37 1/2
 2 digits by 40
 2 digits by 45
 2 digits by 50
 2 digits by 62 1/2
 2 digits by 66 2/3
 2,3 digits by 75
 2 digits by 83 1/3
 2 digits by 87 1/2
 2 digits by 125
 2 digits by 166 2/3
 2 digits by 250
 2,3 digits by 333 1/3
 2 digits by 375
 2 digits by 625
 2 digits by 875
 3 digits rep./37+41
 6 digits rep. by 15873
 6 digits rep. by 7, then 13
 6 digits rep. by 13, then 11
 6 digits rep. by 7,11,13, subtract 101
 6 digits rep. by 37037 x 5
 mixed numbers by 2
 diff. of squares of 2 consec. 2digit numbers
 diff. of squares of 2 different 2digit numbers
 sqrt of squares of 2digit numbers ending in 1
 sqrt of perfect squares ending in 5
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Dividing a repeating 6digit number by 37037,
multiplying
by 5
 Select a 6digit number repeating number.
 Repeat these digits to make a 6digit number.
 Multiply a single digit by 3, then by 5.
Example:
 If the 6digit repeating number selected is 333333:
 Multiply 3 × 3: 9
 Multiply 9 × 5: 45
 So 333333 divided by 37037 and multiplied by 5 is 45.
See the pattern?
You can expand this exercise by using a different number in the final step.
Example: multiply by 4:
 If the 6digit repeating number selected is 555555:
 Multiply 3 × 5: 15.
 Multiply 15 × 4: 60
 So 555555 divided by 37037 and multiplied by 4 is 60.
By changing the last step you can generate many extensions of this exercise. Be
inventive and create some impressive calculations.
