23 October 2011

Math Trainer - Addition

Get in some serious addition training.Responds to your answers ... so it will train your weaknesses. Use 3 sessions of 5 minutes each per day for best results. Train yourself to REMEMBER, don't count.

Features of the Math Trainer

Designed for high speed so that you get lots of practice
Remembers your performance (during the session, but not between sessions) so that it gives you more practice on your weaknesses.
Shows you the correct answer if you get it wrong
Timed Workout style just like an athlete would use


If you just want to practice at your own pace, choose "0" minutes, and press "Stop" when you are done.

22 October 2011

Addition in Columns

You can do addition by writing one number below the other and then add one column at a time. Please click play button to see addition animation:

And it works for bigger numbers, too:

But sometimes two-digit numbers can get in the way like this:

THIS is how it should be done:

Did you see how we split the 12 into 1 Ten and 2 Units?
We then sent the 1 Ten to the top of the Tens column, so we will remember to add it when we do the Tens.
And there is a nice clear space for the Tens answer below.

Larger Numbers: Addition in Columns

To add larger numbers, you can use Column Addition : Column Addition


Other names for Addition are Sum, Plus, Increase, Total
  And the numbers to be added together are called the "Addends":

Addition For Children

 Kadang-kadang sangat sukar untuk menyampaikan sesuatu konsep Matematik seperti Operasi Tambah kepada murid-murid yang masih kecil. Bagi membantu guru, banyak bahan-bahan dan media yang boleh digunakan terutamanya video seperti di bawah.

20 October 2011

Addition Table

You can also "look up" answers for simple addition using the Addition Table (but it is really best to learn to remember the answers).

14 October 2011

Have A Try

Drag the numbers to the two blue boxes see how addition works:


Addition is :

bringing two or more numbers (or things) together to make a new total.

Here 1 ball is added
to 1 ball
to make 2 balls:
Using Numbers it is:    1 + 1 = 2
And in words it is: "One plus one equals two"

Example: If you add 2 and 3 you get 5. You would write it like this:   2 + 3 = 5

Write this down, with the answer, using numbers:
You should get:   4 + 3 = 7

Swapping Places

Swapping the position of the numbers you are adding still gets the same result!
3 + 2 = 5 3+2=5
... also ...
2 + 3 = 5 2+3=5

More Examples:
5 + 1 = 1 + 5 = 6
7 + 11 = 11 + 7 = 18
4 + 100 = 100 + 4 = 104

9 October 2011

Addition Song

5 October 2011

Permainan Matematik