Want to impress your friend? Do you know Math can work like magic, except better? We have some simple Math tricks that can be used every day. It will seem as if you are reading minds of your friends and leave them surprised! Besides this, it will help you to simplify complicated Math calculations and put an end to your Maths related fear with these magical math tricks.

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Here is a collection of 10 Math tricks you can learn to trick your friends and make yourself fall in love with the subject of numbers.

**Trick 1: The Answer for Anything Would be 37**

- Step 1: Choose a three-digit number with the same digits. Let’s go with 333.
- Step 2: Add the digits together. So, 3 + 3 + 3 = 9.
- Step 3: Divide the original number with this sum. So, 333 / 9 = 37.
- Step 4: This works every single time.

**Trick 2: Amazing magic of number 1089!**

- Step 1: Choose any number, like 537.
- Step 2: Now the digits require to be ordered in descending order, 753. This is your 1st number.
- Step 3: Replace or rearrange the same digits in the ascending order, 357. This is your 2nd number.
- Step 4: Subtract the 2nd from the 1st, which will give us the answer, 753 – 357 = 396.
- Step 5: Now change the order of digits of the answer to getting the number, 693.
- Step 6: Let’s add both the numbers, 396 + 693 = 1089!

**Trick 3: And the answer will always be 15**

Yet another trick that makes you turn to the number 15 no matter what number you choose.

- Step 1: Think of a number, such as 279.
- Step 2: Multiply it by 3. So, 279 x 3 = 837.
- Step 3: Now add 45 to the answer. So, 837 + 45 = 882.
- Step 4: Multiply the answer by 2. So, 882 x 2 = 1764.
- Step 5: Divide this answer by 6. This will give you 1764 / 6 = 294.
- Step 6: Subtract your original number from this answer.
- Step 7: That makes it 294 – 279 = 15. Surprising, right?

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**Trick 4: Guess the age of your friend **

- Step 1: Take the year your was born, let’s say 1985
- Step 2: Add 12 to the year.(1985 + 12 =1997)
- Step 3: Divide by 2.(1997/2 = 998.5)
- Step 4: Subtract 1000 from the answer in the step 3.(1000 – 998.5=2.5)
- Step 5: Multiply by the result with 10.(2.5 x 10 =25)
- Step 6: Add 9 to the result in step 5.(25+9=34). The result is the age of your Friend

**Trick 5: Adding 2-Digit Numbers at Extremely Fast Lightning Speed**

By understanding the basic principles of tens & units places, you can add two-digit numbers literally in a snap.

- Step 1: Take 57 + 79.
- Step 2: Split the 2nd number into tens & units, making it 79 = 70 + 9.
- Step 3: End up the tens addition, which is 57 + 70 = 137.
- Step 4: Now must add the left units place digit, which is 137 + 9 = 146. That’s it; you’re done.

**Trick 6: Predict the Number**

- Step 1: Subtract one from the upper number. 22 – 1 = 21
- Step 2: Multiply it with three. (21 x 3 = 63)
- Step 3: Add 12 to this number. (63 + 12 = 75)
- Step 4: Divide it with three. (75 / 3 = 25)
- Step 5: Now add 5 to the above number. (25 + 5 – 30)
- Step 6: Finally, ask your, friend, to subtract the original number from the above sum.
- Step 7: The answer will always be 8. (30 – 22 = 8)

**Trick 7: Choose any number, your end product will only be 2!**

- Step 1: Ask your friend to think of a number, let’s say 16
- Step 2: Multiply it with three. (16 x 3 = 48)
- Step 3: Add 6 to this number. (48 + 6 = 54)
- Step 4: Divide it with three. (54 / 3 = 18)
- Step 5: Subtract the number chosen in
with*step 1*(18–16= 2) The answer will always be 2.*step 4*

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**Trick 8: Shoe Math Tricks**

- Step 1: Multiply show size by 5, let’s say 5 is the show number. (5 x 5 =25)
- Step 2: Add 50 to the result obtained in step 1. (25+50 =75)
- Step 3: Multiply the number obtained in step 2 by 20. (75 x 20= 1500)
- Step 4: Now ADD 1019.(1500 + 1019 = 2519)
- Step 5: Subtract the year you were born with the above number. (2519 – 1985 =534)
- Step 6: Finally, the first digit of the number reflects the show size(
**5**34) and the last 2 digits show the age (5**34**)

**Trick 9:** **1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8 Math Trick**

- Step 1: Choose a number between 1 and 6.
- Step 2: Multiply the number by 9.
- Step 3: Multiply the result by 111.
- Step 4: Multiply the answer by 1001.
- Step 5: Divide the number by 7.
- Step 6: The answer will contains all the numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8. For example, The number 6 yields the answer 714285.

**Trick 10: Six Digits Become Three**

- Step 1: Take any three-digit number and write it twice to make a six digit number. Examples include 371371 or 552552.
- Step 2: Divide the number by 7.
- Step 3: Divide it by 11.
- Step 4: Divide it by 13. (The order in which you do the division is unimportant.) The answer is the three digit number. For example: 371371 gives you 371 or 552552 gives you 552.

A related trick is to take any three-digit number. Multiply it by 7, 11, and 13.The result will be a six digit number that repeats the three-digit number. For example: 456 becomes 456456.

These cool Math Tricks will not only help you to impress your friends, but will also boost your calculation skills and help you to comprehend the hard-to-grasp concepts. Now you will have a different approach for Math and want to learn more about how numbers work.

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