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Do children need to be prepared for digit numbers? Dr. V. likes this. Multiplication tables are now the most widely used calculators. Citing this, it is usually suggested that why do our children need to make number clocks now? Why put such a burden on a child?

The issue of numbers is tossed between two types of situations. On the one hand, there is a tendency to ignore the fact that in the shadow of the computer, on the other hand, the conservative people chew the old things and remember the numbers up to (half past three). Both of these types of attitudes need to change.

There is no place for telling as many tricks as there used to be in the old days, but at the same time, the tendency to be deprived of this necessary story is also harmful. Not only for practical needs, but there is also an implicit advantage that does not go unnoticed. The prepared figures remain a useful tool for the development of the child’s mental power. With this in mind, it becomes necessary to adopt a balanced attitude.

Numerical clocks are obviously common multiplication tables, but in practical use, they come in many forms. The need for the division is inevitably seen. For example, for how many days of 168 hours, 168 has to be divided by 24, and if you know the twenty-fourth hour for this, this division can be done immediately.

There are so many different types of examples that can be given, the response of a student who is incompetent on many occasions when the need for practice-use is weak, it hurts and as a result, his self-confidence goes down. This often leads to hunger, resulting in frustration for the child. Skills also play an important role in preparing for the adverse effects of this situation on other aspects of his overall personality development.

In algebra, for example, the law of arithmetic skills appears to be a factor. In addition to getting the answer, this skill also gives the required speed. For example, what if you want to find numbers whose product is 114, and whose difference is 18? A student with this skill will be able to easily check all the possibilities where two numbers are multiplied by 144. Such as 9 X 16 = 144, 12 x 12 = 144, 24 X 6 = 144 as well as the required condition for the difference will be checked slightly, and finally, the answer will be found that two such bodies are 24 and 6.

In this operation, the facilitator cannot give us the satisfaction we want. The only thing that can be useful during brainstorming is to maintain the continuity of the brainstorming process. Prepared that the brain stays at any time and any place. While the calculator stays handy, or the closet stays. The contribution of digit skills is not limited to the multiplication of two numbers.

The need for this is evident in practical use, but also in the field of mathematics. This skill is useful in many other fields inside and outside the field of mathematics. The development of these powers is a continuous process, and in this process, the child needs to do mental exercises (mental exercises) to germinate systematically by germinating the developing mental powers by complementing each other’s different powers.

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Small questions that fit into a child’s class at a young age during primary school and simple plaques remain the main tools for the child to exercise the mind.