# Re-Learning Math with Scott Flansburg, the Human Calculator (Part 1)

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**Published on: Wednesday, October 24, 2012**- Remember when you hated math class in school? Scott Flansburg says it's because we were taught the 'wrong,' more complex method. In reality, math is simple and can even be magical when learned the right way. Watch as Scott, the world's fastest human calculator, makes us fall in love with math in a whole new way.

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16 hours agoAnimeetchiXD I'm gonna practice!

5510 1910 2810 3710 4610

11010 2911 3811 4711 6511

21012 3912 4812 5712 6612

31013 4913 5813 6713

41014 5914 6814 7714

51015 6915 7815

61016 7916 8816

71017 8917

81018 9918

(It burns!!)

18 hours agoAinan MDJRScott when he found out that 4 is spelled with four letters:

This is beyond science

20 hours agoWilliamTbh if you actually care enough about math (doesnt need to like it, just not deep hate) to want be able count simple calulations, u will start noticing these easier patterns or get it from internet in shorter time. And u will actually remember it cuz u care enough to want to

yesterdayeric trejoThat’s how I count Domino, you just round up the nums

yesterdayAlex Lambert31:55 - So 78 x 11 = 7,158? This is where you really DO have to carry the 1. Lol

yesterdayJoel Sawyersmy 3 1/2 year old loves math and can count beyond a hundred, count by different numbers, multiply, add, and subtract. What do I do to help him advance further while he has the passion for it?

2 days agoDirk Sebregts@ 24:45 this only is true in English.

2 days agoDank Tank7:11

2 days agoDouglas payneSchool is not a place for smart people

3 days agoPneuma Official^{+1}I havent been excited like a kid about math since I first started programming. I wish you were my teacher

4 days agoKyle Hobbs^{+2}This shit is how i did my math in school.. My teachers would not allow it at all. They made me show my work just like they did. Skummy

4 days agoBryer^{+4}what about 37 x 11? did he say something about when the numbers add to ten? Would the ten from the 3 and 7 carry over to the 3 making it a 4?

4 days agoDavid Torrey^{+6}All I learned is this guy made a lot of terrible life decisions

4 days agoCage Ò RiadaI fucking hate math, always have until now, like wow this is actually really cool

4 days ago1012 5Since he mentioned the 11 multiplication trick, I thought I could add that: any number ×5 is that number cut in half, and with a 0. 6×5 is half of 6 (3) with numbers that don't cut in half perfectly, you just drop the zero. 5×5 is half of 5 (2.5) but throw out the decimal. 15×5 (7.5) 75 30×5=150 etc

4 days agosammy wauneka^{+1}Checked the video and the calculator is working correctly

4 days agoWill MateSo it's like vedic maths?

4 days agoLen Martin^{+2}"we wake in algebra and go what happen?"

So true.

5 days agoJonathan Jensen^{+6}I like how the whole angles-in-numbers thing was some irrelevant, ad-hoc sophistry that didn't even work right and had to actually alter some of the numbers drastically.

5 days agom d^{+1}1 + 1= 0