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Maxplication Chart

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SPOT THE CREATIVE MIND

MAXPLICATION CHART
Grades 8 and over.

This chart lends itself to exercises that will challenge one’s cognitive function, creative and critical thinking. .

I have named it the MAXPLICATION CHART because of its merits.The word MAXPLICATION is not in the dictionary.

This chart is a lesson plan for all School Teachers, Home schooling and Teacher Training Institutions.

The chart offers a format that multiplies many numbers by 2 thru 12.

The Challenge:
 How many numbers can you identify that are multiplied by 2 to 12.

In order to improve your list you can apply some simple Arithmetic;-this is where your critical thinking and creative skills comes into play.

 

BUZZBRAIN EXERCISE No 1 

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  1. hello codevonish, thanks for your interesting game.
    I am interested on your brain exercise, it is especially useful on childhood, even for our adult over 30 year old. it still helps us to build correct thinking approach.
    how can we adult to apply your exercise to get some help on our daily life? which course can help us better guide the relation between life and work

    best regards

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    1. The most important feature in the exercises is problem solving, you have to be a critical thinker and the exercises calls for that.Were you able to read the chart?; If you have children in your family please introduce the chart to them and perhaps the teachers can use it in schools.Thanks very much.

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  2. This is very interesting i would like to know more about maxplication and what you have to say about it does have anything to do with your creative and critical thinking? and i would like to know more about buzz brain sounds like something I can use creative leader is something i can use to

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    1. The chart multiplies from 2 to nine-digit numbers by 2 to 9. I designed the old multiplication chart in the early sixties when I was teaching in the Uk, without knowing a similar chart was designed a mathematician years before, remember there were no internet in those days.;buzzbrainexercises.com is all about critical thinking and leadership; please feel free to browse the website.Thanks for the comments.All the best.

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