As a passionate of mathematics, we all love numbers, don't we?
But how can you remember numbers? Well, there exist a few mnemonic methods. One of them is by mathematical formulaes: instead of remembering a large number you remember the mathematical properties which are (sometimes) easier to remember. Other powerfull techniques are the major system and the count system.
I would like to share my website with you to help you memorizing numbers: http://www.rememberg.com
Feedback welcome. Thanks in advance.
Its a nice search engine.
I tried 169 and it says I forgot something
Last edited by ZHero (2010-05-18 22:40:04)
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I put "1234" and it showed all these complicated things, it couldnt just say Count to 4 from 1.
Seems to be a little complicated
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