11 Easy Everyday Math Hacks You Never Learned In School | 22 Words

Odds are, you haven't really tried to hone your math skills since high school or college. Math can be intimidating, even when we're older, but some new hacks show how to break complex stuff into easy steps.

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Even if you're not an engineer or mathematician, you'll surely find uses for these simple tricks. So take a look and be ready to impress people with your computational skills!

There's a hack to converting Celsius to Fahrenheit that you never learned in school.

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Whoa, I never knew this one. With a little practice, you should be able to commit this to memory.

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Adding fractions just got simple. REALLY SIMPLE.

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Have to multiply by 11? Never fear!

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Multiplying single digit numbers by nine? The sum of the digits will always equal nine!

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In case you, for some reason, needed to know more than the first three digits of pi...

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The "reverse-zorro" approach to multiplying by a fraction.

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Use your fingers to multiply by 6, 7, or 8.

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It's a little trickier, but you can learn about that one here.

Percentage conversions don't HAVE to be scary. This is an easy workaround.

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Confused by greater than or less than? Imagine the symbols represent an alligator's mouth who always wants the bigger thing!

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This doesn't seem easy, but it's a common way of learning to multiply now.

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The question is "What's 32 x 31?" You draw the lines out as shown, then count the intersections of lines in each area. Read the results backwards and...that's it. You're a genius!