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Jan 10 2011

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New Animated Right Brain Math Video: Nines on a Number Wheel, less than 3 minutes

Awesome New animated video by MisterNumbers Right Brain Math

The video below shows how the Nines have fun patterns on a Number Wheel. Every time you go around 9 on a Number Wheel, you can get to the same place by going backwards 1 (because there are ten numbers 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-0 on the Wheel,  1 and 9, 2 and 8, 3 and 7 and 4 and 6 all create the same patterns starting and ending at zero). Watch the video below and click here for more MisterNumbers videos.
“Cool” andSuper Fun!” are comments already on this awesome video that went up yesterday (66 views already).

The video also includes the Ones because it creates the same decagon. Then it shows a neat way to create the Nines from a simple pattern. It also shows a trick with the Nines (that numbers divisible by 9, add up to 9). It does all this in under 3 minutes.

Watch the Nines on a Number Wheel, a Right Brain Math video

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Wheel Math 4 U iPhone app is FREE

Kids can create Stars with the 4s and 6s for free and it goes up to ten thousand. Here is a screenshot where Alyssa, a 10 year old, took the Eights over 3000 just for fun. Send me a screenshot of your kids going higher with any number and I will put their name on my website.

Wheel Math Wheel Fun iPhone app can do all the patterns for all the numbers (5 and 10 pointed Stars, Decagons, Yo-Yos, and Pentagons) and is available for only 99 cents.

Read about all five Right Brain Math iphone apps here.

Waldorf Schools often use a Number Wheel or Number Circle to learn math.

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