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Sunday, July 3, 2016

Division. Simple.


Divinely Dandy non Difficult Division is in fact done. Now I just, have to get out to you. Division is basically being able to make a rectangle and describe the sides using numbers.

If you have already have a password. DON'T CLICK this link and buy until you check your email for the promocode that gives you half off.  If you have ever gotten a password or product from me don't click link check your email instead you may get a promo code. There are only 300 promocodes. There are more than twice as many emails as that going out. So don't delay. Also be aware that if you only ever got SSS for free you won't be getting a promocode just an email informing you that it's ready, so no rush.  But here is the link to buy it for $19.99:  https://crewtonramone.mykajabi.com/p/ddndd

division, factoring, multiplication

Concept number three: we form rectangles to facilitate counting.  Many people think division, factoring and multiplication are three different things instead of variations on a theme or ONE thing..  In divinely Dandy non Difficult Division I show you plainly it's the same thing and best of all it's easy. I also show you how to use the rectangle to organize thought. I left out Trig on purpose because people think triangles are hard and there will one day be a book like this on trig alone. Hopefully, you can see how C= ╬áD and 18 = 3x6 and sin30° = 1/2 go together using the rectangle but if not, it will be spelled out for you at a later date.

Here are a few screenshots to give you an idea of what you are getting. This version is printable for EVERYBODY not just those who have passwords. If you have Supremely Simple Subtraction it's basically like that but for division: lots of pictures and illustrations with links to videos for further explanation.

division with base ten blocks, division

As with all of my books so far it wasn't what to put in, but what to leave out. I put examples of problems that work out perfectly to start but there are also remainders and ones that don't work out evenly. Fractions will one day have it's own book and so will percentages so I lightly touched on those topics here but basically focused on "long" division concepts in a very traditional manner but without all the constrictions of traditional teaching without base ten blocks or manipulatives. 

division, manipulatives, base ten blocks

I also included more instructional pages that were mostly made by Andrea and Sonya but I edited and added a little to it because the primary axiom is keep it simple.  So you are getting two books in one.
There are 24 pages of meat and potatoes and just a few pages of fluff...like the title page and dedication page and I just noticed the people who made this PDF didn't give themselves a credit page.  I assure you I didn't pull this off alone.  It also has hypertext you can click that will take you to The House Of Math's Division pages, division is covered here on this blog too. Dig around a little.

The idea is with this book when it comes to division you won't have to dig anymore: it's all laid out for you.  I am so pleased with this book that I'm actually doubling the price to 20 bucks. But for a limited number (not a limited time) I will be selling a few hundred copies at a lower price, WITH the understanding that you guys will put comments in the comments boxes of the sales pages so people can see that it's not just me. Supremely simple subtraction does well because it has at the time of this writing 51 comments from people other than Crewton Ramone.  Please take a moment to comment or hit like on some one else's if you haven't already.

The first hundred will get it for 10 bucks. The next for 12.95, the next for 14.95 which is the price I was planning on leaving at for the duration but instead I will attempt to reward the people who have supported me in the past with a lower price and a first look. After the first 300 copies go out, it will be 19.99. I am amazed to see that I have over 500 unique names on various lists...60% of them will get a discount. I assume most people will want it after seeing the subtraction book, plus I'm testing out an "upsell" feature where you will be offered The Curious Counters' Compendium for two bucks more. If you have a password, you won't want this because it's already FREE with your password.  HOWEVER quite a few of you have this book and there are only three comments on the page. Please take a moment to comment or hit like on some one else's if you haven't already. So bossy, I know, but it really makes a BIG difference.


division basics

The table of contents usually comes in the front but this book is short enough I put it in the back along with links to videos for further instruction. 

Here is a video that shows the whole book. Get your own copy instantly.




2 comments:

  1. I'm more of a print kinda gal, so I am thrilled to see that Crewton Ramone is putting the information on the website in print. Woohoo!

    I wish I had come across this site earlier so that my hands on learner who graduates next year could have used it. She's got 5 younger siblings, so at least they can benefit from the House of Math. My 10 year old is excited that he'll be able to do algebra like his older siblings.

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