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Mental Arithmetic Training

Is your maths a little rusty? Struggle to add up more than 2 + 2 without a calculator? No matter how bad your mental arithmetic, the great thing is that you can speed up with practice.

Exercising your mind with our mental gym puzzles will help improve your brain power and learning to do sums better will not just be something that is useful when you want to do sums - exercising the mind is a great thing to do for lots of reasons.

Each time you visit this page you'll be presented with a new mental arithmetic trainer. Each empty square in the pyramid is the sum of the two numbers beneath it. What you should do to get maximum benefit from this puzzle is to see how quickly you can work your way around the puzzle. Some will have more start numbers than others. You will need to measure two things: It is not uncommon to struggle with the first few puzzles, so go slowly and try to avoid making any mistakes. The emphasis should be going at your own speed but with improvement noticeable over the course of a couple of weeks practice on these puzzles - good luck! Once you finish the puzzle check your answer is correct using a calculator until you get confident that you are performing sums accurately every time!

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