How to reduce calculation mistakes?

| 1 year ago | 8 answers
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  1. Practice well. Use timed practices and reward systems for higher accuracy and speed
  2. Avoid using calculators
  3. Be careful while copying numbers, do calculations just next to the questions to help with this
  4. If you do too many silly mistakes, try resolving questions again and again, this would make you more comfortable while doing them and reduce errors
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there is only one way you should do only practise
Madhushree
1 year ago
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  • Use the space provided on the same paper to avoid mistakes in copying the numbers. 
  • Secondly, double check the numbers you are copying from the question, so that you don't do mistakes in interchanging the digit or missing out a digit, etc.
  • Thirdly, use multiple colour pens. First write with pencil, then when the space is finished, on pencil I used to write with green pen or blue pen and then red pen. It helped me differentiate between my previous written calculations.
  • Fourthly, double check your calculation there and then. If you leave it for later, you wont get time to check each and every one of your calculation.

I hope it helps :)

King Hanish
1 year ago
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avoid using calculators do calculations manually
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  • Neatness helps a lot. Write clearly. Keep things in columns. Don't try to cram too much onto the page. Don't try to do too much in your head (i.e. write out each step). As you use terms to get to the next line, check them off or underline them.
  • For exams, though, go through the common calculations lots of times before an exam For instance, if you have a linear algebra exam, it is wise to compute matrix inverses a few times (say like 20-40 times depending on your brain's capacity to compute) to be at ease with the algorithmic details and be able to focus on the numbers more easily during computation.

 

Abhishek
1 year ago
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just practice it ....
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YOU MUST DO PRACTICE AND DO CONCENTRATION WHILE SOLVING
Sree Harika
1 year ago
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practice well

don't use any device to do the calculations