Memorize the nombers. You can do it! Suppose we assigned each of the digits 0 through 9 to a consonant. Then, when we want to remember a number, we convert the number into consonants, insert vowels, and form a word. This word can then be used to form
Version: 011Memorize the nombers. You can do it! So, you ask, how do I know that M is 3 and P is 9? The answer is that you must first memorize the following table of consonants and digits. Oh dear, you say.
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But wait... once this chart is memorized, it can be used for life! And second, there's even a scheme to associate the numbers with the letters!
NUMBER LETTER / SOUND MEMORY AID 1 t, d t has one down stroke 2 n n has two down strokes 3 m m has three down strokes 4 r "four" ends with R 5 l Latin 50 = L 6 j, sh, ch J reversed looks like 6
7 k, g (hard) Visualize a K drawn with two 7s 8 f, v Cursive f has two loops like an 8 9 p, b P reversed looks like 9 0 z, s "zero" starts with Z
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