Speed Rules in Math Class From Minnesota Public Radio, Jeff Horwich reports on a class of 10 year-old math wizzes, who can hear and calculate complex arithmetic at the speed of light. At an elementary school in central Minnesota, a math teacher drills the students daily with pencils and calculators down, and the students fire back their answers, to the continued amazement of educators and parents. The exercises keep math fun, and some of the faster students have even risen to legendary status among their peers.

Speed Rules in Math Class

Speed Rules in Math Class

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From Minnesota Public Radio, Jeff Horwich reports on a class of 10 year-old math wizzes, who can hear and calculate complex arithmetic at the speed of light. At an elementary school in central Minnesota, a math teacher drills the students daily with pencils and calculators down, and the students fire back their answers, to the continued amazement of educators and parents. The exercises keep math fun, and some of the faster students have even risen to legendary status among their peers.