The Simply Outrageous Stats of Smart Phone Use in College

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February 15, 2013 · 12:36 pm

College Students: Do you understand your Credit Card?

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February 15, 2013 · 12:13 pm

7 Simply Outrageous College Students Stats

Check out these Simply Outrageous stats about College students:

The average wage of a student job in college is $11 per hour.
51.8% of college students have a job that helps them to pay for their studies.
61.2% of employers make full time offers to interns.
Students who exercise daily have a GPA that is 0.4 higher on average than those who do not exercise.
Night owls have average GPAs of 2.5 compared to morning people who have average GPAs of 3.5. Students socialize on average for 43 hours per week.
Over 800 colleges in the U.S. and Canada participate in Greek life on campus.

Now you know.

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You Can Multiply 41,231 x 12 with Simply Outrageous Math

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Multiplying 12,314 x 13 with Simply Outrageous Math

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Learn to Multiply 105 x 105 with Simply Outrageous Math

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How to Multiply 53,213,124 x 11

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Using Count By Numbers to Learn Multiplication

Improve your confidence and multiplication skills by learning to “Count By” specific numbers.

Count aloud to a beat by snapping your fingers or clapping your hands.

3…6…9…12…15…18…21…24…27…30….

6…12…18…24…30…36…42…48…54….

9…18…27…36…45…54…63…72…81…

13…26…39…52…65…78…91…104…

Mastering “Count By” numbers is a great foundation as you learn more Simply Outrageous Math lessons.

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Square Any Two Digit Number

43²

Step 1: Square each digit and place the answers side-by-side

4² 3²
16 09

If a squared is a single digit number place a zero in front of it

Step 2: Multiply the digits of the number being squared
4 x 3 = 12

Step 3: Double the answer in Step 2 and add a zero to the end
12 x 2 = 24
240

Step 4: Add the results of step 1 and step 3
1609 + 240 = 1849

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Multiply Two Numbers in the 90s

97 x 92 =

Step1: Find the difference between each number and 100

100-97= 3
100-92= 8

Step 2: Add together the numbers from step 1
3 + 8 = 11
Step 3: Subtract the result in Step 2 from 100

Step 4: Multiply together the two numbers from step 1
3 x 8 = 24

Step 5 Put the answer from step 4 behind the answer from step 3
89 24
8924

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