This book is part of the visual mathematics series. All the problems are represented in a visual manner and in full color. The topics covered include addition-subtraction and multiplication-division facts. But these problems are presented as distributed or interconnected grid problems. The book has been divided into three sections. The first section provides solved examples for a small set of problems. The next section includes addition-multiplication problems that require deduction and reasoning skills. The third section includes the same class of problems as the earlier section, but are meant to be more difficult. Sections two and three require using ideas about inverse relations. Problems described as addition (multiplication) require subtraction (division) when one of the operands is unknown while the result is known. This book has been developed as a result of feedback for earlier books in the Visual Mathematics Series, suggesting an entry level book to introduce the visual problem sets. The problems in the book are designed based on the Elementary and Pre-Algebra book, but the problems have been simplified a little to focus on addition-multiplication facts, while introducing reasoning problems of medium difficulty. It also has problems designed around multiple arithmetic series, with various pictorial representations. This book is suggested for students in fourth grade. The problems in this book are of medium to medium-high difficulty and they should be suitable for all students, in addition to visual learners.
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