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Results of Arithmetic Survey Questions

by Ron Kurtus (updated 2 February 2022)

Note: For a while I had survey questions on the various topics. Answers were tabulated and placed in a database. That feature has been temporarily put on hold. However, you can still see the results of the survey.

Can you do multiplication in your head? Yes: 53 (84%) No: 10 (15%) Total: 63
Do you always use a calculator to do arithmetic? Yes: 13 (25%) No: 39 (75%) Total: 52
Is it worthwhile to memorize multiplication tables? Yes: 38 (82%) No: 8 (17%) Total: 46
Is arithmetic difficult for you? Yes: 24 (55%) No: 19 (44%) Total: 43
Do you know how to convert fractions to decimals? Yes: 29 (85%) No: 5 (14%) Total: 34
Would you like to study higher math? Yes: 40 (88%) No: 5 (11%) Total: 45
Have calculators ruined the arithmetic skills of people? Yes: 61 (81%) No: 14 (18%) Total: 75
Are numbers interesting to you? Yes: 43 (86%) No: 7 (14%) Total: 50

This lesson will answer those questions.



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