#### If you look at the string of second **numbers**, 8, 11, 14, 17 you can see that they are going up by **3** each time. 8, 8 + **3** = 11, 11 + **3** = 14, 14 + **3** = 17. Check the next 4 **pairs** that have first **numbers** 7, 8, 9 and 10 to **make** sure that the "add **3**" procedure gives the **pair** 10-29. Now that you see that "add **3**" is the procedure, look again at the **pairs**. The allowable **number** of wires that can be placed inside a conduit varies according to the type and size of the conduit and also on the size of the conducting wires. Wire size is defined by the American Wire Gauge, or AWG, **number**. The smaller the AWG **number**, the larger the wire diameter. For THHN insulated wire, the most common type of wire used. Overall, the best way to learn **how** to memorize **numbers** using this approach would go like this: 1. Get a Memory Journal for completing the creative task. 2. On a new page, copy the start with 00 and write all the **numbers** up until 10. **3**. Starting with 00, think of words that begin and end with 'S.'.

**numbers**0 through 9, then each dial in the lock can be set to one of 10 options (0, 1, 2,

**3**, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9). As such, that means there are 1,000 different possible combinations. Today, 3-digit padlocks are still commonly used on bike locks, in built-in luggage locks, and for securing storage sheds. Step 1: Determine the pip size. It is 0.0001 for all currency

**pairs**other than those that contain the Japanese yen when it is 0.01 due to the relatively low value of the Japanese yen. Step 2.

**Make**10/20 Mad Maths Minutes (black) Sets A & B Sets C & D

**Make**10/20 Support Sheets: Sheet 1 Sheet 2 Sheet

**3**Sheet 4 Sheet 5

**Make**20 (Addition Circle Drills) Sheet 1 Sheet 2 Sheet

**3**Sheet 4 Sheet 5

**Make**20 (60 questions).