## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 15 – Forward Double Rod

Here we will explore the final bead movement in our basic skill training program that looks at executing the 10

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## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 15 – Forward Double Rod

## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 14 – Reverse Double Five

## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 13 – Forward Double Five

## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 12 – The 5/10 Pair Combination Part 2

## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 11 – The 5/10 Pair Combination Part 1

## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 10 – Five Pair Complement Part 2

## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 9 – Five Pair Complement Part 1

## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 8 – Ten Pair Complement Subtraction Part 2

## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 7 – Ten Pair Complement Subtraction Part 1

## Abacus Math Program – Lesson 6 – Ten Pair Complement Addition Part 2

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Here we will explore the final bead movement in our basic skill training program that looks at executing the 10

Continue readingIn Lesson 13 we explored the Forward Double Fives in the forward direction for addition. Now let’s take a look at

Continue readingTo this point in our abacus skill training we have introduced all of the basic bead movements required to perform any

Continue readingLesson 11 the 5/10 Pair Combination Part 1, we introduced the 5/10 pair combination for addition. Here in Lesson 12

Continue readingSo far in Lesson 5, 6, 7, and 8 we introduced addition and subtraction with 10 pair complements when the operation requires

Continue readingIn Lesson 9 Five Pair Part 1 we examined the 5 pair addition rule. Here in Lesson 10 Part 2 we are

Continue readingWe are now half way through the Rightlobemath.com skill training program. So far we have learned to represent base 10 numbers on

Continue readingContinuing from Lesson 7 Subtraction Part 1 we will look at a few more 10 pair complement subtraction examples. Again there are 5

Continue readingIn Lesson 5 and Lesson 6 we introduced the idea of 10 pair complement addition on the abacus. Here in Lesson 7 we will introduce

Continue readingContinuing from Lesson 5, we will look at a few more 10 pair complement addition examples. Again there are 5 possible

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