The small multiplication 1x1 PO
The quick number system works well for short numbers up to 6 digits like PIN numbers. To memorise more than 6 digits, the system can be increased to an x-to-the-second-power variation. This means that for every picture combined with a number we use a further association (such as a person or another object).Example: 1 stands for tree. Question: Who swings from tree to tree? Tarzan!
Here is the table:
|Number||Person||Picture||Verb or Object||Picture|
|1||Tarzan||to swing / tree|
|2||Swan||to swim / lake|
|3||Devil||to pierce / trident|
|4||Children||to wobble / chair|
|5||I myself||to reach / hand|
|6||croupier||to role the dices/dice|
|8||Snowman||to snow / Snowball fight|
By combining the associations, you can also memorise 2-digit numbers. To make sure in which place each number occurs, you should always place the associated person at the first digit and the corresponding object or verb at the second digit.
Example: 95 = a clown who is reaching for something vs. 59 = I am reaching for the balloon.
Beginners can find this list under "My memocamp".