# Spaceship Math Addition K 6+2, 2+6, 9+9

Here is a neat method for Spaceship Math Addition and Subtraction in a Jot! If you are wondering how to solve a workbook problem, then you may want to follow this. There are lots of techniques that can help you solve difficult math problems that get tripped up when dealing with spaceships. You need to figure out if your Spaceship Math Addition or Subtraction is in fact 4x or 3x, but how do you do it?

### Worksheet 1

This method should help you take the guesswork out of your math. There are plenty of ways to help you solve problems but this method is simple and easy to follow. Here is how it works.

First, you start by determining if your Spaceship Math Addition or Subtraction is in fact 4x or 3x. Then, you can use the Fisher-Price Number Scale Calculator and type in the number that is odd in the first column and the number that are even in the second column. If the numbers are equal in both columns, then you can know that your number is indeed a multiple of another number that is odd.

### Worksheet 2

Then, you have to figure out the number that is odd and the number that is even. Using the first method above, you could find that your number is odd in the first column and even in the second column. Then, you will need to multiply your number by itself two times.

Now, you will need to divide your number by the number that is even in the second column. To do this, use the next Fisher-Price Number Scale Calculator to type in the number that is odd in the first column and the number that are even in the second column.

### Worksheet 3

Now, if your number is odd, then you will need to find the number that is even in the next worksheet. Go to the worksheet that you created earlier and write the number that is odd in the second column and the number that are even in the first column. If the numbers are equal in both columns, then you will know that your number is indeed a multiple of another number that is even. Again, divide your number by itself two times.

Continue doing this until you have used the Fisher-Price Number Scale Calculator to get the answer to the worksheet. After you have used the calculator, you can now look at the number that is odd and the number that is even. If the numbers are equal in both columns, then you will know that your number is indeed a multiple of another number that is odd.

### Worksheet 4

If the numbers are not equal in both columns, then you will need to check the third worksheet. Use the calculator on the worksheet that you just checked and get the answer to the worksheet.