# Herman by Jim Unger for November 23, 2015

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1. ##### nosirromalmost 8 years ago

Sure they do. Yesterday we learned that 7 × 13 = 28.

2. ##### Farside99almost 8 years ago

See, six minus the one is 5, then 5 minus the one is 4.Then for 7 × 13, you add the one to make 8, then multiply the 3 times 7 to get 2. The tax auditors love me when I come in every year. Somehow, the experienced ones are always recommending me to their new auditors. They say it’s for “training”.

3. ##### natureboyfig4Premium Memberalmost 8 years ago

This must be some of that new “rotten core” stuff the editorials are always harping about. :-P

4. ##### Ubintoldalmost 8 years ago

No ciphering here.

Dyslexic 9.

6. ##### sweetaddietudealmost 8 years ago

Must be that new math.

7. ##### rowf39almost 8 years ago

Alright! Cut it out! The answer is 66.

8. ##### Linguistalmost 8 years ago

And this is a Dad who works for the Government Accounting Office !

9. ##### Perkycatalmost 8 years ago

The times tables are the first to go……..or is that the second to go.

10. ##### dflakalmost 8 years ago

6×6 = 36.3+6 = 95+4 = 9So, yeah, it kind of works.

11. ##### TheAuldWanalmost 8 years ago

S’ok, they’ll socially promote them

12. ##### RalphZIggyalmost 8 years ago

6 * 6 = 48 in base 7, or 56 in base 6. Your number base must be somewhere between those two

13. ##### pabsfx-comicsalmost 8 years ago

“New Math” – Tom Leher https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIKGV2cTgqA