### Math Notes

Explanation:

Please note that basic number translation of

While each math problem doesn't have a clef with the note, they can be thought of as being apart of the same measure. This is to make sure any introductions to this exercise doesn't overwhelm a new person.

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To solve the math problem, you have to read which musical note.

When you figure out which musical note, you can then translate it into the corresponding number.

**Math Scales**is a basic math problem with a simple cryptogram. By learning & exercising how to read basic musical score, you can solve the math problem.Please note that basic number translation of

**A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=6, G=7**is not a true mathematical representation of the musical sound itself. While the numbers are arbitrary measurements to the tones & wavelengths of the actual sounds, it is being used as a teaching & exercise tool.While each math problem doesn't have a clef with the note, they can be thought of as being apart of the same measure. This is to make sure any introductions to this exercise doesn't overwhelm a new person.

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__How to solve:__

__How to solve:__

Each Math Notes has a various basic math problems.

*+ 13 = [_]*

__Example:__To solve the math problem, you have to read which musical note.

**(=E note)**+ 13 = [_]

When you figure out which musical note, you can then translate it into the corresponding number.

**A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=6, G=7**

**(E note=5)**+ 13 = [_]

From here you can solve the math problem.

**(E note=5)**+ 13 = [

**]**

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