Five-Year-Old Maths Prodigy Solves Complex Algebra Equations; Viral Videos Wow Netizens

Five-Year-Old Maths Prodigy Solves Complex Algebra Equations; Viral Videos Wow Netizens

  • A five-year-old girl has impressed people with her complex Maths problems solving skills in videos online
  • Nori, who received homeschool lessons, was doing Algebra equations at four, and her mom documented her progress
  • The videos of the prodigy solving multiplication and subtraction Maths problems have garnered tons of reactions

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A five-year-old girl with a pretty sharp memory has learned how to solve multiplication and subtraction Maths problems with the help of her mother, Lauren-Ashley.

Nori, who received homeschool training, was doing complex Algebra equations at four, and her mom documented her progress in videos uploaded on her socials.

Per the child's mom, Nori doesn't miss a beat. ''She’s doing Algebra at four! We teach our kids things at an advanced level,'' Lauren-Ashley said.

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Five-year-old girl solves complex Algebra equations.
Many are impressed with the child prodigy's Maths problems solving skills. Photo credit: laurenashleb
Source: Instagram

In videos showing that the Maths prodigy is five-years-old, Nori is seen solving a puzzle with ease.

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The adorable clips of the child have garnered massive tons of reactions, and many lauded her brilliance.

How netizens reacted to videos

Moderngirljgf said:

Impressive! My boys are taking Pre-Algebra this year. I can’t wait to show them this! I’ll be sure to stress that she is just five years old.

Dubbjones commented:

This is CRAZY! @judge_mee_not.

Judge_mee_not replied:

@dubbjones soo dope.

Abrayinthelife reacted:

This makes my heart happy!!! I just love to see kids loving to learn because it's fun and engaging. Not because of stress or pressure. Their minds are amazing when nurtured at a pace appropriate for them!! Awesome job lady!

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Believe.then.do asked:

Where can I find those fraction magnets?

Texas.unsweettea reacted:

Way to go lil Miss. I have or had those fractions for my 2.5-year-old! Now I need to find more. He loves numbers!

Realtorreanue said:

Thank you for sharing the how!

Authorashley_scott said:

So awesome!

Rowanandcompany commented:

Starting preschool soon with my own little one so I’m excited to try these!

Queensag7 reacted:

Always knew if you're able homeschooling is BEST!

Mamasweetbaby said:

Number sense and confidence are key! Seeing how all the numbers work together and are related. Yesss! Keep it up!

Pumacat562 reacted:

Love to see this!! Amazing job, mama!

Dafelijah said:

You are an exceptional parent. WE CAN feel the love even with your teaching methods and TRUE inspiration.

Ghanaian Child who Taught Himself Japanese

In a similar story, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a two-year-old Ghanaian boy, Isaiah Gyamfi, learned how to write and count in English, Spanish, and French and solve multiplication and subtraction Maths problems.

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The child prodigy also learned to count up to 40 in Japanese in less than 24 hours.

His 30-year-old mom, Jazelle, from South West London, told the Mirror that he was able to grasp new information easily from the age of five months.

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Nathaniel Crabbe (Human-Interest editor) Nathaniel Crabbe is a journalist and editor with a degree in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, where he graduated in 2015. He earned his master's from UPSA in December 2023. Before becoming an editor/writer of political/entertainment and human interest stories at Asaase Radio, Crabbe was a news reporter at TV3 Ghana. With experience spanning over ten years, he now works at YEN.com.gh as a human interest editor. You can reach him via nathaniel.crabbe@yen.com.gh.