Top definition
A Japanese problem-solving strategy—a fierce competitor to the Singapore's bar model method—that aims to be the method of choice among elementary math students in solving word problems, without algebra.
Unlike the bar model method that can't solve equations with negative solutions, the three-step Sakamoto method—grasp the relation, draw a diagram, write number sentences—overcomes this limitation.
via giphy
by MathPlus January 20, 2017
Get the mug
Get a Sakamoto Method mug for your daughter-in-law Beatrix.