Kaedah Mokhdar

First posted on 01/01/2012

Ada sesiapa tahu pasal method perkiraan ni tak? Aku belajar waktu form 2 dulu. Mak aku suruh pergi kelas ni waktu cuti sekolah. Damn I want holidays tapi kena pergi belajar pulak.

Anyway, ada jugak hikmah aku datang kelas ni. Syok bhai. Tak rugi sial. Cara kira nombor atau encryption yang macho! Aku rewrite benda ni sebab takut lupa /amnesia.

Jangan harapkan entry ni je nak belajar benda ni.

Pergi sini kalau nak tahu lagi dalam: http://www.mokhdar.com.my/

Kaedah ni jugak pernah jadi isu pasal bahasa melayu dulu. Aku terbaca somewhere dekat blog encik Mokhdar ni. Google is that way -->


These are the basic conversion between no's to words, vice versa

0 - o
1 - tu/u
2 - wa
3 - ga
4 - pa
5 - ma
6 - na
7 - ja
8 - ka
9 - lan/la
10 - to
11 - se/tutu/tus
12 - du/tuwa/uwa
13 - ti/tuga/uga
14 - em/tupa/upa
15 - li/tuma/uma
16 - en/tuna/una
17 - tuja/uja
18 - tuka/uka
19 - sem/tula/tulan/ula/ulan
20 - wo/wuo/wao
21 - watu/wu
22 - wawa/waw
23 - waga/wag
24 - wapa/wap
25 - wama/wam
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.
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100 - tos/tuoo/too
200 - wos/wuoo/woo
1000 - toso/tooo/tuooo

the rest, just need some common sense on converting the number's referring the number from 0-19
note that, when coming across two same numbers (eg. 11,00,22) just add 's' after the last alphabet (aka plural numbers)


Common application on mathematical symbols and science terms

+ : ba
- : mi/ni
x : da
/ (divide) : gi
. : han
= : ci
=/= : tak
/ : ki
degree : ri
() : ra
x^2 : sa[w]/sa[g]/sa[p]...sa[y]   -   where 'y' is number in mokhdar corresponds to the real number
sqrt(2) : ca[w]/ca[g]/ca[p]...ca[y]   -   where 'y' is number in mokhdar corresponds to the real number

get creative when combining numbers with symbols. some are identical and common sense is needed to convert them back to an understandable form


If non of the numbers are related to any of the alphabet you can use the alphabet itself

aiman : i56
sa : s
ya : y

You can apply this conversion to make sentence/numbers aka mnemonics

eg. (text = converted)

Nama saya abdul karim = 65 sy +121L 8'sqrt'5
toss that ball! = 100 z +0l!

Example of application in chemistry

Mokhdar method is very useful when it comes to chemistry. below is an example when this method is applied

Element Atom # Electron # Atomic Rad.
He (Helium) Wa Wa Ooma
Ne (Neon) To Waka Ooja
Ar (Argon) La Wak-ka Oolang
Kr (Krypton) Gan Waklaka Otuyol
Xn (Xenon) Map Waklalaka Otio
Rd (Radon) Kan Waklagawlaka -

try to convert atom #, electron # and atomic radius to numbers. brix will be shat.


Use this method to make the multiplication table easier to remember

lan lan ku 9 x 9 = 81
ka ka nap 8 * 8 = 64
ka lan jaw 8 * 9 = 72
ja ja pal 7 * 7 = 49
ja ka man 7 * 8 = 56
ja lan naga 7 * 9 = 63
na na gan 6 * 6 = 36
na ja paw 6 * 7 = 42
na ka pak 6 * 8 = 48
na lan map 6 * 9 = 54
... and so forth

if you're creative enough, you will find a rhythm when saying the Mokhdar method part
with rhythm, you can make music for easier remembering


NOTE: Method ni tak menjamin anda mendapat A dalam matapelajaran yang berkaitan dengan nombor /fact. Tapi ia sangat berkesan dalam menangani masalah mengingat nombor.

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