Social Security numbers, phone numbers, credit card numbers, dates. Numzi can help you with remembering the many numbers you deal with daily, which can make life easier.
Numzi uses to a phonetic code known as the Major System to convert numbers into words. The method associates numbers 0 through 9 to a specific consonant sound. Using this method, you can turn the number 735 into “camel" by inserting vowels among the consonants since we know K="7", M="3" and L="5", so “camel" --> K ae M ah L --> 735. Learn the Major System
The usefulness of the Major System goes beyond just remembering numbers. You can also combine this method with the Peg System, to help memorize a numbered list, such as a grocery list or the presidents of the United States, by associating numbers with words easily visualized such as “shoe," “ray", or “home." The Numzi Peg Word list includes a Peg Word Story to help you remember the peg words. Learn Peg Words It is also really powerful to combine methods such as constructing a memory palace to situate your Peg Words with a spacial places (or loci).
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Also, Professor Arthur T. Benjamin. Dr. Benjamin, "Americas Best Math Whiz" delivers an excellent 30-minute class using this system called "How to Memorize Numbers" currently available for free at: http://www.thegreatcourses.com/tgc/special/secrets-of-mental-math.aspx
Words, Pronunciations, and Definitions on Numzi are sourced from Carnegie Mellon University, CMUdict - http://www.speech.cs.cmu.edu/; and WordNet. Princeton University "About WordNet." WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.