For more tricks on Vedic Mathematics visit raudone.info 1 highly efficient when it comes to calculation of regular arithmetics like subtraction. Introduction to E-BOOK of Vedic Maths on Fast 5 Calculation 1 Square of a number which ends with 5 6 2 Multiplication trick for Two 2-digit numbers 7 3. The basis of Vedic mathematics, are the 16 sutras, which attribute a set of qualities Only those people having fast calculation ability will be able to win the race.
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Divide Numbers Easily Using Vedic Mathematics: Fast and Easy Division Techniques
We will contact you soon. You will be taken step by step from the easy to the advance level calculations. This way even if your Math fundamentals are weak , they will become rock solid. You can directly scan the numbers using your eyes.
In fact with little practice you do not even have to see the written numbers. You can add mentally by just hearing the numbers being called out.
If you find Math long division difficult then you would surely love this technique. It is the shortest way one line to do long division. Calculate quotient answer upto 4 decimal places. Finding Cube Roots of upto 6 digit numbers mentally --you will never believe how easy it is to find Cube Roots till you learn this trick called Conjugate Cube-Rooting technique.
And many more such techniques to take care of your everyday Math needs.
But here, we would invite you to the world where numbers play with you, come alive and stop being mere symbols written on the black board and lead you to the virtual tour of intellectual journey where calculations fascinates you, thrills you and become very simple and easy to deal with. Our mind operates very fast and has a variety of operational properties and we have tried our level best to make the reader to use his hidden potential. This E-Book contains vedic memory methods to speed up maths calculation especially for aspirants of competitive exams.
We have a very rich heritage of our ancient mathematicians who discovered numerous easy methods to do any degree of complex calculation. In this E- Book, the methods described are based upon Vedic Ganit which was rediscovered from ancient Sanskrit texts earlier this century by Bharti Krishan Tirthaji Maharaj. This is the E- Book designed by Virender Mehta due to recieving numerous request mails to explain some short cut methods used in competitive mathematics, he is sharing this important E-Book with the readers.
The methods described in this E-Book are extremely beneficial for the aspirants of all competitive exams. He takes delight in working out huge problems mentally-sometimes even faster than electronic gadgets like calculators or computers. These methods are also useful for our daily life to calculate anything like numbers, calculations, bills, interest or any kind of transcation. The reader for sure would enter into the world of enchantment for maths with our author Virender Mehta.
Some of the significant features of these vedic methods in the field of calculation are as following: Find out the square of following numbers 35 55 65 85 95 Written by: Now write down the result in the answer along with the multiplication of the same second digit of the numbers. Example 4: Deposit Rs. Punjab National Bank Branch: Description of all memory boosting concepts and methods.
Description of functioning of brain. Personality development from memory power. Vedic division with decimals. Write the remainder, 3, next to the following digit, 0, making it Write the 2 next to the following digit, 0, making it Since the remainder is 0, you have already passed the decimal point, and there are no more values greater than 0, you have completed the problem.
The answer is In the example above, you can see that once you have passed the decimal point and no values greater than zero remain to the right, you are finished as soon as there is no remainder. You Try Solve question two from the practice problems to the nearest thousandth place.
Answer Key The decimal answer to number two. That's simple enough, but how do you use Vedic division when the divisor has more than one digit? The technique depends on what digit the divisor ends in. See the example below to learn how to divide with a divisor that ends in 9.
Set it up: Division can also be expressed as a fraction; here, 73 divided by is the same thing as 73 over Divide both the numerator and denominator of the fraction the top and bottom number by 10 so that the 9 is behind the decimal point.
Then round the denominator the bottom number up—in this case, round up Then, like before, write the divisor before the dividend, then box off the left and bottom sides of the dividend in order to keep it visually separate. Steps to divide we'll round to the nearest ten-thousandth : 14 does not go into 7, so write 0 followed by a decimal point.
Make a note of the remainder, 3, in front of the 5, making it Make a note of the remainder, 7, in front of the 2, making it Make a note of the remainder, 2, in front of the 5, making it Make a note of the remainder, 11 in front of the 1, making it The answer is 0. Set it up: Follow the same set up as the previous problem.
Here, 73 divided by is the same thing as 73 over Similarly it is true for 3 it only takes 2 seconds for you to determine the answer.
It was invented by Bharati Krishna Tirthaji, who published a book with the same title in Vedic Division with Decimals What if you don't want a remainder? Then add the quotient, 2, to to get Multiply by 6: Sometimes multiplying by 3 and then 2 is easy.
Add 1 to the first digit and multiply it by the original first digit. Techniques to excel in competitive exams.
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