Benefits of Vedic Mathematics

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Vedic mathematics emphasizes on the view that anyone can be potentially a lightning calculator on complete understanding and application of its principles.

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VEDIC MATHEMATICS Nischal's Smart Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd .

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WELCOME TO THE LAND OF VEDIC MATHS!!! ‘X’-LAND QUIZ LAND DIVIDER BAY Nischal's Smart Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

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X Here we come to the land of multiplication. BACK TO MAP

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Lets learn multiplication of single digit numbers.

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Suppose we have to multiply 7 X 8 : We should take 10 as the base of our calculation because it is the nearest unity to the numbers to be multiplied.

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7 X 8 (10) - - 3 2 6 5 For Example 7-2 3x2

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Now lets learn multiplication of 2 digit numbers.

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Suppose we have to multiply 97 X 98 : We should take 100 as the base of our calculation because it is the nearest unity to the numbers to be multiplied.

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98 97 X For Example - - (100) 03 02 06 95 97-02 03-02 Necessary to put zeros

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Now lets learn multiplication of 3digit numbers.

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Suppose we have to multiply 997 X 998 : We should take 1000 as the base of our calculation because it is the nearest unity to the numbers to be multiplied.

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998 997 X For Example - - (1000) 003 002 006 995 997-002 003x002 Necessary to put zeros

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Now lets learn multiplication above the base.

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Suppose we have to multiply 12 X 14 : We should take 10 as the base of our calculation because it is the nearest unity to the numbers to be multiplied.

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14 12 X (10) For Example + + 2 4 8 16 CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE MAP 2x4 14+2

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Here we come to the divider bay. . . BACK TO MAP

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Now lets learn division by 9.

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Suppose we have to divide 12 by 9 : 12 will be divided into 2 parts by a diagonal stroke.

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9 1/2 2 DIGITS For Example 1 BRING DOWN THE FIRST DIGIT QUOTIENT /3 REMAINDER BY ADDING 1+2 WE GET REMAINDER

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9 11/3 3 DIGITS For Example BRING DOWN THE FIRST DIGIT QUOTIENT REMAINDER BY ADDING 3+2 WE GET REMAINDER 12/5 ADD THE 1 ST DIGIT FO THE QUOTIENT TO THE NEXT DIGIT OF THE DIVIDEND

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Now lets learn division by single digit divisor.

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Suppose we have to divide 111 by 8 : 111 will be divided into 2 parts by a diagonal stroke.

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8 11/1 2 For Example BRING DOWN THE FIRST DIGIT QUOTIENT REMAINDER BY ADDING ROW 1+ROW 2 WE GET REMAINDER 1 2 3 6 /7 2x1=2, 2x3=6 BY ADDING ROW 1+ROW 2 WE GET 3 COMPLEMENT OF 8

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Now lets learn division by double digit divisor.

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Suppose we have to divide 123 by 88 : 123 will be divided into 2 parts by a diagonal stroke. Now leaving 2 digits after the diagonal stroke since there are 2 digits in the divisor.

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88 1/23 12 For Example BRING DOWN THE FIRST DIGIT QUOTIENT REMAINDER BY ADDING ROW 1+ROW 2 WE GET REMAINDER 1 / 12x1=12 CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE MAP COMPLEMENT OF 88 12 35

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Benefits of Vedic Mathematics It encourages students to be more creative at problem solving by using more than one method for a particular situation. Focus is on harvesting of the potentials of the brain, putting it to good use rather than a calculator. Calculations can often be carried out from right to left or from left to right. Does not insist on the contemporary analytical approach, hence makes students more intuitive, attentive towards the once “dreadful chore.” As the focus is more on mental calculation, mental abilities improve to a fairly large extent. The elements of coherence and unification of the Vedic system appeal makes mathematics more easy, fun, enjoyable and appealing. Instead of learning by repetition,  Vedic Mathematics  involves logic and understanding the fundamental concepts. Improves concept clarity.

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