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Sir, Can i solve decimal aditions, decimal mul using vedic maths?In which website i search for this vedic maths.?
all you should learn Vedic maths it is very helpful .
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Hi gaurav I want to learn vedic mathematics. From where i can in east delhi
It is great. The charm of speedy calculations is fading out with calculators taking the place of brains. It should be made a part of our curriculum. The younger generation should know and experience the joy of mental mathematics. I have always wondered if cube roots could be calculated with this technique.
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Satish, Vedic Maths is not a substitute for regular maths however the same maths concepts can be learnt easily with Vedic Maths. It also co relates to how we use our working memory more efficiently as at times we are so used to calculators whereas Vedic Maths focusses on doing Mental Maths which keeps one`s brain active and Agilent.
Madhu, I would advise you to read through article again and write examples shown on a notebook so that it is more clear to you. If you want to learn Vedic Maths then you can get in touch with me at email@example.com.
Hi Latha, I am teaching myself and your son can join one of the Weekend batches. Anyone can join the course, irrespective of age however courses are divided into Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced hence there are different levels of Vedic Maths course. For more details, you can mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amit, my experience has been that learners had more interested in Regular Maths post learning Vedic Maths. It also depends how any subject is taught, hence you need to have a good teacher with a good teaching technique to teach such a subject.
2 digit multiplication uses Base 100 as method hence instead of 1000 as Base use 100 as base
As far as speed in calculations is considered its good to use vedic maths. But think ! If a person is good or fast in calculations does it means that he/she is good in mathematics. This may help in some problems of competitive exams which try to judge the speed of calculation.
Learning of vedic maths is very good and its very interesting. But it is a little different from real mathematics. Vedic Maths offer tricks which may weak the interest of student in learning basic mathematics. This is good to learn these short tricks after learning basic of mathematics.
I was confused in doing this. Can you give more examples? Iam preparing for competative exams. So I think it may be useful to me
SATISH RAMCHANDRA SHINGAVEKAR
vedic maths should not be treated as substitute for regular maths. It should be learnt as interesting short cut method after getting familiar with the concepts of high school algebra.
yarr its realyy helpful n its awsum...... i got that 3 digit calculation i m not able to understand the 2 digit calculation...!!
Yes, I agree with you. Shortcuts are required and to be taught only after a child learns the concept via traditional method.
This is impressive. However, it seems that only everyday practice would make the task easy.
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