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Lesson Posted on 14/05/2020 CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics Life Skills Coaching/Vedic Maths Training

Mathematics

Kavya K N

I was given training for Handling classes for PUC & CET exam. Was incharge of Examination Work 7...

Vedic Mathematics Vedic Mathematics is a Mathematical elaboration of “sixteen simple Mathematical formulae from the Vedas”. As brought out by “Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji.” This Mathematical Technique (sutras) apply to and cover almost every branch of Mathematics. Application... read more

Vedic Mathematics

Vedic Mathematics is a Mathematical elaboration of “sixteen simple Mathematical formulae from the Vedas”. As brought out by “Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji.

This Mathematical Technique (sutras) apply to and cover almost every branch of Mathematics. Application of the sutras saves a lot of time and effort in solving the problems.

Though the solutions appear like magic, the application of the sutras is perfectly logical and rational.

The context of Vedic mathematics is seen in Atharvaveda. We study Vedic Mathematics under 16 sutras and 13 sub sutras.

Things to already know before starting Vedic math classes:

 

—Know the Tables from 2 to 20.

—At least from 2 to 10 tables is a must.

—Now if you know from 2 to 10, learning from 11 to 20 is quite easy.

—To write 11 tables we need to know 1 table, 12 tables we need to know2 table,13 tables we need to know three tables and so on.

Let us see an example.

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Lesson Posted on 29/04/2020 Life Skills Coaching/Vedic Maths Training

Trigonometry

Lumina

I have completed M Phil in mathematics . I m a maths tutor since 2k17. I will teach my students to understand...

In trigonometry generally, we use the right angle triangle why ?? It is because you are standing on a road facing the opposite side of a building. Mark the points * standing place * building bottom *building top Now connect the three points you will get a right angle triangle yes...!!!... read more

In trigonometry generally, we use the right angle triangle 

why ??

It is because you are standing on a road facing the opposite side of a building.

Mark the points 

* standing place 

* building bottom 

*building top 

Now connect the three points you will get a right angle triangle 

yes...!!! It's evident for this triangle we are using trigonometry 

*Adjacent: which is nothing but baseline here the baseline is your point and building bottom 

* opposite: which is opposite to the line of adjacent 90 deg

*Hypotenuse: which is the largest line

 

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Answered on 20/04/2020 Life Skills Coaching/Vedic Maths Training

Paramita

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1^44+44^1=45 So, a=1 & b=44 1^45*45^1=45 So, a=1 & b=45 46^1-1^46=45 So, a=46 & b=1
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Lesson Posted on 31/03/2020 Life Skills Coaching/Vedic Maths Training

To find the square of a 2 digit number ending in 5 in 3 seconds

Somnath Nag

I am a school teacher...an expert in mathematics ... Currently, I am teaching maths at my tuition centre...

Let us take a 2 digit number ending in 5 i.e 45 Now (45)² Step 1: multiply the digit at tens place by a number 1 greater than that i.e.4*5 =20 Step 2: write 25 after the multiplication i.e. 2025 Hence,(45)² =2025 Lets try it with a different two digit number ending in 5 i.e. 65 (65)²=... read more

Let us take a 2 digit number ending in 5 i.e 45

Now (45)²

Step 1: multiply the digit at tens place by a number 1 greater than that i.e.4*5 =20

Step 2: write 25 after the multiplication i.e. 2025

Hence,(45)² =2025

Lets try it with a different two digit number ending in 5 i.e. 65

(65)²= (6*7)/25=4225 (done in 3 seconds or may be lesser than that)

Hope you enjoyed

Now try to do it with 

1)85

2)55

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Answered on 30/03/2020 Life Skills Coaching/Vedic Maths Training

Somnath Nag

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VEDIC MATHS is a fascinating subject to start with. It enhances calculation speed and reduces silly mistakes. It is useful for all( from students to job aspirants).Before starting it, you must do the proper homework. You have to design a curriculum where the different sutras have a meaningful approach... read more

VEDIC MATHS is a fascinating subject to start with. It enhances calculation speed and reduces silly mistakes. It is useful for all( from students to job aspirants).
Before starting it, you must do the proper homework. You have to design a curriculum where the different sutras have a meaningful approach to everyday maths. Once you are done with it, you can start and crash courses on it.
Happy teaching and happy learning!
All the very best!

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Lesson Posted on 24/12/2019 Life Skills Coaching/Vedic Maths Training CBSE/Class 8

Easy Math Tricks - Squaring number ending with 5

Nikhil Chandra Gayam

I'm studying BE 4th year computer science at Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology(CBIT). My TSEamcet...

Have you felt that squaring a number is the tedious process? Well, not at least for numbers ending with 5. Here I present a simple trick which helps you calculate the squares of 2 digit and 3 digit numbers ending with 5 within seconds. Let's get into the trick!! Let's start with easy number 15 all of... read more

Have you felt that squaring a number is the tedious process? Well, not at least for numbers ending with 5. Here I present a simple trick which helps you calculate the squares of 2 digit and 3 digit numbers ending with 5 within seconds. Let's get into the trick!!

Let's start with easy number 15 all of you know the square of 15 is 225. 

Here 15 has two digits which are 1 and 5 

There are three simple steps  in this trick

Step 1:

Add 1 to number apart from last digit 5 here it is 1.

1+1=2

Step 2:

Now multiply 1 with the result 2

1*2=2

Step 3:

Now we know 52 =25

Just attach the number obtained in step 2 with 25 which is 225

And it's done!

 For clear understanding let's take another example

75

Step 1:

7+1=8

Step 2:

7*8=56

Step 3:

Attach 56 with 25 which is 5625

752 =5625

Very Simple right and you can use this principle for all numbers ending with 5

Let's take a 3 digit number 105

Step 1:

10+1=11

Step 2:

10*11=110

Step 3:

Attach 110 with 25 which is 11025

1052=11025

I hope the concept is clear by now, Ask me if you have doubts.

Happy Learning!

 

 

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Answered on 08/01/2020 Life Skills Coaching/Vedic Maths Training

Shubham Tandon

Quantitative Aptitude Mathematical Reasoning Trainer

As the old proverb says "Practice makes a man perfect". Becoming a Master in Mathematics is no different either. However to achieve that a good mentor plays an important role too who can give you guidance in achieving the goal with minimal time and effort. Both Magnitude and Direction are essential.... read more

As the old proverb says "Practice makes a man perfect". Becoming a Master in Mathematics is no different either. However to achieve that a good mentor plays an important role too who can give you guidance in achieving the goal with minimal time and effort. Both Magnitude and Direction are essential.  

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Answered on 15/10/2019 Tuition Life Skills Coaching/Vedic Maths Training

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Lesson Posted on 29/08/2019 Life Skills Coaching/Vedic Maths Training

How fast are you?

Rakesh Kumar Sharma

Imparting teaching since 1987-88. Class Room, Online, Workshop, Online, any mode. Written book on Vedic...

9999 x 9999 235 x 235 777 x 777 102x102x102 978x978 Do you know the techniques are lying in logical math? Any question of this sought, If you know, any of them, please reply and get appreciation. And if you don't, let us know we will make it clear. Mathematics is easy. Just enjoy. read more
  1. 9999 x 9999
  2. 235 x 235
  3. 777 x 777
  4. 102x102x102
  5. 978x978
  6. Do you know the techniques are lying in logical math?

Any question of this sought, If you know, any of them, please reply and get appreciation.

And if you don't, let us know we will make it clear.

Mathematics is easy. Just enjoy.

 

 

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Answered on 25/05/2019 Life Skills Coaching/Vedic Maths Training

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