a. What is Vedic mathematics and its importance b. Who is the Father of Vedic Mathematics and why is it useful? c. Its benefits, expectations and course details
a. Meaning of 16 Vedic Sutras and their English translations and its importance b. Explanation on Sutras for Arithmetic computation c. Explanation on Sutras for Algebraic computation
a. One more than previous one b. Square of numbers ending in 5 c. Examples and exercise
a. Explanation on all from nine and last from ten b. Examples and exercises
a. Explanation on transpose and adjust b. Multiplication when numbers are close to the base - When both numbers are below the base - When both numbers are above the base - When one number is above and other is below the working base. c. Examples and exercise
a. Explanation on one less than the previous one b. Multiplication by 9,99,999,..... c. Explanation, examples and exercise
a. When final digits add upto 10 b. When the sum of final digit is the base and previous parts are same c. Explanation, examples and exercise
a. Whatever the extent of the deficiency b. Square of any number c. Explanation, examples and exercise
a. Vertical cross product of numbers b. Inside outside principle c. Multiplication of 2 digit multiplicand and 2 digit multiplier d. Division - single digit and double digit divisor e. Examples and exercise
a. The total in the expressions equal to total in the product b. Multiplication of numbers with zero's - Multiplication of numbers with decimal - Law of Index Multiplication c - Explanation on all the above, its examples and exercise.
a. Individuality and totality b. Particular and common c. Finding average, HCF and LCM - With examples and exercise
a. Transpose and adjust (Same as chapter - 3, but here it is in Algebraic computation) b. Solve the given equations by examples
a. Vertically and crosswise (Same as chapter - 7, but here it is in Algebraic computation) b. Alternate method: First by First and Last by the Last c. Explanation, examples and exercise
a. Whenever the expression is the same, that expression is zero Type-1:- Samuccaya as a common factor Type-2:- Samuccaya as a product of the independent terms Type-3:- Samuccaya as the sum of the denominators of two fractions having the same numerical numerators Type-4:- Samuccaya as the sum of numerators and the sum of denominators Type-5:- Samuccaya as the sum or total of denominators on both sides b. Explanation on all the above types, its examples and exercise c. Refer the Summary table in the end
a. How to learn tables mentally without memorizing, in seconds. b. Magic with calculating Tables from 12 to 19 c. Super fast way of calculating Tables up to 99...using Vedic mathematics tricks which makes Tables More Interesting.
a. Calculating the day of any particular date b. Amazing technique of mastering 500 years calendar on your fingertips c. You can amaze your family and friends by telling the day on which they were born on hearing their birth dates in less than 5 seconds
a. Solving grade 6 Math problem by fractions using NCERT syllabus b. Difference between Conventional Maths and Vedic Maths c. How do we add or subtract mixed fractions?
a. Competitive exams can be solved very easily and quickly using Vedic Tricks b. Saves time and writing work during exams c. Here I will be Explaining few Aptitude questions using Vedic method.
a. What is Multiplication ? b. Difference between Conventional Method and Vedic Method c. About the Father of Vedic Maths d. Benefits and importance of Multiplication e. Different ways of calculating Multiplication using Vedic formula or tricks
a. How to learn tables mentally in seconds without memorizing b. Magic with calculating tables from 12 to 19 c. Super fast way of calculating tables up to 99...using Vedic maths tricks which makes tables more interesting
a. How to calculate in less than 5 seconds b. - Multiplicand digits = Multiplier digits - Multiplicand digits < Multiplier digits - Multiplicand digits > Multiplier digits c. Followed by examples and exercise sums
a. Multiplying any number by 10,100,1000.... b. Multiplying any number by 5 c. Multiplying any number by 50 d. Multiplying any number by 25... e. Refer the summary table f. Followed by examples and exercise under each type
a. Interesting chapter - Multiplication with 11, 111, 1111,..... b. It can be solved in less than 5 seconds using interesting Vedic tricks c. Followed by examples and exercise
a. Multiplication by 12, 112, 1112,.... b. Multiplication by Tables of 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19... with the help of 2 - 9 tables c. Multiplication by 113, 114, 1115, 1116,...... d. Followed by examples and exercise
a. Multiplying numbers below the base b. Multiplying numbers above the base c. Mixed base Multiplication d. Decimal Multiplication e. Explanation on all the above types, its examples and exercise
a. In Beginners Guide we just learnt the basics on Urdhva-Tiryagbhyam in Chapter -7, now we are going to learn Vertical and Crosswise method of multiplication in detail. b. Pattern 1: 2x2 digit multiplication Pattern 2: 3x3 digit multiplication Pattern 3: 3x2 digit multiplication Pattern 4: 4x4 digit multiplication Pattern 5: 4x3 digit multiplication Pattern 6: 5x5 digit multiplication c. Explanation on all the above types, its examples and exercise d. Refer the pattern table given in the end
a. Squares ending in 5 (can be calculated in seconds), meaning, examples and exercise b. Squares of any number. Here we are going to learn Squares of any number with the help of Vedic mathematics tricks c. Followed by examples and exercise
Vedic mathematics techniques not only help us to give answers in straight steps which are very fast and accurate but also help us to check the answers effectively without repeating the actual calculation by the use of DIGIT SUM. Here we are checking if our multiplication answers are right using digit sum method
a. Solving sums using Vertically and Crosswise method b. Difference between Conventional method and Vedic method c. Alternate Method - First by First and Last by the Last. d. Explanation on all the above types, its examples and exercise.
a- Meaning of Division and its 4 basic terms? b- Benefits of Division c- 5 interesting chapters similar to Multiplication
a- Easy way to calculate Tables. b- Need to know tables from 2-9 and the rest will have tricks to calculate. c- Tables up to 99 can be solved with few amazing tricks. d- Examples and Exercise problems are given.
a- Explanation on Types of Base Method calculation b- Below Base, Above Base and Mixed Base c- Case-1 Examples for Below Base i.e., 10 and 100 d- Example sums When divisor is 9, 99... e- Case-2 Examples for Above Base method f- Exercise problems for Below base and Above base.
a- Introduction b- Division by 2 digit divisor (with remainder) c- Division by 2 digit divisor (with adjustment) d- Division by 3 digit divisor e- Examples and Exercise problems for all the above methods.
a- Introduction about Auxiliary Fraction b- Case-1 :- When the divisor ends in 9 c- Case-2 :- When the divisor ends in 8 d- Examples and Exercise Problems.
a- Interesting Digit Sum trick to cross check the final answers. b- Examples and Exercise problems to cross check whether the final answers are correct or incorrect.
a- Base b- Complement c- Meaning and example sums d- Finding Complement using Nikhilam Method (All from nine and last from ten). e- When a 0 comes in between the number f- When a 0 comes at the end of the number g- Examples and Exercise problems.
a- Times Tables from 12-19 b- Meaning c- Examples on table 12 and 13 d- Few other examples from 14-19 e- Exercise.
a- Multiplication with 10,100,1000... b- Multiplication with 5, 50, 25,.. c- Meaning, examples and exercise with answers
a- Meaning b- Multiplication with 9, 99, 999,... c- Examples and exercise with answers
a- Multiplication with 11 b- Meaning and examples c- Dot Sandwich Method - Meaning d- Multiples of 11- 22,33,.. d- Examples and exercise with answers.
a- Sanskrit name and meaning b- Example on Vertical and Crosswise method c- Difference with Vedic maths and Conventional maths d- Alternate method:- Inside-Outside Principle e- Meaning, example and exercise with answers.
a- Meaning b- Example with two-digit square c- Example with three-digit square d- Exercise with answers.
a-Introduction on - The Vedic Tricks b-Roadmap c-Vedic maths community d-
7 interesting chapters e-Different Vedic Tricks/Formulae f- Each chapter well explained with exciting tricks, following by meaning, examples, and exercises with answers.
Part-1:- Fun with Fractions
*Meaning and benefits, Roadmap
Case-1:- Types of Fractions
Case-2:- Denominators of Fractions are Composite numbers.
Part-2:- HCF and LCM:-
A- Meaning and its importance
B- Average, HCF and LCM
C- Examples and Exercise sums
1- Chapter-1:- Fun with Fractions:-
a- Meaning of Fractions and its benefits
b- Fractions is divided into 2 categories:-
i- When Denominators are relatively Prime (types)
ii- When Denominators are Composite Numbers.
c- Case-1:- Types of Fractions:-
i- Addition of Fractions
ii- Subtraction of Fraction
iii- Mixed Fractions
d- Followed by Examples and Exercises.
2- Chapter-2:- (Continue from ch-1)
Case 2 :- When denominators are Composite Numbers:-
i- Meaning and Benefits
ii- Followed by Examples and Exercises.
3- Chapter-3:- HCF / LCM :-
Meaning and its Benefits
i- INTERESTING SQUARES:-
a:- Squares of Numbers Ending in 5
b:- Squares of Numbers Near The Base
c:- Squares by Duplex Method
d:- Square Roots in One Line
ii- MAGIC CUBES:-
e:- Cubes of Any Number
f:- Cubes by Base Method
g:- Cube Roots in One Line
1- Chapter-1:- Squares of numbers ending in 5
i- Meaning and its benefits
iii- Examples and Exercises
2- Chapter-2:- Squares of Numbers Near the Base
i- Meaning and Formula
ii- Squares of Numbers Below the Base
iii- Squares of Numbers Above the Base
iv- Followed by Examples and Exercises
3- Chapter-3:- Squares by Duplex Method
i- Meaning of Duplex Method
ii- Summary Table of Duplex Computation
iii- Computation of Squares using Duplex
iv- Finding Squares for 2, 3, 4 and 5 digit numbers
v- Followed by Examples and Exercises
4- Chapter-4:- Square Roots in One Line
i- Meaning and its Benefits
ii- Two Types:-
a- Square Roots of a Perfect Square
b- Square Roots of a Imperfect Square
c- Formula for both
d- Natural numbers and last digit of square formula table
e- Followed by Examples and Exercises
5- Chapter-5:- Cubes of Any Number
i- Meaning and its Importance
ii- Interesting Formulas and its steps
iii- Followed by Examples and Exercises
6- Chapter-6:- Cubes by Base Method
i- Meaning and its Types
ii- Cubes of Numbers Above the Base
iii- Cubes of Numbers Below the Base
iv- Interesting Formula and its steps
v- Followed by Examples and Exercises
7- Chapter-7:- Cube Roots in One Line
i- Meaning and its Benefits
ii- CubeRoots of a Perfect Cube
iii- Natural numbers and last digit of Cube Formula Tables
iv- General Guideline
v- Followed by Examples and Exercises