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.