19 May 2006

# Vedic Mathematics !

Guys!

Not many are aware of the fantastic world of Vedic Mathematics. I think we can have interesting discussions on mental math techniques. I'll work on getting some starter tips & tricks for the benefit of CEans.

-The Big K-

rick

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19 May 2006
is it me?

I'm not quite sure of whats being talked here 😕 . What is vedic mathematics? I never heard about it.

Where do they use vedic mathematics? can someone explain?
20 May 2006
Vedic Mathematics explained

Hi Rick,

Allow me to explain. Vedic Mathematics is a system of mental-calculations. In the middle of 20th century, this system of mental calculations was developed by Shri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji. The system has roots in ancient Indian Vedas.

The system evolves around 16 basic 'sutras' or rules. The rules (probably we'll discuss them in quantitative ability section) are the foundation of mental calculation techniques. The rules are very simple and can be easily understood.

I'll put the simple techniques of Vedic mathematics later. Keep watching this thread. I'm sure we have a lot to learn here ! 😀

-The Big K-

crook

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21 May 2006
That's a good explanation, big K. I have a couple of mental math tricks too. I'll post them here. I think we should have separate threads for discussiing various techniques. What do you think?

Really great initiative!

Jerry

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21 May 2006
good thread. I had a chance to learn some mental math tricks few years ago and I'll be glad to share them with you.

as crook suggested, start a new thread for each technique.

Jerry
21 May 2006
bring them on !

That's fantastic crook & jerry!

Feel free to start new threads for discussions. But plesae do make sure that the threads are titled appropriately. The title should give an idea about the discussion going on in the thread.

Looking for some great posts!

-The Big K-
22 May 2006
The_Big_K
I'll put the simple techniques of Vedic mathematics later. Keep watching this thread. I'm sure we have a lot to learn here ! 😀

-The Big K-
Hey biggi....
Am waiting for some of the techniques....
If draft isnot ready you can giveme some raw data or link on PM...
--Crazy
22 May 2006
Hi Crazyboy!

I need to compile some data which I've in books and articles on internet. I'll need some time to do that. Meanwhile, you may gather some information from Internet and start a new thread. Let us not 'copy' the articles from somewhere. Instead, let's write articles ourselves.

-The Big K-
03 Jul 2006
Some techniques of VM..(Vedic mathamatics...)

* Multiplication of two digit no.

Multiply 73 *37
It will easily take around 50 sec for a person to solve it...
but with VM one can solve it within 25 sec... so it will save your 25 sec....Half the time...This shows the effieiency of the VM...

trick is :

73
37 *
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3*7= 21(right hand side)
take 1, carry over 2
now 7*7+3*3+ carry over (2)=60
take 0, carry over 6
[now multiply 7*3=21(left hand side) + carryover 6] = 27
so arrange this ...

[{now multiply 7*3=21 + carryover 6 = 27}{now 7*7+3*3+ carry over (2)=62}{take 1 }] = 2701

This is looking very long procedure...
But i am sure if you will try a little you will be able to solve any multiplication problem up to 2 digit with in 20-25 sec easily....

Next lesson tomorrow...till than bbye
--Crazy
03 Jul 2006
exercise for today...

74*57
53*39
43*97
93*87
49 *95

Enjoy VM...

--Crazy
03 Jul 2006
Good initiative!

Crazyboy - this a fantastic initiative from your side 😀

Consider starting a new thread for each new technique. It will make search easier & CEans will be able to discuss new technieque in its own thread. It will also help to keep the discussions separate.

-The Big K-

crook

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03 Jul 2006
great work done !

great job crazyboy 😁

start a new thread for this discussion as biggie says 😁

sttepz

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06 Jul 2006
this is damn kewl !!! keep it up crazy!!!!

rick

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13 Jul 2006
Vedic mathematics rocks 😁. I wish I knew this before 😕

Neha

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16 Jul 2006
gr8!!!

I could never think of it...gr8 job Crazyboy!!!

Mahesh

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08 Oct 2006
Hi friends,

consider an example 45*11

To do this,just keep units place as it is.Then start add it with its adjacent digits here it is (5+4=9).9 will be next digit.continue this until you end up with first digit.
consider another example with 3 digit number...
Eg: 375*11

First digit of ans=5
Second digit of ans=5+7=12=2(As it is >10,1 is added to next digit and digit will be 2)
Third digit of ans=7+3=10+1=11=1
Fouth digit of ans=3+1=4

Mahesh

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08 Oct 2006
As you can see multiplication with 11,you can follow same method for 12,...19 with some variation.

Consider an example 486*12

for this,6*2=12
8*2+6=22
4*2+8=16
4=4