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Ancient Knowledge - Vedic Maths

**The competitve exams of today are virtually a race against time. The candidate is expected to perform an incredible amount of mathematical work in a very short time. The time available for sorting out one question ranges from 15 to 36 seconds. Given such a scenrio, tradional methods of solving questions seem anachronistic-outdated, to put it simply.**

**A new approach is the nee of the hour – an approach that is speed oriented and yet simple to follow and apply. This is exactly where Vedic Maths comes in to the picture.**

**Vedic Maths is shorter, quicker and easy to remember techniques enable any student to do calculations faster than they would with conventional methods.**

Spread Ancient Knowledge - Vedic Maths

Indian Mathematics

Vedic Mathematics

Sixteen Sutras And Upa Sutras

Squares – Numbers Consists All Digit Of 2

Squares – Numbers Consists All Digit Of 3

Squares – Numbers Consists All Digit Of 6

Squares – Numbers Consists All Digit Of 9

Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 1 & Rest Of All Digits 9

Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 2 & Rest Of All Digits 9

Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 3 & Rest Of All Digits 9

Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 4 & Rest Of All Digits 9

Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 5 & Rest Of All Digits 9

Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 6 & Rest Of All Digits 9

Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 7 & Rest Of All Digits 9

Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 8 & Rest Of All Digits 9

Multiplying By 5

Multiplying By 8

Multiplying By 9

Multiplying By 11

Multiplying By 12

Multiplying By 25

Multiplying By 75

Multiplication Two Digits – Line Method

Multiplication Any Two Digit Number

Multiplying 2 Numbers With The Same Ten’s Digit

Multiplying Two Numbers That End In 5

Squares Of Numbers Ending In 5

Squares Of Numbers Ending In 6

Squares Of Numbers Ending In 4

Squares Of Numbers Ending In 9

Addition By Ekadhikena Purvena

Addition – Using Zero Ending Method

Adding Consecutive Number

Adding Consecutive Numbers Starting From 1

Finding The Sum Of All Odd Numbers Starting From 1

Finding The Sum Of All Even Numbers Starting From 2

Subtraction By Ekadhikena Purvena

Subtraction By Nikhilam Navataha Caramam Dashtaha

Starting Complements From The Middle Of The Sum

Leaving Complements In The Middle Of The Sum

Subtraction Of Similar Digits

Complements More Than Once In The Same Sum

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