# Introduction to Vedic Mathematics. Contributed by: This PPT contains The Historical Background, Basic Examples, Quiz, and a complete introduction to Vedic Mathematics.
1. INTRODUCTION
TO VEDIC
MATHEMATICS
BY
TUSHAR BHATT
[ M.Sc, M.Phil(Maths), B.Ed , P.G.D.C.A,
M.A(Edu),M.Phil(Stat), Ph.D(Pursuing) ]
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN MATHEMATICS,
AITS - RAJKOT
2. What is Vedic mathematics?
Vedic Mathematics is the surname given to a supposedly ancient
system of calculation which was "rediscovered" from the Vedas
between 1911 and 1918 by Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji Maharaj
(1884-1960). According to Tirthaji, all of Vedic mathematics is
based on sixteen Sutras, or word-formulae.
3. Vedic mathematics – The Historical Background
Welcome to the wonderful world of "Vedic" mathematics, a science
that its founder claims was lost due to the advent of modern
mathematics. Vedic mathematics is said by its founder to be a gift
given to this world by the ancient sages of India, though there is no
historical evidence whatsoever for this claim. It is a system for
limited arithmetic and polynomial calculation which is simpler and
more enjoyable than the equivalent algorithms of modern
Vedic Mathematics is the surname given to a supposedly ancient
system of calculation which was "rediscovered" from the Vedas
between 1911 and 1918 by Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji Maharaj
(1884-1960). According to Tirthaji, all of Vedic mathematics is based
on sixteen Sutras, or word-formulae. For example, "Vertically and
Crosswise" is one of these Sutras. These formulae are intended to
describe the way the mind naturally works, and are therefore
supposed to be a great help in directing the student to the
appropriate method of solution.
4. Vedic mathematics – The Historical Background
5. Vedic mathematics – The Historical Background
Perhaps the most striking feature of the Tirthaji system is
its coherence. The whole system is interrelated and
unified: the general multiplication method, for example,
is easily reversed to allow one-line divisions, and the
simple squaring method can be reversed to give one-line
square roots. And, these are all easily understood. This
unifying quality is very satisfying, it makes arithmetic easy
and enjoyable, and it encourages innovation.
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29. Exercise
1) 89 * 56 = ___________________________
2) 49*89 = ____________________________
3) 88*92 = ____________________________
4) 59*68 = ____________________________
30. SOLUTION
1) 89*56
89 89-100 = -11
56 56-100 = -44
(89+56)-100 -11* -44 = 484
45 484
4 5+4 = 9 84
4984
31. SOLUTION
2) 49*89
49 49-100 = -51
89 89-100 = -11
(49+89)-100 -51* -11 = 561
38 561
3 8+5 = 13 61
61
3+1=4 3
4361
32. SOLUTION
3) 88*92
88 88-100 = -12
92 92-100 = -8
(88+92)-100 -12* -8 = 96
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8096
33. SOLUTION
4) 59*68
59 59-100 = -41
68 68-100 = -32
(59+68)-100 -41* -32 = 1312
27 1312
- 27+13 12
- 40 12
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