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This PPT contains The Historical Background, Basic Examples, Quiz, and a complete introduction to Vedic Mathematics.

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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

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

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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.

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.

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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.

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.

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Vedic mathematics – The Historical Background

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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.

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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Exercise

1) 89 * 56 = ___________________________

2) 49*89 = ____________________________

3) 88*92 = ____________________________

4) 59*68 = ____________________________

1) 89 * 56 = ___________________________

2) 49*89 = ____________________________

3) 88*92 = ____________________________

4) 59*68 = ____________________________

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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

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

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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

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

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SOLUTION

3) 88*92

88 88-100 = -12

92 92-100 = -8

(88+92)-100 -12* -8 = 96

80 96

8096

3) 88*92

88 88-100 = -12

92 92-100 = -8

(88+92)-100 -12* -8 = 96

80 96

8096

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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

4012

4) 59*68

59 59-100 = -41

68 68-100 = -32

(59+68)-100 -41* -32 = 1312

27 1312

- 27+13 12

- 40 12

4012

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