Author: Shriram M Chauthaiwale
Publisher: Art of Living Publication
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9789380592749
What is Vedic Mathematics?
Vedic Mathematics is ancient system of mathematics which was formulated and encapsulated in modern form by jagadguru Swami Bharthi Krishna Tirtha ji. He is the 143rd Shankaracharya of Goverdhan Peeth, Puri. He formulated Sixteen Sutras and thirteen upasutras. These sutras can be applied effectively in conventional mathematics for faster solutions than the methods usually being.
Why should one know Vedic Mathematics?
The Solution of the problem can be viewed in different dimensions, Providing variety of ways to get the answer which is derived in a simple, fast and accurate manner.
How effective are Vedic Math techniques?
Multiplication tables up to 5 sufficient to solve a problem in Vedic Maths. It has the Capability of performing multiple operations at one time. Vedic Mathematics optimally utilizes both hemi-spheres of the brain is the seat of language and processes in a logical and sequential order, while the right side is visual (spatial), intuitive, random boothing of memory and concentration.
Will it support school Curriculum?
The Vedic Maths Methods are parallel and supplemental to the school study. It does not confuse the child. Vedic Maths focus is on mastering the core skills that a child needs : to be successful in Secondary education and beyond. The course syllabus can be designed dynamically in tandem with the school curriculum. This helps in developing the mental abilities of a child. We can custom design Vedic Maths course according to the school academic requirements.
Will Vedic Maths be Usefull for Higher Classes?
Yes, Concepts such as quadratic Equations, Simultaneous Equations, Trigonometry and even Calculus has been made simple and easier Vedic Mathematics.
Will Vedic Maths help a Student to Minimize Careless Mistakes?
In Vedic Mathematics, the one-line mental formulae have an inbuilt series of verifying methods. Therefore, the chance of a wrong answer is minimized.
1. Brief History on Indian Mathematics
2. Introduction to Vedic Mathematics
4. Fundamental Concepts
6. Subtraction of the Numbers
7. Ordhvatiryak Multiplication
8. Multiplication (Some Special Cases)
9. Sum of Product & Product of Sums
10. Base Multiplication
12. Sum/Products of Squares
14. Dhvajanka Division
15. Division of Sums / Products
16. Square Roots of Number
17. Cube Roots