## Guest Post: Vedic Mathematics 3 – Multiplication with a series of 9’s

Sanjay Guilati (author) has been teaching computer and mathematics in Bhilai , state Chattisgarh in India for 15 years. Currently he is a  teacher in a senior secondary school and he is also involved in teacher training.  His online work can be found in Mathematics Academy.

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Students often fear multiplication of numbers, which involve lot of 9’s in them. However the truth is exactly the opposite. The higher the number of 9’s in the question, the easier it is to calculate the correct answer.

There can be three cases with multiplication with series of 9’s

1. Multiplying a number with an equal number of 9’s
2. Multiplying a number with more number of 9’s
3. Multiplying a number with less number of 9’s

Here we are discussing Case 1 only and leaving the rest two cases for the readers to explore. » Read more

## Guest Post: Vedic Mathematics 2 – Squaring Numbers Ending in 5

Sanjay Guilati (author) has been teaching computer and mathematics in Bhilai , state Chhattisgarh in India for 15 years. Currently he is a  teacher in a seniorsecondary school and he is also involved in teacher training.  Sanjay is the writer of the new blog titled Mathematics Academy.

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Vedic Mathematics 2 – Squaring Numbers Ending in 5
by Sanjay Gulati

In Vedic Mathematics, there are two types of techniques: specific techniques and general techniques. The specific techniques are fast and effective but can only be applied to a particular combination of numbers. On the other hand,  Vertically and Crosswise method is one of the  general techniques in Vedic Mathematics , as it can be used to multiply numbers of any possible combination of digits. Thus general techniques have a much wider scope of application than specific techniques because they deal with a wider range of numbers. Here first we will discuss some of the specific techniques.

## Guest Post: Introduction to Vedic Mathematics

Sanjay Guilati (author) has been teaching computer and mathematics in Bhilai , state Chhattisgarh in India for 15 years. Currently he is a  teacher in a senior secondary school and he is also involved in teacher training.  Sanjay is the writer of the new blog titled Mathematics Academy.

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Note: This is the first part of a 2-part guest post on Vedic Mathematics.

You must have heard of Vedic Mathematics but wondered what this meant and what it is all about.

Well, Vedic Mathematics is a collection of set of sixteen mathematics formulae (called sutras) discovered by Jagatguru Swami Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji Maharaj.

These sixteen formulae can be used to solve problems of different branches of mathematics viz arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus etc.

Difficult mathematics problems which take number of steps to solve can be solved in few steps using Vedic Mathematics. In some cases problems can even be solved mentally without any intermediate steps. » Read more

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