By Malvika Kashyap

April 30, 2022

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Vedic Mathematics is a set of techniques/sutras for quickly and easily solving mathematical problems.

The 'Father of Vedic Mathematics,' Shankaracharya Bharati Krishna Tirtha Maharaj, is known as Shankaracharya Bharati Krishna Tirtha Maharaj.

Take any integer and divide it by two, depending on whether it is even or odd (get half of the number).

Number that is closer to the original. Then look for the difference and multiply it by the original number. Multiply the outcome by the base. Add the result to the difference squared.

1000 – 573 =? simply subtract each figure in 573 from 9 and then subtract the last figure from 10. The answer is: 427

Any integer ending in 5 has a square that always finishes in 25 and starts with the previous integer's multiple and one more than the integer.

1st step: Multiply the number by 2 2nd step: Move the decimal point to left. 3rd step: Left side of the decimal point is your answer.

The first digit of 9 multiplication is 1 less than the multiplicand's first digit, while the second digit subtracts the reduced digit from a multiple of 9.

We recognise that this is merely an attempt to familiarise you with a few unique Vedic Mathematics methods. Continue practising until you have a command of it!

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