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Friday, 23 March 2012 06:17

 The Power of Vedic Maths

Vedic Maths Learning and Teaching is our motto. We combine vedic maths with games to make vedic maths teaching effective. On this website you would find resources for Teachers, parents and CAT/ MBA aspirants. You would also find downloadbale e-books, pdfs, downloadable materials and number of articles related with vedic maths. To learn more about Magical Methods view the following Video...

 

 

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In 1998 when Mr. Pradeep Kumar (alumnus IIM Bangalore) started working on Vedic Maths, it was a little known subject and everybody who came to know about his decision discouraged him. At that point of time he felt that the vedic maths is incoherent. You had so many pearls around but all those pearls needed to be arranged in a way to form a necklace. In other words Vedic Maths needed to be arranged in a systematic way so that trainers can teach it and derive results.

 

Today, Magical Methods has made Vedic Maths teaching a systematic one, which delivers result. We train trainers for teaching class UKG- 1 (6 - 7 years), Class II - V (8 years to 11 years), Class VII - X (12 years to 15 years) and Advance Levels for teaching students preparing for for competitive examination.

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Finding Square of an adjacent number: One up PDF Print E-mail
Written by Pradeep Kumar   
Sunday, 17 April 2011 20:12

You know the squares of 30, 40, 50, 60 etc. but if you are required to calculate square of 31 or say 61 then you will scribble on paper and try to answer the question. Can it be done mentally? Some of you will say may be and some of you will say may not be. But if I give you a formula then all of you will say, yes! it can be. What is that formula…..

The formula is simple and the application is simpler.

Say you know 602 = 3600

Then 612 will be given by the following

612 = 602 + (60 + 61) = 3600 + 121 = 3721

or Say you know 252 = 625 then

262 = 625 + (25 + 26) = 676

Like above, you can find out square of a number that is one less than the number whose square is known. In this I have utilized the Base Technique of Vedic Maths. You can use this technique to find the square of a number which is one more than the square of a known number.
 

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Mr. Pradeep Kumar is an avid researcher and a remarkable trainer. He has over 20 years experience in industry. His work on Indian Mathematics (Vedic Maths) is most referred work across the country. He trains teachers to teach maths to children through games. He applies Vedic Math priciples and Games to bring desired improvement in students. Hundreds of schools and thousands of teachers teaches children using his methodology. Magical Methods has grown from a small entity to a behemoth under him. Magical Methods

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Finding Square of an adjacent number: One below PDF Print E-mail
Written by Pradeep Kumar   
Sunday, 17 April 2011 20:22

Likewise, you can find out square of a number that is one less than the number whose square is known.

Let me show it by taking an example:
Say you know 602 = 3600
Then 592 will be given by the following
592 = 602 - (60 + 59) = 3600 - 119 = 3481
or Say you know 252 = 625 then
242 = 625 - (25 + 24) = 576
Apply it to find square of a digit, which is one, less than the square of known digit. This works very well for the complete range of numbers. In this I have utilized the Base Technique of Vedic Maths. You can use this technique to find the square of anumber which is one less than the square of a known number.


 

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Mr. Pradeep Kumar is an avid researcher and a remarkable trainer. He has over 20 years experience in industry. His work on Indian Mathematics (Vedic Maths) is most referred work across the country. He trains teachers to teach maths to children through games. He applies Vedic Math priciples and Games to bring desired improvement in students. Hundreds of schools and thousands of teachers teaches children using his methodology. Magical Methods has grown from a small entity to a behemoth under him. Magical Methods




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