Dear friends ! Upto which table do you know? At least Upto 10, awesome! You have crossed the mountain! Don't worry for the rest of the tables! From 10th to 99th, any table, very easy! I didn't know this. Because this vedic mathematics was not taught to us in school. How to write Table of any two digit number? For example Table of *87* First write down *table of 8 then write down table of 7 beside it* 08 0 7 (08+0) 87 ------------------------------------ 16 1 4 (16+1) 174 24 2 1 (24+2) 261 32 2 8 (32+2) 348 40 3 5 (40+3) 435 48 4 2 (48+4) 522 56 4 9 (56+4) 609 64 5 6 (64+5) 696 72 6 3 (72+6) 783 80 7 0 (80+7) 870 Now table of 38 03 0 8 (3+0) 38 06 1 6 (6+1) 76 09 2 4 (9+2) 114 12 3 2 (12+3) 152 15 4 0 (15+4) 190 18 4 8 (18+4) 228 21 5 6 (21+5) 266 24 6 4 (24+6) 304 27 7 2 (27+7) 342 30 8 0 (30+8) 380 33 8 8 (33+8) 418 36 9 6 (36+9) 456 Now table of 92 09 02 (09+0) 92 18 04 (18+0) 184 27 06 (27+0) 276 36 08 (36+0) 368 45 10 (45+1) 460 54 12 (54+1) 552 63 14 (63+1) 644 72 16 (72+1) 736 81 18 (81+1) 828 90 20 (90+2) 920 99 22 (99+1) 1012 108 24 (108+2) 1104 This way one can make Tables from 10 to 99 Share & teach children, if you feel right. Intelligence booster! The brilliance of the country is full of unthinkable treasures! This is our Vedic Mathematics!!.
This part of Vedic Maths is Very brilliant!If we read more articles on Vedic Mathematics, perhaps we may have to change our opinion jayasala42
@jayasala42 Thank you for your response Madam. This is truly brilliant. I never knew maths could be so interesting and simple
@Cheeniya Thanks. Ancient Indian mathematics are full of surprises. It is said zero is gift from India. 2. One remembers BHASKARA AND his daughter's marriage arrangement and waiting for an auspicious hour and the hour glass tilted resulting in missing auspicious time. 3. One remembers abacus for basic arithmetic learning. Japanese too have simple method in arithmetic using crossing lines and counting intercepts. 4.Tractenberg too, in erstwhile Russian jail invented memory calculations in high speed basic arithmetic . 5. This year is 900th birth anniversary of ancient Hindu mathematician....guss whom.. Regards.
@Thyagarajan Thank you for the wonderful tidbits Thyagu. I am not that knowledgeable about the ancient mathematicians
Pleasure is mine. With help of google, it is easy for one to turn historian in Mathematics of the orient. Google “Leelavati” and there you have knowledge of ancient that includes Vedic maths. A stout book published by an Indian is available on Vedic maths. I remember to have seen it with my son few decades ago. I have come cross an interesting fact about number 2520. Simple fact about uniqueness of this number is that it is exactly divisible by natural number one to ten. There are many other ways it is considered unique. Half of factorial 7 written as 7! /2= 5040/2 =2520. ( 1x2x3x4x5x6x7 = 7!) It is written for love of mathematics certainly not to flabbergast the readers read our followers. Regards.
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