# Quick Maths Archive

Mnemonic (pronounced neh-MAHN-ik ) is a learning technique that aids information retention in our memory. It can be a rhyme, abbreviation or mental image that helps you in memorizing something which is otherwise difficult to commit to

Do you struggle with solving simultaneous equations? By simultaneous I mean equations with multiple unknown variables. Generally the number of equations given will be equal to the number of equations. Let’s take an example, 3x + 4y

In this post, we will learn how to find the square root of numbers which are not perfect squares. The answer we get using this quick calculation technique gives us an approximate answer. However, approximation becomes a

No matter how much you hate it but the importance of mathematics in every day life can never be ignored. Math is all around us, in everything we do. It is the building block for everything in

Land of millions, India has contributed greatly in the field of science and mathematics. From Trigonometry to Zero and many others; Vedic Mathematics is one such concept that has been introduced by Indian mathematicians. The following post

In this article we will explore a shortcut to find the fourth power of any 2 digit number. The approach will be similar to the shortcut to find the cube of any 2 digit number. I strongly

How would you add two numbers? Let’s say I have to add 35 and 59. 35 + 59 would mean first add 5+9 = 14. Write 4 and carry over1. Then add this 1 to 3 and

Learn to Quickly Calculate Square of Any Three Digit Number The method of squaring any 3 digit number is an extension of my last post on finding square of any two digit number. To understand and appreciate

In this post I’ve tried to improvise on the method of squaring presented in one of the earlier posts on Quickermaths.com itself. This trick of squaring any two digit number with ease is inspired by squaring techniques

If you know how to quickly multiply any number by 11 (click on the link to read further), the short cut multiplication method for 22, 33, etc. becomes easy to grasp. It’s an extension to the earlier

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