# Vedic Maths Archive

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

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

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

Special shortcut methods of squaring 2 digit numbers In previous articles we’ve discussed special shortcut Vedic Math Techniques to find the square of any number ending in 5 and square of 2 digit numbers ending in 9.

Both the videos given below cover Vedic Maths Multiplication Trick i.e. The Criss-Cross Method or Urdhva Tiryak Sutra. Each video is made using different tools and aids. I would request you to share your opinion on which

Vedic Mathematics is the name given to the ancient mathematics system. The “Bharati Krsna Tirthaji” from the Vedas rediscovered it and according to him, all the mathematics is based on the 16 sutras. These are also known

Some tricks for faster calculation:
1. Multiplying 5 times an even number: halve the number you are multiplying by and place a zero after the number.

Traditionally, multiplication of multiple digit numbers is done as a series of multiplications that are eventually added together to form a final answer. The criss-cross method is a variation on this technique that allows for much quicker

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