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Here we have 3 Topics explained in detail, lets's see what are they:-
We have Fractions, HCF and LCM
Fractions are nothing but having a number on top and a number on the bottom with a line between the two numbers. Here the number on top is the Numerator and the number on the bottom is called the Denominator. We use the Vertically and Crosswise formula.
Under Fractions we have 2 Cases:-
1- When the denominators are Relatively Prime
2- When the denominators are Composite Numbers.
B- HCF / LCM
Here we have easy tricks to solve Average, HCF and LCM.
Most commonly we use the division method or prime factorization method to find the Highest Common Factor(HCF).
The Lowest Common Multiple(LCM) of 2 or more numbers is the smallest number(not zero) that is a multiple of all the given numbers.
All the above topics give easy ways to calculate and find answers in very simple methods.
The procedures of finding answers are made shorter and few tips have been given.
Introduction | 5:25 Minsa. What is Vedic mathematics and its importance b. Who is the Father of Vedic Mathematics and why is it useful? c. Its benefits, expectations, and course details
Vedic Maths Sutras | 12:13 Minsa. Meaning of 16 Vedic Sutras and their English translations and their importance b. Explanation on Sutras for Arithmetic computation c. Explanation on Sutras for Algebraic computation
Chapter 1: Ekadhikena Purvena | 7.12 Minsa. One more than previous oneb. Square of numbers ending in 5c. Examples and exercise
Chapter 2: Nikhilam Navatas'caraman Das'atah | 4.18 Minsa. Explanation on all from nine and last from tenb. Examples and exercises
Chapter 3: Paravartya Yojayet | 41.15 Minsa. Explanation on transpose and adjustb. Multiplication when numbers are close to the base- When both numbers are below the base- When both numbers are above the base- When one number is above and other is below the working base.c. Examples and exercise
Chapter 4: Ekanyunena Purvena | 9.33 Minsa. Explanation on one less than the previous oneb. Multiplication by 9,99,999,.....c. Explanation, examples and exercise
Chapter 5: Anthyayordas'ake'pi | 9.31 Minsa. When final digits add upto 10b. When the sum of final digit is the base and previous parts are samec. Explanation, examples and exercise
Chapter 6: Yavadunam | 13.49 Minsa. Whatever the extent of the deficiencyb. Square of any numberc. Explanation, examples and exercise
Chapter 7: Urdhva-Tiryagbhyam (Vertically and Crosswise) | 43.55 Minsa. Vertical cross product of numbersb. Inside outside principlec. Multiplication of 2 digit multiplicand and 2 digit multiplierd. Division - single digit and double digit divisore. Examples and exercise
Chapter 8: Gunakasamuccaya Samuccayagunaka | 10.33 Minsa. The total in the expressions equal to total in the productb. Multiplication of numbers with zero's- Multiplication of numbers with decimal- Law of Index Multiplicationc - Explanation on all the above, its examples and exercise.
Chapter 9: Vyasti - Samasti | 8.11 Minsa. Individuality and totalityb. Particular and commonc. Finding average, HCF and LCM - With examples and exercise
Chapter 10: Paravartya Yojayet | 2.3 Minsa. Transpose and adjust (Same as chapter - 3, but here it is in Algebraic computation)b. Solve the given equations by examples
Chapter 11: Urdhva-tiryagbhyam | 15.49 Minsa. Vertically and crosswise (Same as chapter - 7, but here it is in Algebraic computation)b. Alternate method: First by First and Last by the Lastc. Explanation, examples and exercise
Chapter 12: Shunyam Samuccaya | 19.17 Minsa. Whenever the expression is the same, that expression is zeroType-1:- Samuccaya as a common factorType-2:- Samuccaya as a product of the independent termsType-3:- Samuccaya as the sum of the denominators of two fractions having the same numerical numeratorsType-4:- Samuccaya as the sum of numerators and the sum of denominatorsType-5:- Samuccaya as the sum or total of denominators on both sidesb. Explanation on all the above types, its examples and exercisec. Refer the Summary table in the end
Bonus Chapter 1: Chapter 13: Dodging Times Tables up to 99 | 13.4 Minsa. How to learn tables mentally without memorizing, in seconds.b. Magic with calculating Tables from 12 to 19c. Super fast way of calculating Tables up to 99...using Vedic mathematics tricks which makes Tables More Interesting.
Bonus Chapter 2: Chapter 14: 500 Years Calendar | 10.33 Minsa. Calculating the day of any particular dateb. Amazing technique of mastering 500 years calendar on your fingertipsc. You can amaze your family and friends by telling the day on which they were born on hearing their birth dates in less than 5 seconds
Bonus Chapter 3: Chapter 15: Grade 6 – Fractions NCERT syllabus | 16.16 Minsa. Solving grade 6 Math problem by fractions using NCERT syllabusb. Difference between Conventional Maths and Vedic Mathsc. How do we add or subtract mixed fractions?
Bonus Chapter 4: Chapter 16: Application of Vedic Mathematics in Competitive exams | 12.14 Minsa. Competitive exams can be solved very easily and quickly using Vedic Tricksb. Saves time and writing work during examsc. Here I will be Explaining few Aptitude questions using Vedic method.
Mrs. Nandini, Teacher
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