Video tutorial

A lot of people have misconception regarding Vedic maths i.e it is trick maths, but in actual if you look over these instruction video then you will understand that Vedic maths is full of methods which can let you to use formulas to get answer more accurate and in just click of seconds. And these formulas are generic so can be applied over any kind of number.

Step 1: Multiplication With 11

To multiply any 2 digit number with 11

Step 1: Split each digit with a space

Step 3. If in case adding digit cause answer greater then 9 then carry one to first digit.

Step 2: Vedic Multiplication for Number Near to Power of 10

Note: Power of 10 refers to number 10, 100, 1000, 10000, etc.

There are 2 conditions:

1. When number are less then power of 10 number, in this case the difference to be used should be in same digit no. format as number is, eg. 99 is less by 01, 997 is less by 003, etc.

2. When number are greater then power of 10 number, in this case the difference to be used should be in one digit less format as number is, eg. 101 is greater by 01, 11 is greater by 1, 1002 is greater by 002, etc.

Step 3: Vedic Squaring Number Near to Power of 10

Note: Power of 10 refers to number 10, 100, 1000, 10000, etc.

With this you will find squaring of number is so easy for number near to 10 power number, like square of 999, 9999, 99999, etc.

There are 2 conditions:

1. When number are less then power of 10 number, in this case the difference to be used should be in same digit no. format as number is, eg. 99 is less by 01, 997 is less by 003, etc.

2. When number are greater then power of 10 number, in this case the difference to be used should be in one digit less format as number is, eg. 101 is greater by 01, 11 is greater by 1, 1002 is greater by 002, etc.

Step 4: Generic Method for Multiplication (Left to Right)

Generic method works on all numbers. it is not specific to any number condition:

Step 5: Generic Method for Squaring

Generic method for squaring is one of the best method to square any number, this methods applies to all numbers.

<p>Nice tutorial. Thanks for sharing.</p>
<p>You are welcome sir. I would like if you can take a look over a video. You may find interesting :)</p>