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  1. The Power of Vedic Math

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    In 1998 Mr. Pradeep Kumar(alumnus IIM Bangalore started working on Vedic Math, it was a little known subject and everybody who came to know about his decision discouraged him. At that point of time he felt that the Vedic math is incoherent. Later he realized Vedic math needed to be arranged in a systematic way so that trainers can teach it and drive results. Today Magical Methods has made Vedic Math teaching a systematic one which delivers result.

    Finding Square of an adjacent number

    We generally know the square of 30, 40, 50, 60 etc. but if we are required to calculate the square of 31 or say 61 we will scribble on paper and try to find out the answer to the question. Through Vedic math formula is simple and the application is simpler.

    Say you know 602 = 3600

    Then 612 will be given by the following

    612 = 602 + (60 + 61) = 3600 + 121 = 3721

    Or Say you know 252 = 625 then

    262 = 625 + (25 + 26) = 676

     

    Like above we can find the square of a number that is one less than the number whose square is known. Likewise we can find the square of a number that is one less than the number whose square is known.

    Say you know 602 = 3600

    Then 592 will be given by the following

    592 = 602 – (60 + 59) = 3600 – 119 = 3481

    Or Say you know 252 = 625 then

    242 = 625 – (25 + 24) = 576

    Finding Square of a number ending with 5

    After learning this we are able to find the square of any number ending with 5.

    Say you want to find square of 115

    Then 1152 will be given by the following

    Multiply 5 by 5 and put 25 as your right part of the answer.

    Multiply 11 by the next higher digit i.e 12 and put 132 as your left part of the answer.

    Answer is 13225

     

    Say you want to find square of 85

    Then 852 will be given by the following

    Multiply 5 by 5 and put 25 as your right part of the answer.

    Multiply 8 by the next higher digit i.e 9 and put 72 as your left part of the answer.

    Answer is 7225

     

    Multiplication of two numbers that differ by 2

    Say you want to multiply 18*20

    Then the solution will be given by the following

    When two numbers differ by 2, their product is always the square of the number in between these numbers minus 1

    18*20 = 19 * 19 – 1

    Answer is 360

     

    How to perform instant subtraction

    Say you want to subtract 357 from 1000

    Then the solution will be given by the following

    We subtract each figure in 357 from 9 and the last figure from 10

    9-3=6

    9-5=4

    10-7=3

    Answer is 643

     

    Say you want to subtract 85 from 1000

    Then the solution will be given by the following

    We take 85 as 085 and

    9-0=9

    9-8=1

    10-5=5

    Answer is 915

     

     

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  2. How to Find a Talent

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    Talents come in many varieties. They may be artistic or technical, mental or physical, inwardly directed or outwardly. They need not be profitable, useful, or conventional, but they will always be your own, a part of what makes you, you. Talents are usually second nature and “feel right”: The expertise... Comment
  3. How to Decide on a Career Field

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    Deciding on a career may seem daunting but it is easier when you give yourself a lot of options and time to consider it. However the dilemma is the lack of match between your aptitude and the skill sets. You are fortunate if your skill sets match your aptitude. Otherwise,... Comment
  4. How to Create Good Study Habits for Exams

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    Taking exams can lead to stress and anxiety if you have not studied during the year because you will find yourself cramming for each test and studying late into the night.With a little time management during the school year, you not only minimize stress at exam time, but maximize productivity and results.... Comment
  5. Tips For Dealing With Challenging Behaviors

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    Children with challenging behaviors can be very difficult for the teacher and hard on the other children in the program. These ten tips will hopefully help in reducing some behaviors, keep the teachers from pulling their hair out and benefit the continuity between home and child care. Stay Calm when dealing... Comment

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