## Speed Mathematics Using the Vedic System

Author: Vali Nasser

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 113

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Speed Mathematics using the Vedic system facilitates Mathematics learning. The average pupil will be able to work out calculations such as 46X44, 95X95 and 116X114 mentally, often faster than a calculator. Paper and pencil will still be required for most questions, but the speed and accuracy of calculations will improve significantly. This book provides smart strategies for building a foundation in Number work and Algebra. These two areas are the building blocks in mathematics. Once pupils can master these aspects they will feel confident to tackle other branches of mathematics. This book is suitable for children from 10 to 14 years of age, but adults who have found mathematics difficult in the past will also benefit from it.

## Mathematics Tricks Using the Vedic System

Author: Vali Nasser

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 100

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The author's first book 'Speed Mathematics Using the Vedic System' has gained a significant following. This sequel 'Mathematics Tricks using the Vedic System' has more tricks that will prove useful for middle, high School(grades 10 & 11) and college students. For high school students the following topics in Speed Mathematics will prove useful:Factorising/factoring, indices/exponents, simultaneous equations,quadratic equations and trigonometry. The same set of students will find duplex methods of squaring 2 & 3-digit numbers, expanding algebraic expressions,finding square roots,cube roots and solving problems involving repetitive percentage change also useful. In addition some topics in statistics are included.Several mnemonics are also included to help the younger student remember pi, basic trig as well as understand the differences between mean, median, mode and range.Hopefully, teachers will see the value of these techniques in order to motivate their students.

## Maths Sutras from Around the World

Speed Calculations on your fingertips

Author: Gaurav Tekriwal

Publisher: Penguin Random House India Private Limited

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 224

View: 928

Have no fear as your super cool Maths companion is here! Learn how to be quick and better at Maths with this well-researched book that has an amazing collection of mathematical techniques from around the world. Use these sutras along with the activity sheets to master the secret know-hows and achieve exceptional results. Explore ingenious maths concepts and systems, and try your hand at popular puzzles like KenKen, Kakuro and Alphametics. Who says maths can't be fun? It's time to compute like a boss!

## Modern Approach to Speed Math Secret

Key to Master Speed Math

Author: Vitthal B. Jadhav

Publisher: Mathematician Vitthal Jadhav

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 425

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## Speed Mathematics for Primary School Teachers

Teach Your Kids Speed Mathematics

Author: Vali Nasser

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 114

View: 724

This book will be useful for Primary School Teachers as well as mums and dads who want their children at KS2 (7 -11 years) to do speedy number crunching with ease. It will also act as an additional tool for the 11 plus exam. Together with conventional methods, several Speed Methods are shown for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. In addition there are chapters on rounding and estimating as well as on fractions, percentages, squares, and square roots. A chapter introducing algebra is also included. The author's first book 'Speed Mathematics Using the Vedic System' has had a significant following and has been translated into Japanese, Chinese, and German. The author, a qualified mathematics teacher, also managed the Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) Numeracy Assessment project at the exam body, OCR in the UK

## Fast Math: Learn the Secrets of Mental Math

By Using Vedic Math and Other Math Tricks to Perform Mental Calculations from Multiplication to Percentages without Calculators

Author: Tim Ander

Publisher: CRB Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 36

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## Basics of Speed Mathematics

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 246

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This book brings the techniques from Vedic Mathematics and Trachtenberg System together. We have not attempted to do a comparative study of these techniques and make a judgment on which one is better. Instead we have simply, presented the techniques in a sequence that makes most sense. There are inherent strengths in these two approaches. While looking at all the speed improvement techniques, we have ensured that we focus on techniques for defect prevention and error minimization as well. Speed coupled with improved accuracy must be our paramount focus during any problem solving process. This book attempts to elucidate several key techniques, examples and practice problem sets.

## The Cosmic Calculator

Author: Kenneth Williams

Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publishe

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 274

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The remarkable system of Vedic mathematics was created after careful study of ancient Sanskrit texts early last century. The Vedic system with its direct, easy and flexible approach forms a complete system of mental mathematics (though the methods can also be written down) and brings out the naturally coherent and unified structure of mathematics. Many of the features and techniques of this unique system are truly amazing in their efficiency and originality. Being a mental system, Vedic Mathematics encourages creativity and innovation. Mental mathematics increases mental agility, improves memory, the ability to hold ideas in the mind and promotes confidence, as well as being of great practical use. This course consists of three textbooks an Answer Book and a Teacher's Guide. The course is aimed at 11-14 year old pupils though some of it is very suitable for children from 8 years. Vedic Mathematics is being taught in many schools world-wide with great success: many top mathematics prizes have been won by students of this system. Contents Foreword, Introduction, Vedic Mathematics Sutras, Sub-Sutras, Recurring Decimals, Formulae, Squares, Cubes and Roots, Straight Division, Equations, Polygons, Similar Figures, The Musical Scale, nets and Networks, The Vedic Square, Probability, Pie, Volumes of Prisms and Pyramids, Parabolic Curves, Sequences, Loci, Motion, Auxiliary Fractions, Surveys, Codes Vectors, Simultaneous Equations, Divisibility and Simple Osculators, Square Roots, Quadratic Equations, Pythagoras' Theorem, Triples, Proof, Coordinate Geometry, The Platonic Solids, Historical Notes.

## Pass the Qts Numeracy Skills Test with Ease

2018 - 2020

Author: Vali Nasser

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 154

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For entry into ITT courses for 2018 - 2020 the contents have not changed from the previous years. This book is aimed at helping trainee teachers to pass the QTS Numeracy Skills Test the first time you take it. If you feel that you need to improve your speed in the Mental Arithmetic part of the test and re-visit some areas in general arithmetic as well as statistics then this book will prove very useful to you. It covers all the areas required for the QTS Numeracy skills test. The only difference between this book and my previous book is that a few typos have been corrected. The author of this book is a specialist Mathematics Teacher with experience in both Consultancy work and teaching. He is intimately familiar with the QTS Numeracy testing as he was project manager at OCR working in conjunction with the Teaching Agency in implementing the initial phase of the Numeracy Testing project. Subsequently, he has tutored and taught mathematics and statistics in Schools as well as in adult education. Finally, the author's first book 'Speed Mathematics Using the Vedic System' has a significant following and has been translated into Japanese and Chinese as well as German. He hopes that his latest version of 'Pass the QTS Numeracy Skills Test with Ease' for 2018 -2020 will be beneficial to those who want to re-visit their maths for the purposes of passing the QTS Numeracy test.

## Indian Mathematics, an Introduction

Author: Ashok Jhunjhunwala

Publisher: New Age International

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 108

View: 226

This Book Taps The Mathematical Traditions Of India For Some Simple And Elegant Methods Of Performing Arithmetic Calculations. There Are Techniques For Multiplication, Division, Squaring, Square-Rooting And Factorisation That, Once Mastered, Are Faster Than The Conventional Approaches Currently In Wide Use. Errors Arising Out Of Carelessness In Calculation Were Apparently A Problem Faced By Our Ancestors Too! They Devised An Amazingly Simple Technique To Catch Such Errors. These Techniques Are Presented In This Book In A Lucid Manner, With A Large Number Of Examples To Illustrate The Basic Ideas And Elaborate On Their Variations. The Use Of Sanskrit Terms Has Been Minimised. Most Of The Methods Described Are General And Work For All Numbers, Not Just For Special Cases. The Mixed-Number, Or Mishrank, Which Contains Both Positive And Negative Digits, Is Extremely Useful In Simplifying Calculations And Is Widely Used In This Book. The Reader Will Find That Ideas Such As These Can Be Effectively Grafted To The Conventional Methods.The Book Will Interest A Wide Audience. Students Will Benefit The Most, Since They Can Easily Make The Methods Of This Book Their Own. They Will Soon Find That Much Of Their Arithmetic Can Be Performed Orally. Adults Will Find It A Pleasure To Discover New And Elegant Ways Of Doing Things They Already Know. The Computer Enthusiast May Find Hidden In The Simple Methods Ideas To Speed-Up Machine Computation. Finally, The Mathematically-Inclined May Find Their Curiosity Sufficiently Aroused To Go Beyond This Book And Delve Deeper Into The Indian Mathematical Legacy.