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Vedic Mathematics VS Traditional Mathematics | Difference with Example | www.vedicvidyasthali.com

Hello friends in this video we'll be talking about vedic mathematics so what is vedic mathematics vedic mathematics is a mathematical tool so this is a mathematical tool which enhances our speed and accuracy so it enhances our speed and accuracy both because it has been seen that if you are.

Trying to achieve high speed your accuracy goes down here it will be enhancing your speed as well as accuracy and it comprises of so it is not very lengthy one it is very easy to understand it comprises of only 16 so 16 sutras are there and 13 sabsutras so what are sutras and sutras sutras and.

Subtras are principle and you can see that these are all principles all together 29 principles are there based on that vedic mathematics can be understood and the father of vedic mathematics is none other than father of vedic mathematics is.

Swami bharti at the age of 21 he was ma in eighth subject master he was master of eight subject so here we'll be seeing how it is different a lot of guardians parents they ask question vedic mathematics is different from traditional mathematics.

In what way so they consider this as a burden for the students but friends i can tell you this vedic mathematics is not it's not a burden it is making the thing very very easy let's see here what question is there.

And i will be showing you how we can do solve this question in both the way suppose here this question is there suppose one question is here and we have to solve by both the way so that you can understand how it is different from this so let's see find the area of find the area of.

Square having having sides equal to 10.8 centimeter let's see here we have to do this we have to solve this we'll be solving this question by both traditional method as well as vedic.

Method let's see the traditional method so traditional method so as per traditional method we have to find the area so area equal to what area of square and that is equal to 10.8 square let's see here so 10.8 square means 10.8 into 10.8.

So we'll be ignoring a decimal for the time being and we'll be calculating so here it is just 64. so four here and six will come here and one eighty eight eight sixty four let's see here put zero now it is it will be uh zero times it is zero only and now two zeros and now this is one times it is eight.

Zero one now we'll be adding this so this is four this is six eight eight sixteen so six here and one will come here and this is one so finally a placement of decimal is needed so after decimal one after decimal one so we'll be putting from right side after two uh two digits we'll be putting a decimal so this will be my answer.

Let's see here same question can be solved by a vedic method and vedic method is going to take very less time let's see here we have to do this uh a area of square we have to find so same thing it is 10.8 whole square and here a square it can be found by.

Using the yamadunam method yamadunam says that whatever is the difference from the bases so one zero 0 this is near 100 so 8 is the difference 18 is the difference so 8 need to be added and whatever you are adding that same need to be squared this.

Is that whatever is the difference from the basis that need to be added or subtracted and square of that number subtraction we do when the number is less than the basis when number is more than bases we add so here it is 116 and this side it is 64. so final answer is 116 64 and we put the decimal here as the.

Decimal volts here so we put decibel here after two digits and you can see that we got the same answer but here it took almost half time almost half time you can say and with practice it will be taking a very you can do the calculation very very fast using this method let's see another example.

Suppose we have to find area of rectangle so find the area of rectangle area of rectangle and here the sides are the side of which is the side of sides of which.

Are one point four centimeter and one point seven centimeter same thing we'll be doing by traditional method first so traditional method so area area of a rectangle is area is.

Length into breadth so here length uh length and breadth are so you can say 1.4 and 1.7 so 1.4 and 1.7 will be ignoring decimal for the time being let's see here so 14 7 98 and we'll be putting a zero and fourteen ones are fourteen so let's see here eight.

Nine four thirteen and it is two so you can see that now we'll be putting a decimal here so after decimal one after decimal one so decimal placement will be here so two point three eight centimeter square let's see by vedically vedic way how we can find so area is same.

Area will be same l into b and here as the number is 1.4 and 1.7 will be ignoring decimal for the time being suppose decimal is ignored so this number is near 10 so this is 4 this 14 is 4 more than 10 and 17 is 7 more than 10 let's see so do the criss cross so 17 plus 4 or 14 plus 7 both are same 21 and this side 7 into 4 is 28 and only one.

Digit is there in 10 so only one digit is allowed this will be coming here so this will be 238 and here after decimal one after decimal one so we'll be putting the decimal here so you can see that here using vedic method we can do the same type of calculation very very fast and we can save half of our time or more than half of our time and if you're.

Saving this time this time can be utilized for harder sums and your child will be getting good grades so choice is yours now if you're learning vedic mathematics you are enhancing the scope of getting better grades so let's meet in other video we'll be.

Talking about some other processes thank you thank you very much

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