Speed Mathematics Using the Vedic SystemSpeed 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. 
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Contents
II  7 
III  9 
IV  10 
V  12 
VI  15 
VII  19 
VIII  23 
IX  25 
XIX  59 
XX  63 
XXI  71 
XXII  73 
XXIII  74 
XXIV  75 
XXV  76 
XXVI  77 
XI  29 
XII  34 
XIII  35 
XIV  37 
XV  42 
XVI  47 
XVII  49 
XVIII  54 
XXVII  78 
XXVIII  80 
XXIX  82 
XXX  86 
XXXI  92 
XXXII  94 
XXXIII  99 
Common terms and phrases
9 to give algebra appropriate number arrows shown base 20 bottom number bracket calculator carry Celsius Chapter Chapter10 complement of 9 consider consolidate this method cross multiply cross subtraction crosswise multiplication crosswise subtraction cube root decimal point denominator diagonally divide both sides divisible by 9 Example1 examples will help Fahrenheit final answer Find the nth following numbers found by multiplying grid method half halve hand digits help consolidate Hence the answer Hundreds Tens Units last digit left hand side means move the decimal National Curriculum nearest unit Notice nth term numbers ending odd numbers Original Numbers Deficiency previous number pupils put as shown ratio rewrite recurring decimal remainder right hand column right hand side Round the following second number sequence Simplify simultaneous equations Solve the equation square root standard index form Step strategy techniques Vedic Mathematics vertical and crosswise vertical right hand whole numbers zeros