Anurupyena Sutra Shortcut method of multiplication in Vedic Mathematics (when Nikhilam sutra/method cannot be applied i.e. numbers are not closer to power of 10 but are closer to each other) Sanskrit Name: अनुरुप्येण English Translation: Proportion/Many Forms Meaning Various Forms(Proportion/Ratio). Eg: 2 can be written as 2 OR 4/2 OR 16/8 OR 1*2 OR 0.5*4 , etc. Stuff you need to know before starting: Before starting with Anurupyena multiplication tricks , I recommend you to go through the 2.Vinculum Process and Nikhilam Sutra of Multiplication. This 2 techniques will help you to understand Anurupyena. Specific Condition Required: Anurupyena sutra multiplication is used whenever both numbers are not closer to power of 10(10, 100, 1000, etc) and hence applying Nikhilam Method is not simple. But if numbers are closer to multiples of 10's (i.e. closer to each other) and their difference are easy to multiply then we can apply this Anurupyena Technique. Also Read => More Vedic Mathematics Sutras for Multiplication. Process: Working Base(W.B.) concept: If numbers are closer to 60, we take working base as 60 (10X6) instead of 100. Here factor is 6. If numbers are closer to 50, we can take working base as 50 (10X5) OR 50 (100/2), etc, here factors are 5 and 2 respectively Apply concept of Nikhilam as usual. Mutiply/divide by the SAME factor used in 1st step. i.e. W.B. is obtained by multiplication of factor then Mutiply else divide. Watch below Video on Anurupyena multiplication tips: httpv://youtu.be/ihxCPHo0Y2Q … [Read more...]

## Multiplication in Vedic Mathematics

Tirthaji Maharaj has classified tricks to Multiply Numbers in Vedic Mathematics in Specific and General Methods. Specific Multiplication Methods can be applied when numbers satisfy certain conditions like both numbers closer to 100 or numbers closer to each other or addition of last digits of both numbers is 10, etc. While General Multiplication Methods can be applied to any types of numbers. Depending on Specific and General Techniques, Multiplication in Vedic Mathematics are classified in the form of Sutras as below. Lets see the Vedic Mathematics Multiplication techniques. Nikhilam Sutra (Specific Technique) Anurupyena Sutra (Specific Technique) Urdhva Tiryak Sutra and Vinculum Process (General Technique) Ekayunena Purvena (Specific Technique) Antyaordaske'pi (Specific Technique) Nikhilam Sutra: This is most simplest trick to multiply numbers using Vedic Mathematics. I personally like this method a lot as multiplication can be done in mind as well. Using Nikhilam Sutra it is simpler to multiply numbers like 98 & 95, 997 & 987, 102 & 112, 995 & 1008 i.e. the numbers which are closer to power of 10. This Sutra is a Specific method of Multiplication in Vedic Mathematics which shows shortcuts to multiply numbers which are closer to power of 10 (10, 100, 1000, etc. ) This will generate 3 cases: Numbers closer and less than power of 10. Example: 97 * 96, 994 * 992, etc Numbers closer and greater than power of 10. Example: 102* 108, 1004 * 1012, etc Numbers closer and lying on both sides of power of 10. Example: 102* 95, 1004 * 991, etc Let's see few examples on this: Click Here To Check Process, Types and Examples on Nikhilam Sutra Anurupyena Sutra: This is a sub-type of Nikhilam Sutra and another vedic math multiplication trick when numbers are not closer to power of 10 but are closer to themselves. It works on concept of Working Base and then apply Nikhilam Sutra. For Example - … [Read more...]

## What is Vedic Mathematics

Vedic Mathematics is a collection of Techniques/Sutras to solve mathematical arithmetics in easy and faster way. It consists of 16 Sutras (Formulae) and 13 sub-sutras (Sub Formulae) which can be used for problems involved in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, conics. Vedic Mathematics is a system of mathematics which was discovered by Indian mathematician Jagadguru Shri Bharathi Krishna Tirthaji in the period between A.D. 1911 and 1918 and published his findings in a Vedic Mathematics Book by Tirthaji Maharaj Veda is a Sanskrit word which means ‘Knowledge’. Using regular mathematical steps, solving problems sometimes are complex and time consuming. But using Vedic Mathematic's General Techniques (applicable to all sets of given data) and Specific Techniques (applicable to specific sets of given data), numerical calculations can be done very fast. Mathematics enthusiastic always have the questions What is Vedic Mathematics and What are the . Techniques/Sutras in Vedic Mathematics. But when they try to go through the Vedic Mathematics books they get confused for some of the techniques, concepts and to understand this they search on internet. I found that not much information of Vedic Mathematics Sutras/Techniques is present over the internet. By referring original book of Vedic Mathematics by Tirthaji Maharaj, I have tried to mention the Vedic Mathematics Sutras in a simpler and with step by step approach. I have solved lot of examples to make Vedic Mathematics Tricks understandable. History Of Vedic Mathematics Shri Bharathi Krishna Tirthaji Maharaj was born in March 1884 in the Puri village of Orissa state. He was very good in subjects like mathematics, science, humanities and was excellent in Sanskrit language. His interests were also in spiritualism and mediation. In fact when he was practicing meditation in the forest near Sringeri, he rediscovered the Vedic sutras. He claims that these sutras/techniques he learnt from the Vedas especially … [Read more...]

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