Paravartya As seen before Paravartya Sutra of Vedic Mathematics means 'Transpose and Apply'. Prerequisites: Equation should be in following manner. As can be seen Numerator is obtained by addition of each term multiplied by absent term with sign reversed(Transpose). Examples: Sopantyadvavyamantyam Sanskrit Name: सोपान्त्यद्वयमन्त्यं English Translation: The Ultimate and twice the penultimate. Meaning: If Equations are in the below form then 2C(penultimate) + D(ultimate) = 0 Examples: Antyayoreva Sanskrit Name: अन्त्ययोरेव Meaning It has different meaning in different context. Contexts Context1 Equations present in following manner Examples: Context2 Meaning: Sum of the series is a fraction whose numerator is sum of the numerators in the series and whose denominator is the product of the 2 ends i.e. 1st and last binomials. Equations present in following manner Examples: Context3 This type is very similar to that of Conext2 only difference in the numerator of each term. Numerator is equal to difference between the binomial factors of its denominator. … [Read more...]