Vedic Maths FAQ
Vedic Mathematics is the name given to set of words formulae as invented by Jagadguru Bharti Krishna Maharaj.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Vedic Maths
Vedic Mathematics is the name given to set of words formulae as invented by Jagadguru Bharti Krishna Maharaj. The formulae contains secrets of calculation and solving mathematical problems mentally.
Is it taken from Vedas?
As such, the science is not taken from Vedas. It is an original endeavor of the author. However, the appendices to the Atharvaveda contains some parallel references.
What is the best age to start learning it?
The techniques of Vedic Mathematics are not accepted by the normal school systems. Using Vedic Mathematics, the answer to a particular problem is obtained directly without any intermediary steps. However, students are given marks for showing the intermediary steps and the calculation procedure involved in solving a particular problem. Hence any particular Vedic Maths technique should be thought to a student only after he has mastered the traditional way (the method thought in school)
How is VM different from the abacus technique of calculation?
The abacus system of calculation is Japanese/Chinese whilst VM is Indian. Secondly, the abacus system deals with arithmetic and brain development and hence it is taught to students of the age group of 5 to 13 years. On the other hand, VM not only covers arithmetic but also algebra, geometry, calculus and other advanced branches of mathematics. Hence, it is suitable for students of any age.
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