## All from 9 and the Last from 10

Hi Readers. I have added a new page to my website: All from 9 and the Last from 10 This is a special formula or sutra that makes subtraction from base numbers very easy. The special application is when finding change in money problems. Why not read this and surprise your friends with real fast calculations!!

## New topic added: Deficiency from 10

Hi, I have added another topic today: Deficiency from Ten. This is really interesting for the kids as it makes addition fun. Enjoy!

## 9 -A Magic Number

9 is the largest 1-digit number and it has many unique properties. We have already studied Nine Point Circle and it’s benefits in finding the digit sum. The digit sum does not change by adding  9 or subtracting 9 from it.  The digit sum of any multiple of 9 is always 9. Look at the tableContinue reading “9 -A Magic Number”

## New topic added in Vedic Maths Course: Sum to Ten

I have added a new topic in Vedic Maths Course: Sum to Ten. Visit the page in below link and enjoy: Sum to Ten

## Practice Tests: Ten Point Circle

I have added Practice Tests in the topic – Ten Point Circle, Visit the pages in below links and enjoy: Practice Test: Day 1 Practice Test: Day 2 Practice Test: Day 3 Practice Test: Day 4 Practice Test: Day 5

## Topic 3: Multiplication

Dear all, I have added a new topic to this site – Topic 3: Multiplication. Please visit it and take your learning of Vedic Maths to next stage. Thanks

## Digit Sum

What is a digit? “Digit” is derived from Latin word digitus meaning ‘finger, toe’. Digit means any numeral below 10, i.e. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. And “Sum” means to add. A “Digit Sum” is the sum of all of the digits of a number, and is found by adding allContinue reading “Digit Sum”

## Divisibility Check

Division is opposite of multiplication, and is repeated subtraction. There is a unique pattern in division, that will help you to find whether any number is divisible by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, or 12 or so on. In this topic, we are going to learn how to check ifContinue reading “Divisibility Check”