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Nikhilam or Base Multiplication

Nikhilam Multiplication Base Multiplication, also called “Nikhilam” multiplication, is a very useful technique in finding the product of multiplicand near bases or powers of ten. “Nikhilam” comes from “Nikhilam Navatashcaramam Dashatah” which means “All from 9 and the last from…

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Completing the Whole

VMO Tip #5 COMPLETING THE WHOLE  is what our mind naturally does. We often see a “whole” even if it is not there. We can identify an object even if parts of it are missing. We can see a “full…

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Digital Root

Vedic Math Olympiad Tip #4. This question in the Intermediate category is also one of those “frequently missed” in the recent 1st MATH-Inic Vedic Mathematics National Challenge. Variations of this question were also given in the younger categories and the…

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Senior Citizen’s discount

This question was included in all tests during the 1st MATH-Inic Vedic Mathematics National Challenge  except in the Beginner’s category not only to show the correct way of computing the discount but also because it is very useful to senior…

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Invitation to join VMAP

Dear fellow Vedic Math Enthusiast, Leading VM experts in the world like James Glover, chair of the Institute for the Advancement of Vedic Mathematics (IAVM) and Kenneth Williams, founder of the Vedic Mathematics Academy (UK) are impressed by the warm acceptance of VM in…

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Mysterious 2021

“2021 is a product of two consecutive prime numbers.: 2021 =43 x 47 Further, 2021 produces a palindrome when multiplied by its reverse. A palindrome is number which remains the same even when its digits are written in reverse order:…

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