## Studying Vedic Math

After learning about Vedic Math in 2003, I often surf the Internet finding new articles about VM. There were very few materials posted in the web about VM then. Most of them were very simple applications but I tried to…

After learning about Vedic Math in 2003, I often surf the Internet finding new articles about VM. There were very few materials posted in the web about VM then. Most of them were very simple applications but I tried to…

Several years before we started MATH-inic, at about 2003, I came across Vedic Mathematics(VM) in the internet. It was about multiplying complimentary numbers like 48 x 42. The numbers are called complimentary because they have the same initial digits (4)…

James Glover, chair of the Institute for the Advancement of Vedic Mathematics, a British registered charity dedicated to the promotion of Vedic Mathematics worldwide, recently announced the holding of the 1st International Vedic Mathematics Olympiad on September 12, 2020. The…

Today, we're going to learn aboutÂ the Whole Number Table. It's a pretty cool tool that can help you work out even tricky Math problems. Want to know how? Let's take a look.

If you have ever multiplied large numbers together, then you know that it is easy to get lost and make mistakes. And sometimes it doesn't help solving it again to check, especially if you get a different answer the second…

This Math shortcut shows how to easily compute the square of numbers ending in 5, using the Vedic Math word formula, "By one more than the one before."

It was a hot summer day, one made for icy treats. And it turned out, the perfect time to learn about dividing by 8's.

No question, Math is important for mathematicians, scientists, engineers, and even bankers. But what if your child does not want to become one? Or why should they care, they're only kids!

The top MATH-Inic students from all over the Philippines competed in the 4th MATH-Inic Challenge National Finals last April 22, 2017 at the Tierra Pura Clubhouse, Quezon City.

This is a typical grade 4 competition Math problem. 23% of 45 is what percent of 69? The conventional solution is to simply do the arithmetic: 23% of 45 = 0.23 x 45 = 10.35 (By long multiplication) 10.35/69 =…