Course curriculum

  • 2

    Unit 1: Multiplication

  • 3

    Unit 2: Division

    • 2.0 Introduction to Division

    • 2.1 Division using Transpose & Apply

    • 2.1.1 Vinculum Numbers

    • 2.1.2 Above Working Base

    • 2.1.3 Below Working Base

    • 2.2 Division using FLAG Method

    • 2.3 Exercises

  • 4

    Unit 3: Addition

    • 3.0 Introduction to Addition

    • 3.1 Right to Left Addition Using Purification

    • 3.2 Other Scenarios (Using Bases)

    • 3.3 Exercises

  • 5

    Unit 4: Subtraction

    • 4.0 Introduction to Subtraction

    • 4.1 Subtraction Using Base Method

    • 4.2 Subtraction using Purification

    • 4.3 Other Scenarios (Using Bases)

    • 4.4 Exercises

  • 6

    Unit 5: Squares

  • 7

    Unit 6: Square Roots

    • 6.0 Introduction to Square Roots

    • 6.1 Case 1 (Square Roots of Perfect Square Numbers)

    • 6.2 Case 2 (Square Roots of Perfect & Imperfect Square Numbers using Duplex Combination Process)

    • 6.3 Exercises

  • 8

    Unit 7: Cubes

    • 7.0 Introduction to Cubes

    • 7.1 Cubes Using Surpluses and Complements

    • 7.2 Cubes using Criss Cross Method

    • 7.3 Exercises

  • 9

    Unit 8: Cube Roots

    • 8.0 Introduction to Cube Roots

    • 8.1 Case 1 (Cube Roots of Perfect Cube Numbers)

    • 8.2 Case 2 (Cube Roots of Perfect & Imperfect Cube Numbers)

    • 8.3 Exercises

  • 10

    Unit 9: Digit Sums

    • 9.0 Introduction to Digit Sums

    • 9.1 Addition

    • 9.2 Subtraction

    • 9.3 Multiplication

    • 9.4 Exercises

  • 11

    Unit 10: Divisibility

    • 10.0 Introduction to Divisibility

    • 10.1 Divisibility Rules

    • 10.2 Positive Osculators

    • 10.3 Negative Osculators

    • 10.4 Exercises

  • 12

    Unit 11: Decimals, Fractions and Percentages

    • 11.0 Introduction to Decimals, Fractions and Percentages

    • 11.1 Conversion

    • 11.2 Basic Operations on Decimals

    • 11.3 Basic Operations on Fractions

    • 11.4 Percentages

    • 11.5 Types of Decimals

    • 11.6 Reciprocals

    • 11.7 Exercises

  • 13

    Unit 12: Polynomials

  • 14

    Unit 13: Factorization

    • 13.0 Introduction to Factorization

    • 13.1 Type I

    • 13.2 Type II

    • 13.3 Type III

    • 13.4 Type IV

    • 13.5 Exercise

  • 15

    Unit 14: Highest Common Factor

    • 14.0 Introduction to Highest Common Factor

    • 14.1 Finding HCF Using Formulas

    • 14.2 Exercises

  • 16

    Unit 15: Simple Equations

    • 15.0 Introduction to Simple Equations

    • 15.1 TYPE-1

    • 15.2 TYPE-2

    • 15.3 TYPE-3

    • 15.4 TYPE-4

    • 15.5 Solution using “If the Set is same, it is ZERO”

    • 15.6 Exercises

  • 17

    Unit 16: Quadratic Equations

    • 16.0 Introduction to Quadratic Equations

    • 16.1 Solution using Calculus

    • 16.2 Verification using Calculus

    • 16.3 Reciprocals “By Mere Observation”

    • 16.4 Solution using “If the Set is same, it is ZERO”

    • 16.5 Exercises

  • 18

    Unit 17: Cubic Equations

    • 17.0 Introduction to Cubic Equations

    • 17.1 Solution using “By the Completion or Non Completion”

    • 17.2 Solution using “By Mere Observation”

    • 17.3 Different Cases

    • 17.4 Exercises

  • 19

    Unit 18: Biquadratic (Quartic) Equations

    • 18.0 Introduction to Biquadratic (Quartic) Equations

    • 18.1 Solution using “By the Completion or Non Completion”

    • 18.2 Solution using “By Mere Observation”

    • 18.3 Different Cases

    • 18.4 Exercises

  • 20

    Unit 19: Simultaneous Equations

    • 19.0 Introduction to Simultaneous Equations

    • 19.1 Solution using Formula

    • 19.2 Solution using “If one is in Ratio, the other is ZERO”

    • 19.3 Solution using “By Addition and Subtraction”

    • 19.4 Exercises

  • 21

    Unit 20: Introduction to Vedic Speed Mathematics

    • 20.1 Introduction

    • 20.1 List of Formulas and their Meaning

    • 20.2 List of Corollaries and their Meaning

    • 20.3 Formulas: Meaning and Usage

    • 20.4 Corollaries: Meaning and Usage