- Japanese method of multiplying numbers
- Multiplication of 2 digit numbers technique -2
- Multiplication of 2 numbers using technique 3
- Technique of multiplication by 11
- Squaring Of 2 digit numbers
- Computing average of first Odd numbers very fast
- Computing average of first even numbers
- Computing average of first n natural numbers
- Identify the reminder of divide by 9 technique 1
- Identify remainder of divide by 9 technique 2
- identifying squares in a given figure
This Course will introduce you to some wonderful tricks of performing math operations very fast and which were never taught to you in the academic school. The techniques taught to you here can be useful for competitive exams as well as daily life. These techniques will make you love math and would develop your interest to learn math. It would certainly make math a fun activity and any fear if any would hopefully be removed.
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About the instructors
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Chetan is a Technology Enthusiast and Certified Graphologist. He has completed 4 degrees/levels in Graphology. He has been into graphology for the past 10 years. He is having around 17 years of experience in IT industry as well. Teaching is one of his hobby. He loves to mentor people and get the best out of them. He is also a sports lover and has won 3 awards in Table tennis and one in Badminton.
I thought this would only be related to mathematics but actually there was that counting squares thing for some reason. All the techniques in here were mind-blowing! Would definitely recommend.
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Facinating. This has rekindled my index in Math. Thanks. Very interesting methods demonstrated with the needed energy.