What is Vedic Maths with examples?
Mathematics is considered the core of any education system, building a student base for a better future. However, it is rare to find students with math as their favorite subject due to its complex calculations, techniques, and a lengthy procedure.
The education system focuses on traditional mathematics techniques in order to achieve the answers and hesitate to try creative methods. It is resulting in students moving away from this subject and making it non-essential.
To encounter this concern, Indian mathematician Krishna Tirthaji authorized Vedic Math and presented his collection of 16 formulae and 13 sub-formulae to solve mathematical arithmetic quickly and easily.