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Vedic Mathematics Vedic Mathematics M. Krishnamoorthy (moorthy) email address: [email protected] URL: http://www.cs.rpi.edu/~moorthy/vm

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References References 1) Vedic Mathematics or Sixteen Simple Mathematical Formulae from the Vedas (For one-line answers to all mathematical problems), Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, Delhi, 1965. ISBN 81-208-0164-4 2) History of Hindu Mathematics - A source Book Parts 1&2 B. Datta and A. N. Singh, Asia Publishing House, Bombay, 1935.
Outline of the Course Outline of the Course Introduction and Multiplication Sutra (chapter 3) 2/2/97 Practical Applications of Multiplication and Division Sutra (chapter 4) 2/9/97 Argumental Division (chapter 1) 2/16/97 Recapitulation and More exercises 2/23/97 Factorization of Simple Quadratics (chapter 7) 3/2/97

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Summary of Course Summary of Course Considers the origin of different methods used in Vedic Mathematics Learn Sutras to know how to do calculations in a different (faster/more efficient manner). Usefulness of these methods in a calculator/computer age.
About Students Find out any relevant background and interest of the audience What do they understand by vedic mathematics? Why one should do mathematics in the 20th/21st century? Can you name a famous 20th century Indian

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