About the Book
The magic wand of Vedic Mathematics that makes complex problems simple!
Vedic Mathematics is an ancient technique consisting of sixteen sutras and sixteen sub-sutras. These sutras are not only important in dealing with simple arithmetic and algebraic concepts but are equally good in solving complex problems of higher algebra, trigonometry, calculus and co-ordinate geometry. In this book, renowned mathematician Rajesh Kumar Thakur lays out the unique Vedic sutras and explains their applicability in an easy-to-understand manner.
Competitive examinations today test candidates on their aptitude in algebra, arithmetic, geometry and trigonometry—all of which this book helps to hone. It will make complex problems appear simple—be it partial fraction, integration by parts or differentiation—you will be able to tackle them all easily!
Read this book and learn how to solve difficult maths problems in less than 30 seconds!
Key Selling Points
- Written in simple and lucid language, the book will be easy to comprehend without any help from experts.
- The book will hone a student’s skills and make complex mathematical problems simple and easy to understand
- The cases and examples in the book are beneficial for high-school students, as well as those preparing for competitive exams
- The book will appeal to students who wish to get over their fear of mathematics by learning quick mental calculations the Vedic way.
Rajesh KuMaR ThaKuR is a mathematics teacher by profession and also a popular mathematics
writer. he has been the honorary secretary and Chairman of the award selection Committee
of All India Ramanujan Maths Club (AIRMC) since 2012. Widely published, with more than
57 books, 67 e-books, and 350 blogs to his credit, Thakur is a regular columnist with over 500
published articles in various well-known newspapers and magazines including Amar Ujala, Prabhat
Khabar and Navbharat Times. a number-lover, Thakur is the recipient of several awards, including
the National Best Teacher award (2010), the arvind Pandey Yuva Lekhan award (2015), the Math
Genius award (2017) and the Global Teacher award (2018). he lives in Delhi, India. You can
contact him at email@example.com. his Twitter handle is @R_K_ThaKuR.