How to Become a Human Calculator?: With the Magic of Vedic Maths Paperback – 1 January 2014
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- Item Weight : 315 g
- Paperback : 296 pages
- ISBN-10 : 8121939216
- ISBN-13 : 978-8121939218
- Publisher : S Chand (1 January 2014)
- Product Dimensions : 20 x 14 x 4 cm
- Language: : English
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some tricks are even mentioned in school NCERT books
It is difficult to memorize the techniques
but with regular practice these methods can be useful
it is not easy to erase conventional methods from everyday life calculations
Book will definitely help to improve basic maths
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It has a different cover to the one advertised.
The use of the English language and particularly the grammer could be better.
Well laid out in progressive chapters with tests.
Vedic math deals with very large numbers (like multiplying times 9999) and I've wondered, how often will you ever do that? You'd certainly not use it with a grocery list or to balance a checkbook. To me, taking a number, subtracting 1, then subtracting 9999 is cumbersome. So, will you be a "human calculator" with this book? Likely not.
I like "speed math" books because they actually make math fun and interesting. As someone who struggled with math in school, anything that can make math enjoyable is well worth it.