In the modern system of maths, students are taught addition from right to left, they get the answers in units first, followed by tens, hundreds, thousands and so on. Is it not contrary to the way we speak numbers. In speaking and mind computation, bigger numbers are handled first. Speaking of a longer addition sum is difficult because the answer is not coming from bigger number to smaller number.

In this topic children would learn the way in which answer would come from Left to Rigth. They would not struggle in the concept of carry. They would be able to speak any addition sum mentally with practice.

In general, as more digits starts appearing in a number, children become more concern that the problem has become difficult. This thinking has emerged from the conventional methods which do not teach the ways to make a big number appear smaller.

In this topic, children would learn that a bigger number is a collection of smaller numbers. Dealing with big numbers become easy and an answer can even be computed mentally in a fraction of time.

In the currently followed school math system, we do not have the ways to check if the answer is correct or not. Vedic Mathematics offers wonderful but simple methods of "Digit Sum" and "First by the First and Last by the Last" to verify the correctness of an an answer of a given math problem.

In this topic children would learn to compute the Digit Sum just by looking at the numbers. They would also learn the ways of applying the digit sum method to verify the correctness of their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division sums. Digit Sum methods would also be used later to check the correctness of some of the algebric equations, squares, square root, cube and cube roots.

Many of the division problems can be simply solved easily using the "Complements'" method. This method will help students to solve problems like 1123 /88 as a breeze.

In our current school mathematics system, we learn the method of dividing by 10 or 100 in an easy way. Vedic Mathematics extend this ease by learning methods of dividing the numbers by 9, 8 etc in an easy way.

Cubes and Cubic Roots are very easy in Vedic Mathematics than the currently followed school system.

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