Trick to divide numbers in a ease with Ekadhikena Purvena sutra of Vedic Mathematics. Watch Vedic Mathematics videos. Ekadhikena Purvena is a Vedic Mathematics’s shortcut technique to Ekadhikena Purvena – Trick to Square a number using Vedic Mathematics Squares in Vedic Mathematics Vedic Mathematics Ekayunena Sutra. The Sutra means “By one more than the previous one”. In simple words, add 1 to the previous number to obtain the next number. Example To.

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Ekadhikena Purvena One More than the Previous is a sutra useful in finding squares of numbers like 25×25, 95×95, x, x etc and special divisions like 1 divided by 19, 29, 39, …. Retrieved from ” https: Only difference we triple the Quotient and then subtract from 9.

Column wise addition should be 9. When we have 2 digit divisor, we have Quotient in 2 digits And we subtract the Quotient from 99 for divisors ending with 1,2,3,4.

Now we will be using 2 for Division purpose. For the denominator 19, the purva previous is 1. Sure… Please let me know the problem you got stuck in. To Divide 1 by numbers ending with 9 like 1 divided by 19, 29, 39, ….

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By sutra,Eka adhika or by adding 1 more to the previous one, we get 2. This sutra can also be used to multiply two numbers. Thank You for cooperation.

Ekadhikena Purvena 1 more than the previous see more in Squares topic. Yes, it will eventually have decimal point. In other languages Add links.

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Check my videos, it sufra for other digits as well. After watching, Let me the step you got stuck. In the divisor 19previous one or the number before 9 is 1. There will be divisor-1 terms in the answer. So in that case we can stop when series is getting repeated.

Some of these numbers like 19, 29, 59 are prime numbers and so cannot be factorized and division becomes all the more difficult and runs into many pages in the present conventional method and the chances of making mistakes are many.