* Today you can define spiritual mathematics in various ways. * * Some would say mentioning a table and remember that the solutions can form part of mental mathematics. * * Some would say ability to perform simple calculations in the head *

The web dictionary defines spiritual mathematics as "* Computer accurately answer without using pencil and paper or other physical aids." *

Today there are five methods for learning and practicing spiritual mathematics.

Begin with a first called & # 39; Learning by Heart & # 39; or better known as a rote memorizing method where your teachers ask you to crush up boring multiplication tables. It not only kills the child's interests in mathematics but also ensures that he develops hatred towards the material for the years he learns. This system gives its ease to succeed at the outset as he can respond to light problems than when probably bigger application problems occur in the steam is almost complete.

The other one gives you good success and I really recommend the younger thing out there. It comes from China and is popular with the name of Abacus (also known as Soroban in Japan). Cutting is a calculation tool, often constructed as a wooden frame with pearls sliding on a wire. By using this tool you can perform calculations related to addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with ease. Gradually, one tool comes with the device at hand and later when he is experienced, he learns to do it without using the device. This tool has come to mind, and it can then be added, reduced the number of times and divided into seconds. This tool also increases the child's strength level.

The main drawback of this system is that it focuses only on 4 mathematical functions. Concepts outside of these functions like Algebra, Square Roots, Cubes, Squares, Calculator and Geometry, etc. can not be solved by using it at all. You also need a longer period of time to fully understand the system, as you will see a course on the tray that grows for over 2 years, leading the child to a distraction and then discontinuing the course.

Another Chinese system collected mainly from the book * The nine chapters of mathematics * describe an approach to mathematics that aims to find the most common methods of solving problems. Entries in the book are usually in the form of statements of problems followed by a statement of the solution and an explanation of the procedure that led to the solution.

The methods described in this system can hardly be called spiritual and they lack speed to accomplish everything. The Chinese were totally advanced civilization, thanks to the Yangtze and Yellow Rivers, but if I were to choose from two methods given by this culture, it would be an abacus.

If war has 99.99% hills, sometimes they can get up too, because they celebrate stories of hope and creativity. The next spiritual mathematical system was developed during World War II by the Ukrainian mathematician Jakow Trachtenberg to keep his mind. What is solved is now known as the Trachtenberg speed system in mathematics and consideration of Rapid Mental Methods of Mathematics.

The system consists of several powerful patterns that are easy to do to perform billing accounts very quickly. It has broader applications than Abacus, and apart from four major surgery, it covers a square and square root.

The method focuses mostly on multiplication, even multiplying patterns with a given number, say 5.6.7 and even 11 and 12. It then gives a general method for accelerating multiplication and a special two-finger method. After practicing the method, I realized that multiplication was a very appropriate spiritual approach, but other methods of resolving division and rooted root were not very friendly and impossible to do mentally. I was looking for a much better wholesome procedure because I could easily perform other activities too. Another drawback of this system was that it would also be like the scope to gain wider scope for reaching other areas such as Algebra, Calculator, Trignometry, Cube Roots, etc.

My friend's recommendation from America introduced me what is known as the Kumon Math method. It was founded by Japanese scholar Toru Kumon in 1950 and in 2007, over 4 million children studied under the Kumon Method in over 43 different countries.

Students do not work together as a lesson but progress through a curriculum in their own behavior, moving on to the next level when they have graduated at the previous level. This time * involves repeating * the same set of * works * until the student reaches an adequate level within a given time frame. In North America, the Kumon Center begins the mathematical program with very basic skills such as pattern recognition and counting, and is constantly challenging subjects such as calculations, probabilities and statistics. The Kumon method does not deal with geometry as a special topic, but provides sufficient geometry training to meet the prerequisites for the triumphology, discussed in the Kumon mathematical program.

I was very pleased with the glamor around Kumon, but her flawless curriculum became very disappointed with me. It's not spiritual at all. It does not offer specific mathematical methods, and you do not improve speed by doing Kumon Math. There is a specific study material of a worksheet that will make it possible for you to get a job in the subject. For example, say Divison's magazine-it would continue to divide by conventional means until he gets a sufficient level and then he gets to a higher level. This certainly does not make the division faster and the process is certainly not spiritual.

Deep thought because of the reasons for its immense popularity in America led me to conclude that there was a lack of customer business model on the abacus and Trachtenberg speed system in 1950. The franchisee model was necessary to take the course from country to country. This is where Toru Kumon flourished.

Dissapointed with other cultures in the world, I searched for myself in my native Indian culture. What I felt surprised and wondered me so much that I fell in love with the system and started training students in the neighborhood.

This is simply the world's fastest spiritual mathematical system called high-speed mathematics. It has its roots in Ancient Indian Scripture called Vedas which means "the head of knowledge of knowledge." Not only can you add, subtract, multiply or replace, which is a limited element in the abacus, but you can also solve complex math such as algebra, geometry, computing, and interference. Some of the most advanced, more complicated and difficult problems can be solved using the Vedic Math method with great ease.

And all this with only 16 word formulas written in Sanskrit.

High-speed Vedic Mathematics was founded by ** Swami Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji Maharaja ** which was the Sankaracharya (Man of Best Order) Govardhan Matha in Puri between 1911 and 1918. They are called "Vedic" as because sutras can be found in ** Atharva Veda ** – the branch of mathematics and engineering in the ancient wars.

** High Speed Vedic Mathematics ** is much more * systematic, simple and unified * than a standard system. It is a mental tool for calculation that encourages the development and use of intuition and innovation, but gives the student a great deal of flexibility, fun and pleasure . For your child, it means giving them a competitive advantage, a way to maximize their performance and give them an edge in math and logic that will help them shine in the classroom and beyond.

Therefore, it is straightforward and easy to do in schools – the reason for ** his great popularity ** among scholars and ** students. ** It's an addition to a mathematics curriculum taught in schools by acting as a ** Powerful Controller ** and goes to ** saving precious time ** in exams.

The Trachtenberg method is often compared with Vedic mathematics. Infact even some of the multiplication methods are strikingly similar. The Trachtenberg system brings next Vedic System in comparison and ease of methods. But the ease and spiritual solution of another method, especially particular division, square roots, cube roots, algebraic equations, trigonometry, calculus etc clearly gives vedic system edge. Even NASA is said to be using some of these methods in the field of artificial intelligence.

There are only 16 Vedic Math sutras or word formulas that one has to practice to be efficient in the Vedic Math system. Sutras or Word Math Formulas like vertical and cross-section, ranging from nine to ten past, help solve complex problems with ease, and you can also use one formula in two or more areas at the same time. The vertical and crosswise formula is one such multipurpose pearls, finding squares, solving simultaneous proportions, and finding decisions on the array all at the same time.

If any of these methods are done at a young age, a student aged 14 can easily carry out easy calculations during the tests and through them.

Greek mathematics is fast gaining popularity in this century. It is believed to be the only mental mathematical system that fits a child as it helps to develop numerical and spiritual abilities. The methods are new and practical and only teach Mental Rapid Mathematics.

The system does not focus on learning with repetition as in the Kumon method. The system focuses on improving intelligence by teaching basic and other methods. The purpose is not limited to improving school performance or testing, but to provide educational prospects that lead to better mathematical information and mental sharpness.

For more information about Vedic Mathematics Sutras – World Speed of Physical Mathematics, visit http://www.vedicmathsindia.org

This article is provided by Gaurav Tekriwal, President of the Vedic Mathematics Forum India who has been conducting high speed Vedic Mathematics Workshops for the past five years and has trained over seven thousand students worldwide in this field. He is the author of the best selling DVD on the content that contains over 10 hours on the subject. He is an expert in this field and transforms how children learn mathematics.

Source by Gaurav Tecriwal