## An Introduction to Vedic Mathematics

The Atharva Veda, the ‘fourth Veda’ is a sacred Hindu text written by The Aryans.…

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The Atharva Veda, the ‘fourth Veda’ is a sacred Hindu text written by The Aryans.…

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The Product Rule: We use the Product Rule when we have products of two or…

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List of Derivatives of the basic functions: All these can be derived using The first…

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So, lets see how we can apply the first principle to differentiate functions. We’ll start…

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In the previuos topic, we found out the slope of the tangent which was the…

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The function y=f(x) in green, is associated with two lines in the above diagram. The…

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Graphical Transformations help us to plot any function in calculus.These transformations can easily be observed…

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Before we study differential calculus, it is important to understand the concept of functions and…

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On an island live 13 purple, 15 yellow and 17 maroon chameleons. When two chameleons…

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If x = (16^3+ 18^3 + 19^3), then find the remainder if x divided by 70.…

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If we list all the natural numbers below 10 that are multiples of 3 or…

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Found this interesting puzzle on wired(.com). Can you explain it? (wait for it to change)…