By Rohit Keserwani

you ll immediately say 10000 without thinking. (that too mentally and very fast). .If I ask you what is the square of 100. you will probably struggle. But if you are asked the square of 101 or 102. For those who can do it may also help themselves with the concept if they wish so. refer to the next slide. If you want to know a fun and easy way of doing this.

Following are the steps involved. Calculate the excess over the base (simply put. To separate both the portions. Identify the base (This is the round figure nearest to the number in question. subtract the base from the number in question) So the excess comes out to be 1(=101-100). 3. the number (101). The answer will have two portions (right and left) which together combine to give us the complete answer. This is a very simple method. we put a backslash between them. the base (100) and the excess(1) . 2.Now we need to write the answer somewhere./ Without wasting time. In our case. let us come to the topic. We will use the upper right hand corner for writing the answers. . Now we have three values in consideration. the base is 100 ). (We are calculating the square of 101) 1.

. we write the number(101) plus excess(1) => (101+1) which is equal to 102 What we get now is our answer.103 and till 109. I will put another chapter presentation. 5. 10201. At the right side of the backslash we write the square of the excess At the left side of the backslash.102 / 01 4. Simple isn t it? You can try it for 102. For figures other than that.

1000 and so on) . 10. After reading this chapter.g. you should be able to y Square numbers near to any base (e. 100. This chapter will further elaborate the same concept.What we have done till now is just a small display of the power of vedic mathematics.

11664 .e. i.116 / 64 This time we take 108 as the number in question Number 108 Base 100 Excess 8 Solution: Number plus excess(108+8) = 116 Square of excess(82) = 64 So you get your answer.

the no.1016 / 064 This time we take 1008 as the number in question Number 1008 Base 1000 Excess 8 Solution: Number plus excess(1008+8) = 1016 Square of excess(82) = 64 Did you notice that as soon as the no. 1016064.e. i. of digits at the right side also increase? So you get your answer. . of zeros increase in the base value.

i. 100360324 . of digits at the right side has gone up to 4? This has happened due to choosing a higher base (which contains four zeros).10036 / 0324 This time we take 10018 as the number in question Number 10018 Base 10000 Excess 1 8 Solution: Number plus excess(10018+18) = 10036 Square of excess(182) = 0324 Did you notice that this time the no. So you get your answer.e.

4. so that you can grasp the further concept in a better way. 3. 2. 6. 8. 5. 7. .How about a few exercises? y Find the squares of the following1. 106 109 1005 10009 1000003 10007 1002 10025 Before going any further I strongly recommend you to solve the questions given above (the guide to them is provided in this presentation).

11236 . So you get your answer.112 / 36 This time we take 106 as the number in question Number 106 Base 100 Excess 6 Solution: Number plus excess(106+6) = 112 Square of excess(62) = 36 Did you notice that this time the no. of digits at the right side is 2? This has happened because the base is 100 (which contains two zeros).e. i.

118 / 81 This time we take 109 as the number in question Number 109 Base 100 Excess 9 Solution: Number plus excess(109+9) = 118 Square of excess(92) = 81 Did you notice that this time the no. i. 11881 . of digits at the right side is 2? This has happened because the base is 100 (which contains two zeros). So you get your answer.e.

1010025 .1010 / 025 This time we take 1005 as the number in question Number 1005 Base 1000 Excess 5 Solution: Number plus excess(1005+5) = 1010 Square of excess(52) = 25 Did you notice that this time the no. i. of digits at the right side is 3? This has happened because the base is 1000 (which contains three zeros).e. So you get your answer.

of digits at the right side is 4? This has happened because the base is 10000 (which contains four zeros). So you get your answer.10018 / 0081 This time we take 10009 as the number in question Number 10009 Base 10000 Excess 9 Solution: Number plus excess(10009+9) = 10018 Square of excess(92) = 81 Did you notice that this time the no.e. i. 100180081 .

e. 1000006000009 . So you get your answer. i.1000006 000009 / This time we take 1000003 as the number in question Number 1000003 Base 1000000 Excess 3 Solution: Number plus excess(1000003+3) = 1000006 Square of excess(32) = 9 Did you notice that this time the no. of digits at the right side is 6? This has happened because the base is 1000000 (which contains six zeros).

100140049 . of digits at the right side is 4? This has happened because the base is 10000 (which contains four zeros). i.10014 / 0049 This time we take 10007 as the number in question Number 10007 Base 10000 Excess 7 Solution: Number plus excess(10007+7) = 10014 Square of excess(72) = 49 Did you notice that this time the no. So you get your answer.e.

1004 / 004 This time we take 1002 as the number in question Number 1002 Base 1000 Excess 2 Solution: Number plus excess(1002+2) = 1004 Square of excess(22) = 4 Did you notice that this time the no. 1004004 . of digits at the right side is 3? This has happened because the base is 1000 (which contains three zeros). i. So you get your answer.e.

10050/ 0625 This time we take 10025 as the number in question Number 10025 Base 10000 Excess 25 Solution: Number plus excess(10025+25) = 10050 Square of excess(252) = 625 Did you notice that this time the no. 100500625 . of digits at the right side is 4? This has happened because the base is 10000 (which contains four zeros). i. So you get your answer.e.

. It has 2 parts. nothing seems to be left. And in the right.Our brain is a unique machine. . Hope you enjoyed learning VM . In the left nothing seems right. right and left.

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