## How do you divide in Vedic Maths?

Step 1: Discard the first digit of the divisor and transpose the remaining digits of the divisor. Step 2: Split dividend into 2 parts – Quotient and Remainder. The remainder should have the same number of digits as obtained in step 1. Let us see an example.

## How do you divide by 7 easily?

Dividing by 7

- Take the last digit in a number.
- Double and subtract the last digit in your number from the rest of the digits.
- Repeat the process for larger numbers.
- Example: Take 357. Double the 7 to get 14. Subtract 14 from 35 to get 21, which is divisible by 7, and we can now say that 357 is divisible by 7.

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### How to add numbers in Vedic Maths?

We have various tricks to perform the addition in Vedic maths. In this section, you will learn how to add numbers using one of the sutras called Ekadhikena Purvena with the help of an example. By Sutra Ekadhikena Purvena, add 98765, 63217, 89522, and 60543. Step 1: Write the given numbers in rows and columns by giving some space between the digits.

### How to find the division of 3 or more digit number?

Finding the division of 3 or more digit number when the divisor is 9. Division method when divisor is closer and smaller than power of 10. Below image is a simple illustration of the difference between usual method and Vedic method iii)Multiply 3rd quotient with individual digit of 003 ,and add the 4th,5th and 6th column,to get the remainder.

**Who put together the sutras in Vedic Maths?**

The Sutras in Vedic Mathematics were put together by Indian Mathematician Shri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji around the early 20 th century. We will see more about the techniques suggested in Vedic Mathematics in the following sections. What are the different Vedic Maths sutras?