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Hope you enjoyed my last presentation on multiplication. Topics for this presentation are Square Division. Done By L.Hariharan. Base clarification. Consider ( 23 )( 4 5 )( 7 1) Step 1 : place 1 Step 2 : 7 + 45 = 5 2 === place 2 Step 3 : 5 + 23 = 28=== place 28

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Hope you enjoyed my last presentation on multiplication

Hope you enjoyed my last presentation on multiplication

  • Topics for this presentation are

  • Square

  • Division

Done By

L.Hariharan


Hope you enjoyed my last presentation on multiplication

Base clarification

Consider

(23)(45)(71)

Step 1: place 1

Step 2: 7 + 45 = 52=== place 2

Step 3: 5 + 23 = 28=== place 28

Answer = 2821


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Squares

<20

Hope you have understood with multiplication of numbers. Now I will go on to explain squaring of numbers

For performing squares of numbers less than 20.

Example:

182 = (18+8 ) / 82

= 26 / 64

Now add subscript 6 with 26, that is you get 32.Combine 32 and 4.

Answer is 324


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Squares

>20

What will you do for numbers greater than 20?

Don’t worry I will give you a shortcut.

612 = 602 + (60+61) = 3721

622 = 602 + 4*61 = 3844

Try for squares of 64, 66, 67 with 65 as your nearest number.

Note: Squares ending with 5 was done in last presentation.


Hope you enjoyed my last presentation on multiplication

Test for Divisibility

Are you afraid of number 13?

From now on you need not have to worry on that.

Let us check whether 1001 is divisible by 13.

Procedure

Step1: 1001 == 100 + (1*4). = 104

Step2: 104 == 10 + (4*4) = 26

Step3: 26 is divisible by 13.

Therefore 1001 is divisible by 13


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Time to go on...

Relax yourself, now I am going to teach you division. Hope you are all confused with our ordinary division. Don’t worry we don’t need any more.

Don’t get stunned. From now on you don’t need that black box, which you call it as a calculator

Let us go To Division


Hope you enjoyed my last presentation on multiplication

Dividing numbers ending with 9

1/19 = .0051206031115171809

Step 1: 1/20 = .05, therefore we have found .0 should come

Step 2: Add 0 to numerator start dividing 2. Therefore we get quotient as 5 and remainder as 0.(clue: if its 1/29 start dividing by 3)

Step 3: Combine remainder(0) and quotient(5). That is we get 05.

Step 4: Divide 05 by 2 again and find quotient and remainder as shown in figure. Repeat step 3. Hope you all found the answer.

Note: Numbers ending with 3, 7 can be converted so that they end in 9.Hint:3*3=9, 7*7=49.


Hope you enjoyed my last presentation on multiplication

To be continued....

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