A Novel Approach of Ancient

A Novel Approach of Ancient Vedic Mathematics in Engineering

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by Dr. M.R Khan,Nitesh Kumar Sharma,Deepesh Kumar Gautam

ISBN Number : 978 – 93- 88672 – 21 – 4

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Dr. M.R. Khan

Dr. M.R. Khan is a Professor in Government Engineering
College, Jagdalpur (C.G). He has completed his B.E. from
Government Engineering College Jabalpur, M.Tech. from IIT
Kharagpur (with honors) and Ph.D degrees in electronics &
communication engineering From NIT Raipur in 1985,1999 and
2008, respectively. He has more than 34 years of teaching
experience and published several research papers national and
international level. He is also the member of many interview
panels.

Mr. Nitesh Kumar Sharma

Mr. Nitesh Kumar Sharma is an Assistant Professor in
Government Engineering College, Jagdalpur (C.G). He has
completed his B.E. in Electronics and Telecommunication from
Government Engineering College Jagdalpur and M.Tech. in VLSI
from Dr.CV Raman University Bilaspur (C.G) in 2014 and 2016
respectively and presently he is pursuing Ph.D from Dr.CV
Raman University Bilaspur (C.G). He has more than three years of
teaching experience and published six research papers.

Mr. Deepesh Kumar Gautam

Mr. Deepesh Kumar Gautam is a Lecturer in Government Girls
Polytechnic College, Jagdalpur (C.G). He has completed his B.E.
in Electronics and Telecommunication from Government
Engineering College, Jagdalpur, in 2011. He has more than 6 years
of teaching and industrial experience and published four research
papers. Previously he has worked at Doordarshan Kendra,
Jagdalpur (C.G) in the post of Engineering Assistant.

The Formula ( Sutra) Ekadhikena Purvena meaning is:-By one more than the
previous one” is used to finding squares of numbers (like 15×15, 75×75, 115×115
etc) and special divisions like 1 divided by 19, 29, 39, …. 199 etc. easily as
compared to other conventional method.i) Square of numbers endi 1. Ekadhikena
Purvenang in 5:
Now we relate the sutra to the ‘squaring of numbers ending in 5’. Consider the
example 252.