Navi Mumbai, India, September 03, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Ever wanted to have an easier method to solve difficult subtractions? Be ready for your gift from Subhendu Sen, a Vedic Maths teacher, on the Teacher's day.
"This new method of subtraction would be my gift to the student community on this Teacher's day. What else a teacher can gift a learner other than education?" Subhendu asks.
When asked about the details of his new method of subtraction, Subhendu says, "Please wait till the Teacher's day. I will prefer to disclose it to the students first." He adds, "But I can tell you that this method of subtraction is based on Vedic Mathematics."
So, is it something already available in Vedic Maths books? Subhendu says, "Not really. At least I have not seen or read this method of subtraction anywhere." So, is it a discovery? "I can't confirm it right now. Let's see."
How did he get to know this method? "I don't know. I was writing a lesson for subtraction and suddenly I just started doing it in this method. I don't know from where it came in mind. I felt like someone invisible was just instructing me to do it that way. After solving a subtraction using that new method, I just got surprised about how did I get this method?"
Is it easier than normal subtraction method? "Definitely," says Subhendu, "it's much easier. Many Vedic Maths techniques are much easier than usual methods. This new method of subtraction is easier than known Vedic Maths techniques for solving similar kind of subtractions."
Sounds great! If you want to learn about this new (Subhendu's?) method of subtraction from Subhendu himself, you may register free for the web-based audio-visual seminar from his website, http://www.MathsVedic.com. If you have no idea about Vedic Maths tricks and techniques you may also enroll for a set of free email tutorials from the same website.