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Mathsbaron Summer Camp in High Speed Mental Mathematics and Experimental Science 2019

A very unique  workshop which teaches the concepts of High Speed Mental Mathematics and Experimental Science using experiments and experiential learning. It helps the children to hone the analytical/logical skills by tracing patterns in numbers and everyday science concepts using experiments and observation. Suited for children in the age of 9 – 17 Group 1 […]

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High Speed Mathematics – Multiplication of 2 three digit numbers

Learn a very easy way to multiple two, three digit numbers in a very easy way using the concept of “Vertically and Cross Wise”. Q )  789 x 263 = ? Watch this video on our YouTube Channel “Mathsbaron” to learn this simple trick.   There are 5 symmetrical steps involved over here. Step 1  -> 9  x  […]

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Vertically and Crosswise – A simple and effective method of multiplication

In my workshops I have seen kids and children struggling with multiplication . Specially if it is two or three digit multiplication their faces will just turn sad in few seconds. And they will shout in unison , ” No Mam not again ” So I teach them a simple method of multiplication which is not only […]

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Summer Workshops – April 2015

Upcoming High Speed Mental Mathematics – summer workshops in Bengaluru 1) Two day weekend workshop @ Atta Glatta, Koramangala  (11th and 12th April 2015) For details and to register, Click the “Going” button  in the Event Link 2) 10 days summer workshop @ Easy Lib, Koramangala (13th April – 20th April 2015) For details and […]

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The Largest known prime number

A prime number is a natural number greater than 1 that has no positive divisors other than 1 and itself. The Numbers in the picture represents the first 168 prime numbers, all of which are less than 1000. Discovery or first study of the prime numbers dates back to 300 BC by ancient Greek mathematician. Unfortunately […]

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Board Express Program

We are pleased to announce a new  program  –  Board Express Program for Maths & Physics. The course gives impetus in covering the entire maths and physics syllabus in a comprehensive way. Focus is given on concept building with numerous problems and exercises. Coaching offered in both Maths and Physics for both ICSE and CBSE board. A child has […]

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Maths Olympiad Preparatory Course

Mathsbaron team is pleased to announce International Maths Olympiad Preparatory Course. This is a fast paced course focused on preparing for International Mathematics Olympiad. The course is based on ICSE / CBSE syllabus and helps the child to do well in class as well as building competitive skills. The course is helpful in building the analytic, cognitive skills of a […]

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Who Invented the Equal sign?

  Equal sign commonly used in mathematics and computing around the world, was first recorded by welsh mathematician Robert Recorde in 1557 in his book “The Whetstone of Witte”. Recorde composed the symbol consisting of two parallel lines to avoid having to write over again and again “is equal to”. Recorde’s representation of the equal sign […]

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Pi Day

March 14 (03/14) is celebrated as Pi (π) day by mathematician scholars and enthusiasts around the world because 3, 1 and 4 are the first three significant digits in the value of Pi. The number Pi is defined as ratio of circumference of circle to its diameter and is a constant number.  In other words […]

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Ramanujan’s Number

1729 is called Ramanujan’s number. This number became famous through the conversation bwteen two great mathematicians – Srinivas Ramanujan and Godfrey Harold Hardy. English mathematician G.H. Harold narrated ” I remember once going to see him when he was ill at Putney. I had ridden in taxi cab number 1729 and remarked that the number […]