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What is the need for QMATHS?

The other day I visited my friend’s house and happen to meet his teenager daughter who is excellent in all her academic subjects. She was pleased to tell me about her performance in all the subjects. The moment she was asked about the subject of Mathematics, she was reluctant to tell anything saying “Please, it is different, uncle.” She claimed that math is a dull and boring subject and nobody can perfectly make calculations and that again with a speed. She was shy to tell about the tales of slow suffering in the class throughout her schooling till then. She told how difficult the compulsion of remembering different formulas and the irritating algebra is. Time for solving the math question paper is always short for her, she complained.

Though she is the daughter of a friend of mine, math phobia is her biggest problem. Her parents find no solution as they went through the same system of education and they had been facing the same problem compromising that there is no solution and they are quite helpless. As she was promoted from lower to higher classes, the problem grew gradually and she starts feeling as if math is impossible for her. Soon she starts complaining of a lack of concentration in her studies in all subjects and especially in mathematics. The problem aggravated day by day. Understanding her situation, my friend got her enrolled into extra tuition classes for math but of little help. Her phobia of math was still there.

This is not the story of one school going child. Otherwise majority of the students are facing the same problem. My question is:

Is your child so scary of Mathematics? Math phobia is playing badly with his/her studies? Does your child think of math as a dull and boring subject? Can you just imagine that there can be “Magic Rod” that suddenly changes your child into a genius in mathematics?

The only solution is QMaths which is based on Vedic math and its derivatives.

And the secret of Vedic Math lies in the Ancient Indian Scriptures written by Indian sages almost 5000 years ago called Vedas which means‘Fountain of knowledge’.These Vedas carries sixteen SUTRAS and some SUB-SUTRAS which claim to solve a problem of mathematics in many fields in fraction of seconds.

The name given to this speed system of mathematics is called “QMaths ” which can solve difficult problems like 995 x 987 in less than 5 seconds by a common student.

QMaths can help you to solve many of the basic calculations in a fraction of a second. It is simple, easy to learn, practice and apply. It makes it possible to find the square roots as easily and orally (mentally) as it is just a simple addition. In this method, it is also possible to multiply any number of two digits with another two digit number without carry. In QMaths, some specially designed lessons for junior school students have shown alarming results.

QMaths  is far more systematic, coherent and unified than the conventional system. It develops the mind of the student in such a way that he becomes more logistic, creative as well as mentally active. Students find much fun, sport, flexibility, self-confidence and above all satisfaction in Mathematics. It is easily applicable in the day-to-day calculations and can be part of the math curriculum of different classes.

QMaths is increasingly becoming a favorite of schools and students in metros. You can visit the author’s website at http://www.qmaths.com. Worksheets, computer based practice sftware and other supportive material is available to practice the different areas of QMaths at QMaths Center of Learning.

QMaths is no way related to ABACUS but its modules contain VEDIC MATH, SPEED MATH shortcuts. QMAths is something more than VEDIC MATH, SPEED MATH or QUICK MATH. It consists of practice modules for addition, subtraction, multiplication, multiplication and division. School math concept clearing workbooks are also an important part of QMaths.It has also many Math Games based on Math by Fu

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