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The Trachtenberg System of Speed Arithmetic

The Trachtenberg System of Speed Arithmetic While he was in a German concentration camp, during World War II, Jakow Trachtenberg invented his system of speed arithmetic. His methods can be divided into two parts, (1) multiplication by s...
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Hi,


I would like to add one more shortcut to Maverick's quite old but very useful post.

Here it is:

Multiplication of just over and just under numbers

97*104

97 -3
104 4

101 -12
100 88 (subtract 1 from the result of cross addition. take the complement of the right
multiplication)
Ans: 10088

103*96

103 3
96 -4
99 -12
9888

cheers!:)


Good one... no wonder u r @ iimb
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Hats off!!! for information and your effort/....I am having a copt of it..i m inspired to give a full read after seeing this

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MavericK Says
Uploaded the software for the Same stuff :)


Thanks,maverick for the software...
i ll try that
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great work man. u have really done a fabulous job. Good. Carry on. Hope to see more from you.

www.sarkarilife.com - Tons of resources to help you crack Government Bank Exams 
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wonderful!! i had seen the book in a book stall and had by heartsd most of the multi methods from thr itself .. din't want to buy cos o already am an exp in veedic stuff.. but this post is comprehensive and precludes the need for the book. thanks a lot!! by the way, the multi methods r better than vedic too.. amazing

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Gr8 job guys...keep going,
regards,
phani.

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Great job Buddy!!!!!!!!!

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only one word mav
excellent

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similarly for nos below hundred..

ex: 96*98

96 -4
98 -2
94 08

the ans is 9408

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i was searching for this for a long time....keep it up bro.
Sourabh

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