# Top 7 Tricks to make Mathematics as Easy

*Top 7 Tricks to make Mathematics as Easy*
Most of the students find mathematics a difficult, disengaging or even a
stressful subject but every student has to study it at one time or another.
Mathematics, however, is an essential, exciting and very beautiful part of our world.
It enables cutting - edge advancements within a number of important fields, like
engineering, science, business, and technology. The problem that most of the
students have is that they don’t know how to study maths to get good results.
Here we have come with some tricks and techniques for studying maths that
you can follow regardless of your level. You might end up developing more interest
and love for this particular subject till reaching the end of this article.
*1. Master Your Basics and Concepts*
The most prominent reason that people struggle in maths is that their basics
and fundamentals are not fully developed. Remember, do not ever try to
memorise the processes involved in the solution of a Mathematical problem. This
is will prove to be counter-productive. It is much better to focus on understanding
the process and logic behind it. To get a good command over the subject, be
clear with the key concepts. It will help you in the lifelong run. For example:
Algebra and Geometry are the building blocks for the more advanced math later
on.
*2.Self-Study is the Key*
This is another most efficient way of mastering Maths. Engaging yourself in
self-study will help you understand the concepts the better and make you
acquainted with the tough topics. Whenever you are stuck trying to solve part of a
Maths problem and find it difficult to move on to the next stage then be affirmed
to spend time trying to understand the process of solving that problem. Once you
will grasp the understanding of the initial problem, it will become easier to
progress to the remainder of the question.
*3. Practice Hard*
This is probably the best key to unlock the success in every field. Same
implements here too. It is impossible to study maths properly by just reading and
listening. To study maths you have to roll up your sleeves and actually solve
some problems. Practicing will help to keep the concepts and basics to get firmed
to your brain. Each problem has its own characteristics and it’s important to have
solved it in numerous ways before tackling the exam.
*4. Be Good at Tables*
‘Be good at tables’ mean learn the tables up to 20 at least, and that by
heart just the way you do A to Z. So, if you don’t have tables in your mind then
start it up right now. Remember, there is no end to learning. This will help to
simplify various questions involving multiplication, division, square, square roots,
LCMs, HCFs, etc. on tips.
*5. Be Familier with the Tricks to Calculate Faster and Easier*
There are certain other methods which you could use to make the calculations
easier. There are many tricks to solve the questions. You know with practice, you
will be able to tailor some even. You could probably use Vedic mathematics
techniques as well for the calculation.
Some are explained below:
Quick Square root
Best method to find square root of large numbers is by dividing the
number into parts as done in the following example:
 Find √ 1936
√ 1936 = √ 4 × √ 484 = √ 4 × √ 4 × √ 121 = 2×2×11 = 44
Multiply by 11
Take the original number and imagine a space between the two digits
for example in 63 take 6_3
Now add the two numbers together and put them in the middle:
6_(6+3)_3
So you have the answer: 693.
Dividing by 5
Dividing a large number by five is actually very simple. All you do is
multiply by 2 and move the decimal point:
525 / 5
Step1: 525 * 2 = 1050
Step2: Move the decimal: 105.0 or just 105
*6. Apply Maths to Real World Problems*
As much as possible, try to apply real-world problems when approaching
maths. Maths can be very abstract sometimes so looking for a practical
application can help change your perspective and assimilate ideas differently.
Say, you are practicing finding average of numbers, then why don't you chose
this number out of an activity that is interesting; like finding the average score by
Sachin Tendulkar at ODIs.
*7. Create a Mathematics’ Dictionary*
Prepare your own Mathematics dictionary that will include all the specific
terms used, various formulae and theorems. Try to create notes or flashcards with all
the concepts and definitions you need to know. Also include their meanings, some
key points and even some related examples so you can recall them at any time and
recap.
All the above given tips if followed properly, will surely make Mathematics a much
easier and interesting subject for you, thereby helping you to score better marks in
this particular subject.
Shared by Pasupuleti NarendraSwamy
*All the Very Best !*
Most of the students find mathematics a difficult, disengaging or even a
stressful subject but every student has to study it at one time or another.
Mathematics, however, is an essential, exciting and very beautiful part of our world.
It enables cutting - edge advancements within a number of important fields, like
engineering, science, business, and technology. The problem that most of the
students have is that they don’t know how to study maths to get good results.
Here we have come with some tricks and techniques for studying maths that
you can follow regardless of your level. You might end up developing more interest
and love for this particular subject till reaching the end of this article.
*1. Master Your Basics and Concepts*
The most prominent reason that people struggle in maths is that their basics
and fundamentals are not fully developed. Remember, do not ever try to
memorise the processes involved in the solution of a Mathematical problem. This
is will prove to be counter-productive. It is much better to focus on understanding
the process and logic behind it. To get a good command over the subject, be
clear with the key concepts. It will help you in the lifelong run. For example:
Algebra and Geometry are the building blocks for the more advanced math later
on.
*2.Self-Study is the Key*
This is another most efficient way of mastering Maths. Engaging yourself in
self-study will help you understand the concepts the better and make you
acquainted with the tough topics. Whenever you are stuck trying to solve part of a
Maths problem and find it difficult to move on to the next stage then be affirmed
to spend time trying to understand the process of solving that problem. Once you
will grasp the understanding of the initial problem, it will become easier to
progress to the remainder of the question.
*3. Practice Hard*
This is probably the best key to unlock the success in every field. Same
implements here too. It is impossible to study maths properly by just reading and
listening. To study maths you have to roll up your sleeves and actually solve
some problems. Practicing will help to keep the concepts and basics to get firmed
to your brain. Each problem has its own characteristics and it’s important to have
solved it in numerous ways before tackling the exam.
*4. Be Good at Tables*
‘Be good at tables’ mean learn the tables up to 20 at least, and that by
heart just the way you do A to Z. So, if you don’t have tables in your mind then
start it up right now. Remember, there is no end to learning. This will help to
simplify various questions involving multiplication, division, square, square roots,
LCMs, HCFs, etc. on tips.
*5. Be Familier with the Tricks to Calculate Faster and Easier*
There are certain other methods which you could use to make the calculations
easier. There are many tricks to solve the questions. You know with practice, you
will be able to tailor some even. You could probably use Vedic mathematics
techniques as well for the calculation.
Some are explained below:
Quick Square root
Best method to find square root of large numbers is by dividing the
number into parts as done in the following example:
 Find √ 1936
√ 1936 = √ 4 × √ 484 = √ 4 × √ 4 × √ 121 = 2×2×11 = 44
Multiply by 11
Take the original number and imagine a space between the two digits
for example in 63 take 6_3
Now add the two numbers together and put them in the middle:
6_(6+3)_3
So you have the answer: 693.
Dividing by 5
Dividing a large number by five is actually very simple. All you do is
multiply by 2 and move the decimal point:
525 / 5
Step1: 525 * 2 = 1050
Step2: Move the decimal: 105.0 or just 105
*6. Apply Maths to Real World Problems*
As much as possible, try to apply real-world problems when approaching
maths. Maths can be very abstract sometimes so looking for a practical
application can help change your perspective and assimilate ideas differently.
Say, you are practicing finding average of numbers, then why don't you chose
this number out of an activity that is interesting; like finding the average score by
Sachin Tendulkar at ODIs.
*7. Create a Mathematics’ Dictionary*
Prepare your own Mathematics dictionary that will include all the specific
terms used, various formulae and theorems. Try to create notes or flashcards with all
the concepts and definitions you need to know. Also include their meanings, some
key points and even some related examples so you can recall them at any time and
recap.
All the above given tips if followed properly, will surely make Mathematics a much
easier and interesting subject for you, thereby helping you to score better marks in

*All the Very Best !*