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Mon to Sat - 10 AM to 7 PM # Vedic Math Multiplication Tricks for Two Digit and Three Digit Numbers

Let's learn some vedic math multiplication tricks.

By Pratibha Yadav 06th Aug, 2015 01:20 pm

Here are Vedic Math Multiplication Tricks for two digit and three digit numbers. Learn these tricks and stay ahead in Mathematics.

1.  Two Digit Numbers

Let’s take an example of two digit numbers which start with the same number and have the second digits which sum up to ten.

83 and 87

Step 1: Multiply both second digits: 7.3 = 21. So, our product should be _ _21.

Step 2: Add 1 to the first digit of the first number: 8 + 1 = 9

Step 3: Now, multiply the sum (8 + 1) 9 by the first digit of the second number: 9.8 = 72

Therefore, the product is 7221.

Let’s try one more example:

97 and 93

Step 1: Multiplying the second digits of both numbers. We get 7.3 = 21.

Step 2: Adding 1 to the first digit of the first number. We get 9 + 1 = 10.

Step 3: Now, multiplying the sum 10 to the first digit of the second number. We get 9.10 = 90.

Step 4: The product is 9021. Image source: http://www.edvie.com

2.  Three Digit Numbers

107 and 109

Step 1: We have two numbers which are greater than hundred.  107 is greater than 100 by 7 and 109 by 9.

Step 2: We cross add the values. We add 9 to 107 and 7 to 109. As a result, we get the same result for both additions: 116. So, the final product should look like 116_ _.

Step 3: Now, multiply the last digits of both numbers: 7.9 = 63.

Step 4: The final product is 11663.

Let’s try another example:

104 and 103

Step 1: Cross add the last digits of both numbers.

104 + 3 = 107 and 103 + 4 = 107

The final product will look like 107_ _.

Step 2:  Multiplying the last digits of both numbers: 3.4 = 12.

Step 3: The final product is 10712.

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