10th to 99th, any table,

very easy method to learn.

I didn’t know this. Because it was not taught to us in school.

How to write Table of any two digit number?

For example Table of “87”

First write down *table of 8 then write down table of 7 beside it*

8 | 7 | 87 | |

16 | 14 | (16+1) | 174 |

24 | 21 | (24+2) | 261 |

32 | 28 | (32+2) | 348 |

40 | 35 | (40+3) | 435 |

48 | 42 | (48+4) | 522 |

56 | 49 | (56+4) | 609 |

64 | 56 | (64+5) | 696 |

72 | 63 | (72+6) | 783 |

80 | 70 | (80+7) | 870 |

Now table of 38

3 | 8 | 38 |

6 | 16 | (6+1) 76 |

9 | 24 | (9+2) 114 |

12 | 32 | (12+3) 152 |

15 | 40 | (15+4) 190 |

18 | 48 | (18+4) 228 |

21 | 56 | (21+5) 266 |

24 | 64 | (24+6) 304 |

27 | 72 | (27+7) 342 |

30 | 80 | (30+8) 380 |

33 | 88 | (33+8) 418 |

36 | 96 | (36+9) 456 |

Now table of 92

9 | 2 | 92 |

18 | 4 | 184 |

27 | 6 | 276 |

36 | 8 | 368 |

45 | 10 | (45+1) 460 |

54 | 12 | (54+1) 552 |

63 | 14 | (63+1) 644 |

72 | 16 | (72+1) 736 |

81 | 18 | (81+1) 828 |

90 | 20 | (90+2) 920 |

99 | 22 | (99+1) 1012 |

108 | 24 | (108+2) 1104 |

This way one can make Tables from 10 to 99.

Teach your children.

This is Vedic Mathematics!!!…

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