## Description

This Advanced Course of 3 DVDs shows 10 hours of presentations covering algebra, trigonometry, calculus, coordinate geometry, Simple Harmonic Motion, projectile motion, recurring decimals, solution of polynomial and transcendental equations etc, It is suitable for anyone having a basic knowledge of the Vedic system and wanting to learn more, especially students, teachers and researchers. There is an introduction including background, history, structure and features of Vedic Maths. Proofs and explanations are given and the coherence of the system is displayed.

## Contents

**DVD 1 Content (Introduction plus 4 lessons):**

Introduction – course introduction, history, background, features of Vedic Mathematics

1 – Algebraic Division - two methods, dividing the remainder, series expansions

2 - Recurring Decimals – left to right and right to left, short cuts, variations, use of special numbers

3 – Factorising – quadratics (incl 2 and 3 variables), cubics, etc., evaluating polynomials

4 – Algebraic Square Root - to any number of terms

**DVD 2 Content (5 lessons):**

5 – Calculus Methods – quadratic equations, partial fractions, derivatives of products and quotients and trig functions, series expansions, integration by ‘parts’ etc.

6 – Triples – addition/subtraction, double & half angle triples, geometry

7 – Transformations – rotations of points, lines & curves, reflections

8 – Coordinate Geometry – equation of a line, linear interpolation, angle between two lines, distance of a point from a line

9 – Trigonometry – compound angles, inverse functions, trig proofs, trig equations

**DVD 3 Content (8 lessons):**

10 – Complex Numbers – multiplication, division, square root

11 – Simple Harmonic Motion – using three triples

12 – Projectile Motion – solving problems using three triples

13 – Forces in Equilibrium – solving force problems with triples

14 – Left to Right - working left to right, addition, multiplication, squaring

15 – Combined Operations – adding squares, algebraic, Pythagoras

16 – Trig Functions and Inverses – evaluating sine, cosine and tangent and inverses

17 – Polynomial & Transcendental Equations – solving polynomial & transcendental equations, Kepler’s Equation