Multiply Two Numbers Above Base Number - Vedic Maths

It involves the multiplication amongest numbers, where two numbers are above the base.

Multiplication of Numbers Above the Base Number

Rules:

Rule 1. Reduce the base values from the multiplier and multiplicand.
Rule 2. Cross section the multiplier and multiplicand and add to the reduced values. You will get same difference on both the sides.
Rule 3. Multiply the reduced numbers.
Rule 4. If the resultant value is less than the base value assign zero before the resultant value to equal the base value digits. If the resultant value is greater than the base value carry the one.
Rule 5. If you get carry values, add it to the difference values.
Rule 6. Join both the values to get the final result.

Example I : 106 X 108

Here base value is 100

Rule 1 : , 106 - 100 = 6 and 108 - 100 = 8
Rule 2 : 106 + 8 = 114 ; 108 + 6 = 114
Rule 3 : 6 x 8 = 48
Rule 4 : Here the obtained value is less than the base value. So there is no carry value.
Rule 5 : Join both the values (106 x 108 = 11448)

Example II : 1023 X 1049

Here base value is 1000

Rule 1 : , 1023 - 1000 = 23 and 1049 - 1000 = 49
Rule 2 : 1023 + 49 = 1072 ; 1049 + 23 = 1072
Rule 3 : 23 x 49 = 1127.
Rule4:Here the resultant value is greater than the base value. Carry the remainder 1. So the value is 127.
Rule 5 : 1072 + 1 = 1073
Rule 6 : Append the resultant values (1023 x 1049 = 1073127)

Thus, the multiplicatin of two numbers that are below the base number can be done using the vedic maths multiplication.