Discoveries in Mathematics
by Heyer M. Nexsen
Discoveries in Mathematics by Heyer M. Nexsen is a handbook that would help every student of mathematics in deconstructing complex formulae, equations and principles underlying algebra and arithmetic. Nexsen understands the general impediments to students of the subject in terms of memorising theorems, special cases as well as hypotheses and therefore provides a pointed discussion on abridging them for quick recall and application.
Nexsen opens with an introductory note on algebraic formulae including logs, differentiation, powers and roots among various other concepts. He provides an innovative method for calculating the root of numbers which is much faster and simpler than the existing methodology. He then discusses specific operations like multiplication in double equations, squaring and square roots, cubes as well as formulae for many coefficients.
Discoveries in Mathematics is brief which makes it even more appealing for students as referencing is quick and easy and Nexsen makes sure that concepts are explained in the most simplistic manner possible with multiple examples and sample equations. Of the various topics covered, the notes on algebra are perhaps explained the best. In the end, the use of this book would ensure that students of mathematics will be able to reduce calculation times substantially as it holds within its pages some excellent tips and tricks for various mathematical principles.

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Discoveries in Mathematics
by Heyer M. Nexsen
Discoveries in Mathematics by Heyer M. Nexsen is a handbook that would help every student of mathematics in deconstructing complex formulae, equations and principles underlying algebra and arithmetic. Nexsen understands the general impediments to students of the subject in terms of memorising theorems, special cases as well as hypotheses and therefore provides a pointed discussion on abridging them for quick recall and application.
Nexsen opens with an introductory note on algebraic formulae including logs, differentiation, powers and roots among various other concepts. He provides an innovative method for calculating the root of numbers which is much faster and simpler than the existing methodology. He then discusses specific operations like multiplication in double equations, squaring and square roots, cubes as well as formulae for many coefficients.
Discoveries in Mathematics is brief which makes it even more appealing for students as referencing is quick and easy and Nexsen makes sure that concepts are explained in the most simplistic manner possible with multiple examples and sample equations. Of the various topics covered, the notes on algebra are perhaps explained the best. In the end, the use of this book would ensure that students of mathematics will be able to reduce calculation times substantially as it holds within its pages some excellent tips and tricks for various mathematical principles.

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firitt Hcries

amount

Vor

added

for

from

taking

Hence

often

an

the

work

author*!*

will

imrrmtie

fn

mf

frnpUmniUm

ike

Ramo

the

dicate.

in-

ADDinOK.

KOK

optratinn

vMntmeH

The

1.

units,

to

thin

flifffs

ifmoHWiW

other"i

ntntthrr,

one

repeat

ami

evident.

RITI^K

mf

the

to

they

; because

sjgniflicant figures

decimalM

hoo""ni"f

"M|ual

the

mtmt

the

Im

canct^ls.

becomes

Inorease.

Uiem,

decimals

400,

which

the

Mrprrmn

with

it

and

decimals,

of

number

nxiuiru

Murplufl

10.

as

number

rombining

they

the

numbers

certain

nf"if

otherm,

wbatovor

such

Wheuk

Hrii"r.

mfrrmi

and

the

is

all

decimals.

become

f)f

how

showing

numbers,

th"^

scTeral

of

complement

the

Then

mak*

to

H,

an

ten.

ed

whatever

i"

Is

DaoiMAii

Or

30.

et4^.

See

Notics

1).

1,

vil.

Doobltnff

t-KH^-OS.

we

get

4+H-H."4f"40.

At

ComMaaliMi

No

Dmibliiur

S-HH-f"",

we

get

"f8+84-H't"40.

At

ONnbinatimi

No

M.

OoutOiDir

4+T+f"",

we

get

"+7+T+H-f"40.

At

Dmibllllir

T+0"1B,

we

get

T+7+8+8aBao.

comMnadon

No

M.

Duubllnff

H-f

we

get

"+"+"4fs'aO.

""

conbiaacioo

No

ts.

"-f-74"-}

Ifl twice

"*"

of

order

For

=1A.

ochrm,

18.

8, and

T,

i,

tM

"*f

47

Nsisni's

SboBT-HaND

COMBniATIONfl

INTO

8-8+1.

then

"+8+8s"f4-8-|-(an

As

8=t8+8.

then

f^f 848+6=8+8+84

As

6"4+l,

then

84-8+8+8

A"

8i,

the

by

nataral

9,

poge

RnOLTIIIO

ItomembenHl

("ff)+a+8).

No

CoMMaatlo"

AbITHMCTKI.

C^MPOIIBrT

TRHB

TbHS.

l)=(H-l)+(8+8)=80

(34-8)=""^-8+3H"(8+8)="+l0-80.

"8+8f

U)=(9fl)+(8+8+4)=10+""8ll.

U4

'

f+8+8^(8+[l)4(4]+8)"90.

AffAln

Eto.

"f8U^8f(84C"+al=".

8o

that

only

"

of

Hinirle

theec

of

from

term

flad

two

liow

or

each.

and

(i"mblnation8,

To

difficult

romblnationw.

Kfcat

"*("mblnation

Let

he

wlU

the

tho

In

leiim

to

mmembcr

of

any

onlinary

by

nnoM.

imiii)

eanily

nine*,

maay

add

to

Hlmplo

mom

aiw

way.

oondensatton

conntnK^

of

Home

them.

ronablnatloiM

th^fi"

iihonid

contaia.

f

When

tkerv

It

of

complement

lUHffie

it

9,

thtf

Tak^

with

aK"iociated

figure

any

fl/ 9.

romptnnrtU

than

greater

It

(which

A*Ofn

9)

the

the

figure

which

rambin^

v^

exreedt

tens

\^Xx

Thv8

the

In

at

atui

it,

that

y^ith

tecond

boiniT

4+8,

(he

rmaiwitr

series

9

witl

the

mnd

figitre,

Ich-hand

the

at

than

mora

hnw

deeignate

make

will

9,

of

the

nvmbor

of

table.

aiwoolate

9+8

nin^f

tnany

c(*rtatn

ftoo

ninee,

get

we

4+8+9+9=30.

Whem

the

ihtre

eightt,

tW0

mre

of

complement

(which

8"

is

associated

with

Take

4,)

figure

any

(the

i.

than

greater

cf

9um

ttte

twice

amtplemeniti

of

nrnnbrr

will

make

than

frarn

eighin,)

"(f fifio

Hint

alfi^ii. wMr/t,

a

eniHhknifd

only

TBAiwfoiTioy

trantpoaitioB

at

"wne,

Nodoe.

That

"iae,

of

"+"+8a98.

Some

of

figures

difficult

of

tome

to

add,

thot

them,

to

add

Some

to

tack

of

9i9|9i9i8i8

more

8+8+8+9s80.

FiovBn.

Of

can

84

Ibond

be

8+9.

tMt

In

84-8+9.

or

table,

by

to

aaMuat

the

4+9+f+8-9+9+8+4="30.

tbcto

oombinatioot

caa

""

atv"a"

tkcae

maka

tkoM

coaibinatloat,

b

abo

bt

oqual

to

caa

Hmcb

if

all

dgbtt

bo

fetaembcrtd

9*

wHk

lako

w"

aad

t-M

fiva

by

:

tbo

by

icmtwbcrcd

becante,

f+f++T+T+8=94^H-9+7+T"Ma,

Notice.

Tk",

of

Combination

Any

shnpie

eightn.

two

being

8^8+8.

get

we

Vtf

deeignaU

the

and

figure

Thus

tens.

nine,

one

will

remainder

that

with

of

number

eertain

aesoelate

4+8+8.

the

and

figure,

"Qwd

unit,

dgbu

a

nest

Iroia

aqaal

taUo.

Mch

88.

muhiplkatioa.

to

88+"+8"

aad

These

endless

bo

recognized

if

For.

form

series

an

of

bulic

any

is

of

Decimals,

is

or

quantity.

work

all

of

like

10.

90.

Because.

and

then

Because

for

OF

aoo,

400,

full

THBSI

It

as

which

by

meaaored

be

900,

or

weights,

of

can

loo.

leaps,

over

were.

to

by

See

etc..

wel^

Scale

of

the

author^s

of

addtttoiai

treatment

COMBZHATIOKa.

as

more

as

9+9+3,

9+9-1-4,

is

9+9+4=99.

iS

"

more

than

than

as

9+9+6,

is

"

more

than

as

9+9+i

iS

more

9+9+7.

9+9+i,

is

more

is

"

mora

as

as

than

than

than

than

less

less

less

less

loss

than

96.

is

lesa

than

97.

is

than

98,

,9+8=17.

9+8+3=90.

9+8+4=91.

is

is

is

0+8+5=99.

is

9+8+6=93.

is

9+8+7=94.

9+8+8=96,

9+7+4=94-^=90,

9+7+6=9^-*=9i.

then

amount

nines

amount

three

times

to

times

eight

As

or

to

eight

39.

etc

"=95

9+9+7=97"

9+9+6=97"^=24

9+9+6=97-4=98

9+9+4=97"^=99

As

9+9-4-f.

9+9+9.

9+9+9.

90,

93.

94.

96.

Is

97,

or

or

three

or

less

tlmea

than

mors

than

nine,

eights

four

eto.,

94,

altfitiu

9Q,

and

wiU

is

is

'

is

is

is

less

less

less

les"

less

than

nines,

than

than

than

than

nines.

nines.

nines.

nines.

As

7+7+7"9l,

then...

7+7+6-91"

or

9+9+9+9=86,

STeTS^*i^

"-H+i-l"-l.

IS

amownt

tXli

1-90,

9+9+9+7s"8*-#.

9+9+8=30-4a96.

three

7+7+^tt+l"

8+8+8+9""+i.

9+9+8+8=38

Then

eto.

8+8+8=94.

8+8+7=94"1=98

g+8+6=9^-""9a

8+8+9a94+ia9l

then

than

than

than

EtO.

9+0+9=97.

9+9+8=97"1=96

then

9+9+9,

9+9+1.

9+9+a.

A=9X

9+7+6=96"

three

9+7

as

9+7+7=97"4=98,

As

by

gained

Is

power

9+9+3=91.

9+9+6=93,

9+9+6=94.

9+9+7r='i6.

9+9+8=96,

four

fonned

9+9+3=90,

then

As

va$t

scale

Abithmbtic,

USBS

bofw

flgnrea,

ten

be

can

strides

by

etc..

40.

ean

wonderfuL

magnitudes,

FUBTHBB

Because

like

only

combinations,

performed

80,

Sbobt-Hand

on

is

ci

aacHv

order.

by

formed

elassiHoation

transposition)

systematic

Combinations.

addition

nnmbers

So

Decimals,

be

of

It

(by

their

can

Decimal

of

; and

Scale

numbers

flgnros?

Scale

this

By

nnmbors

which

by

combinations

of

combinations

of

millions

and

arrangement,

oombinations,

remembered,

and

millions

many

methodical

of

Tarioty

(1+1+*)

-4=34.

Eto.

Sla

lesa

than

tana^

thMi

eights

lo

11

rACILtTATKD

ADDtnOJf

DZMimsHiiia

^iMf

UmM

We

eaoh

"maii1i"".

ram

NUMBKRa.

EQUAL

Thtti

7

"

"

"

ft

"

"

54

IS

iS

li

t. bocatue

of luldition

by

multiply

xmcbbau

to

mmk"

thu"

UBl

egiMi/

which

obbatbb.

ram

KUXMUSMA

MQUAZtMiKa

BY

eotumn

91

tlm

(3) indicates

oontalne.

19

1/

number

5

1

i#"

if

of

figures

of

flinirm

#8785

4

tinm

equal

We

which

Xt

99

9k

to

multiplr

by

each

column

Ume9

We

eaoh

of

StimM

Multiply

by

by

7.

cnmtains.

.1

99

99

90

5.

IS

90

indicating

as

5

9S

the

90

9S

.1

90

number

of

f.

which

ft

87

si

as

90

iS

IS

90

before,

for

10

the

9S

90

9S9OU

given

n^ason

for

the

for

the

reason

given

above.

equal

by

figures

87

tiiaee

Muhiply

Of

"

equal

MS

90

oontains.

times

Multiply

IS

"

iO

equal

number

the

(4) indicates

addition

eC

by

multiply

19

eoloma

i9

because

addition

4.

#giMi"

reason

as

before.

90

al"ov"*.

1

90

fs

i^

\

SimiiiBmr

HaTinff

and

Or

Ih

Aoditioii

N+x

that

seen

alwo

Tmm

M"

that

NowAdd*maltlplr.

N+M=(M-x)+(N+x)=""+T.

but

NXM=(M-x)X(N+x)="aXT.-fxv.

The

upon

which

the

inoreaso

also, the

of

one

The

other

product

thoAO

of

either

one

of

one

the

-fx

sy.

Ji

t.

-z"

Naaiben"

Two

Anj

of

pfiduct

the

versr

mf

Nttmken,

y*hirh

Xtmihrrt,

the

of

Wmon

II.I.raTSATE

TMK

squzoistavt

rAOZZiZTATE

A"D

OmSAT

wbioh

the

both

fkolon

bear

TEBM8"

O^MM^ir

T#

8QUABXVO,

40.

ru"9veKm

bt

'

SUBTRAOTXOV;

N+a;=T

then

N=

T"

then

11=

a4-"=

S2-2=

er

69+i=

10

62=

M

tlw

MB*

"""

'

a5=

a+

a+

NxMsaxl;

60

68-i=

'

OAZiOUXJkTXOirf.

M"

=a+T,

br

or

uires

req-

Afl

N+M

and

product

As

fl;=a

Sum

KQU4Li,T

uruBERa,

; but

vubkbeas,

ADDXTXOV

by

numben^

MUZiTZPUEOATXOir,

that

be formed

other

difforpnces,

equidistant

e^tial io ths

ig

either

to

Therefore

before.

qivks

the

roquirea

boar

factors

can

the

Increase

to

product

SQUAXi

Hence,

baiwd

are

qnaatltleii"

Muao

iriven numbom,

both

explained

as

Ttro

Anp

the

of

which

lycttKA^isQ

ADDXTXOir,

Taka

of

nnmbcrR.

them,

those

of

KXAMPLES

mmmwrniQ

]ixN""T+

difforcncos

Other

Ajm

from

the

but

J*rodurt

Tiro

Ahv

besides,

to

ciiuidiRtant

Dunna/iunfa

taking

beatdea

rBpoa"""d

mnltiplieatlon

the

of

tind

Sutn

Product

aa

Prodnot

and

M="tt4-g"a4-g

from

the fsiren numben.

br wqmmtt^

equidiHtont

revoreely

tind

the giren

nmmkerm,

by takinjr from

inereanlmg

or

one

aro

ilhuinUhing

to

and

Sum

addition

N"T*g"i"4y

and

it

"=T

Thrrpfore

the

and

=".

a-iT.

"

M+N"

Hrnoe.

aiT,

y

M+N

set

we

Henee.

Xoi"TiPLi04noy.

amd

la ailHlM

y

x

+^

6O-H^g"0-h

f)

Qw

OmramoA*

H7

w.|s

rr

I8-^=

9+i=

70

70-lgW-

/

^

63"3=5390

=i-t7

86-i=

8S

"89+7=

40

16=

85+1=0+48

40-1=0"

19^

SS^-84!ew

=125

125

77+1=10+

"48

72-5=

70

70+t=tt+48

284-g=

SO~.f=$fi-

JOO

^0=2100

=100

-84

S:

^+1=68

68-1=0+89

4S+l=0+

113

80^=80^+

=118

4-""

67-"=

"5

67=

8S+i'.

78+g=

80

78=

")-^:

14s

62^=5200+

=148

89+")=69

89=

29=

29-JO=-i

"ew

Im-18=

87+i"=

2371^

^"

1=^"

1"

^-i=-i+^

82=

82"^=

+"ff

"Saisiaoo

=68

yf+80=117

119

=119

88+t^ll7"

80+t=

3084^2SPO+

"+tt

a"f

674

687=

674+

18=700"

18

700

687=

700"

18=700"

18

=1874

471969ss471800+

+i6"

LoiMBimBa

Ffom

the

of

Sum

fgurth,

the

mnltiplyinf

or,

and

numbcn.

thone

liear

ben

T"

But

the

to

ikote

ud

fmrth,

toyarUhMl*

METHOD

1

tS,

ntnnter

Iht

for

68=

69=

ae

85=

6*0+"5

67=

70-3

SS+

85=

BB-^-XS

67=

67=

67=

70-2

85=

85=

60+^3+8

85=83+62-""

85=83+42

11

28="""

IS

23=*?-""""

St*

tlif

86+t

37'

82'

80+%

119=ii5+4

s

-8

M,

pate

of finding

Metkode

39=

""-^

29=

30"1

68=

70-"

+/

+i=

70"1

117=ii5+"

69=

117=87+*^

69=89+""

69=29+*"

J40+7

70:

70

70+7

77:

77'

70+8-1

78-1

69-8

69+8

77=

-70

78+69-7"9

thefirttU given.

8=7*"

57"

th*

/or

the

/oltmtimt

Second

Differenee,

86+1

86=

.39=-,^+x

78=

45+a

81=

-Izs

-1

8=

46+1

=86-40

46""ff-89

30^t

-47=-^-^

47=

"9"

,8=77"70+1

117-82+"ff

AVERA"S

2=^-""+l

AiHthmelic

lame

-1

fi*-i

2=70"

I?: 70+*

difference^vhen

jr"

"M

70

67=68+69

ft'+2

aoi-

eliowB.

already

147=

the aeoond

int

two

ftrtt

two

ar

ir0~i

70=

find

the

"

HuhiplicBtiea

tlia

have

we

70-8

60

To

Miaben

of

product

TEE

60=

iO

Icavw

fint

foUonatm

two

"a",

Decimal

137=i.*o-"

third

the

dllfereiieci, which

OFFINDnrO

60+f^

83=

the

muitipli":alioa,

finurth

pat*

tt

ef

Omtracted

the

the

complete!

Arithmrtir,

of

Sua

pfoduoee,

ulitfy

to

taUnf

the

iMerly

product

the

third,

Mto

ShorUIland

tiiird, predueet

generalljr wdSdent

i"

numbers,

of

third

bcton,

or

the

to

MoxanuoMnm.

amb

"indwn

two

tnf

added

which

Abdrioii

33=

36-4

+8

"5-"

88=78-4*

83=^-47

Wkett

for

*n"l

bs",

equal

beeoinea

to

formula,

("4s)t="(N-l-/H

We

forniuto.

two

/)

vMai

(at

and

r*.

equal

to

redaoed

are

/)

zHa-f

(at

bwsimoii

(N-x)(N-l-x)+r"

formula

for

and

led

now

equal

at

aud

xy

b""ooiiieN

tlierefoM.

numbers,

squarlnff

formnla

xy

(N-aeMN-l-/)+zi

to

th#-

which

1h

Fdrmula

lOCh

to

once

fobmulx

caimucTiNa

to

(a-t x)",

"--

a(N+z)-}

that,

no

(M-/HN-}-x)4-arw

z*.

thus

are

Tbuii.

beoomos

"(N-f-x)4-3C", and

"eeond

flrnt

the

v*3r,

nambern.

sqiiarinir

for

tub

powers

kumbkrb,

of

("+z)t=a"4-laz+z"=a(a+u)4-x"=a(Ca+xl+z)+z"=a(N-l-z)-fx"=(N-x)(N4-*)+x"

In

which

we

times

N+x.

N"

by

And

By

similar

which

case,

which

will

ThB

roosonini;.

mf

N+x.

and

miMBKR

that

bofore

the

the

these

that

of

and

heo

any

U).

nam-

equidistance

numbers,

and

JNCRKAaiNO

therefore.

are

in

it by

that

of

equidistant

/.

express

we

x)*-aT+x*

(a"

product

AND

by

formula

Henee

square

MMtSIHHlKQ

HQUARED,

usual

if

diminishinc

values.

to

plu"

beintf

T,

TMK

rerer$ely

equi-

numbers.

lb

Ueaee.

square

VThen

f^.

is

x,

numbers,

of

Notice

comparatively

the

then

of

rerer$elv

the

illustrate

rules

for

add

the

6fi7.

reeersely

required,

and

19,

then

of

of

by

687

and

square

prrMluct

square

x=l.

product

diminish

toirethor.

the

equidistant

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