It’s been one hell of a journey for last few months. During this period, I have had the privilege of teaching some of the brightest students from young to not so young.. The response from them has been truly humbling. I also, received a number of messages from students how some of articles on Mathematical Shortcuts helped them in their preparation for competitive examinations. Keep those messages, coming in :). I like to read those messages for my niece ðŸ™‚

However, I have always wanted to reach to a wider audience, to reach out to those students who could not afford to go to a coaching centers for variety of reasons. So, while discussing with a friend, he suggested me to record the classroom sessions and upload it on YouTube.

After working for close to 2 months, I am really glad that, I now have some of the videos from our classroom discussions on YouTube. You can access all my videos on YouTube here.  Please leave a comment  on Youtube or write to me directly at  if you are not clear with a  topic or if you would like me to write on a particular topic.

Finally, Thanks to Youtube for hosting my videos.

### Kiran Chandrashekhar

Hey, Thanks for dropping by. My name is Kiran Chandrashekhar. I am a full-time software freelancer. I love Maths and Mathematical Shortcuts. Numbers fascinate me. I will be posting articles on Mathematical Shortcuts, Software Tips, Programming Tips in this website. I love teaching students preparing for various competitive examinations. Read my complete story.

1. kush

hi kiran can you please tell me any shortcut for decimal multipication like 7.32*18.5*.35 as they take alot of time.

I am preparing for RBI assistant as this is my dream job. So kindly help me out .

• Kiran Chandrashekhar

Hi Kush,
Thanks for your message. My suggestion is to convert the decimal into fraction. For instance 18.5 would be 19/2 and .35 would be 7/20 and simplify. One the last step, round the numbers to nearest 10’s to eliminate the answers which are not correct. I hope, this will help you.