not able to understand the examples of vedic maths (division by 9)

Division by 9 is derived from the second sutra of Vedic Mathematics, known as the ‘*Nikhilam sutra’*.

Watch the following video to understand the method.

**Solved Example**

**Example 1:**

Divide 1241 by 9

**Solution:**

Q = 137, R = 8

In this case, the remainder is less than 9. But what will happen if the remainder is greater than 9?

To understand this case, watch the following video.

**Solved Examples**

**Example 1:**

Divide 28491 by 9

**Solution:**

Q = 3163

R = 24 = 6 + 2 × 9

∴Q_{new }= 3163 + 2 = 3165

R_{new} = 6

**Example 2:**

Divide 92864 by 9

**Solution:**

Q = 10315

R = 29 = 2 + 3 × 9

∴Q_{new }= 10315 + 3 = 10318

R_{new }= 2