Osculators and Osculation
In Vedic Mathematics, testing divisibility is very easy and there is a general rule for it. The concept of osculators or “vestanas” is used for testing divisibility, and they are calculated by using the Vedic Mathematics sutra, called the “ekadhika sutra”. The process by which one tests the divisibility is called as “Vestanas” or “osculation”.
Watch the following video to learn how to find out the osculators of numbers:
Calculate the osculator of 189.
Calculate the osculator of 143.
143 × 3 = 429
Calculate the osculator of 87.
87 × 7 = 609
Calculate the osculator of 91.
91 × 9 = 819
These osculators act as the building blocks for the divisibility test process. They are used to osculate the number in order to reach the conclusion that whether the number is divisible or not.
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