Hello Everyone,
Below is the summary of my journey in ECI831. I gained  lot of knowledge in this course and understood the part that social media can play in education. Thank you Dr.Alec Couros and  my fellow classmates, you made this journey memorable. Hope you enjoy my video.

Thanks for stopping by!

Reaching the finish line by finding Fraction of digits Ending with 9


This blog post marks the completion of my learning project. Finally, I have successfully learned and implemented Vedic Techniques  in solving problems on Arithmetic 


operations . It was indeed fun and my journey was mesmerizing. Vedic Mathematics is a great way to make Mathematics simpler and joyful for everyone and yes, it is Magic math.

In my first blog post ,we learned what is Vedic Mathematics and how it  can make Mathematics simpler and joyful. I started this journey of learning and knowledge sharing with a great interest in the area of Vedic mathematics. My goal was to implemented Vedic Technic’s in solving problems on Arithmetic operations. My second blog post concentrated on implementing Vedic tricks in multiplication, we witnessed how easily one can multiply complex numbers in a minute and that too without using a calculator. My third and fourth blog post focused on finding Square and Square root of any numbers quickly and am sure most of us start looking for calculators if we want to find square or square root of numbers more than three digits and now we can do it mentally and that too within few seconds.

In my Fifth and Sixth blog post we learned how cool Vedic math is when it comes to finding cube and cube root of any numbers. This awe-inspiring technique helps us to easily find cube and cube root of any given digits mentally. Further Vedic Techniques made my seventh blog post more interesting by simplifying the division  process, now we can do more than just painlessly split a check. In my Ninth blog post Vedic mathematics offered a neat solution to calculate percentage  in our mind to overcome our day to day challenges.


In this blog post  we are going to learn how to convert any fraction  ending with 9 and denominator into its decimal equivalent. Vedic mathematics helps us to shorten the complex fraction process into simpler way ,In Sanskrit  this technic is called  as “Ekadhikena Purvena
To solve  fractions ending with 9 there is a Sutra or formula i.e.
BY ONE MORE THAN THE ONE BEFORE ,by using this formula let me solve two examples

Below image is a simple  illustration of the difference between usual method and Vedic method

1)Find the fraction of 1/39
i)   In 1st step, i will find the divisor ,here  the number 9 is the one before, previous             .    number of is 3 and the number 3  will be increase by 1, so we will get
.                                                       3+1=4
ii)   In 2nd step, on every example, i will start with zero point,  and  i will divide 1 by 4 i.e. 1/4 = 0.25 ,i  will  write 0.25 as 025
i.e                                              1/39=0.025
iii)   In 3rd step, i will divide 25/4, i will get remainder as 1 and quotient as 6
i.e                                             1/39=0.0256
.                                                                          1                                           (REMAINDER)   
iv)  In 4th step, i will combine remainder and quotient, it will become 16, then i will             .      divide again 16 by 4 which gives me 4
i.e.                                            1/39=0.02564 
v)  In 5th step, i am going to divide 4 by 4 which gives me the value as 1
 i.e.                                          1/39=0.02564 1
 .                                                                         1                                           (REMAINDER)  
vi) In 6th step, last digit is 1 ,if we divide 1 by 4, i will get as 0.25 again i will  write it          .      as 025,it became same as in 1st step 25 divide it by 4 gives me 1 as remainder and     as  quotient
i.e.                                           1/39=0.02564 10256
 .                                                                                        1                         (REMAINDER)
vii) In next step again we are going to combine remainder and quotient i.e.16, and i will        divide it by 4 which gives me 4 and again 4 by 4 gives me 1,i will stop up-to last           .      digit  1, if i go on solving the digit i will get recurring values ,we can stop up-to 5         .      decimal  values.
i.e.                                           1/39=0.02564 1025641
 .                                                                          1                1                       (REMAINDER)
viii) Final answer :        1/39=0.025641025641

2)     Let us solve one more example. 
i)    In 1st step,i will find the divisor ,here  the number 9 is the one before, previous                   number 9 is 3  and the  number 3 we will be increase by 1,we will get.
.                                            3+1=4
ii)   In 2nd step,on every example, i will start with zero point  and  we will divide 2 by 4 i.e.  2/4 = 0.5, i will write 0.5 as 05.
i.e                                   2/39=0.05
iii)  In 3rd step, i will divide 5/4, we will get remainder as 1 and quotient as 1.
i.e                                2/39=0.051
iv)  In 4th step, i will combine remainder and quotient, it will become 11, then i will             .      divide 11 by 4, which gives me remainder as 3 and quotient as.
i.e.                               2/39=0.0512
                                                         1 3                                                       (REMAINDER)
v)   In 5th step, if i combine remainder and quotient, it will become 32 .then i will divide  .      32 by 4 which gives me .
i.e.                               2/39=0.05128
                                                        1 3                                                        (REMAINDER)
vi)  In 6th step last digit is 8 ,i will  divide 8 by 4, i will get the value as 2.
i.e.                               2/39=0.051282
                                                        1 3                                                        (REMAINDER)
In 7th step last digit is 2, if i divide 2 by 4, i will get the values as  0.5, i will write 0.5   .       as  05  then if i divide 5 by 4 it gives me remainder 1 and quotient 1 .
i.e.                                2/39=0.051282051
                                                        1 3           1                                          (REMAINDER)
In next step again i am going to combine remainder and quotient i.e. 11 and i will             divide it by 4 which gives me 3 as remainder and 2 as quotient and again if i                  .       combine remainder and quotient and divide by   4 gives me 32/4=8,i will stop                    up- to last digit 8, if i go on solving the digit i will get recurring values .we can stop          up- to  5  decimal values.
i.e.                              2/39=0.05128 205128
                                                       1 3             1 3                                    (REMAINDER)
viii) Final answer: 2/39=0.05128205128




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I love stories and I consider myself a good story teller. As a math teacher I tell stories about mathematics  , mathematicians and about doing mathematics. Firstly, I do this because I love it and secondly because my students like it and I think it is a most effective instructional tool in teaching mathematics . Instruction via storytelling creates more realistic, powerful and unforgettable images in the student mind than any other means of delivering the same material. Teaching students by storytelling is an effective way to keep the learners occupied and PREZI offers a great platform to achieve it. In this week’s blog post I am reviewing Prezi, an awesome presentation tool which has a potential to make teaching moments memorable.

Prezi is a visual storytelling software presentation tool  which is a great alternative to traditional slide-based presentation programs which we use in classrooms. Prezi uses a large canvas that allows us to move and approach to different parts of the canvas and


underline the ideas presented there, it also supports the use of text, images and videos and also offers a collection of models to choose from and help new users get used to the interface.

Let me acknowledge a fact that as an educator I invest a lot of my time in creating presentations  and use it in my classroom but most of the time it will be boring and I end up having a dull presentation that will not keep my students interested and in a math class, as a math teacher I cannot afford this. It takes a lot of creativity and in-depth knowledge of using software’s  to create interactive and informative presentation but Prezi offers a great solution for educators with its unique platform of making and delivering presentations. As an alternative of slides and boring animation, Prezi infuse fun and creativity into our presentation.

After reviewing Prezi, I found it  very straightforward presentation and easy to use, even for a first timer like me. We have total control over the details such as font size, adding audio files and images, importing PowerPoint slides, Embed PDF’s, sharing in social media etc. It also comes with a number of templates which we can use and still gives us flexibility to relate it to our topic and make it interesting. Prezi creates splendid visual impact in the classroom with its cinematic experience of the zooming function  and students will feel ecstatic with the topic which we have designed. The presentation can also be easily shared on the internet and can be accessed by our students at home and they can navigate with Prezi and play around with it observing the connections of ideas and visualize concepts.

The strength’s and advantages of Prezi are enormous yet it has some weaknesses too. The first issue which caught my attention is that it lacks auto correction feature  which can be a hassle for users. Prezi is completely web based, even thought it is an advantage but in few circumstances, it can be disadvantage when we have a limited internet access. It is not printer friendly so printing out our presentation may become a challenge to students.

Overall, Prezi is a great tool that most of us would find very useful in the classroom, especially for Math teachers like me. It is a visual storytelling software alternative which will be  great advantage to educators and embeds cinematic experience in classrooms which makes teaching moments memorable. I believe that storytelling in mathematics is an excellent approach for creating a safe-learning environment where a student might openly appreciate, comprehend and enjoy mathematics. I feel that storytelling in mathematics classroom creates an atmosphere of imagination, excitement, and thinking which make math fun and memorable for students and by the help of  Prezi we can create such an atmosphere in our classroom.

Emerging new tools and multimedia can definitely make storytelling easier, especially if the concept we want to share is complicated like mathematics. What do you guys think? will it be another distraction to students?  I fell storytelling is an exceptional tool in mathematics education. How could you see this used in your own subject area?

Until next time, happy blogging!



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Hi ECI831,

There are situations in our day to day life when we need to calculate percentage in our mind and these scenarios are quite common. When was the last time we talked to our friends, colleagues or students about percentage? probably in restaurants, parting things with friends or while discussing with students about their grades, paying rent, mortgage these real-life situations are common and what if we can do this quicker and in our mind easily. Vedic mathematics offers a neat solution to these problems.

In my previous blog ,we  learned division method when the divisor is 9 and also Nikhilam formula,today in this post we are going to learn how to find percentage of any number using vedic maths.

Below image is a simple  illustration of the difference between usual method and Vedic method

To find the percentage we are going to apply the sutra or formula i.e. Vertical and cross wise multiplication .which we have learned in multiplication method .
By using above formula i am  going to solve some examples.
1)Lets us find the percentage of  36⸓  of   85
i) Write the given values in two rows
ii)Now we will apply the technic of Vertical and cross wise multiplication , consider the 1st pair where cross multiplication is not possible ,we will  solve it by vertical multiplication.
 3      6
↓                                 (3×8=24)
 8      5
iii)Consider 2 pairs, here cross multiplication is possible so we will apply the same rule.
 3              6
  .       Χ
 8              5                (1548=63)
 6                             (CARRIED FORWARD)
iv) Next consider the last pair there is only one pair left , so we will apply vertical multiplication   method.
3              6
               ↓                       (6×5=30)
 8              5
 6      3                (CARRIED FORWARD)
(24 3   0
v) Add all the columns.
 6        3                (CARRIED FORWARD)
(24)   3   0
30      6    0           (ANSWER)
vi) Divide the Answer by 100 we will get the final answer
36⸓  of   85 = 30.60

2)Lets us find the percentage of  52⸓  of   640
i) Write the given values in two rows
0       5      2
     4      0
ii)Now we will  apply  the technic of Vertical and cross wise multiplication, consider the 1st pair,cross multiplication is not possible , we will solve it by vertical multiplication.
     5      2
↓                                 (0×6=0)
     4      0
iii)Consider 2 pairs,  here cross multiplication is possible so we will apply the same rule.
       5         2
.     Χ                                           (0+30=30)
6         4         0
3                                          (CARRIED FORWARD)
0  0
iii)Consider 3 pairs, here cross multiplication is possible,Multiply extreme digits by cross multiplication and middle digit by vertical method.
       5         2
         Χ                                     (0+12+20=32)
6         4        0
3   3                                      (CARRIED FORWARD)
0   0   2
iv) Next consider the last 2 pairs, cross multiplication is possible so we will apply same rule.
0       5       2
.              Χ                                     (0+8=8)
6       4       0
3     3                           (CARRIED FORWARD)
0     0    2    8
v)  Next consider the last pair there is only one pair left , so we will apply vertical multiplication   method.
0           5          2
 .                         ↓                         (0×2=0)
6          4           0
3         3                        (CARRIED FORWARD)
0        0    2   8  0
vi)Add all the columns
      5        2
6        4        0
3        3                      (CARRIED FORWARD)
0        0     2  8   0
3        3     2  8   0      (ANSWER)

vi) Divide the Answer by 100 we will get the final answer
52⸓  of   640 = 332.80





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Hello Everyone,

Nowadays, it appears as if everyone is on internet, writing and reading blogs, especially in our teaching community blogs are extremely popular platform where we find information posing new ideas, instruction and motivation.for educators blogging offers the greatest opportunity to share their work and ideas with the world. Just blogging doesn’t suffice, but doing it well is totally a different story, one that involves a lot of time and commitment, yet sometime on several occasions we will be provoked with some thoughtful questions and criticisms about the whole blogging thing. In this blog post I am  sharing one of my thoughts and concerns on sharing and blog post.

The first thing that pinches a relatively young, novice teacher and blogger like me is that critic of no one reads your blog or just cares on what you have to say? Or our work and ideas, plans will not be of benefit to others. Surely many of us might have heard of this one. I guess it is easily the very first criticism against the idea of blogging and sharing resources online and I think that this is the fear which keeps some teachers away from sharing their work online. In Sharing: The Moral Imperative. Dean Shareski talks that we all seek recognition’s for our contributions but the moment we focus on protecting our work we are in some ways antithesis of a teacher, I totally agree with it. No matter even if nobody is paying attention, the course of blogging and sharing our work, thoughts and ideas helps us find and evolve our inner voice and ideas. As Dean Shareski agrees even I feel that it is our work as a teacher to share online and not confine our teaching practices and ideas in a building. We teachers as a prolific member of the society must not only teach our students in a confined space but have to go beyond it and by sharing our work, ideas online we can accomplish this task . After hearing  what Dean Shareski says I agree that if there is no sharing then there is no education. The purpose of a teaching and a teacher is to educate irrespective of who the audience is.

The benefits of sharing work online are bountiful. I believe by sharing our work Motivates learners and readers to do their very best. In his video Dean Shareski
states few awesome examples and as a math teacher the one which attracted me was Dan Meyer’s Math Stories. A relatively young mathematics teacher Dan Meyers from California who created some outstanding math resources which he shared for free, these resources are phenomenal for every math teacher and has helped numerous educators across the globe. Sharing our work online will not only help other educators to  improve their teaching and learning practices but it also helps us to build a strong writing, editing, and revision skills. It also gives other learners the opportunity to acquire experience and helps to build their confidence and self-esteem.

sharing the work of our students gives them good motivation to improve their work. Seeing their work published online can inspire a sense of self-esteem and confidence in students, it help’s them develop their self-esteem because they have the opportunity to be recognized for their hard work and commitment. Students will be encouraged by the fact that their work is online for everyone to see, which can give them the confidence boost they need to give the best of themselves.

Sharing the student’s work online also works for the benefit of other students by offering a valuable experience. If students can see a good example, they are more likely to improve their skills and knowledge base. In addition, students can better understand how to perform a well-qualified task and what mistakes to avoid seeing the work of others and use this knowledge for their future projects.

Finally, it leaves me with a question that how many of us truly believe in the culture of sharing? Most of us are harvesting the fruit of sharing culture and are we giving it back? How do we get teachers to share their work online? Do you agree with the idea of sharing our students work online? And will it help them?







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Open Educational resources (OER) are an exceptional way for educators to utilize digital content in classroom. Open Educational resources  are learning and teaching materials which are freely accessible for everyone online. As I discussed in my previous blog post  these material can be remixed, reorganized and revised and can be effectively used to deliver the knowledge to students. These collections of scrutinized, grade-level, content specific resources will be an asset for teachers and elevate our teaching standards and effectively use the digital content in our classrooms. New forms of communications are illuminating new opportunities for educators and students, this opportunity is why open education resources matter.

As a mathematics lecturer one of the big challenge is to keep our students engaged and excited about math. I must say that advances in technology has made our life easier and I must acknowledge that Open Educational resources has made math lessons fun in classroom and made my job as a teacher easier. It provides pre-made activities, options for distinguishing and even aiding with pre- and post- valuations, as well as grading.

In mathematical education , a manipulative is an object that is designed so that a student can perceive a mathematical concept by manipulating it, so its name. The use of manipulative provides a way for students to learn concepts through a practical experience appropriate to development. Manipulative ‘s aid learning math concepts

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exciting and engaging for students but for teachers buying these supplies for classroom can be expensive. OER provide us a free solution, by using it we can create manipulative’s ourselves.
Instead of investing a lot of time trying to format everything the resources below provide an excellent platform for teachers to get pre-made math goodies.

Black Line Masters , Provides a range of printable tools, materials and resources which is mainly focused for children’s in their Pre-K to ninth grade. The resources which are available here are extremely helpful for teachers, it provides an ocean of materials which can be easily downloaded and printed as per our needs and requirement.

SEN Teacher
 has a load full of printable materials which are focused towards elementary level. It has polygons, clocks, coins, Nets (3D Models), arithmetic makers, number squares, Mazes etc.


I   also offers ample of ready to use manipulative’s  and  tools which will help teachers for Pre-K to High school. It provides abundant resources for every student needs for different levels. We can print materials right from algebra tiles to cuisenaire style rods and fraction circles.
These Open educational resource repositories are very easy to access and extremely user friendly, the mathematical contents and material are very well organized and has high printing quality. It aids teachers prepare resourceful course contents for students and make mathematics fun.

Our classrooms today’s are embedded with remarkable technology and it has helped us deliver course content efficiently and has enhanced classroom learning. There are many resources especially for mathematics teachers by which we can eradicate the long standing math fear phobia from students. The web resources below have some great resources for math teachers and most of them are free, these sites offer best lesson plans videos and cover entire course.

Khan Academy  Is an excellent pit stop for teacher’s and it is completely free. It contains exceptional collections of videos presenting difficult mathematics topics in a way which can be easily understood. There are numerous drill questions which can be used in conjunction with the videos. The resources are very well organized and it also


easy to play around with the website. The grade level mathematics resources in Khan academy address all most all core mathematics standards and helps focused learning and the videos aid vibrant instruction.

Discovery Education  Provides a series of new and remarkable pre-made lesson plans for math teachers. It is regularly updated with new materials which covers levels from pre-K to K-12.

Where as the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics   Showcases that the math lessons can be fun and more than just a “drill and kill!. It has the outstanding accumulation of lesson plans and activities. They are free and accelerated towards different levels, it works to aid us by collective access to quality standards-based resources for learning and teaching mathematics. It also provides collaborative tools for students and instructional support for educators.

Learn Zillion  is an excellent stop for math teachers if they are looking to improve classroom discussions with the help of videos and lesson plans complex mathematical subjects can be easy to understand in engaging way. The website has to offer math educational contents in fun and exciting way which is suitable for every level of students. Teachers can use these videos to start a lesson and introduce new ideas which is very important to engage students in math class.

With Mathalicious, Math can be fun and exciting, Using this resource Math teacher can spice up the middle and high school students by making math lesson a whole lot easier. These remarkable assortments of lessons will not only get the students thinking and problem solving, but they will have a lot fun while solving it ! The lessons are classically geared towards using math in practical applications, which really helps students see the significance of learning and understating math

Even though we were supposed to choose one major Open education resource repositories and evaluate its resource but mathematics has such a wide scope and enormous availability resources made me explore quite a few repositories. These resources are very well organized and is extremely user friendly and a great asset for educators to elevate their teaching practices.

The efficient use of these open educational resources embeds a new style to learning which can be implemented to every level of the education sector., letting learning and teaching materials to be produced and then used and reused, remixed by everyone. It will be a boon to novice educators to guide them into perfection. The mathematics teaching fraternity has been extremely enriched by these resources, it has simplified the instructional process and made math class fun and engaging for students. OER’S has increased flexibility in how we use the course content and emphasizes learning communities, learner engagement. The advantages of OER’s are bountiful yet it has some challenges to offer. If not properly trained and educated on using OER’s and finding the right course content teachers tend to invest a lot of time planning their lessons and selecting alternate readings and other materials for class.

With that being said finally it leaves me with questions on how many of us are efficient utilizing OER’s? and contributing to updated the current content? how do we deliver better learning experiences to more students? And How do we get the most up-to-date content when we want it? How to overcome the accessibility issues when file formats that are not always compatible with our computer’s software or version? What do you guy’s think?




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Hello Everyone,
Vedic math is an awesome technique for solving arithmetic problems in quicker and simpler way. The cool thing about this technic is that every math checks out. Whether you want to painlessly split a check, to amaze your friends, or to learn a different way to quickly divide numbers, this easy method can be learned within no time.
In this week blog post let us learn how to find division  of 3 or more digits using Vedic mathematics.

Below image is a simple  illustration of the difference between usual method and Vedic method

Finding the division of 3 or more digit number when the divisor is 9.
1)Let us solve example on  3 digit number
Let us consider the number 102÷9

Splits the digit 102 into 2 parts as a divisor has only one digit as 2 goes in                                remainder part and rest all digits will goes in Quotient part i.e.
Q       R
1 0 ǀ  2

To find the 1st digit of a quotient put 1 as it is i.e.
Q       R
1 0 ǀ  2

i)To find the 2nd digit of a quotient ,add quotient and divident  digit i.e.                                         (1+0=1)
ii)To find the remainder ,add remainder and quotient i.e.(2+1=3) i.e.
Q        R
 1 0 ǀ  2

 1 1 ǀ  3
Quotient     = 11
Remainder =   3

2) Let us solve examples of 4 digit number
     Let us consider the 1232÷9
Split the digit 1232 into 2 parts as a divisor has only one digit as 2 goes in                                 remainder part and rest all digits will goes in Quotient part i.e.
Q          R
 123 ǀ 2

Q           R
 123 ǀ  2


i)To find the 2nd digit of a quotient add quotient and the divident i.e.(1+2=3) ,                      ii) To  find the  3rd digit of a quotient add 2nd digit of quotient with the divident                        digit i.e. (3+3=6)
iii)To find the remainder add 3rd digit of quotient with  remainder i.e. (6+2=8) i.e.
Q            R
1 2 3  ǀ     2

1 3  6  ǀ    8     
Answer : 
Quotient = 136

Division method when divisor is closer and smaller than power of 10.
By understanding the  Concept of Nikhilam formula i.e.all from 9 & last from 10,(i.e. Subtract all digits from 9 & last digit from 10)

Below image is a simple  illustration of the difference between usual method and Vedic method

Lets us consider the value
Splits the digit 234 into 2 parts as a divisor has two  digit as 34 goes in                                 remainder part and rest all digits will goes in Quotient part i.e.
Q          R
 2 ǀ 34

Apply Nikhilam formula on 87 and we will get the compliment 13 (i.e. 9-8=1, 10-7=3)
                     Q           R
                     2 ǀ  34

i)Multiply 2 with individual digit of 13  i.e.
                     Q      R
                     2   ǀ  3 4
13               ↓   ǀ  2 6
                      2  ǀ  6 0          
Answer : 
Quotient    =   2
Remainder= 60

Lets us consider the value
Splits the digit 113401 into 2 parts as a divisor has three digit so remainder will also have 3 digit ,as 401 goes in remainder part and rest all digits will goes in Quotient part i.e.
Q          R
 113 ǀ 401

Apply Nikhilam formula on 997 and we will get the compliment 003
 (i.e. 9-9=0, 9-9=0,10-7=3)
                     Q           R
                   113 ǀ  401

i)Multiply 1 with individual digit of 003  i.e.
                        Q      R
                         1 1 3  ǀ  401
       003         ↓ 0 0 ǀ  3 
                         1 1     ǀ 
ii)Multiply 2nd quotient with individual digit of 003 ,and add the third column,to get 3rd quotient
      Q      R
                         1 1 3  ǀ  401
       003         ↓ 0 0  ǀ   3
                                 0  ǀ  0 3
                         1 1 3  ǀ
Multiply 3rd quotient with individual digit of 003 ,and add the 4th,5th and 6th column,to get the  remainder.
(Note: Have to repeat the function till we get the number in last column)
    Q      R
                         1 1 3  ǀ  4  0   1
       003         ↓ 0 0  ǀ  3
                                  ǀ  0  3
                                      ǀ  0  0    9
                         1 1 3 ǀ   7  3  (10)  (1 is carried forward)
                         1 1 3 ǀ   7  4   0
Answer : 
Quotient    = 113
Remainder= 740

A quick update on answering questions from my previous blog post.
One of my fellow classmate Kara Tylor had a question on one of my blog post on how to find cube of two numbers using vedic technic. She asked me how to find cube of more than 2 digit using Vedic math, below I have solved few examples based on the method and my video will further aid the understanding the concept.

Finding cube of 3 digit number using vedic maths.
Lets us consider the number

i)Split the given digits into two part
15     3
ii)consider the 1st part i.e. 15 from left to right go on reducing power i.e
153    152    15
iii) Next consider the 2nd part i.e. 3 from right to left go on reducing the power i.e.
153    152.3   15.32   33
iv) Find the values and write in 2nd Row
153          152.3         15.32           33
3375        675           135             27
v) Multiply middle terms by 3 i.e. 
153         152.        15.32         33
3375     675           135             27
                   ×3            ×3
3375       2025       405            27
vi)To get the final answer   we are going to keep unit digit as it is rest other digit are carried forward
153           152.3         15.32          33
3375        675           135             27
                      ×3            ×3
3375       2025          405             27
(206)        (40)             (2)                              (CARRIED FORWARD)
 3581         5                   7                 7
= 35,815,77

I hope you like this post and found this technic interesting .