# Jadhav Triads

Jadhav Triads are **groups of any 3 consecutive numbers** which follow a pattern , was **discovered by Jyotiraditya Jadhav** and was named after him.

Jadhav Triads | |
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Consecutive number pattern | |

Definition | |

If any 3 consecutive numbers are taken say a,b and c then sqaure root of the product of first and third term will be approximately equal to the middle or 2nd term | |

Details | |

Indian Invention |

## Statement[edit]

If any 3 consecutive numbers are taken say a, b and c then the **square root of the product of the first and the third number** will be **approximately** **equal to the middle term** or the 2nd term.

Variable format :

**√ac ≈ b**

**√αγ ≈ δ**

## Practical observation[edit]

Let a = 5 , b = 6 and c = 7

so by **√ac ≈ b ,**

√5X7 = **5.9160797831 ≈ 6**

Let a = 10 , b = 11 and c = 12

so by **√ac ≈ b ,**

**√10X12 = 10.9544511501 ≈ 11**

## Applications[edit]

Can be used to find approximate square roots of the numbers which are also the product of numbers which **differ by 2.**

## Notable Error[edit]

It is found that the square root of the product may **differ to maximum of 0.3 to minimum of 0.1** from actual middle number, but this units can be negligible unless talking about big units like meter and kilometres.

## Other discoveries by Jyotiraditya Jadhav[edit]

read more about **Jyotiraditya Jadhav here**