Mathematical reasoning

How to solve Time and Work problems in simpler steps, type 2 brief


In 42 days 40 men complete a work. As it happened, instead of all of them working together to finish the job, they started working together, but at the end of every 10th day 5 men left. In how many days would then the work be completed? Rich time and work concept of Mandays technique along with natural number concepts deliver speedy solution...

Basic and rich concepts on Moving Escalator to solve difficult Speed Time and distance problems in a few steps

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Usually time and distance problems involve objects moving on fixed stationary ground base. When the base starts moving, an additional level of complexity is introduced. These are problem areas favorable for applying very basic relative speed concepts and arrive at solution in a few steps...

Reverse cheque puzzle solution

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On finally receiving double the amount he wrote in cheque after 20 paise was expended from amount received from bank, Bhabababu understood that the bank cashier must have given rupees for paise written on cheque, and paise for rupees written on cheque. The reversing created a basic confusion in finding the cheque amount...

Basic and Rich Percentage Concepts for solving difficult SSC CGL problems

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In business world, academics, Science and technology, or daily life, use of the concept of Percentage is ubiquitous and all-pervading. Because of its apparent simplicity though, this concept is taken for granted with not much emphasis on its elaboration and explanation....

SSC CGL level Solution Set 67 on Time-Work Work-Wages Pipes-Cisterns 6


This is the 67th solution set of 10 practice problem exercise for SSC CGL exam and 6th on related topics Time-Work, Work-Wages, and Pipes-Cisterns. Students must complete the corresponding question set in prescribed time first and then only refer to this solution set for gaining maximum benefits from this resource...


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