Principle of exhaustivity

SSC CGL Tier II level Solution Set 2, Algebra 2

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This is the 2nd solution set of 10 practice problem exercise for SSC CGL Tier II exam and also the 2nd on topic Algebra. For maximum gains, the test should be taken first, that is obvious. But more importantly, to absorb the concepts, techniques and deductive reasoning elaborated through these solutions, one must solve many problems in a systematic manner using this conceptual analytical approach. One can learn well only by practicing learning by doing...

Basic and Rich Geometry Concepts part 4, Proof of arc angle subtending concept

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To explain the Arc angle subtending concept exhaustively and comprehensively, we will use four different configurations and the corresponding mechanisms along with solving a specially selected problem. To be exhaustive, we needed to follow a systematic method...

Principle of disbelief & verification, an effective principle of problem solving

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We know so much. About people around us, things that we use, about ourselves, how the world runs, how nature works and so on. We think and act on the basis of this cumulative knowledge and also of course according to a situation and our psychological makeup and preferences...

Solving real life Multi-Criteria Decision Making problems using Criteria Analysis Technique

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A decision is to be made when there is more than one choice. By evaluating the available feasible choices, according to a set of relevant criteria, a proper decision is to be made which will hopefully fulfill some stated objective, that is, in other words, will solve an identified problem. But the million dollar question is, which criteria to choose for choice evaluation?...

The problem solving Principle of Exhaustivity

Principle of exhaustivity

Are you thorough? Have you thought of all possibilities? Are you sure you have not missed anything? We face these questions often around us with varying levels of anxieties, concern or barely suppressed impatience. The affirmative answer is in what we call exhaustive thinking and action. We need it often while we go through our lives. Though the thoroughness is needed time and again, it is a generally ignored and apparently mundane ability...

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