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More Rich Algebraic Concepts and techniques for elegant solutions of SSC CGL problems

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In our previous article we have explained the basic and rich algebra concepts along with powerful problem solving strategies to solve tough problems quickly and surely in a few simple steps. In this article more such rich algebraic concepts are explained with problem solving examples to bring out the power of each concept and technique in simplifying the solution of complex algebra problems...

How to solve difficult Algebra problems in a few simple steps 6

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The problems in this sixth session of algebra in a few simple steps are not so intimidating in looks, but there are ample scope for applying problem solving techniques and basic and rich algebra concepts to solve the problems much faster than conventional methods. This approach should not only help SSC CGL aspirants, but should also give valuable fresh ideas of elegant problem solving to school students...

How to solve difficult Algebra problems in a few simple steps 5

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In this fifth session on Algebra problem simplification taking up two complex algebra problems of SSC CGL level, we have explained the nature and practical use of elegant problem solving in a few steps in contrast to longer time-consuming conventional solutions. The problem solving strategies coupled with use of basic and rich algebraic concepts should not only help SSC CGL aspirants, but also give a push to enthusiastic school students in taking the path of innovative thinking...

How to solve SSC CGL level School Math problems in a few steps-Trigonometry 4

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The conventional approach to math problem solving relies heavily on manipulation of terms using low level mathematical constructs without using the problem solving abilities of the student. If students follow only this approach to solving problems, they may tend to become totally used to mechanical and procedural thinking suppressing their inherent creative and innovative out-of-the-box thinking abilities and will be unable to face the later life challenges...

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