## SSC CGL Tier II level Solution Set 17, Algebra 6

Learn how to solve tricky algebra questions for SSC CGL Tier II Set 6 quickly by key pattern identification and algebra problem solving methods.

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Submitted by Atanu Chaudhuri on Mon, 14/01/2019 - 22:01

Submitted by Atanu Chaudhuri on Fri, 20/07/2018 - 09:19

With initial problem analysis and application of trigonometric expression simplifying and problem solving strategies, the problems chosen in this fourth NCERT trigonometry problem solving session could be solved in a few easy steps. Problem solving approach leads to quick solutions in minimum number of steps...

Submitted by Atanu Chaudhuri on Tue, 17/07/2018 - 14:13

With initial problem analysis and application of algebraic expression simplifying strategies, the first problem in this third NCERT trigonometry problem solving session could be solved in a few easy steps. The second problem turned out to be easier in comparison requiring fewer number of steps...

Submitted by Atanu Chaudhuri on Wed, 29/03/2017 - 16:49

Usually we solve difficult Algebra problems in a few steps using basic and rich Algebra concepts together with powerful general problem solving techniques visualizing the solution in the beginning itself. But this problem required more of deductive reasoning, mathematical reasoning, and exploratory application of core algebraic concepts such as symmetry in algebraic expressions, variable number reduction by component expression substitution and secondary term value sharing...

Submitted by Atanu Chaudhuri on Tue, 28/03/2017 - 00:33

Trigonometry aptitude questions and solution SSC CGL 56. 10 selected questions solved in simple steps by basic and advanced concepts and techniques.

Submitted by Atanu Chaudhuri on Fri, 03/03/2017 - 13:48

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. Following only this approach to solving problems, students may tend to become used to mechanical and procedural thinking suppressing their inherent creative and innovative out-of-the-box thinking abilities. On the other hand, conceptual reasoning without firm mathematical base leads to confusion. In solving hard problems you need to strike a balance...