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How to solve Surds part 1, Rationalization

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Surds are a special group of irrational numbers that can be represented easily in compact form as $\sqrt{2}$, $\sqrt{3}$ etc. In addition, a number of quick math methods in simplifying surd problems make this topic a favored one for testing problem solving abilities in schools and competitive tests...

How to solve arithmetic boundary condition problems in a few simple steps

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A simple or compound event (consisting of more than one event) goes on happening systematically at regular intervals till a point just before the end. With each occurrence of the event problem parameters change. The end is reached before the full impact of the event along with the change can happen. This is the boundary to be found out before solving the problem...

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

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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...

How to solve Time and Work problems in simpler steps, type 1 brief

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C and A can do a piece of work in 20 days, B and C in 24 days, and A and B in 30 days. B and C leave after three of them work together for 10 days. In how many more days would A complete the work? Using rich concept of Work rate technique and solving the problem as far as possible in mind, without writing anything on paper, results in within a minute solution...

How to solve in a few steps, Profit and loss problem 1 brief

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A man sells two wrist watches one at a profit of 30% and another at a loss of 30%, but each at a same selling price of Rs.400. The net profit or loss is to be found out. This type of problem can be solved following clear steps based on basic and rich concepts of profit and loss within a minute with ease...

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....

SBI PO type high level four dimensional reasoning puzzle solved in confident steps 9

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In this ninth session on solving a SBI PO type high level reasoning puzzle in a few easy and confident steps without confusion, the puzzle chosen is again a pure assignment type logic analysis problem involving four object sets that are to be assigned to each other on one to one basis. The logic state representation being simple for such problems, the core element of logic analysis skill gains prime importance...

SBI PO type hard facing away circular seating reasoning puzzle solved in confident steps 8

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This is the 8th session on solving a SBI PO type high level reasoning puzzle in a few easy and confident steps without confusion. Eight students studying eight subjects seating on a round table but facing away from the center is not an easy puzzle to solve...

SBI PO type high level hard two in one circular seating reasoning puzzle solved in confident steps 7

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In this seventh session, the puzzle chosen happens to be a hybrid puzzle, a family relations puzzle and a circular seating reasoning puzzle mixed together into one puzzle. When you need to answer all types of questions on the relationships, professions and individual member positions of a family of eight members in four professions sitting around a circular table, you have a mixed or hybrid puzzle in hand which at first glance may seem to be quite complex....

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