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SSC CGL Tier II level Solution Set 18 Trigonometry 4, questions with solutions


This is the 18th solution set of 10 practice problem exercise for SSC CGL Tier II exam and 4th on topic Trigonometry. Students should complete the corresponding question exercise in prescribed time first and then only refer to this solution set for detailed conceptual explanations. Some of these 10 questions may seem to be a bit difficult...

How to solve a difficult surd algebra question by repeated componendo dividendo in a few steps 17


The problem we have chosen this time is to highlight, Importance of recognition of simplifying powerful patterns inherent in a difficult problem, the power of Componendo dividendo to speed up solution considerably, and the unfailing effectiveness of principle of interaction of inverses if you can recognize its presence and apply it...

Solution of 6 triangles to 5 triangles by 2 moves first matchstick puzzle


Matchstick puzzles are popular as sticks are easily available and matchstick figures can be physically changed in any way with ease. The solution to the first matchstick puzzle involves clarity in analytical reasoning on shapes, pattern identification and ability to form effective methods...

Bank PO type high level floor stay reasoning puzzle solved in quick steps 4


In this fourth session on reasoning puzzles for Bank PO exams, the puzzle chosen is a floor stay puzzle that has fairly large number of conditions as well as is a three variable reasoning puzzle that is not easy. Majority of the basic and advanced patterns and methods for reasoning puzzle solving needed to be used for quick solution of this well-formed tricky problem...

NCERT solutions for class 10 maths Trigonometry set 6


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


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