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SSC CGL Tier II

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Guidelines, Question sets and Solution sets specially tailored for SSC CGL Tier II test. Students should refer to tutorials for the required base concepts and then only take the tests. The solution sets provide conceptual analytical efficient solutions. After taking a question set, Student need to go through the corresponding solution set with focused attention for effective and assured problem solving skill improvement.

How to solve a difficult SSC CGL level problem in a few quick steps, Trigonometry 6

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Some problems look difficult, but if you have a clear strategy of dealing with this type of problems, and is ready to change track by reevaluating the strategy midway, chances are high that you will reach the efficient solution in a few quick steps...

Trigonometry concepts part 3, maxima (or minima) of Trigonometric expressions

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Trigonometric functions behave not exactly like common algebraic variables, and so maximizing or minimizing an expression of trigonometric terms requires first conversion of the expression to a single function expression. Frequently the rich algebraic concept of AM GM inequality also comes handy for solving such problems...

How to solve a difficult SSC CGL level Profit and loss problem in a few steps 4

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Basic profit and loss concepts though are simple, which of the price values to be used as reference for applying profit or discount percentages sometimes create doubts. Further, the free offer concept and easily visible option for calculation of actual price values not only complicates the situation, but introduces harmful calculation delay...

How to solve a School Math problem in a few direct steps, Trigonometry 5

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After crossing the first barrier in the process of proving a Trigonometric identity, if you go straight ahead without looking at the goal state on the RHS, you might reach a situation where you would have to start again from the goal state expression and backtrack to the simple result you had reached on the first go, not only an awkward solution but also technically an invalid one....

Basic and rich concepts on Simple interest and Compound interest

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Simple interest for a year is the percentage rate of interest applied on the initial amount invested and it is fixed year to year. On the other hand, Compound interest is the percentage rate of interest applied on the amount available at the beginning of the year, and not at the beginning of the investment period...

How to solve difficult SSC CGL algebra problems in a few steps 13

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Usually we solve difficult Algebra problems in a few steps using basic and rich Algebra concepts and techniques together with powerful general problem solving techniques. This problem required more of deductive reasoning, enumeration, mathematical reasoning, general problem solving techniques and core algebraic concepts such as symmetry in algebraic expressions and less of algebraic expression manipulation...

How to solve difficult SSC CGL level School Math problems in a few quick steps, Trigonometry 5

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In procedural approach to solve Trigonometry or Algebra problems, usually the student has to go through many steps writing the steps using pen and paper without using the useful patterns lying partly hidden in the problem waiting to be used with intelligence so that the solution is reached in a few steps lightning fast, that too without using pen and paper. We are not discussing tricks. We are discussing the anatomy of a rich concept that are based on basic concepts and how a specific rich concept can be used for what we call, efficient problem solving.

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