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Question sets and Solution sets on all topics for SSC CGL test. Quick concept based solutions embody systematic and quick problem solving in maths.

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How to solve difficult Algebra problems in a few simple steps 2

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Algebra is a discipline of symbol manipulation and usual problems involve only a few basic concepts. But to solve relatively more complex problems in a few simple steps we need to build our rich concept set specific to Algebra as well as use powerful general problem solving strategies and techniques. This is the second offering on Algebra problem simplification...

How to solve Time and Distance problems in a few simple steps 1

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Time and distance problems are taught in middle schools and also form an important component in competitive tests. In any case, our endeavor is to solve such problems elegantly in a few simple steps in contrast to generally complex and time consuming conventional approach to solving such problems...

How to solve a School Math problem in a few simple steps, Trigonometry 2

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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. 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...

Solve your problem efficiently with Principle of Interaction of Inverses

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The entities involved in interaction of inverses may be a tangible object, such as a large 90 litre toughened plastic container of drinking water, it may be an object that you can't easily touch and see, such as Oxygen gas, or it can be a strong emotion such as anger, or it can even be such a simple thing as a mathematical variable $x$...


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