[Aptitude] Product Consistency: If Sugar price increases then consumption should be Decreased by What %, Time-Speed-Distance problems, shortcuts for SSC, IBPS, CSAT, CAT

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Case: Sugar Consumption Budget don’t change Case: Salary comparison: How much more or less? Case: Increased consumption absolute value Case: Apples price decrease absolute value Case: Time-Speed-Distance Mock questions Food for thought IF you want to master this method, then don’t just read the article, simultaneously do all calculations in your rough-note/paper. Case: Sugar Consumption Budget don’t change Q. if price of … Read More

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[Aptitude] Concepts of Marked Price and Successive Discounts (Profit-Loss) without (stupid) formulas

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Profit, Loss, Discount, Marked Price = all of them are mere extension of Percentage calculation concept. And they can be solved effortlessly, without mugging up any formulas. What is Discount? What is successive discount? Case: Successive vs One Time Discount? What is marked price? Case: Finding Marked Price from Profit % Case: Finding marked price from Selling price Case: Finding % Profit … Read More

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[Aptitude] Data Interpretation (DI): Bar and Pie chart practice Questions with Explanation

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@CSAT/IBPS aspirants. First solve these two DI (Data Interpretation) sets on your own, using pen and paper. Then scroll down and check answer/explanations/shortcuts. Time: 30 mins. Correct Ans: 1 m, Wrong answer=-0.33 m. Data Interpretation  Set#1: Pie Chart DI Set#2: Pie-Chart CO2 Emission DI Set #3: Bar graph on Profit-loss Solution Set#1: Pie Chart with Shortcuts Solution: Set #2: CO2 … Read More

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[Aptitude] Long Division, Two-Digit Division, % Calculation without Tears (and without boring Vedic Maths) using % Approximation Method

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Ok this isn’t about boring vedic maths technique so don’t run away, yet! One of  the biggest problem with IBPS/Bank, SSC, CAT, CMAT type of exams= you’ll encounter long division and percentage (%) calculation every now and then, directly or indirectly (in Data interpretation questions). And If you’re not good with speed maths, you’ll waste a lot of time in … Read More

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