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Shailesh 06/11/2016 in  Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

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Surendra Reddy replied | 05/12/2016

Dear Shailesh,
Many institutions are misguiding the students by giving formulas. Aptitude is a problem solving skill. Trick is nothing but the short way of thinking that comes with proper training.

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Nancy's replied | 08/12/2016

Quantitatively speaking, a vigorous practice for about a month will definitely enhance you in Quantitative Aptitude Skills. There is nothing called as tricks. Its the same concept put in different ways. The easiest way is the so called "Trick".
It is like reaching the same destination in many different ways and you choose the shortest distance to reach your destination fast....  more»
Quantitatively speaking, a vigorous practice for about a month will definitely enhance you in Quantitative Aptitude Skills. There is nothing called as tricks. Its the same concept put in different ways. The easiest way is the so called "Trick".
It is like reaching the same destination in many different ways and you choose the shortest distance to reach your destination fast. In that you never apply any trick to reach.
You will have to practice. The more you practice, the more familiar you become.
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Keshava Reddy replied | 01/11/2016

Hi I am Keshav
I can teach you aptitude with easy methods. I am ready to help you through online.
All the best.

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Ashmeet replied | 06/11/2016

Apex can provide online sessions for Quant for SSC CGL pre + mains.if intersted pls contact for the same

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Sahithya 11/09/2016 in  Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

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Sugumar replied | 26/09/2016

Hi Sahitya, Firstly, never memorize any formula but rather try to understand the idea/concept behind the formula. Most of the aptitude questions in the competitive exams are based on simple concepts like speed-distance, work-time, percentage, e.t.c. Make sure that the formulas makes sense and your mind can relate the formulas practically. Even you can rewrite the formula in a...  more»
Hi Sahitya, Firstly, never memorize any formula but rather try to understand the idea/concept behind the formula. Most of the aptitude questions in the competitive exams are based on simple concepts like speed-distance, work-time, percentage, e.t.c. Make sure that the formulas makes sense and your mind can relate the formulas practically. Even you can rewrite the formula in a different way. Once you have the good grasp of the concepts, then you should be able to describe any questions mathematically which is the key «less

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Sourav Singh replied | 26/09/2016

WITHOUT COACHING YOU NEED TO HAVE INTEREST

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Prashanthi replied | 13/09/2016

Hi devansh i teach quant ,kindly contact and provide your details if still looking for a tutor

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Tella Linga Raju replied | 14/09/2016

Hi Devansh..First try to solve some previous papers..If you not able to do, then go for tuition..

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Akshata 18/07/2016 in  Non-Verbal Aptitude Coaching, Quantitative Aptitude Coaching, Verbal Aptitude Coaching

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Himanshu Bhanawat replied | 26/08/2016

For aptitude test, one has to prepare equally for English language, Reasoning ability and quantitative aptitude. In the said subjects one has to prepare as follows:
English Language : para-jumble, reading comprehension, synonyms, antonyms, cloze test etc.
Reasoning : coding decoding, blood relation, puzzles, sitting arrangement, etc
Quantitative aptitude : Numbers,...  more»
For aptitude test, one has to prepare equally for English language, Reasoning ability and quantitative aptitude. In the said subjects one has to prepare as follows:
English Language : para-jumble, reading comprehension, synonyms, antonyms, cloze test etc.
Reasoning : coding decoding, blood relation, puzzles, sitting arrangement, etc
Quantitative aptitude : Numbers, Percentage, HCF/LCM, Profit and loss, Probability, Permutation and combination etc.

Further, one can hire an professional tutor to get help and learn these chapters or purchase books available in market and practise these sections to develop aptitude. Hope this information helps. «less

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Viraj Panchal replied | 27/08/2016

Aptitude tests consist basic math skills which we learnt during our 8 to 10th standard. Only questions are bit twsited in such test to make it difficult. Our appraoch should identify the core ideas and apply our logic. Practising is the best method to improve performance in aptitude tests. So just go through the math concepts and start practising..!!

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Harsh 04/06/2016 in  Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

3 ball tall together 8,9,10 second how many time they tall together in 1 min

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Meenakshi replied | 08/06/2016

6 times

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K.rajitha 24/02/2016 in  Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

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Pavnesh replied | 14/04/2016

Aptitude is the subject that can be learn by self as well as by some guidance, Practice makes a man perfect. If you want any help, i am ready as i am tutor for aptitude from last 13 years

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Gangarapu replied | 11/10/2016

Aptitude is very easy when u apply it to your real life situations. When you are working at something compare them with time and work problems, when you fill a bucket of water with two taps relate it to pipes and cisterns.every thing is possible only through regular practice and thinking ability. If you have any queries I am ready to help you.

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K 15/11/2015 in  Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

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Pavnesh replied | 14/04/2016

Myself Pavnesh sharma, helps to students in Quantitative Aptitude from Last 13 years.
You may contact me or check my profile on Urban pro, Google+ etc.

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Swadeep replied | 22/04/2016

You may attend a demo class at Swadeep Edu Academy,Vastrapur to know how a good tutor can help you out in quantitative aptitude for various competitive exams

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Sujit 24/09/2015 in  Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

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Meenakshi replied | 23/02/2016

34650

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Bhaskar replied | 25/02/2016

11! / (4! x 4! x 2!)

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Vivek replied | 03/04/2016

25 days

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Seshu replied | 05/04/2016

Let assume time taken by P,Q and R is p ,q and r respectively. Efficiency 1/p,1/q and 1/r respectively.
1/p + 1/q = 1/10-------1
1/p = 1/q + 1/50 1/p - 1/q = 1/50 -------2
from 1 and 2 2/p = 6/50 now 3/50 + 1/q = 1/10 => 1/q = 1/10 - 3/50 = 2/50 = 1/25 q = 25.

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Gyan Sagar replied | 21/01/2016

Let X be the distance and Y be the initial speed. So initial time require is X/Y hrs. Now form two simultaneous equations.
X/(Y+10 = X/Y - 1 and
X/(Y+20) = X/Y - 1.75
Solving these two equations we get X = Distance = 420.
So answer is 420

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Unique Career Academy replied | 03/03/2016

dist = x, speed = s, time=t
x=st, (s+10)(t-1)=x, (s+20)(t-7/4)=x

solving
(s+10)(t-1)=st
10t-s=10...(1)

solving
(s+20)(t-7/4)=st
20t-7/4s=35
80t-7s=140....(2)

(2) - (1)*4=
t=7 so s=60
therefore, x=420
Ans: distance between P and Q is 420km

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Chetan 21/08/2015 in  Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

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Career Group replied | 04/01/2016

Start with ncert 6th class and complete upto 10th

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Gaurva replied | 09/02/2016

Start with ncert 6th class and complete upto 10th

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Gaurva replied | 09/02/2016

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Harsh replied | 04/06/2016

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Mukesh 13/03/2015 in  Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

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Abhi replied | 14/02/2016

Is it ten's digit you are asking or tenth digit? and if it is tenth digit than tenth digit from left hand side or right hand side?
if it is tenth from right end then it is 2. we can use binomial expansion to find it. third last term of the expansion wil give the answer.
if it is from left end than too we can use binomial to find the answer which i wil post later.

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Abhishek replied | 14/02/2016

Is it ten's digit you are asking or tenth digit? and if it is tenth digit than tenth digit from left hand side or right hand side? if it is tenth from right end then it is 2. we can use binomial expansion to find it. third last term of the expansion wil give the answer. if it is from left end than too we can use binomial to find the answer which i wil post later. - See more at:...  more»
Is it ten's digit you are asking or tenth digit? and if it is tenth digit than tenth digit from left hand side or right hand side? if it is tenth from right end then it is 2. we can use binomial expansion to find it. third last term of the expansion wil give the answer. if it is from left end than too we can use binomial to find the answer which i wil post later. - See more at: http://www.urbanpro.com/comment/answerConfirmation?id=215816#sthash.voClzFvm.dpuf «less

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Gyan Sagar replied | 21/01/2016

3 such pairs are possible 7,9; 15,4; and 19,3

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Gyan Sagar replied | 09/03/2016

3 such pairs are possible 7,9; 15,4; and 19,3

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Pavnesh 28/02/2015 in  Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

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Gaurva replied | 09/02/2016

HCF(7,13)=1

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Mamata replied | 06/05/2016

highest common factor of 13 , 7 is 1

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Pavnesh 28/02/2015 in  Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

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Gyan Sagar replied | 21/01/2016

Those no.s who came in 1's table and their own tables ..... 1 is neither prime nor composite no.

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Gaurva replied | 09/02/2016

1's table and their own tables.

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Career Group replied | 28/01/2016

40-50%

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Gaurva replied | 09/02/2016

40-50%

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Gyan Sagar replied | 21/01/2016

((5!*5!)/(3!*7!))=10/21=0.476190

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Gaurva replied | 09/02/2016

((5!*5!)/(3!*7!))=10/21=0.476190

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Gyan Sagar replied | 21/01/2016

20+20xP%=60-60xP%
=>80xP%=40
=>P=50
So P=50% of 70 is 35 -

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Gaurva replied | 09/02/2016

20+20xP%=60-60xP%
=>80xP%=40
=>P=50
So P=50% of 70 is 35

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Gyan Sagar replied | 09/03/2016

if you want select and arrange the objects apply permutations
if you want to select the objects apply combinations

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Mamata replied | 06/05/2016

for arrangement you can use permutation
for selection , use combination

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Gyan Sagar replied | 21/01/2016

If A can finish work in x days, B takes x+60 Days. So their rate of work is 1/x and 1/(x+60) respectively. Further, 1/x = 3 (1/x+60). So, x = 30. If they work together, their rate of work is 1/30 + 1/90 = 1/22.5. So they take 22.5 days to finish the work. -

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Gaurva replied | 06/02/2016

So their rate of work is 1/x and 1/(x+60) respectively. Further, 1/x = 3 (1/x+60). So, x = 30. If they work together, their rate of work is 1/30 + 1/90 = 1/22.5. So they take 22.5 days to finish the work.

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Gyan Sagar replied | 21/01/2016

This can occur only in North pole. So colour of bear is White.

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Gyan Sagar replied | 25/01/2016

This can occur only in North pole. So colour of bear is White.

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Jayant 04/02/2015 in  Quantitative Aptitude Coaching

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Career Group replied | 23/01/2016

We all know that Speed = Distance/Time. But if we are unable to solve problems on Trains, Boats and other things, that means we failed the application of knowledge

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Gyan Sagar replied | 09/03/2016

QA checks your ability to visualize a scenario as described in the wordings of the question and convert it to say a simple equation. The scenario could be static or even dynamic; it can describe 2 separate situations too

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Gyan Sagar replied | 16/01/2016

Hi Tina,
just imagine 100% of students appeared for exam ,out of them 89% passed in exam
i.e remaining 100% - 89% = 11% are failed
ie 11% = 473
100% = ?
(473 * 100)/11 =4300
ie 100% is 4300
no of students appeared is 4300

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Gyan Sagar replied | 09/03/2016

Hi Tina,
just imagine 100% of students appeared for exam ,out of them 89% passed in exam
i.e remaining 100% - 89% = 11% are failed
ie 11% = 473
100% = ?
(473 * 100)/11 =4300
ie 100% is 4300
no of students appeared is 4300 -

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