## Remainder Theorem for Number System | Remainder Theorem Difficult Examples

Remainder Theorem of Numbers | Remainder Problems in AptitudeContents1 Remainder Theorem of Numbers | Remainder Problems in Aptitude1.1 Remainder Theorem Rule – 1 (Fundamental)1.2 Remainder Theorem Rule – 2 (For long expressions)1.3 Remainder Theorem Rule – 3 (Cancellation rule)1.4 Remainder Theorem Rule – 4 (remainder of a number with power )1.4.1 Remainder theorem problems and […]

## Average problems with solutions | Average Tricks with Examples | Exercise-3

Easy tricks to solve average problems with solutions for competitive examsContents1 Easy tricks to solve average problems with solutions for competitive exams1.1 Average formulas:1.2 Practice sums on average chapter: In Exercise – I   given basic concepts of average chapter with formulas like Weighted Average, Average age /weight, Average Speed.. etc. In  Exercise – II   Covered average of […]

## Average of numbers formula | Average of a series of numbers| Exercise – 2

Formulas to find average of numbers | The average of a group of numbers Contents1 Formulas to find average of numbers | The average of a group of numbers 1.1 Formulas on Average of numbers:1.2 Examples on Average of numbers: In this Exercise – 2  given formulas with examples for average of numbers like first “n […]

## Simple Average Formulas for Aptitude Questions and Answers |Exercise-1

List of Formulas for Average Tricks with Examples |Average aptitude shortcutsContents1 List of Formulas for Average Tricks with Examples |Average aptitude shortcuts1.1 Average Concept:1.1.1 Average formula – 1 (Weighted Average)1.1.2 Average formula – 2  (  Average age /weight)1.1.3 Average formula – 3🙁  Average age /weight)1.1.4 Average formula – 4: ( Average Speed ) Average is […]

## Profit and Loss Problems and Solutions for all Competitive Exams

Questions and Answers on Profit and Loss Chapter | Exercise – 4 In Profit and Loss Exercise – I Covered the terminology with exercise sums on Cost Price (CP), Selling price (SP), Profit percent/Gain percent & Loss percent. In Profit and Loss Exercise – II Covered the terminology with exercise sums on Mark Up, Marked […]

## Formulas of Profit and Loss with Examples | Discounts, Break even point

Formulas for Profit and loss and practice sums | Exercise – 3 In Profit and Loss Exercise – I explained about the terminology with formulas and practice sums on Cost Price (CP), Selling price (SP), Profit (P),  Loss(L), Gain , Gain percent.Profit percent and Loss percent. In Profit and Loss Exercise – II explained about the […]

## Profit and Loss Formulas | Quantitative Aptitude Questions and Answers

Formulas for Profit and loss and practice sums | Exercise – 2 In Profit and Loss Exercise – 1 explained about the terminology of Cost Price (CP), Selling price (SP), Profit (P),  Loss(L), Profit percent, Loss percent, Gain , Gain percent with formulas and practice sums. In This Chapter explained the following terminology definitions with […]

## Profit and Loss Formulas with Questions and Answers | Quantitative Math

Formulas for Profit and loss and practice sums | Exercise – 1 The terminology used in profit and loss chapter is Cost Price (CP) Selling price (SP) Profit (P),  Loss(L), Profit percent, Loss percent, Gain , Gain percent Variable cost, Fixed cost, Mark Up, Marked price, Discounts, Successive discounts, Break even point, Faulty balances,  faulty […]

## Percentage calculation | Different shortcut methods to find out percentage

Percentage problems and solutions for aptitude Percent means per hundred.  Percentages are way of expressing hundredth. So ‘X ” percent means X per hundred or ” X/100 “.  The concept of percentage mainly applies to ratios, and the percentage value of ratio is arrived at by multiplying by 100 the decimal values of ratio. Percentage […]

## Typical problems on HCF and LCM | GCD and LCM Problems & Solutions

Practice problems on HCF and LCM for all competitive exams Common Divisor : A number which exactly divides all the given numbers is a common divisor of those numbers. For example ” 3″ is common divisor of 9, 12, 15, 18. Greatest Common Divisor(GCD) or Highest Common factor ( HCF )  : The greatest number […]

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