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 […]

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## 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 […]

## Sum of n Consecutive numbers Like Natural, Even, Odd, Squares, Cubes

Formulas with examples for Sum of n Consecutive numbers In this page provide formulas with examples for sum of n consecutive natural numbers, sum of positive integers, sum of n odd and even numbers, sum of consecutive squares of natural, odd, even numbers, sum of consecutive cube of natural, odd, even numbers. Sum of natural, […]

## Two dimensional shapes formulas of area and perimeter calculation

Formulas for two dimensional | Triangle, Quadrilateral, Circle What is two dimensional shape A shape with only having two dimensions of width and height and not having another dimension like thickness then it is called two dimensional shape. For example Circles, Triangles, rectangle, Squares, … etc are called two dimensional objects. Two dimensional shape also […]

## Circle formulas in math | Area, Circumference, Sector, Chord, Arc of Circle

Properties of circle in math | Arc, Perimeter, Segment of circle A circle can be defined as, it is the locus of all points equidistant from a central point. In this we discuss about Properties of circle, circle formulas like area, perimeter, arc length, segment length, segment area… etc. Terminology related to circles in math: […]

## Types of Quadrilateral | Quadrilateral formula for area and perimeter

Quadrilateral Properties | Trapezium, parallelogram, Rhombus What is Quadrilaterals A Quadrilaterals is defined as a simple closed figure bounded by four lines in plane. If any four points are not colliner, then we obtain a closed figure. There above all types of figures are know as quadrilaterals. We can easily draw many more quadrilaterals and […]

## Classifications of Triangles with properties | Triangle Area Formulas

Types of Triangles With examples | Properties of Triangle A simple closed figure bounded by three lines segments is called triangle. The triangle can be defined as “A two dimensional plane figure with three straight sides and three angles”. Terminology and Formulas of the Triangles: Triangle Sides : The three lines segments that form the […]

## Percentage formulas while increase and decrease percent of a number

Percentage formulas | percentage calculations with examples Percentage calculation is one of the important part in mathematics. Percentage formulas very helpful to all competitive exams as well as in our daily life. In this artical provides different types of formulas for percentage calculation with examples. Type 1 : General Percent formulas. Find X is what […]