Contents Remainder Theorem Aptitude Examples with Answers | Remainder Theorem Tutorial Remainder theorem basic rules were given in the following link. Here provides some examples with shortcut methods on remainder theorem aptitude. Remainder Theorem for Number System Basic rules Application of the remainder theorem: Finding the last digit of an expression purpose simply find the […]

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

Contents Remainder Theorem of Numbers | Remainder Problems in Aptitude Before going to concepts of remainder theorem of numbers, it is better to understand the the concepts of Divisor, Dividend, Quotient and Remainder Remainder Theorem Rule – 1 (Fundamental) Remainder of the expression can be expressed as positive remainders and negative remainders. Technically both positive […]

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

Contents Easy tricks to solve average problems with solutions for competitive exams 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 numbers formulas like average of natural, even, odd, squares of natural, squares of even, cubes of even […]

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

Contents Formulas to find average of numbers | The average of a group of numbers In this Exercise – 2 given formulas with examples for average of numbers like first “n “natural numbers, average of even numbers, average of odd numbers, average of constitutive numbers, Average of cubes of first ” n” natural, even, odd numbers […]

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

Contents List of Formulas for Average Tricks with Examples |Average aptitude shortcuts Average is one of the most important mathematical concepts that we use in our day-to-day life. In fact, even the most non-mathematical individuals regularly utilize the concept of averages on a day-to-day basis. In this article provides average concepts and Average formulas with […]

## 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 […]