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Efficient problem solving

How to solve more Time and Work problems in simpler steps, type 2

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In a large number of math problems involving Time & Work, it is stated that certain number of men take certain number of days to complete the work. These problems are usually solved in conventional methods by using per day work rate of 1 man. Instead, the number of days and number of men can be combined into a single powerful measure of work amount, simplifying the process greatly...

How to solve Time and Work problems in simpler steps, type 1

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To solve math problems involving Time & Work, it is usually assumed that a work-agent takes certain number of time units to complete the work alone. This immediately forces the use of inverse of the variables corresponding to each work-agent. Instead, adopt conceptually and psychologically a much simpler approach...

How to solve a School Math problem in a few simple steps, Trigonometry 2

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The conventional approach to math problem solving relies heavily on manipulation of terms using low level mathematical constructs without using the problem solving abilities of the student. Following only this approach to solving problems, students may tend to become used to mechanical and procedural thinking suppressing their inherent creative and innovative out-of-the-box thinking abilities...

Solve your problem efficiently with Principle of Interaction of Inverses

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The entities involved in interaction of inverses may be a tangible object, such as a large 90 litre toughened plastic container of drinking water, it may be an object that you can't easily touch and see, such as Oxygen gas, or it can be a strong emotion such as anger, or it can even be such a simple thing as a mathematical variable $x$...

How to solve School Math problem in a few steps, Trigonometry 1

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The mechanical approach to math problem solving relies heavily on manipulation of terms using low level mathematical constructs without using the problem solving abilities of the student. In fact, if students follow only this approach of solving problems, they may tend to become used to mechanical and procedural thinking suppressing their inherent creative and innovative out-of-the-box thinking abilities...

How to solve similar problems in a few seconds, Profit and loss problem 2, Domain modeling

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A man sells two wrist watches one at a profit of 50% and another at a loss of 50%, but each at a same selling price of Rs.300. The net profit or loss is...This type of problem can be solved in a few seconds if you can form its Domain model by Abstraction and Repeated solving of similar problems with controlled variation...

7 steps to sure success in SSC CGL Tier 1 and Tier 2 competitive tests

7 steps to sure success in SSC CGL Tier1 and Tier2 competitive tests

Start preparation from zero point in concept layer and proceed to improve your ability to solve problems step by step. Never start preparation randomly from a higher level concept layer. This is the crux of the whole problem, as high speed problem solving in competitive tests heavily relies on total control on the basic concepts, be it maths, reasoning or English.

Systematic analytical approach to Efficient Real life problem solving

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With so much uncertainty in a real life problem, it is but natural that general tendency is to deal with such a problem using commonsense and instinct rather than any systematic approach. This imprecision, uncertainty and vagueness in real life problem solving demand an approach wholly different from the linear and deterministic approach of mathematical problem solving or more realistically, the any which way commonsense approach generally adopted...

Solve any problem yourself

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Can anyone become a problem solver solving any problem independently, efficiently and at least cost? To us the answer is an emphatic yes. Most of the people whose problems we dealt with till now gradually became independent. That is the main objective of all discussions here – to offer you resources and ideas using which you may become an independent problem solver in time. 

As every human being has large untapped power of mind, with proper commitment and method it is possible for anyone who is not brain-damaged to focus his thinking power towards achieving great positive results...

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