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SSC CGL Tier II level Solution Set 29 Number system 1

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In this 29th solution set of 10 practice problem exercise for SSC CGL Tier II exam and 1st on topic Number System, a few of the problems should pose a bit of challenge to the student. Solutions are all concept and method based and mostly in mind. The problem solving approach should prove valuable to the students. Its paired question set can be used as a mini-mock test on number system, even for competitive tests other than SSC CGL...

Monkey and the coconuts puzzle with solutions

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An older version of the monkey and the coconuts puzzle was modified by short story writer Ben Williams and published nearly a century ago. From then on the intriguing puzzle attained the status of one of the most attempted and least solved math puzzles of all time. We will present here easily understandable solutions to both using mathematical reasoning and for the modified version using in addition systematic enumeration…

NCERT solutions for class 10 maths on Real numbers part 2, Euclid's division algorithm and problem solutions

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In this second part of NCERT solutions for class 10 maths on Real Numbers, we will introduce Euclid's division algorithm for finding HCF of two integers and explain solutions of problems on Euclid's division lemma and division algorithm...

NCERT solutions for class 10 maths on Real numbers part 1, Euclid's division lemma puzzle solutions

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In this first part of NCERT solutions for class 10 maths on Real Numbers, we will introduce briefly the basic concepts on real numbers, the long division method formalized by Euclid in his division lemma and will treat in some details the solutions of a rich classic puzzle highlighting the application of division lemma as well as the power of mathematical reasoning based on the concept rather than formula...

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