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How to solve a difficult SSC CGL level algebra question by variable ratio equality in a few steps 18

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Problems based on variable ratio equality may seem to be quite tough in competitive test environment unless you know the underlying concept. The chosen problem with its solution highlights use of the concept for quick mental solution of the apparently hard algebra problem...

How to solve difficult fraction comparison problems in a few steps

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Comparison of fractions is a tricky process, but if you learn to use patterns inherent in a set of fractions, you should be able to quickly solve even knotty fraction comparisons by applying a suitable method exploiting the pattern. In this session, as many as six different techniques of fraction comparison are presented with examples...

SSC CGL Tier II level Solution Set 16, Geometry 5

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This is the 16th solution set of 10 practice problem exercise for SSC CGL Tier II exam and the 5th on topic Geometry. A few of the problems look simple but deceptively so. In the same way, a few of the problems seem to be quite difficult, but can be solved quickly by identifying key geometric patterns and applying corresponding methods that are based on core concepts...

SSC CGL Tier II level Question Set 16, Geometry 5

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This is the 16th question set of 10 practice problem exercise for SSC CGL Tier II exam and the 5th on topic Geometry. A few of the problems look simple but deceptively so. In the same way, a few of the problems seem to be quite difficult, but can nevertheless be solved quickly by applying strategic rules in geometry problem solving...

How to solve difficult Time and Work problems in simpler steps, type 3

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In a large number of math problems involving Time and Work, when more than one group of workers each comprising of a certain number of members, complete a job taking their own time, and the question is to find time taken by similar groups of workers but with different number of members, worker equivalence method invariably leads to much faster conceptual solution with greatly reduced calculation load...

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