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SSC CGL Tier II level Solution Set 12 Trigonometry 3, questions with solutions

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This is the 12th solution set of 10 practice problem exercise for SSC CGL Tier II exam and 3rd on topic Trigonometry. Students should complete the corresponding question exercise in prescribed time first and then only refer to this solution set for detailed conceptual explanations. Some of these 10 questions may seem to be difficult at first glance...

Basic and Rich Percentage Concepts for solving difficult SSC CGL problems

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In business world, academics, Science and technology, or daily life, use of the concept of Percentage is ubiquitous and all-pervading. Because of its apparent simplicity though, this concept is taken for granted with not much emphasis on its elaboration and explanation....

How to solve a difficult SSC CGL level problem in a few conceptual steps, Trigonometry 8

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This problem in contrast to the earlier one looked difficult. The challenge was on - would we be able to achieve its elegant solution? Not always we know about the end in the beginning of our journey, but finally concept based strategic approach provided the initial breakthrough and then led us to the elegant solution in a few more steps...

How to solve difficult SSC CGL algebra problems in a few steps 14

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Usually we solve difficult Algebra problems in a few steps using basic and rich Algebra concepts together with powerful general problem solving techniques visualizing the solution in the beginning itself. But this problem required more of deductive reasoning, mathematical reasoning, and exploratory application of core algebraic concepts such as symmetry in algebraic expressions, variable number reduction by component expression substitution and secondary term value sharing...

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