### Pipe And Cisterns

Pipes and Cisterns problems are almost the same as those of Time and Work Problems. Thus, if a pipe fills a tank in 6 hours, then the pipe fills 1/6th of the tank in 1 hour. The only difference with…

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# Category: Maths

### Pipe And Cisterns

### Simplification With Important Concepts And New Pattern Questions

### Average For Competitive Exams

### Problem Based On Ages

### Cuboid | Formulas | Properties of Cuboid

### Cube | Formulas | Properties of Cube

### Average | Formulas | Properties | Examples

### Compound Interest | Formula | Problem

### Partnership

### Complex Number | Properties of Complex Number

Pipes and Cisterns problems are almost the same as those of Time and Work Problems. Thus, if a pipe fills a tank in 6 hours, then the pipe fills 1/6th of the tank in 1 hour. The only difference with…

Continue ReadingWe all know that simplification is most important topic asked in every competitive exam like banking and ssc. So lets try to understand what is actually meant of ‘simplification’. Simplification is most easy and important topic for banking, SSC and…

Continue ReadingAn average, or more accurately arithmetic mean is, in crude terms, the sum of n different data divided by n. For example, if a batsman scores 35,45 and 37 runs in first, second and third innings respectively, then his average…

Continue ReadingTo solve the problems based on ages, students require the knowledge of linear equations. This method needs some basic concepts as well as some more time than it deserves. Sometimes it is easier to solve the problems by taking the…

Continue ReadingA cuboid is a solid three-dimensional figure, which has 6 square faces or sides. Here we discuss here its definition, properties. Also, learn the surface area and volume formula for the Cuboid. In real-life match-box is a good example of…

Continue ReadingCube is a solid three-dimensional figure, which has 6 square faces or sides. Here we discuss here its Formulas, properties. Also, learn the surface area and volume formula for the cube. In real-life dices is a good example of the…

Continue ReadingWhat is Average? The result obtained by adding several quantities together and then dividing this total by the number of quantities is called Average. Average = Sum of all observation number of observation The mean of n observation a1,…

Continue ReadingHere we are learning some essential tricks required to solve the compound interest problems in competitive exams. What is compound interest ? Interest for the first period, add it to the total, and then calculate the interest for the next…

Continue ReadingPartnership is an important chapter in Quantitative section of IBPS and other competitive examination. A Partnership is an association of two or more persons who put their money together in order to carry on a certain business. It is of…

Continue ReadingIf ‘a’ and ‘b’ are two numbers in the form (a + ib) then it is known as Complex Number. Number ‘a’ is called real part and ‘b’ is called the imaginary part of the complex number (a + ib).…

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