Variance

Variance Variance (σ2) in statistics is a measurement of the spread between numbers in a data set. That is, it measures how far each number in the set is from the mean and therefore from every other number in the set. In investing, the variance of the returns among assets in a portfolio is analyzed … Read more

Age Problems

 Age Problems   Important Formulas on “Problems on Ages”:   1. If the current age is x, then n times the age is nx. 2. If the current age is x, then age n years later/hence = x + n. 3. If the current age is x, then age n years ago = x – n. 4. The ages in a ratio a : b will be ax and bx. 5. If the current age is x, … Read more

Calculation Of Interest On

 calculation of interest on/in savings account, fixed deposit account and recurring deposit account Saving account Interest rate calculation Formula  Daily interest = Amount (Daily balance) * Interest (3.5/100) / days in the year. Earlier method of interest rate calculation   Earlier, banks would pay interest at the rate of 3.5% p.a. on the … Read more

Simplification

 Simplification Simplification is one of the most important part of Quantitative Aptitude section of any competitive exam. Today I am sharing all the techniques to solve Simplification questions quickly. Rules of Simplification V → Vinculum B → Remove Brackets – in the order ( ) , { }, [ ]  O → Of D → Division M … Read more

Time & Distance

 TIME & DISTANCE In this module we will deal with basic concepts of time and distance, speed, average speed, conversion from km/h to m/s and vice versa. This chapter will form the basis of further concept of relative speed which is used in train and boat problems. Important … Read more

AnalogyLevel1

 Analogy Level-1 ANALOGY LEVEL 1 When you draw an analogy between two things we compare them for the purpose of explanation. If a scientist says that earth’s forest functions as human lungs then we instantly draw an explanation that both lungs and trees intake important elements from air. As far as SSC … Read more

Contribution Of Aryabhatta In Mathematics

 Contribution of aryabhatta in mathematics Number notation Numerical values He made a notation system in which digits are denoted with the help of alphabet numerals e.g., 1 = ka, 2 = Kha, etc. Aryabhatta assigned numerical values to the 33 consonants of the Indian alphabet to represent 1,2,3…25,30,40,50,60,70,80,90,100. Notation system  He invented a … Read more

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