## Quantitative Aptitude SSC CGL: Blood Relations

So its many a times its confusing between two similar-seeming relations. Many a times reason being a large family tree with a lot of members in every family. But with a little practice and proper steps, it is possible to tell those. It is one of the topics which are both important for our exams and daily life cause we don’t want confusion between the relatives. The questions on blood relations are an integral part of the reasoning or mental ability section of almost all the competitive exams. You will mostly see…

## SSC CGL – General Intelligence & Reasoning (Syllabus And Mock Test)

This is one of the most scoring parts of the paper. It is because they require a little study and practice and are long lasting in memory. They are asked in many exams so we are usually prepared for some of the topics like a puzzle, word formation,  series formation, etc. Here are some of the topics which are frequently asked in SSC and  Bank PO  exams.   Number based Puzzles                           ( basic algebra or patterns) Blood Relation           …

## SSC CGL: Idioms And Phrases

Idioms And phrases are also some of the confusing topics and frequently asked in the English section. Idioms are the group of words whose meaning changes when used together although they give different meaning when used separately. Here are some most commonly asked Idioms with their meanings.   1. Once in a blue moon: ->Something that happens very rarely. 2.  Beating around the bush: ->Avoiding the main topic,(usually done to hide something) 3. Spill the beans: ->To disclose a secret 4.Piece of cake: ->Something that is easy to understand or do 5.Blessing…

## TRIGONOMERTRY : BASIC CONCEPTS, FORMULAE & SOLVED EXAMPLES (PART 2)

I hope you liked my previous article on the topic. Here is the second part with remaining topics. Hope you enjoyed the last article. Odd/Even Identities 1. sin (-x) = -sin x 2. cos (-x) = cos x 3. tan (-x) = -tan x 4. csc (-x) = -csc x 5. sec (-x) = sec x 6. cot (-x) = -cot x Sum/Difference Identities sin (x + y) = sin(x) cos(y) + cos(x) sin(y) cos(x + y) = cos(x) cos(y) – sin(x) sin(y) sin(x – y) = sin(x) cos(y) – cos(x)…

## TRIGONOMERTRY: Basic Concepts, Formulae & Solved Examples (Part 1)

Trigonometry Angles: The amount of turn between two straight lines that have a common point is called angles. Generally, angles are measured in degree or radian 1 degree = 60 minutes 1 minutes = 60 seconds Suppose an angle is given as 45°23’53’’, we read it as 45 degrees 23 minutes and 53 seconds. The basics of trigonometry start with right angle triangle. It is given as below : Trigonometric ratios sinθ = P/H                   cosecθ = H/P cosθ = B/H                   secθ = H-P tanθ = P/B                    cotθ = B/P   Let’s see the sign of trigonometric ratios in various…

## Decimal Fractions: Basic Concepts, Solved Problems and Solutions

Hello to all, I hope you guys have liked the eckovation the way it is helping the students to crack Exams like Bank PO, Clerk, SSC is tremendous. I hope you would have liked my last article and have solved all the homework questions. Guys do solved the homework questions it will definitely help you. Only by reading those articles will not help you to enhance your understanding. So its a request to all Please do solve all the homework questions that I am providing you in my articles. Today…

## Notes on Time and Distance: Basic Concept, Questions and Solutions

Hello to all, my new article on SBI Bank PO Exams 2018 has been posted you can read all details at SBI PO Exams 2018: All you Need to know to get a clear idea on what is SBI Bank PO all about. Today I’m going to tell you a very interesting topic that is Time and Distance. Time and Distance is very important topic in Aptitude so learn all the concepts well and try to solve the questions that I will give you at the end of this article. So let…

## Problems on Calendar: Basic Concept, Solved Examples and Questions

Hello to all, I hope you would have liked my last article on clock and have solved all the questions easily. But if you are finding it difficult to solve then you can tell your doubts in the comment section below. Today I’m going to discuss a very important topic that is ‘Calendar’. In this article I will tell what is the basic concept of Calendar, Solved Examples on Calendar and then 4-5 questions that you have to solve it on your own. Don’t worry would not be that difficult…