## Problems on Time and Work : Quantitative Aptitude

So, you are well prepared for the exam and have decided how much time you allot to every question for the best outcome of the exam. I am not going to discuss that point but the “Time And Work” problems asked in the eams. Work is any action performed which takes some input and produces some output accordingly. Basic formulae and tricks More men can do more work More men can do same work in less time More work means more time required. More efficient men can do work quickly….

## Problems on Average: Basic concept, Questions and Solutions

Today I am going to tell you about Average. As we all know Average is an important topic in Quantitative Aptitude for competitive exams. As we all know Bank Po Exams, MBA Exams and other competitive exams has become very important so I request you before reading this article kindly subscribe to http://banking.eckovation.com/ and join the group. Our group code is ECKOVATION APP | GROUP: 254198. For more information you can visit the https://www.eckovation.com/ or download the app from play store. Basic Definition:-            The word ‘Average’ is used in everyday…

## Quantitative Aptitude : Simple Interest and Compound Interest

Simple Interest and Compound Interest are some of the most important topics in SSC CGL exam as they have practical application in banking too. If you face confusion in understanding SI and CI, Then this article will provide will clear concept of the two. What is Interest? Interest is the amount paid to the loaner (who loans something) or gained on the amount called principal amount that we have borrowed or lent. It is charged according to a rate called interest rate and usually charged annually. There are two types of…

## Quantitative Aptitude: Important topics, Questions and Solutions

As I have discuss and have provide you with notes on topics like Profit and Loss, Ratio and Proportion and Percentage in my last article. And if you have not yet read my last article then please visit the http://banking.eckovation.com/ site and go to the notes section. Today I’m going to discuss the concept of important topic that is Simplification. So let us start. Basic Definition:- As we all know Simplification is the most important topic in every banking exams. Simplification is basically asked in quantitative aptitude to check whether the student…

## Notes on Quantitative Aptitude: Very Important for Competitive Exams.

As we all know how Quantitative Aptitude is very difficult and important topic from competitive exams point of view. Let us first discuss what is the meaning of quantitative aptitude? and why it is needed? Quantitative Aptitude is a topic that every competitive exams have. It consists of questions like arithmetic reasoning, graph, percentage, ratio and proportion and problems on ages. Quantitative Aptitude is a time bound test and therefore the candidates are tested with logical thinking and how the candidates can make effective decisions quickly under pressure. Now let…

## List Of Important Basic Maths Formulas

The list of basic math formulas which is very useful for mainly 11 grade, 12 grade and college grade students. Math formulas are very important and necessary to know the correct formula while solving the questions on different topics. If we remember math formulas we can solve any type of math questions. Algebra: ● Laws of Indices: (i) aᵐ ∙ aⁿ = aᵐ + ⁿ (ii) aᵐ/aⁿ = aᵐ – ⁿ (iii) (aᵐ)ⁿ = aᵐⁿ (iv) a = 1 (a ≠ 0). (v) a-ⁿ = 1/aⁿ (vi) ⁿ√aᵐ = aᵐ/ⁿ…

## Notes of Profit & Loss for Competitive Exam-III

Profit & Loss Profit and loss are the terms related to monetary transactions in trade and business. Whenever a purchased article is sold, then either profit is earned or loss is incurred.   Cost Price (CP) :This is the price at which an article is purchased or manufactured. Selling Price (SP): This is the price at which an article is sold.   Profit (SP>CP) :When an article is sold at a price more than its cost price, then profit is earned. Loss (CP>SP) :When an article is sold at a price lower…

## Notes of Profit & Loss for Competitive Exam-II

Cost Price–The price at which an article is purchased is called its cost price (C.P.) Selling Price-The price at which the article is sold is called its selling price (S.P.) If the cost price (C.P.) of the article is equal to the selling price (S.P.), Then there is no loss or gain. If the selling price (S.P.) > cost price (C.P.), then the seller is said to have a profit or gain, Gain or Profit = S.P. – C.P. If the cost price (C.P.) > selling price (S.P.), then the…