Quantitative Aptitude
Ratio and Proportion Based Questions
admin
admin
September 21, 2020
Ratio and Proportion is a Quantitative Aptitude concept that can be solved with various Tips and Tricks. The ratio concept usually introduces in school times with basic knowledge. But to crack the bank exams, we need to learn its shortcut, tip, and tricks to figure out the least time-taking ways. Let's see how Type I: A:B = 2:3 B:C = 1:4 What is...
Quantitative Aptitude
Partnership Tricks and Questions
shikha
shikha
April 13, 2020
Important Facts and Tricks of Partnership: Partnership: It is calculated when two or more persons run a business jointly, they are called partners and the deal is known as partnership.  The Ratio of Division of Gain/ LossĀ·         >>When Investment of all the partners is for the same period, the gain or loss is distributed in the ratio of their investment...
shikha
shikha
April 7, 2020
Ages is another Quantitative Aptitude topic that needs you to expertise and views a clear picture of understanding. Following some important or shortcut points to remember: Suppose If a person is in present Age = X   Two years before Age= X-2  (Present Age - Two years before) Three years later / Three years hence / After Three Years/ Age= X+3 (Present Age + 3 years later)...
Quantitative Aptitude
Higher Level Difficulty in Numbers
shikha
shikha
December 24, 2015
>>CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PDF FILE of NUMBERS..   In my last post, we have discussed simple problems based on Numbers but when difficulty factor goes on increasing, it becomes difficult to crack the puzzle.   Let see how to solve difficult part in Numbers Problem1: The ratio of two numbers is 3:2. If 10 and the sum of two...
Quantitative Aptitude
Numbers based Aptitude
shikha
shikha
December 16, 2015
>>CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PDF FILE of NUMBERS. Rules-based on Numbers is simple, no need to learn anything new. These are all, we have already done in our school times. Recall the Mathematical Formula in Algebra       (a + b)2 = a2 + b2 + 2ab(a - b)2 = a2 + b2 -2ab(a2 - b2 )= (a +...