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Description

This course educates learners in Quantitative Mathematics in an innovative way by focusing more on building confidence in you by making the concepts crystal clear and teaching you wonderful short-cuts, especially keeping in view the strict timelines in solving questions of Aptitude with accuracy, rather than on formulae-learning.

This shall be a comprehensive course keeping in view the varying nature of questions as they appear in various exams. The course will start from the very basics and then gradually build a solid foundation encompassing all the topics of aptitude that will serve you better and better in every way in every ensuing exam. The course shall include:

· Number System, and the most innovative short-cut to finding the rational value of a non-terminating and non-recurring decimal number, howsoever complex.

· Prime numbers, Factors, HCF, LCM

· Base System of Numbers

· Average

· Ratio and Percentage

· Profit-Loss and Discounts

· Simple and Compound Interest

· Alligations

· Distance, Time and Speed,

· Time and Work

· Boat and Streams, in a most innovative short-cut to finding values of parameters in seconds

· Trigonometry

· Probability

· Mensuration

· Progression

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The method of instruction shall include a combination of lectures and regular exercises.

After taking this course the learner will understand the basics of the course and shall be able to analyze and solve even the complex questions within tight strict timelines of the exam.

Enroll today and let's start working and learning together!

What will you learn?

- Students shall master various topics of Quantitative Aptitude with less and less focus on cramming of formulae and with more focus on understanding concepts and tactics
- This course will ensure that the students get additional marks in Quantitative Aptitude part of curriculum, by attempting more question in scheduled time and also correctly.

What knowledge and tools are required?

- Basics of mathematics like counting, tables etc. Not any specialized knowledge
- A laptop along with a good internet connection and notebook must be kept handy. Any reference book on Quantitative Aptitude, either in Hindi or in Englihs, will also be a welcome step, though not a strict requirement.

Who should take this course?

- All learners who are taking any competitive exam, as Quantitative Aptitude is always an integral part of the curriculum
- SSC CGL
- RBI Grade B
- IBPS PO
- ALL PSCs Exam Preparation
- SBI PO
- CAT/CSAT/CLAT

Lecture 1 :- Number System 01

- Topics

- 1. Domain of numbers
- 2. Conversion of non-terminating non-recurring numbers in rational number
- 3. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 2 :- Number System 02

- Topics

- 1. Conversion of very large non-terminating non-recurring numbers in rational num
- 2. Algebra of rational and irrational numbers
- 3. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 3 :- Number System 03

- Topics

- 1. Indices
- 2. BODMAS
- 3. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 4 :- Number System 04

- Topics

- 1. Prime and Composite numbers
- 2. Rules of divisibility
- 3. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 5 :- Number System 05

- Topics

- 1. Algebraic identities
- 2. Inequalities
- 3. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 6 :- Number System 06

- Topics

- 1. Factorization, Factors
- 2. Prime factorization, Number of factors
- 3. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 7 :- Number System 07

- Topics

- 1. HCF, HCF of fractions
- 2. Advanced HCF
- 3. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 8 :- Number System 08

- Topics

- 1. Multiples, LCM, LCM of fractions
- 2. Advanced LCM
- 3. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 9 :- Number System 09

- Topics

- 1. P!, largest power of n which divides P!
- 2. The number of zeros in P!
- 3. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 10 :- Number System 10

- Topics

- 1. Negative remainders
- 2. Unit digits
- 3. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 11 :- Average

- Topics

- 1. Concepts
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 12 :- Ratio Proportion and Percentage -1

- Topics

- 1. Concepts
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 13 :- Ratio Proportion and Percentage - 2

- Topics

- 1. Concepts of Direct proportion and inverse proportion
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 14 :- Profit-Loss and Discounts - 1

- Topics

- 1. Concept and Nomenclature, Profit and Loss
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 15 :- Profit-Loss and Discounts - 2

- Topics

- 1. Profit and Loss
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 16 :- Profit-Loss and Discounts - 3

- Topics

- 1. Marked Price or List Price and Discounts; Successive Discounts
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 17 :- Profit-Loss and Discounts - 4

- Topics

- 1. Two and three Successive Discounts, n number of Successive Discounts
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 18 :- Profit-Loss and Discounts – 5

- Topics

- 1. Shortcuts
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 19 :- Simple and Compound Interest - 1

- Topics

- 1. Concept
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 20 :- Simple and Compound Interest - 2

- Topics

- 1. Concept
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 21 :- Distance, Time, Speed and Trains

- Topics

- 1. Concept
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 22 :- Boats and Streams

- Topics

- 1. Concept
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 23 :- Time and Work

- Topics

- 1. Concept
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 24 :- Pipes and Cisterns

- Topics

- 1. Concept
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 25 :- Logarithm and Exponential power

- Topics

- 1. Concept
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 26 :- Alligations and Mixture

- Topics

- 1. Concept
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 27 :- Trigonometry - 1

- Topics

- 1. Trigonometric Ratios and Values for different angles
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 28 :- Trigonometry - 2

- Topics

- 1. Trigonometric Identities, Quadrants’ concepts
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 29 :- Trigonometry - 3

- Topics

- 1. Concept of Distance problems
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 30 :- Progressions - 1

- Topics

- 1. Arithmetic progression (AP), General term of an AP
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 31 :- Progressions - 2

- Topics

- 1. The sum of n terms of an AP
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 32 :- Progressions - 3

- Topics

- 1. Geometric progression (GP), General term of a GP
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 33 :- Progressions - 4

- Topics

- 1. The sum of n terms of a GP, Infinite series
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 34 :- Principles of Counting - 1

- Topics

- 1. Fundamental principal of counting, Multiplication&Addition Theorem,No Factorial
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 35 :- Principles of Counting - 2

- Topics

- 1. What are Permutation and Combination? Permutation is arrangement
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 36 :- Principles of Counting - 3

- Topics

- 1. Permutations
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 37 :- Principles of Counting - 4

- Topics

- 1. What are Permutation and Combination? Combination is selection
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 38 :- Principles of Counting - 5

- Topics

- 1. Circular arrangements
- 2. Binomial Expansion

Lecture 39 :- Principles of Counting - 6

- Topics

- 1. Number of Integral solutions a linear equation?
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 40 :- Principles of Counting - 7

- Topics

- 1. Highest power of a number P in N!, When the number P is a Prime Number
- 2. Highest power of a number P in N!, When the number is a Composite Number
- 3. How many zeros does one number have?
- 4. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 41 :- Probability - 1

- Topics

- 1. Concept, Events, Sample Space, Outcomes, Favovrable outcomes, Probability
- 2. Independent Events, Concept of using Perutations & Combinations in finding Prob
- 3. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 42 :- Probability - 2

- Topics

- 1. Mutually Exclusive events, Concept of using Permutations and Combinations
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 43 :- Mensuration - 1

- Topics

- 1. Perimeter, Area
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 44 :- Mensuration - 2

- Topics

- 1. Volume, Surface area
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

Lecture 45 :- Mensuration - 3

- Topics

- 1. Perimeter, Area, Volume, Surface area
- 2. Problems solving and problem-solving methods

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