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Aptitude – Shortcuts for Addition and Subtraction

Addition is one of the four basic operations of arithmetic, with the others being subtraction, multiplication and division. The addition of two whole numbers is the total amount of those quantities combined. SHORTCUTS IN ADDITION: Addition of numbers close to multiples of ten (e.g. 19, 29, 89, 99 etc.) 116 + 39 = 116 + …

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Aptitude – Shortcuts for Multiplication

Multiplication of whole numbers is equivalent to a repeated addition; that is, the multiplication of two numbers is equivalent to adding as many copies of one of them, the multiplicand, as the value of the other one, the multiplier. Normally, the multiplier is written first and multiplicand second, though this can vary, as the distinction is not …

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Shortcut of Heights and Distances

Shortcut 85: Using tanƟ Ɵ                                tan 0                                    0 30                            [latex]1/\sqrt3 [/latex] 45                                  1 60                             [latex] \sqrt3[/latex] 90                              [latex]\infty [/latex] Question: A man on a boat saw a tower of height 100m at an angle of 60o. What is the distance between the man and …

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Shortcut of Number system

Shortcut 77: Divisibility test Divisibleby                                    Rule 2                            Last digit of a number should be 0,2,4,6, or 8 3                            Sum of the digit should be divisible by 3 4                            Last two digits of a number should be divisible by 4 5                            Last digit of a number should be 0 or 5 6                             Number should be divisible …

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Shortcut of Simple and Compound Interest

Shortcut 75: Simple interest [latex]SI=\frac{PNR}{100}[/latex] P = Principle amount invested or borrowed R = Rate of interest per term N = Number of terms Term = duration for which interest is calculated Question: A man invested Rs. 10000 at 4% per annum simple interest. What is the interest he will get at the end of …

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