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Quantitative Aptitude

### Difference between Compound interest and Simple interest formula

Shortcut tricks to find the difference between simple interest and compound interest saves lot of time and efforts in competitive exams. Aspirants are advised to go through the content of this post for exams.

Quantitative Aptitude

### MCQ on Approximation

MCQ on Approximation for all Competitive exams 1) $$\displaystyle 7231\div 21\times 1.7=?$$ (a) 585 (b) 650 (c) 555 (d) 525 (e) 505 2) $$\displaystyle \frac{1}{8}of\frac{2}{3}of\frac{3}{5}of1715=?$$ (a) 80 (b) 85 (c) 90 (d) 95 (e) 75 3) $$\displaystyle \sqrt[3]{{5332}}=?$$ (a) 8 (b) 38 (c) 58 (d) 68 (e) 18 4) $$\displaystyle \sqrt[3]{{4663}}+349=?\div 21.003$$ (a) 7600 (b)

Quantitative Aptitude

### Percentages

Percentage, which is clear by the name, implies “for every hundred”. This concept is actually developed to make the comparison of fractions easier by equalizing the denominators of all fractions to a hundred. (Read article “Profit and Loss”) OR In mathematics, a percentage is a number or ratio that can be expressed as a fraction of 100.

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### Algebra

In this section, we will discuss about what actually are algebraic expressions? How are they written? I know a lot must be going in your minds right now. Don’t you worry I’m here for you? Basically, algebraic expressions are made up of integers constant, variables, and algebraic operations. For example: 5×2 + 3xy – 2 ,

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### Trigonometry (Part-3)

As in the last section we have learned about the complementary angles and heights and distances, in this section we will learn about Trigonometry (Value Based and Simplification). We learned the values of 30o, 45o, 60o, 90o of different trigonometric functions, here will see how we find out the values of the other trigonometric values. Signs

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### Trigonometry (Part-2)

As in the last section we learned about the basics of trigonometry, in this section we will continue further with two topics i.e., Complementary Angles and Heights and Distance. In the first part we will first cover complementary angles and in the next heights & distances. So, let’s start with the first part. Complementary angles: –  Do