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Simplification

Practice as much as you can. 20% of the Quantitative Aptitude section is made of this chapter alone. The best approach is to target these questions early. They can be solved quickly and the concepts are easy to understand. Make sure to practice quick mental calculations while solving these questions because it is easy to save time here. Use the short tricks methods of doing the faster calculation.

Important formulae and tricks and shortcuts of Simplification:

We are providing you Important Concepts and Tricks on Simplification which are usually asked in almost all competitive exams like IBPS, Govt. Exams and CAT and in quantitative aptitude of MNCs. Use these below given tricks to solve questions within minimum time. These tricks will be very helpful for your upcoming Competitive Exam.

Simplification is one of the most important part of Quantitative Aptitude section of any competitive exam. Today we are sharing all the techniques to solve Simplification questions quickly.
 

Rules of Simplification
V → Vinculum
B → Remove Brackets - in the order ( ) , { }, [ ] 
O → Of
D → Division
M → Multiplication
A → Addition
S → Subtraction
 
Dividend = ( Divisor✘ Quotient ) + Remainder
 
or
 
Divisior= [(Dividend)-(Remainder] / Quotient

 

Sum Rules:

(1+2+3+.........+n) = 1/n(n+1)
(12+22+32+.........+n2) = 1/n (n+1) (2n+1)
(13+23+33+.........+n3) = 1/4 n2 (n+1)2

 

Arithmetic Progression (A.P.)

a, a + d, a + 2d, a + 3d, ....are said to be in A.P. in which first term = a and common difference = d.
Let the nth term be tn and last term = l, then
a) nth term = a + ( n - 1 ) d
b) Sum of n terms = n/2 [2a + (n-1)d]
c) Sum of n terms = n/2 (a+l) where l is the last term

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