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CUBE ROOT Tricks

CUBE ROOT निकालने की सबसे बेस्ट ट्रिक्स | CUBE ROOT Tricks in Hindi

CUBE ROOT निकालने की सबसे बेस्ट ट्रिक्स | CUBE ROOT Tricks in Hindi | PSCADDA अन्य आर्टिकल्स के लिए विजिट करे – http://www.pscadda.com/tag/aptitude pscadda CUBE ROOT Tricks – Aap jaante honge ki general method se kisi number ka cube root nikalana kitana tough and boring kaam hai. But mai aapko ek simple and easy trick bataunga . Jiski help se aap 4 se lekar 6 digit k kisi bhi number ka cube root easily calculate kar sakte ho. Iss trick se aapki mehanat and time dono bachega. To chaliye aaj ka shortcut tricks start karte hai. Cube root ko shortcut se solve karne se pahale mai aapko batadu ki cube and cube root kya hota hai? What is cube ? Read More

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Square Tricks in Hindi

1-999 तक SQUARE निकालें सिर्फ 4 सेकंड में | Square Tricks in Hindi

1-999 तक SQUARE निकालें सिर्फ 4 सेकंड में | Square Tricks in Hindi अन्य आर्टिकल्स के लिए विजिट करे – http://www.pscadda.com/tag/aptitude Mental math tricks. Aren’t they great? Little cheats and shortcuts to get you to your destination quicker and easier. And I’ve got another for you! This one will enable you to calculate any two-digit perfect square mentally. We talked about perfect squares once before in Lesson 2: The Decimal System, Exponents and a few Perfect Numbers. Check it out if you need a refresher! At this point, you should be comfortable with perfect squares up to twelve squared. Which is awesome, but what if you could simply calculate these two-digit squares with one simple method? Ready for this nifty Read More

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BODMAS Rule

BODMAS Rule [HINDI] | SSC CHSL | SSC CGL | IBPS Bank

BODMAS Rule – PSCADDA अन्य आर्टिकल्स के लिए विजिट करे – http://www.pscadda.com/tag/aptitude First, we must understand the use of brackets in mathematics. It is a very important part of forming and solving equations. Let us take an example. You went to the store to buy chocolates. You went a little overboard and bought ten chocolates. Two of them cost Rs. 10/- each, seven of them were Rs 5/- each and one was for Rs 30/-. Now how will you represent this mathematically? Well the equation will go something like this 2 × 10 + 5 × 7 + 1 × 30 = 85 However doesn’t the above equation seem very confusing? And if someone was asked to solve it he Read More