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Top Important Dates in world history

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B.C.

776      : First Olympiad in Greece.

753      : Rome founded.
490      :Battle of Marathon; the Greeks defeated the Iranians/ Persians
327-26 : Invasion of India by Alexander, Battle of Hydaspes
221       : Chin-Hung Ti ‘Univesral Emperor in China, Great Wall of China completed
55         :Invasion of Britain by Julius Caesar the Great Roman General
44        :Assassination of Julius Caesarby Brutus
4          :Birth of Jesus Christ

A.D.

29        Crucifixion of Jesus Christ
43 Roman conquest of Britain.
570 Birth of Prophet Muhammad at Mecca
622 Migration of Muhammad from Mecca to Medina (‘Fijird), Beginning of Hijira Era
(Muhammadan calender) on July 15
800 Charlemagne crowned Roman Emperor at St. Peter’s.
871 Accession of Alfred the Greatto the throne of Britain
901 Death of King Alfred the Great.

how to 9999*9997 in 5 secs with Base method

Procedure Do the tricks

  1. Find the near base
  2. divide into two sections 
  3. left side is cross sum and right side multiplication of two values
  4. for right side we need to take result number should be equal to the number of zeros in base


For better knowing we will take simple Example

1) Solve 7*8? It is easy for this but in the point of large numbers it is useful
Ans)    step by step

  •  Finding the nearer base 
                            7       near base is 10  
                            8       near base is 10  
  • Finding the Deviation from Base
                             7         -3( it comes 10-7=  -3)
                             8         -2 ( it comes 10-8= -2)
  • Next step DO the the third step
                             7          -3
                             8         -2
                   —————————–
     Either (7+(-2) or (8+(-3)   |     multliply -3*-2( take result euqal to num of zeros in base)
                            5     |     6
          So ans is  7*8  =  56

2.  Solve 999*996?

Ans)   
  •      Near Base is 1000
  • Finding the Deviation
                      999          -1
                     996          -4
  • FInd the ans  by cross sum and multiplication
                     999           -1
                     996          -4
           ——————————–
                    995     |       4( is the right ans but not because num of zeros in base is 3 so we will take 004)
    =>             9997           -3
                     9999           -1
           ——————————–
                    9996    |       3(

So the final answer is  999*996   =   995004


3.Find  9997*9999? 

Ans)   
  •      Near Base is 10000
  • Finding the Deviation
                      9997          -3
                      9999          -1
  • FInd the ans  by cross sum and multiplication
        =>         9997           -3
                     9999           -1
           ——————————–
                    9996    |       3( is the right answer but not because num of zeros in the base is 3 so we will take 004)
         =>        9997           -3
                     9999           -1
           ——————————–

                    9996    |       003

So the final ans is  999*996   =   9996003


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Vacancy details As per the categeory
Post Code Subject SC ST OBC UR Total Code of posting location
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 0102 Automobile Eng  A2,B2,C2 
 0103 Botany  D2,H1 
 0104 Chemical Eng 10  13  A3,H2,J1,N1,P2, V1
 0105 Chemistry 3 2 9 10 24 A3,D2,G1,H1,H2, J1,J2,K1,K2,N1, P2
0106 Civil Enginnering 0 0 1 3 4 A1,D2,H2
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0111 Electronics or Electronics & Communication or Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering 10 8 26 56 100 B1,B2,C2,D1,D2, H2,J2,K2,M1,P2
0112 Geology 0 0 1 2 3 D2
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0114 Library Science 0 1 3 7 11 A1,C2,D2,H2,N1, P2
0115 Mathematics 3 0 2 3 8 D2,M2
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Basics of Profit and Loss-Part1

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Profit and Loss

Basic Definitions and Formulas

  • Cost price (C.P.): Buying price.
  • Selling price (S.P.): sales Price.
  • Profit/Gain: If the selling price is more than the cost price, the difference between them is the profit occurred.
Formula: Profit/ Gain = S.P. – C.P.
  • Loss: If the selling price is less than the cost price, the difference between them is the loss occurred.

Formula: Loss = Cost price (C.P.) – Selling Price (S.P.)
  • Profit or Loss is always calculated on the cost price.
  • Marked price: This is the price marked as the selling price on an article, also known as the listed price.
  • Discount or Rebate: This is the reduction in price offered on the marked or listed price.
Below is the list of some basic formulas used in solving questions on profit and loss:
  • Gain % = (Gain / CP) * 100
  • Loss % = (Loss / CP) * 100
  • SP = [(100 + Gain%) / 100] * CP
  • SP = [(100 – Loss %) / 100]*CP
The above two formulas can be stated as,
If an article is sold at a gain of 10%, then SP = 110% of CP.
If an article is sold at a loss of 10%, then SP = 90% of CP.
  • CP = [100 / (100 + Gain%)] * SP
  • CP = [100 / (100 – Loss%)] * SP

Profit and Loss: Solved Examples

Question 1: An article is purchased for Rs. 450 and sold for Rs. 500. Find the gain percent.
Solution:
Gain = SP – CP = 500 – 450 = 50.
Gain% = (50/450)*100 = 100/9 %
Question 2: A man sold a fan for Rs. 465. Find the cost price if he incurred a loss of 7%.
Solution:
CP = [100 / (100 – Loss %)] * SP
Therefore, the cost price of the fan = (100/93)*465 = Rs. 500
Question 3: In a transaction, the profit percentage is 80% of the cost. If the cost further increases by 20% but the selling price remains the same, how much is the decrease in profit percentage?
Solution:
Let us assume CP = Rs. 100.
Then Profit = Rs. 80 and selling price = Rs. 180.
The cost increases by 20% → New CP = Rs. 120, SP = Rs. 180.
Profit % = 60/120 * 100 = 50%.
Therefore, Profit decreases by 30%.
Question 4: A man bought some toys at the rate of 10 for Rs. 40 and sold them at 8 for Rs. 35. Find his gain or loss percent.
Solution:
Cost price of 10 toys = Rs. 40 → CP of 1 toy = Rs. 4.
Selling price of 8 toys = Rs. 35 → SP of 1 toy = Rs. 35/8
Therefore, Gain = 35/8 – 4 = 3/8.
Gain percent = (3/8)/4 * 100 = 9.375%
Question 5: The cost price of 10 pens is the same as the selling price of n pens. If there is a loss of 40%, approximately what is the value of n?
Solution:
Let the price of each pen be Re. 1.
Then the cost price of n pens is Rs. n and
the selling price of n pens is Rs. 10.
Loss = n-10.
Loss of 40% → (loss/CP)*100 = 40

Therefore, [(n-10)/n]*100 = 40 → n = 17 (approx)

basics of simplification for SSC UPSC IBPS

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Simplification

Step 1: Parts of the expression enclosed in ‘Brackets’ must be solved first. Inside the brackets, once again BODMAS rules apply!
Step  2: The mathematical operators ‘of’ and ‘order’ must be solved next. ‘Of’ means part of and is solved by substituting with a multiplication sign. ‘Order’ is the same as exponent. Powers are solved after brackets. Powers also include roots.
Step 3: Next, the parts of the equation that contain ‘Division’ and ‘Multiplication’ are calculated.
Step 4: Last but not least, the parts of the equation that contain ‘Addition’ and ‘Subtraction’ should be calculated.
Here is an example, to help you understand the BODMAS rule concept.

EXAMPLE:

What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following question?
240 ÷ 8 × 512 ÷ 4 + ½ of {1800 ÷ (11 × 24 ÷ 8 × 3 – 69)2} = ?
(1) 4111
(2) 3441
(3) 4441
(4) 3841
Ans: (4)
Solution:
Given expression is,
240 ÷ 8 × 512 ÷ 4 + ½ of {1800 ÷ (11 × 24 ÷ 8 × 3 – 69)2} = ?
According to the BODMAS, first we need to solve the Brackets.
Here in this equation first we will solve curly bracket and inside the bracket, we will again follow BODMAS Rule. In the curly bracket once again another bracket appears. So we solve that bracket first. Within these smaller brackets, there is no ‘of’ or ‘order’, so we proceed with the following steps in BODMAS.
We see multiplication, division and subtraction signs. Since multiplication and division are of the same rank, we go left to right to solve this. First we multiply, then we divide. Then we perform the second multiplication. After that, we proceed to the subtraction.
Here are the steps to illuminate this process.
⇒ 240 ÷ 8 × 512 ÷ 4 + ½ of {1800 ÷ (264 ÷ 8 × 3 – 69)2} = ?
⇒ 240 ÷ 8 × 512 ÷ 4 + ½ of {1800 ÷ (33 × 3 – 69)2} = ?
⇒ 240 ÷ 8 × 512 ÷ 4 + ½ of {1800 ÷ (99 – 69)2} = ?
⇒ 240 ÷ 8 × 512 ÷ 4 + ½ of {1800 ÷ 302} = ?
Now we have reached the end of the small brackets. We encounter our first exponent. So we need to solve this ahead of division.
Now solving curly bracket,
⇒ 240 ÷ 8 × 512 ÷ 4 + ½ of {1800 ÷ 900} = ?
⇒ 240 ÷ 8 × 512 ÷ 4 + ½ of 2 = ?
So far we have cleared all the brackets. Now we move to the next step. We come across our first ‘of’. Here, we simply treat ‘of’ as product i.e. multiplication. But note that, ‘of’ will be solved before a regular multiplication.
⇒ 240 ÷ 8 × 512 ÷ 4 + ½ × 2 = ?
⇒ 240 ÷ 8 × 512 ÷ 4 + 1 = ?
Now, we have cleared our expression of all brackets, exponents and ‘of’s. We now move to the 3rd step. Here we perform all the divisions and multiplications. Note that these two operations are the same rank. So we perform either in the order we come across them in, from left to right.
⇒ 30 × 512 ÷ 4 + 1 = ?
⇒ 15360 ÷ 4 + 1 = ?
⇒ 3840 + 1 = ?
Now we have cleared the expression of all multiplication and division operations as well. All we are left with is addition and subtraction.
⇒ ? = 3841
Hence, the required answer is 3841.

Now, Try It Yourself:
Que. 1
What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following question?
24 + 13 – 5 × ½ of 10 – {45 ÷ (17 – 2)} =?
1.
11 
2.
-7 
3.
9
4.
18

Solution

Answer:

Follow BODMAS rule to solve this question:
Given expression is,
24 + 13 – 5 × ½ of 10 – {45 ÷ (17 – 2)} =?
⇒ ? = 24 + 13 – 5 × ½ of 10 – {45 ÷ (15)}
⇒ ? = 24 + 13 – 5 × ½ of 10 – {3}
⇒ ? = 24 + 13 – 5 × (½ × 10) – 3      (of means ‘×’)
⇒ ? = 24 + 13 – 5 × 5 – 3
⇒ ? = 24 + 13 – 25 – 3
⇒ ? = 9
Hence, the required answer is 9.