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Problem on trains formula

Formulas of problems on trains with clear explanation is displayed here,

Conversion of kilo meter per hour to meter per second :
To convert km/hr to m/s:
u (km/hr) = u*5/18 (ms/s)
Conversion of meter per second kilo to meter per hour :
To convert m/s to km/hr:
v (m/s) = v*18/5 (km/hr).
speed = distance / time or length /time.

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Train Problems

Problems on trains questions and answers

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problems on trains along with solutions.

Time and Work formula shortcuts Tricks Aptitude Question

Answers pdf
Shortcut tricks are used here to solve the numerical
problems on time and work. This shortcut makes the
preparation of aptitude questions for exams like UPSC,
SSC, CAT, MAT, GMAT, GRE, MBA competitive exams
and all bank exams such as IBPS, SBI easier.

Time and work aptitude questions

First, we need to know about the time and work basic

concepts, then only we can get into solving the problems.
The next thing is to know the time and work formulas, then
it is easier to learn the difficult problems.

Time and work important formulas

Time and work problems formulae are given below. In the
formula we have explained with men and women. For
example we have taken A and B as working men or

Time and work basic formulas

Time and work problems are frequently asked in

quantitative aptitude test in all exams. There are 9 rules to
solve the questions faster by short cut methods and tricks.
M is person, D is days and W is work.
T is time and E is efficiency.
Rule 1: Universal Rule.
M1D1W2 = M2D2W1
M1D1T1W2 = M2D2T2W1 (When time is given )

M1D1T1E1W2 = M2D2T2E2W1 (When efficiency is

Rule 2 : If A can do a piece of work in n days.
In one day work done by A is 1/n.
Rule 3: A can do a work in D1 days, B can do
same work in D2 days. A and B together do
the same work in how many days ?
Formula= (D1*D2)/(D1+D2)
Rule 4: If A is twice as good as B, then A will
take 1/2 time taken by B to complete a work.
B alone can finish in 2x days ( x is work done by A )
Rule 5: If A is thrice as good a as B, then A
will take 1/3rd of the time taken by B to
complete a work.
B alone can finish in 3x days
Rule 6: If A and B together can do a piece of
work in x days.

B and C together takes y days and C and A together

takes in z days, then same work can be done by A, B and
C alone is ?
Remaining rules and formula are given in pdf notes
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How to solve time and work problems

Time and work examples are given here to practice
quantitative aptitude question. An Important problem with
a solution for an example is derived and given.

We hope that you now understood the concept of time and

work. Let us start with the different type of time and work
problems. Practice these questions with answers to get
through on the concepts.

Time and work aptitude questions with

Time and work solved examples are solved here in an
easier way. Check out the set of four different important
problems and tricks to solve those problems.

Profit and Loss Formulas

Basic formulas for profit and Loss is given below.
S.P- Selling Price;C.P-Cost Price
Profit =S.P C.P ; Loss= C.P S.P.
Gain%= (Gain *100 / C.P); Loss%=(Loss*100 / S.P)

S.P= (100 + Gain%) / 100 * (C.P); S.P=(100 Loss%) /

100 * (C.P)
C.P=(100/(100 + gain%)* (S.P)); C.P=(100/(100 Loss%)
* (S.P))

How to solve Profit and Loss problems

Example: If the price of the 12 tables is
equal to the selling price of 16 tables , then
the percent of loss is?
The Cost price of 1 table is Rs. 1
The same for 16 tables = 16
Selling price of 16 table = 12; Loss = C.P S.P
Loss = 16 12 =4
Loss%=(Loss*100 / S.P); Loss% = (4 / 16 ) * 100 = 25%

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Problem based on ages tricks


Here the important formulas in problem of ages maths are

Consider the letter y to represent the age of a person.
If the current age is, y then n times the age =
If the current age is y, then age n years later =
y + n.
If the current age is y, then age n years ago =
y n.
The ages in a ratio a : b will be ay and by.
If current age is y, then 1 / n of the age is y / n.

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Quantitative aptitude problem on ages

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Formula for Average aptitude problems

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Average formula, solved aptitude questions and

answers, shortcut method pdf
Problems on average is also one category which
comes under quantitative aptitude test. In this post
we have given some useful formula for
average, shortcut method and tricks. This is
important topic to be in your preparation list if you
are appearing in exams like CAT, MAT, GRE, GMAT,
IBPS, SBI all bank exams etc. We also given
example for solve average problems. Average
problems tricks, help us to understand the
shortcuts on average problems. It is also known as
arithmetic mean.

Sum of all numbers divided by total numbers.

Average Formula Aptitude Problems

Average important formula and

average speed

Simple average and average speed formula

How to solve average problems

Average example problems are explained step by

Example: A fruit man has a sale of Rs. 6000, Rs.

5000, Rs.4000, Rs. 2000 for 4 consecutive months.
How much should he have in the fifth month so
that he gets an average of Rs. 3600?
Solution and Explanation:
Sale for 4 consecutive months = RS. (6000 + 5000
+ 4000 + 2000 )
= RS. 17000
Required sale: Rs. [(3600 * 5) 17000]
= Rs. (18000 17000)
= Rs. 1000
In this example, the amount of four sale is given.
This problem is solved by average problems tips.
We hope now you understood the concept of
average formula. Let us start with other various
types of important questions in average.

Example problems on average with

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Permutation and Combination Formula

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Permutations and combinations aptitude test

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Combination and permutation is one of the topic
comes under aptitude questions. The formula of
this is used to find the solution of the
problem. Quantitative aptitude problems on
this topic is very useful for the preparation of MBA
exams like GRE, GMAT, CAT, MAT, bank exams like
SBI, IBPS. Permutation & combination math
become easy only when you go through the basics.
The aptitude sums with formula, tips, shortcuts
were posted here. You can also find here the
answer for the difference between them. Lets
us first start with combination and
permutation formulae.

Between permutation and

Permutation and combination difference

Permutation and combination

formula with example pdf
Formula of permutation and combination is given
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In the above given formula of permutation and

combination the concepts were explained clearly.
Basic concept and notes of permutation and
combination link given below.
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Permutation and combination

problems shortcut tricks
Example permutation and combination with
answers are given below.
Combination formula: nCr

We hope that you

understood the concept of combination. Let we
now start with the numerical problems on
permutation and combination which is derived
using the important formulas and solutions also
given for each questions.

Aptitude questions on permutation and combination

Permutation combination questions

with answers
Questions on permutation and combination with
answers are given so you no need to find the
answers somewhere. This section will give you the

tricks to solve the important questions in this topic.

In this you have a set of four different problems
solved in quicker method which will help you to
practice the problems.
Permutation formula : nPr
1. In how many different ways can the letters of the
word LEADER be arranged in such a way that the
vowels always come together?
2. A box contains 2 white balls, 3 black balls and 4
red balls. In how many ways can 3 balls be drawn
from the box, if at least one black ball is to be
included in the draw?
3.In a group of 6 boys and 4 girls, four children are
to be selected. In how many different ways can
they be selected such that at least one boy should
be there?

LCM and HCF Formulas Aptitude

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LCM and HCF Formulas, shortcuts, Aptitude

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LCM and HCF solved problems using the formulas
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the post you will definitely have the answer for the
difference between lowest common multiple and
highest common factor. This post will help you in
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and bank exams like IBPS, SBI etc. LCM and HCF
example, with answers is given in this post. Let us
start with the basic concept of lowest common
multiple and highest common factor.

Lowest common multiple and highest common factor relation

LCM and HCF formulas

The least number exactly divisible by given

number is called LCM. There are two methods,
factorization and division method (shortcut). LCM is
very easy to find because these problems are
learned in schools.

Lowest common multiple and Highest common factor concept

LCM and HCF formulae

How to solve LCM and HCF problems

Quantitative aptitude problems based on this
topic given with an example,

Example of LCM and HCF Aptitude problems

We hope that now you have understood the

concept of numerical problems on this topic. In the
next section you can find a set of 4
quantitative aptitude questions with solution on
this topic.

Highest common factor example

LCM and HCF problems with solutions

Hard LCM and HCF questions were solved here
using the shortcut tips. The frequently asked
problems are find the LCM and HCF of given
number or the HCF and LCM will be given, you
need to find the lowest and highest number exactly
divides it by leaving x reminder.

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Square Roots and Cube Roots Problem

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Square Root and Cube Root Aptitude questions and

answers Shortcuts Tricks activity table
Square roots and cube roots topic under the
aptitude question is the one we are going to learn
in this post. The tricks to solve the problem is also
given here. It is helpful in preparation of exams like
CAT, MAT, GMAT, MBA competitive exams and all
bank exams IBPS, SBI. This can be calculated only
when the important formulas are known. Along
with the concept, square roots, cube
roots worksheets also given in this post. Addition to
this important questions are also given. The
quantitative aptitude problems were explained with
an example.

Square Roots and Cube Roots worksheets

Square and cube formula pdf of

Squaring and cubing formulas with explanation is
given here.

Square roots and cube roots formula

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Example of square root and cube

Squares cubes and root problems are explained

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We hope now you have understood the

numerical problem on this topic. Some more
examples of square root and cube root is explained

Questions on square roots and cube


Practice on the given important problems to

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Square Roots and Cube Roots aptitude questions

Shortcut video tutorial on square roots and

cube roots

Mixture and Alligation concept Aptitude

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Mixture and Alligation questions and answers

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Mixture and alligation is one of the topics which
comes under aptitude questions. It can be solved
by mixture formulas. Alligation alternate ideas also
given here. Alligation math is very useful for the
preparation of CAT, MAT, GMAT, GRE, MBA
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Alligation and mixture

Mixture and alligation formula

Mixture and alligation numerical problems can be
solved using the below given formulas.

Alligation and mixture formula

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How to solve allegation and mixture

The solution for alligation problems with milk and
water mixture is explained below.

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Mixture and alligation solved problems

Mathematical mixture problems or mixture math
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Problem on alligation and mixture

Probability Problems
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Probability problems
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Numerical aptitude
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probability are explained
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shortcut tricks. Aptitude
tricks which we have
given here provides
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PO etc. Similarly, you will
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answers, video lecture,
formulas, solved
problems, note, shortcuts
and tricks. Tips and
shortcuts based on this
topic help to solve the
problem quicker.

Probability Problems Formulas

Questions Examples

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basic need to solve a
problem, here we gave
important Probability
formulas. We described

important terms such as

event, sample space,
probability of occurrence
of an event etc. To make
you understand
the Probability questions.

Important formulas 1

Important formulas 2

Tricks to solve

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Example with explanation

To learn the problems on

this topic, we have taken
a small problem as an
example. In the formula
we have seen that four
objects are usually
experimented as
examples for quantitative
aptitude questions. Based
on that we used dice in
this example. We hope
that from this example,
you have understood the

Probability aptitude
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Probability based aptitude
questions are explained
briefly so that you can
train yourself in this topic
as well. From simple
problems we started
explaining to the difficult

Probability aptitude questions with