## Maths short tricks in hindi For – SSC, BANK, RAILWAY, SSC-GD, RPF, VDO, UP POLICE & all exams

नमस्कार दोस्तों… इस Video में मैं Maths (गणित) के 6 महत्वपूर्ण प्रश्नों का चर्चा किया हुँ। जो GROUP D, SSC GD, RPF, VDO, UP POLICE और सभी परीक्षाओं के लिए बहुत ही महत्वपूर्ण है। मै उम्मीद करता हूँ कि आपको यह Video पसंद आया होगा। दोस्तों अगर आप किसी...

## Percentage Tricks Part-2 Shortcuts/Formula | Percentage Problems Tricks and Shortcut

Percentage Tricks/Shortcuts/Formula | Percentage Problems Tricks and Shortcuts | DSSSB, CTET, KVS Hey! Today we are going to learn very interesting and demanding topic “Percentage”. We will teach you how you can easily calculate percentage in your mind with this short trick and method. As always we will first...

## #GaganPratap PROFIT &LOSS lecture-1(high level questions)😎 for SSC CGL pre,mains,cds,cat by gagan

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## Discount for SSC/ BANK PO/CAT/MAT

DISCOUNT CHAPTER IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR SSC AND BANK PO,AKBAR SIR WHO HAS CLEARED SBI PO AND IBPS RRB PO CLEARELY EXPLAINED THE CONCEPT OF DISCOUNT. source

## SSC GD 2018 | PROFIT & LOSS | Top 5 Previous years Questions

In this video I will show you What type question of PROFIT AND LOSS Questions came in SSC GD exam and also teach you how to solve these type questions. #SSCGD #SSC #SSCGDmaths ssc gd ssc gd math, ssc gd class, ssc gd constable, ssc gd in hindi, ssc...

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## CAT Preparation – Profit and Loss Question 04

CAT level question in Profit and Loss – 04 Question: A merchant buys 80 articles, each at Rs. 40. He sells n of them at a profit of n% and the remaining at a profit of (100 – n)%. What is the minimum profit the merchant could have made...

## CAT Preparation – Profit and Loss Question 03

CAT level question in Profit and Loss – 03 Question: Traders A and B buy two goods for Rs. 1000 and Rs. 2000 respectively. Trader A marks his goods up by x%, while trader B marks his goods up by 2x% and offers a discount of x%. If both...

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