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Compound Interest Maths Class 3 for Competitive Exams - CI Practice test

Compound Interest Maths Class 3

CI Practice test

Continue with the Maths classes, today we are going to share Compound interest class number 3. We already shared the first 2 tutorials related to this topic. Those who miss out those maths tutorial can click on the given link below to access those tutorial.

Point which Tutor is going to discuss in this Compound Interest video:
1.    Important topic of Math with respect to any exams like BANKING, SSC, CDS, AFCAT, RAILWAYS, and other STATE government exams.

2.    Shortcuts of Compound Interest.

3.    Compound Interest short tricks.

4.    Questions given below in the Practice Test.

5.    Once we completed all the lectures of Compound Interest you can attempt any question in the exam.
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PRACTICE TEST OF COMPOUND INTEREST – 3
1.) Find the difference between simple interest and compound interest for one year at the rate of 20% per annum on Rs 20000 when compounded half-yearly.
(Ans 200)

2.) Find the difference between simple interest and compound interest for one year at the rate 40% per annum on Rs 20000 when compounded quarterly.
(Ans 1282)

3 Find the difference between compound interest on Rs 16000 for one year at the rate 20% per annum when compounded half-yearly and quarterly.
(Ans 88.1)

4.) A sum of money is lent out at Compound Interest at the rate 20% per annum for 2 years. It would fetch Rs 482 more if interest is compounded half-yearly. Find the sum.
(Ans 20000)

5.) If the difference between compound interest compounded half-yearly and simple interest on a sum at the rate 10% per annum for one year is Rs 25. Find sum.
(Ans 10000)

6.) A person invested Rs 20000 with the rate of interest at 20% per annum. The interest was compounded half-yearly for the first year and in the next year, it was compounded yearly. Find the total of interest earned in the two years.
(Ans 9040)

7.) A certain sum of money becomes Rs 2500 in 3 years and Rs 3000 in 4 years at compound interest. Find the rate of interest.
(Ans 20%)

8.) A certain sum of money becomes 64/25 times of itself after 2 years at compound interest. Find the rate of interest.
(Ans 60%)

Compound Interest Maths Class 2 - CI Questions and Answers - Practice Test on the basis of Compound Interest Class 2

Compound Interest Maths Class 2

Practice Test on the basis of Compound Interest Class 2

This is the Maths class lecture number 2 in which the tutor is going to explain various Compound Interest questions and Answer. The tutor is using various methods to find the solution fast during the examination. Those who had missed out on the previous lecture for Compound Interest can click on the following link to access that lecture.

We are advising new candidates to watch the first lecture before watching the 2nd one lecture. After watching the complete video lecture you have to solve the practice test by using pen and paper.

We have shared the various questions on the basis of the lecture and their Answers. You have to solve each compound interest questions and find the answer. After solving the questions match your answers with the correct answers which we shared with each question. You will be able to find your score after matching the answers. Practice more and more similar questions related to this topic and your speed will automatically increase to find the solutions.

Key Points related to the Compound Interest Maths Class 2:
1.    One of the most important topic of Maths with respect to any of the competitive exams like BANKING, SSC, CDS, AFCAT, RAILWAYS, and other STATE-LEVEL government exams.

2.    Using shortcuts to solve Compound Interest problems by explaining it through two years and three years concept.

3.    The tutor is trying to solve by using Shot tricks and No Formula.

4.    Questions are given for Practice below.

5.    Once we completed all the lectures of Compound Interest you will be able to attempt any question in competitive exam.

WATCH THE COMPOUND INTEREST LECTURE -2

Compound Interest Maths Class 1 - CI Questions and Answers by using Short Tricks - Maths Classes for Competitive Exams

Compound Interest Lecture -1

Maths Classes for Competitive Exams

Hello dear readers, we are going to share Compound Interest Lecture Number 1 related to the competitive exams. Continue with our Maths Classes this is Topic Number 3. This is a lecture about the CI Maths Tricks in the Hindi Language.

We have already covered the following topics: Profit And Loss and Ratio and Proportions. This is a new maths topic which is really important for competitive exams.
This is a new Topic under Maths section which is really important for all competitive exams including SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, IBPS PO, IBPS CLERK, SBI PO, SBI CLERK, UPSC, Railways, and other competitive examinations. Approximately 2-4 questions are being asked in every competitive examination from this topic of Maths.

Along with the video tutorial, we are going to share the PRACTICE TEST Related to this video tutorial. First of all, you have to watch the video class carefully after that you have to try to solve all these questions which we had shared in the practice test of compound interest.

Major Key Points related to this Compound Interest Video Tutorial:
1.    This is an important topic of Mathematics with respect to any exams like BANKING, SSC, CDS, AFCAT, RAILWAYS and other STATE Level Government exams.

2.    Basic Lecture of Compound Interest explaining two years and three years concept by using Maths trick.

3.    We will explain about the CI problems by using No Formula. We try to solve CI questions by using short tricks.

4.    We have shared the Question set below after the video which is really important for your Practice.

5.    Once we had completed all the lectures of Compound Interest you can attempt any question in the exam with ease.

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PRACTICE QUESTIONS OF COMPOUND INT – 1
1.) Find the Simple Interest on Rs 10000 for 2 years at the rate 5% per annum.
(Ans 1000)

2.) Find the Compound Interest on Rs 10000 for 2 years at the rate 5% per annum.
(Ans 1025)

3.) Find the difference between Simple Interest and Compound Interest on Rs 10000 for 2 years at a rate of 5% per annum.
(Ans 25)

4.) Find the Simple Interest on Rs 40000 for 3 years at the rate of 5% per annum.
(Ans 6000)

5.) Find the Compound Interest on Rs 40000 for 3 years at the rate 5% per annum.
(Ans 6305)

6.) Find the difference between Simple Interest and Compound Interest on Rs 40000 for 3 years at the rate 5% per annum.
(Ans 305)

7.) Find the Simple Interest and Compound Interest and difference between Simple Interest and Compound Interest on Rs 2160 for 3 years at the rate of 16 ⅔ % per annum.
(Ans 1080, 1270, 190)

Ratio and Proportion Part 7 for Competitive Exams - Maths Classes for Competitive Exams

Ratio and Proportion Lecture Number 7

Maths Classes for Competitive Exams

Shared By: Govt Job Portal

This is our Last Lecture related to the Ratio and Proportion topic for Competitive examination. We have already shared 6 lecture related to the Ratio and Proportion Maths Topic.

Those who miss out any of these any lecture can click on the following link to access all lectures of Maths: “ MathsPlaylist for Competitive Exams” .

We will come with a fresh topic day after tomorrow under the Maths section for competitive Examination. Those who are preparing for the entrance examination must subscribe to our website for regular updates. After watching the video tutorial does perform the practice test which we shared below along with correct answers based on the Ratio and Proportion Lecture Number:7.

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PRACTICE QUESTIONS OF RATIO AND PROP – 7
1.) Tom is chasing jerry. When tom jumps 7 times jerry jumps 8 times but 5 jumps of the tom is equal to the 6 jumps of the jerry. Find the ratio of the speed of Tom and Jerry.
(Ans 21 : 20)

2.) A hound pursues a hare and takes 5 leaps for every 6 leaps of the hare but 4 leaps of the hound are equal to 5 leaps of the hare. Compare the rates of hound and the hare?
(Ans 25 : 24)

3.) When 30% of one number is subtracted from another number the second number reduces to its four fifth. Find the ratio between the first and the second number respectively?
(Ans 2 : 3)

Maths Class on ratio and Proportion Lecture Number-6 for Competitive Exams

Ratio Proportion maths Class 6
Maths Classes for Competitive Examination

Ratio Proportion Class Number 6 for competitive examination. Today we are going to share with you the 6th class related to the Ratio and Proportion topic. We have covered all types of questions related to the ration and proportion in these 6 classes, the last lecture related to the Ratio Proportion is remaining that we will share a day after tomorrow.

We hope that you are enjoying our Maths classes related to the competitive examination. Students who had missed our 5 previous lecture can check them by clicking on the following link one by one:

You should watch all these 6 video classes related to the Ratio and Proportion topic to score full marks in the question coming from this topic only.

Approximately 3-5 ratio and proportion questions can come in every competitive examination. In the future, we are going to come with a new topic related to the Mathematic subject.

In this article we are going to share the Ratio and Proportion video lecture after that we will share the Practice test for our readers based on this video tutorial. We have also shared the correct answer to each question.

Try to Solve all the questions by using a pen and paper after watching the Video Class. Compare your answer with the correct answer to evaluate your score in the practice test.

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Ratio and Proportion Lecture 5 along with Practice Test : Maths Classes for Competitive Exam

Ratio and Proportion Lecture 5

Practice Test related to Ratio and Proportion Class 5

Maths Classes for Competitive Exam

Hello dear viewers, we are continuing our Maths classes for Competitive examination. We already share the 4 Lectures related to the Ratio and Proportion topic for all entrance examinations. This time we are going to share the 5th Lecture related to this topic.

We have covered the First Topic of Maths Class named as Profit and Loss. Those who have missed that Topic can click on the following link to access the Classes for Profit and Loss topic :

Below we are going to share the video tutorial related to the Ratio and Proportion Lecture 5 along with the Practice test. First of all, you have to watch the full video tutorial after that you will be able to solve these problems easily.

To access previous Maths Lecture related to the competitive examination can click on the following link:

WATCH MATHS CLASS ON RATIO AND PROPORTION LECTURE-5

PRACTICE QUESTIONS OF RATIO AND PROP – 5

1.) Two numbers are in the ratio of 3:5. If each number is increased by 20 then the new ratio becomes 5:7. Find the original numbers.
(Ans 30,50)

2.) Two numbers are in the ratio of 2:3. If each number is increased by 15 then the new ratio becomes 7:9. Find the original numbers.
(Ans 20,30)

Ratio and Proportion Maths Class 4 : Mathematics Class for Competitive Exams

Ratio and Proportion Maths Class 4

Maths Class for Competitive Exams

Maths classes for competitive exams. We are sharing Maths classes with our readers during this curfew time because there is no notification related to the Government jobs in India. As a result, we decide to help our readers in preparing for the competitive exams during this curfew time. We are ready shared Lecture Number:1,2 and 3 related to Ratio and proportion Maths on in this Sarkari job portal.

This time we are sharing the Maths class tutorial related to the Ratio and Proportions Lecture Number 4. Along with the Maths class for competitive exams, we will share the PRACTICE TEST below. First, watch the video tutorial and then try to solve these Ratio and Proportion problems. Stay at home and practice hard for the competitive exam to have a bright future ahead after curfew. 😊.

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PRACTICE QUESTIONS OF RATIO AND PROP – 4
1.) 840 liters of a mixture contains milk and water in the ratio of 7:3. How much more water is to be added to get a new mixture containing milk and water in the ratio of 7:5.
(Ans 168)

2.) 350 liters of a mixture contains milk and water in the ratio of 3:2. How much more water is to be added to get a new mixture containing milk and water in the ratio of 1:2.
(Ans 280)

3.) 40 liters of a mixture containing 10% of water. How much more water is to be added to make water 20% in the new mixture.
(Ans 5)

Ratio and Proportion Questions and Answers Part-3 : Video Lecture and Practice Test

Ratio and Proportion Questions and Answers Part-3
Video Lecture and Practice Test

Continue with our Maths Lecture this time we are going to share the 3rd Lecture of Ratio and Proportion Topic. Those who are preparing for competitive exams must watch this series of Maths lectures. The tutor is going to discuss most important ratio and proportion question. Practice hard at home during this Curfew time. Best time to practice more and more problems to increase your speed.

Those who have miss out the first two-part related to Ratio and Proportion lecture must have to watch those two parts before Watching the 3rd one.

WATCH VIDEO LECTURE BELOW

PRACTICE QUESTIONS OF RATIO AND PROPORTION – 3
1.) Three containers have their volumes in the ratio of 1 : 2 : 5. They are full of mixtures of milk and water. The mixtures contain milk and water in the ratio of 5:1, 4:1 & 2:3 respectively. The contents of all these three containers are put into the fourth container. Find the ratio of milk and water in the new mixture obtained when one fifth from the first and one third from second and one-sixth from third are mixed.
(Ans 31:20)

2.) A container contains milk and water in the ratio of 3:5. 20 litre mixture drawn off and replaced by 8 ltrs of water, therefore, the ratio of milk and water in the mixture becomes 3:7. Find the original quantity of containers.
(Ans 52)

3.) A container contains milk and water in the ratio of 2:3. 15 litre mixture drawn off and replaced by 10 ltrs of water, therefore, the ratio of milk and water in the mixture becomes 2:5. Find the original quantity of containers.
(Ans 40)

Ratio and Proportion Lecture -2 : Maths Video Tutorial for Competitive Exam Along with Practice Test

Ratio and Proportion Questions Part-2
Video Tutorial Along with Practice Test

This is the Lecture number 2 based on Ratio and Proportion Topic under Maths Section for competitive Exams. We already shared the first lecture related to the Profit and Loss topic. Those who miss out that profit and loss basics tutorial can on the following link to get access to the tutorial: .

In this article all the practice questions related to the Ratio & Proportion 2nd lecture is given below. Candidates who are going to watch the full video tutorial shared below can easily solve this Practice test. Ratio and Proportion questions and answers are given below in the practice test. Try to solve the question and find accurate answers.
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PRACTICE QUESTIONS OF RATIO AND PROPORTION – 2

1.) Find the compounded ratio of (3 : 5) & (2 : 7).
(Ans 6 : 35)

2.) 94 is divided into two parts in such a way that the fifth part of the first and eighth part of the second are in the ratio of 3 : 4. Find the first part?
(Ans 30)

3.) Two containers A & B contain milk-water in the ratio of 2 : 3 and 3 : 7 respectively. If these mixtures are mixed in equal quantities then find the ratio of milk and water in the new mixture.
(Ans 7 : 13)

4.) Two containers A & B contain milk-water in the ratio of 3 : 4 and 5 : 9 respectively. If these mixtures are mixed in the ratio of 2 : 1 then find the ratio of milk and water in the new mixture.
(Ans 17 : 25)

Maths Classes for Competitive Exams : Ratio and Proportion Basics along with Questions and Answers

Maths Classes for Competitive Exams

Maths Corona Curfew Classes

New Topic: RATIO AND PROPORTION PART-1

Hello dear viewers, welcome back to Govt Job Portal. This time we are going to share a new Maths tricks tutorial related to the fresh topic. The fresh Maths topic is about Ratio and Proportion basics related to the competitive exams. Along with the Ratio and proportion basics, we are going to share ratio and proportion questions and their solutions by using ratio and proportion tricks. Watch the full video tutorial carefully to understand the basics concepts related to the Ratio and proportion.

We will share the Ratio and Proportion questions and answers for bank exam, SSC, UPSC and railways exams. The tutor is going to explain ratio and proportion tricks which can help you in solving the ratio and proportion questions fast during the competitive exams.

WATCH THE VIDEO TUTORIAL CAREFULLY BEFORE SOLVING THE PRACTICE TEST BELOW:

Below we are going to share all the practice questions related to the Ratio & Proportion 1st video. As this is a new video related to the Maths topic which we will premiere live on the following timing and date:  “1 PM 7th April 2020”.  Watch the video carefully and you will solve the practice test easily. You have to practice by pen and paper to understand the concept in a better way and in the last means in exams you have to solve, so only watching videos will not solve the purpose. PRACTICE as much as you can and when there is no way to go out in such a critical situation, so why not stay home and stay safe and practice at home.

PRACTICE QUESTIONS OF RATIO AND PROPORTION - 1

1.) If a : b = 3 : 7 and b : c = 2 : 5 then find ratio of a : b : c.
(Ans 6 : 14 : 35)

2.) If a : b = 2 : 3 and b : c = 1 : 4 and c : d = 3 : 2 then find ratio of a:b:c:d.
(Ans 2:3:12:8)

3.) Two numbers are in the ratio of 3:10 and their difference is 119. Find the smaller no.
(Ans 51)

4.) Four numbers are in the ratio of 1:2:3:4 and their sum is 16. Find the sum of 1st and 4th numbers.
(Ans 8)

5.) if (a+b) : (b+c) : (c+a) = 4 : 7 : 9 and a + b + c = 30 then find c?
(Ans 18)

Maths Profit and Loss Lecture Number-2 : Profit and Loss Practice Test with Questions and Answers [ONLINE CURFEW CLASSES]

Maths Profit and Loss Lecture Number-2

Hello students, we are coming with Lecture Number 2 related to the Maths tutorial. This is the Profit and Loss Tutorial Number:2. We already shared the tutorial number:1 with you along with the Practice Question test, those who miss out the tutorial number-1 can click on the following link to watch the Lecture Number-1: “http://www.govtjobsportal.in/2020/03/maths-profit-and-loss-tricks-with-questions-and-answers.html

This is the Tutorial number 2 of Profit and loss topic with Practice Test related to that tutorial.

Before performing the test please watch the video tutorial carefully which we shared below. After watching the Profit and loss tutorial number:2 you will easily solve these questions.

Maths Profit and Loss Tricks Lecture-1 : Profit Loss Formula along with Questions and Answers (Daily Maths Class at 1 PM)

Profit and Loss Questions for Competitive Exam
Profit and Loss Tricks

Hello Students, We are going to start Maths video classes for you related to competitive exams. This is the First Maths tricks video tutorial based on Profit and Loss Topic.

Along with the Profit and Loss tricks video tutorial, we are going to share 10 questions related to this P&I video tutorial which is very helpful to all applicants who are preparing for competitive exams. Solve these Profit and Loss questions and Share your Answers in the Comment section below.

WATCH VIDEO LECTURE BEFORE SOLVING THE PROFIT AND LOSS TEST

In this article, all the practice questions related to the Profit and loss of 1st video are given. The Tutor has covered three types related to the Profit and loss topic in the video. You have to practice by pen and paper to understand the concept in a better way and in the last means in exams you have to solve, so only watching videos will not solve the purpose. PRACTICE as much as you can and when there is no way to go out in such a critical situation so why not stay at home and stay safe and practice at home.