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### 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.

Watch Compound Interest Maths Class 1

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

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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.

Watch Ratio and Proportion Lecture Number 7

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)

### 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)

### How You Can Start Preparing for Civil Services Exam 2020 - How to Start Preparing for IAS Exam 2020

Brace up for Civil Services 2020
How You Can Start Preparing for Civil Services Exam

Before knowing the art of decoding the syllabus for the civil services exam, it is imperative to understand its purpose. It has been statistically detected that maximum of the applicants take a step for the preparation without analyzing the nuances of what accurately is the demand of the examination. Random start based on others’ insights will leave you in dark. So, it is the syllabus that acts as a 'constitution' for preparation and any deviation from it will be null and void. Therefore, ‘rendezvous with syllabus’ should be considered as a very strong step of learning because it will act as the bedrock for the entire preparation through all the three stages of the examination.

Before we shift our gear towards decoding the syllabus, its significance should be very clear and immune from any doubts or if's and but's. Let's see, the meaning of decoding syllabus and how to do it. Also, it is equally important to know for all aspirants, be it neophytes or seasoned players. Take a leap in 2020 and unlearn the old-fashioned methods of preparation, bear no past burden and start afresh and new with a novel shovel to achieve what could not be achieved earlier.

De-coding means breaking up the syllabus and integrating it with previous years' questions as well as current affairs. For example, starting with the preliminary exam syllabus one finds 'Art and Culture' is not mentioned clearly in the syllabus, but questions related to the same do appear in the exams. This shows that art and culture must be read in connection with current affairs.

■ Similarly, for all the papers of General Studies in Main examination, break every section into sub-sections by taking the help of previous years' questions. For example, in 2019 General Studies Paper-I, a question was, "Empowering women is the key to control population growth." Discuss. Over here writing simply about women empowerment will fetch undesirable marks, the content for such topics must be scooped from newspapers, magazines etc.

■ Once the syllabus is decoded, a candidate is enlightened enough to de-mystify the unpredictability of this exam by shedding irrelevant stuff and focusing more on what is going to bear results in exam. Say, it is about learning 'Indian Polity' where a candidate must stay focused by keeping all sorts of 'political masala' news at bay. This accurate demarcation will save time, money, energy and of course attempts as well.

■ Another step towards decoding is keeping the syllabus handy at all times. Squirreling it away after one reading, assuming a perfect hold on every section of this colossal mount is a misjudgment. Remember, this preparation should be interlinked and integrated as an 'organic whole' which is dynamic, evolving and growing.

■ Once, learnt the skill to keep all limbs of the Prelims and Mains syllabus co-joined and interactive, Personality Test will not be a tough nut to crack. The aura of knowledge gained will help in getting good marks in the Personality Test (Interview).

Aspiring to be a civil servant should not be for pomp-gusto, power and prestige, but for a profound desire to usher in a change in the lives of many. Be hopeful, stay healthy and strive for excellence!

# Preposition in English /Prepositional phrase | Preposition in English grammar | Prepositional phrase examples/Lists

Preposition in English language. Prepositional phrases in English Grammar is very important for all competitive examination. You Should know how and where to use the correct Prepositional phrases in English Grammar. In this video we are going to share Prepositional Phrases Examples with the help of a story to make the learning very easy.  In this video we share the complete prepositional phrase list. With the help of this video you will understand how to use Preposition in English. We will share the prepositional phrase list with you readers in this video which will help you a lot in all the upcoming entrance examination.

After watching this video tutorial you will understand all the concept related to the Prepositional Phrases with an easy way.  Check the video below to watch prepositional phrases examples.

## What Is a Prepositional Phrase?

The preposition build an association between a noun or pronoun and another word in a judgment/sentence. Prepositional phrase contains the following element: (A preposition, its object, and any modifiers of the object). The object in the Preposition’s is basically a noun or pronoun that follows the preposition. Prepositional phrases can work as either adjective phrases or adverb phrases to alter other words in a sentence.
Some of very common used prepositional phrase examples contain: “about, after, at, before, behind, by, during, for, from, in, of, over, past, to, under, up, and with”.

## Prepositional Phrase Examples Functioning as Adjective Phrases:

1.   Sentence: “The Girl with her is her Daughter”
(Explanation: In this prepositional examples, and with him is the prepositional phrase. The prepositional phrase functions as an adjective phrase, changing Girl to Daughter.)

2. Sentence: “The Shirt in the Showroom front window is the one I want.
(Explanation: In this preposition Example, in the showroom front window is the prepositional phrase. The prepositional phrase functions as an adjective phrase, modifying Shirt.)

Check the Video which we shared above in this article to understand all the concepts related to the Preposition Phrase. Subscribe us for more educational Videos @ https://www.facebook.com/latestgovtjobs4u

# Use of Question Tags Rules

Question tags are basically short questions which appear at the end of the sentences. When it comes to day to day speech or any kind of informal writing the use of question tags is very common. But the use of these tags is very uncommon in case of formal writing. Some of the examples of question tags are as follows:

It is very hot, isn’t it?
She sings well, doesn’t she?
Or if you want to put in another way you can say, She sings well, doesn’t she?

## Question tags rules

Generally the trend is that in case of informal sentences the negative form is written in short which means instead of writing is not it we tend to write isn’t it. But this style of contraction can be used only in case of informal writings but in case of formal writings we should use the full form like, They said they would finish the work in six months, did they not?
If we had to write this same sentence in an informal tone we would have written it in the form: They said they would finish the work in six months, didn’t they?

The main purpose of using question tags is to find whether something which is said is true or not. The tags are also used to get some kind of agreement against the statement or in favor of the sentence.

The thumb rule of the use of question tags is that you use negation after an affirmative sentence and vice versa. And at the same time please remember that question tags are always used in case of negative and affirmative sentences and they are not used after questions.

## It can be explained in a better manner with the help of the examples”

You are the new Chairman, aren’t you? (A correct usage)
You aren’t the new Chairman, are you? (A correct usage)
Are you the new Chairman, aren’t you? (An incorrect usage)
In case of affirmative sentences we are supposed to use negative tags.
She is a good girl, isn’t she? (And not “is she”)
It isn’t hot today, is it? (And not “isn’t it”)

Another Question Tags rule which you need to keep in mind is that if the main sentence has an auxiliary verb you are supposed to use the auxiliary in the question tag also.

Some of the examples are:
They are busy, aren’t they?
She is going, isn’t she?
They haven’t arrived, have they?

On the other hand if the main sentence does not have an auxiliary verb in that case the tag takes the various forms of the verb “do”.
You love fish, don’t you?
She came today, didn’t she?

Finally it can be concluded saying that question tags with answers are phrases which are added to the main part of the sentence. These question tags generally invite opinion from the listener. But the most important thing in these tags is that affirmative is followed by negative and vice versa. As you use the tag the verb always comes in front of the noun or the pronoun. That’s all about this Question Tags rule article. Time to time we will share more ENGLISH GRAMMAR TUTORIAL with you readers so subscribe us on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/latestgovtjobs4u

## LIC has clarified that they have not released any notification for AAO posts and that candidates should avoid reading such news.

LIC on their official Twitter account clearly mentioned this thing with an Image. We share that image below.