- Paperback: 576 pages
- Publisher: Pearson Education (2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8131726738
- ISBN-13: 978-8131726730
- ASIN: B0072I0ADU
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
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Pearson Guide To Objective Arithmetic For Competitive Examinations, 3/E Paperback – 2010
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Description for Pearson Guide To Objective Arithmetic For Competitive Examinations, 3/E
The third edition of The Pearson Guide to Objective Arithmetic for Competitive Examinations retains the important features that made it a success, and adds six test papers based on recently held examinations. Students will welcome its lucidly presented theory and the practice exercises based on actual test papers from various examinations. Students preparing for various exams will benefit immensely from this mix of exercises and sound mathematical concepts. Special Features: A brief overview of various competitive examinations is presented in the beginning of the book. More than 5000 solved problems are included. Each chapter contains concise definitions and explanations of fundamental principles, further augmented by illustrative examples. Numerous short-cut methods are included for nearly all types of questions that are asked in competitive examinations. Practice exercises covering all the topics are provided at the end of each chapter for self-assessment. A large number of problems asked in competitive examinations included in every chapter with explanatory answers. Table Of Contents: Numbers H.C.F. and L.C.M. of Numbers Simplification Square Root and Cube Root Percentage Average Ratio and Proportion Partnership Simple Interest Compound Interest Discount (True and Banker's) Profit and Loss 188 Time and Work, Work and Wages Pipes and Cisterns Time and Distance Boats and Streams Allegation or Mixture Races and Games of Skill Stocks, Shares and Debentures Clocks and Calendar Problems on Ages Mensuration I: Area and Perimeter Mensuration II: Volume and Surface Area Permutations and Combinations Probability Series Progression Heights and Distances Logarithms Data Interpretation Data Sufficiency Binary Number System Miscellaneous Topics
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