## CAT Quantitative Reasoning (Math)

CAT  Quantitative Reasoning (Math)

The Quadratic formula explained Often, the simplest way to solve “ax2 + bx + c = 0″ for the value of x is to factor the quadratic, set each factor equal to zero, and then solve each factor. But sometimes the quadratic is too messy, or it doesn’t factor at all, or you just don’t feel like factoring. So, while… Read moreThe Quadratic formula explained

## Notes on Vedic_Multiplication

Notes on Vedic_Multiplication Base 10                       9          -1                     13        +3                    12        +2               X       7          -3                  X 14       +4                      8        -2 ———————          ———————–                   ————             9-3 |     3                      17 |      12                     10        -4 = 96. Or        7-1 |     3                      18 |        2 = 182. Or 9+7-10 |      3 Or 10-1-3  |      3 ———————                6… Read moreNotes on Vedic_Multiplication

## Vedamu Vedic Maths

Vedamu_Vedic_Maths for the CAT and other MBA exam Preprations

## Vedic Maths 1

Vedic Maths 1for the MBA and Cat exam preprations

## Vedic Maths Tutorial

Vedic Maths Tutorial for the IIM CAT and others MBA exam Preparations…….

## Quantitative Aptitude

Quantitative aptitude in Maths for the CAT exams………………and other competitive exams

Notes on Algebra

## Maths

DIRECTIONS for questions 1 and 2: These questions are based on the following data. Rama went to the market and bought some apples, mangoes and bananas. He bought 42 fruits in all. The number of bananas is less than half the number of apples; the number of mangoes is more than one-third the number of apples and the number of… Read moreMaths

## Time and Distance

Notes on Time and distance study