About the Book: Quantitative Aptitude A must have for every student who has registered forcompetitive exams or job interviews, this best-seller is anall-inclusive guide to mathematical success Pronounced the Bible for hopeful mathematicians, QuantitativeAptitude instructs in a broad range of subjects. It is constitutedof two sections: Arithmetic Ability and Data Interpretation Featuring detailed examples and exercises, it thoroughly appliesitself to the major aspects of the subject: HCF/LCM, DecimalFractions, Profit and Loss, Time and Distance, Chain Rule, Surdsand Indices, Age Problems, Simple and Compound Interest,Probability, Heights and Distances, Volume and Surface Areas andPermutations and Combinations, under the broad umbrella ofArithmetic Ability. Under Data Interpretation, the book covers Line Graphs, BarGraphs, Tabulation and Pie Charts. It is a useful guide and classic manual. Contents Section–I ARITHMETICAL ABILITY Numbers H.C.F. & L.C.M. of Numbers Decimal Fractions Simplification Square Roots & Cube Roots Average Problems on Numbers Problems on Ages Surds & Indices Percentage Profit & Loss Ratio & Proportion Partnership Chain Rule Time & work Pipes & Cistern Time & Distance Problems on Trains Boats & Streams Alligation or Mixture Simple Interest Compound Interest Logarithms Area Volume & Surface Areas Races & Games of Skill Calendar Clocks Stocks & Shares Permutations & Combinations Probability True Discount Banker’s Discount Heights & Distances Odd Man Out & Series Section–II DATA INTERPRETATION Tabulation Bar Graphs Pie Charts Line Graphs About the Author: RS Aggarwal RS Aggarwal is a graduate of Kirorimal College, New Delhi. Hetook a position at N.A.S. College as a teacher following his postgraduation in Mathematics in the year 1969.
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