InstructorManish Kumar
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This Course prepares you for Quantitative Aptitude SSC CGL and Similar Exams.

Section 1Number System + LCM & HCF
Lecture 1Introduction & Number Systems
Lecture 2Number Systems
Lecture 3Prime Number
Lecture 4Divisibility by 01 till 15
Lecture 5Divisibility by 16 till 19
Lecture 6Divisibility by 20 till 23
Lecture 7Divisibility by 24 till 26
Lecture 8Divisibility by 27 till 30
Lecture 9Euclid's Division Lemma
Lecture 10Euclid's Division Lemma (Example)
Lecture 11Using Negative Remainders
Lecture 12What if the Remainder comes out Negative
Lecture 13Dealing with large powers-I
Lecture 14Dealing with large powers-II
Lecture 15Important Concept
Lecture 16Euclid's Division Lemma (Application)
Lecture 17Euclid's Division Lemma (Question)
Lecture 18Number of zeroes in an expression
Lecture 19Number of zeroes in a Factorial Value
Lecture 20Number of zeroes in a Factorial Value (Question 01-02)
Lecture 21Number of zeroes in a Factorial Value (Question 02) shortcut
Lecture 22Number of zeroes in a Factorial Value (Question 02) shortcut-Revision
Lecture 23Number of zeroes in a Factorial Value (Question 04)
Lecture 24Number of zeroes in a Factorial Value (Question 05)
Lecture 25Number of zeroes in a Factorial Value (Question 06)
Lecture 26Greatest Common Divisor or Highest Common Factor
Lecture 27Greatest Common Divisor or Highest Common Factor (Illustration)
Lecture 28Find the Highest Common Factor (HCF)
Lecture 29Find the Highest Common Factor (HCF) by Shortcut
Lecture 30Highest Common Factor (Question 01)
Lecture 31Highest Common Factor (Question 02)
Lecture 32Plot numbers on the number line
Lecture 33Least Common Multiple (LCM)
Lecture 34Important Rule (LCM & HCF)
Lecture 35Shortcut For Finding the LCM
Lecture 363 or More numbers being Co-Prime
Lecture 37LCM (Question 01)
Lecture 38HCF (Question 01)
Lecture 39HCF (Question 02)
Lecture 40Application of Standard Form of Number
Lecture 41Sum of Factors
Lecture 42Number of Factors of the Number
Lecture 43Sum & Number of Even & Odd Factors of a Number
Lecture 44Number of Odd Factors of a Number
Lecture 45Sum & Number of Factors satisfying other conditions
Lecture 46Questions 01
Lecture 47Questions 02
Lecture 48Questions 03
Lecture 49Questions 04
Lecture 50Questions 05
Lecture 51Questions 06
Lecture 52Unit's Digit
Lecture 53Unit's Digit in the contexts of powers
Section 2Sequence & Series
Lecture 54Progressions
Lecture 55Sum of given number of terms in Arithmetic Progression
Lecture 56Finding the nth term of an Arithmetic Progression
Lecture 57Arithmetic Progression (Question 01)
Lecture 58Arithmetic Progression (Example 01)
Lecture 59Increasing Arithmetic Progression
Lecture 60Series
Lecture 61Geometric Progression
Lecture 62Sum of 'n' number of terms in a GP
Lecture 63GP (Question 01)
Lecture 64GP (Question 02)
Lecture 65Harmonic Progression
Lecture 66Theorems related with progressions
Lecture 67Question 01
Lecture 68Useful Results 01
Lecture 69Useful Results 02
Lecture 70Useful Results 03
Lecture 71Useful Results 04
Lecture 72Progression (Question 01)
Lecture 73Progression (Question 02)
Lecture 74Progression (Question 03)
Lecture 75Progression (Question 04)
Lecture 76Progression (Question 05)
Lecture 77Progression (Question 06)
Lecture 78Progression (Question 07)
Lecture 79Progression (Question 08)
Lecture 80Progression (Question 09)
Lecture 81Progression (Question 10)
Lecture 82Progression (Question 11)
Section 3Alligation or Mixtures
Lecture 83Alligations & (Illustration 01)
Lecture 84Alligations (Illustration 02)
Lecture 85Alligations (Case-01) & (Illustration 03)
Lecture 86Alligations (Illustration 04-05)
Lecture 87Keys to spot
Lecture 88Typical situations where Alligation can be used 01
Lecture 89Typical situations where Alligation can be used 02
Lecture 90Typical situations where Alligation can be used 03
Lecture 91Typical situations where Alligation can be used 04
Lecture 92Typical situations where Alligation can be used 05
Lecture 93Typical situations where Alligation can be used 06
Lecture 94Typical situations where Alligation can be used 07
Lecture 95Typical situations where Alligation can be used 08
Lecture 96Alligation (Profit and Loss 01)
Lecture 97Alligation (Profit and Loss 02)
Lecture 98Alligation (Different rates of Interest 01)
Lecture 99Alligation (Different rates of Interest 02)
Lecture 100Alligation (Speed and Distance 01)
Lecture 101Alligation (Wage and Salary 01)
Lecture 102Alligation (Division of sum into parts 01)
Lecture 103Alligation (Replacement of a part of a mixture by one ingredient 01)
Section 4Average
Lecture 104Average (Rules 01)
Lecture 105Average (Rules 02-03)
Lecture 106Average (Rules 04-07)
Lecture 107Average (Rules 08-10)
Lecture 108Average (Rules 10-12)
Lecture 109Average (Rules 13-14)
Lecture 110Average (Rules 15-16)
Lecture 111Average (Rules 17-18)
Lecture 112Average (Rules 19)
Lecture 113Average (Rules 20)
Lecture 114Average (Rules 21-22)
Lecture 115Average (Rules 23-24)
Lecture 116Average (Rules 25-26)
Lecture 117Average (Rules 27)
Lecture 118Average (Question 01-03)
Lecture 119Average (Question 04-05)
Lecture 120Average (Question 06)
Lecture 121Average (Question 07-08)
Lecture 122Average (Question 09)
Lecture 123Average (Question 10)
Lecture 124Average (Question 11-12)
Lecture 125Average (Question 13)
Lecture 126Average (Question 14-16)
Lecture 127Average (Question 17-18)
Lecture 128Average (Question 19)
Lecture 129Average (Question 20)
Lecture 130Average (Question 21)
Lecture 131Average (Question 22)
Section 5Ratio & Proportion
Lecture 132Ratio & Proportion - I
Lecture 133Ratio & Proportion - II
Lecture 134Variations
Lecture 135Inverse Proportion
Lecture 136Proportion
Lecture 137Illustration
Lecture 138Illustration (Shortcut)
Lecture 139Rule 01-06
Lecture 140Rule 07-08
Lecture 141Rule 09
Lecture 142Rule 10-13
Lecture 143Rule 14-15
Lecture 144Rule 16
Lecture 145Rule 17-18
Lecture 146Rule 19
Lecture 147Rule 20-21
Lecture 148Rule 22-23
Lecture 149Rule 24
Lecture 150Rule 25
Lecture 151Rule 26-27
Lecture 152Rule 28-29
Lecture 153Rule 30-32
Lecture 154Rule 33-35
Lecture 155Rule 36
Lecture 156Rule 31
Lecture 157Rule 32
Lecture 158Question 01-02
Lecture 159Question 03
Lecture 160Question 04-05
Lecture 161Question 06-07
Lecture 162Question 08-09
Lecture 163Question 10-12
Lecture 164Question 13-14
Lecture 165Question 15-18
Lecture 166Question 19-20
Lecture 167Question 21-22
Lecture 168Question 23-24
Lecture 169Question 25-27
Lecture 170Question 28-29
Lecture 171Question 30
Lecture 172Question 31
Lecture 173Question 32-33
Lecture 174Question 34-35
Lecture 175Question 36
Section 6Power, Indices & Surds
Lecture 176Definition
Lecture 177Rule 01
Lecture 178Rule 02-04
Lecture 179Rule 05-07
Lecture 180Rule 08-10
Lecture 181Rule 11-12
Lecture 182Rule 13-15
Lecture 183Rule 16-19
Lecture 184Rule 20-23
Lecture 185Rule 24-26
Lecture 186Question 01
Lecture 187Question 02
Lecture 188Question 03-05
Lecture 189Question 06-08
Lecture 190Question 09-10
Lecture 191Question 11-12
Lecture 192Question 13-14
Lecture 193Question 15-17
Lecture 194Question 18-19
Lecture 195Question 20-21
Lecture 196Question 22-23
Lecture 197Question 24-26
Lecture 198Question 27-29
Lecture 199Question 30-33
Lecture 200Question 34-35
Lecture 201Question 36-40
Lecture 202Question 41-44
Lecture 203Question 45-46
Lecture 204Question 47-49
Lecture 205Question 50-52
Lecture 206Question 53-56
Lecture 207Question 57-59
Lecture 208Question 60-63
Lecture 209Question 64-65
Lecture 210Question 66-67

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