In this article we cover quadratic equations – definitions, formats, solved problems and sample questions for practice.
Click here to watch this insightful video. Top universities in the world In this tutorial on basic geometry concepts, we cover the types and properties of quadrilaterals: Parallelogram, rectangle, square, rhombus, trapezium.
Click here to watch this insightful video. World’s best universities The principle of compounding growth is used extensively in the financial world to transform small savings into a big corpus over time. It’s also the underlying idea behind MBA topics such as time value of money and discounted cash flow (DCF) valuation. Learn about simple … Read more
Here’s a quick refresher on the well-rounded member of the geometric family – the circle. In this tutorial, we’ll cover the basic concepts, properties, formulas and theorems needed to solve MBA and MS entrance exams.
In this maths tutorial, we introduce exponents / powers and roots using formulas, solved examples and practice questions.
Click here to watch this insightful video. Best universities in the world In the series on the basic building blocks of geometry, after a overview of lines, rays and segments, this time we cover the types and properties of triangles.
Set theory has its own notations and symbols that can seem unusual for many. In this tutorial, we look at some solved examples to understand how set theory works and the kind of problems it can be used to solve.
Here are some basic definitions and properties of lines and angles in geometry. These concepts are tested in many competitive entrance exams like GMAT, GRE, CAT. These essential geometry concepts form the base on which more complex ideas can be built. Don’t worry if you haven’t had any exposure to it earlier. We’ll start off … Read more
In this article you’ll learn about Permutation and Combination problems: Definition, formulas, solved examples and a quiz with practice questions.
Before you delve into Profit and Loss concepts, take a few minutes to read this first and understand what every international student should know about building a good credit score. Profit and Loss problems are directly relevant for not only entrance exams (like GMAT, GRE, CAT), but also for the MBA syllabus like Accounting, Financial … Read more
Whether you are using units from the Metric system (as we do in this post) or US measurement system (the GMAT being an American test), the concepts don’t change.
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