1. Common Multiple
  2. Least Common Multiple (LCM)
  3. How to Calculate LCM?
  4. Common Factor
  5. Highest Common Factor (HCF)
  6. How to Calculate HCF?
  7. How to Calculate LCM and HCF of Fractions?


  1. 4th and Higher Powers
  2. Matrices and Determinants

Adjoint Matrix

  1. Determinant of 3*3
  2. Determinant of 4*4
  3. Determinants using Sarrus Rule
  4. Magic squares (for odd matrices i.e. 3*3, 5*5, 7*7)


  1. When a person joins a Group
  2. When a person leaves a Group
  3. Average of natural, even, odd, consecutive numbers

Problem on Ages

Time and work

  1. Work and wages
  2. Unitary method
    • Direct Proportion
    • Indirect Proportion

Mixture and allegation

Time and Distance

  1. Average Speed

Train Problems

Boats and streams

  1. Speed upstream
  2. Speed downstream

Pipes and Cisterns

  1. Time taken to fill a tank
  2. Time taken to empty a tank

Profit and Loss

  1. Gain or Loss %age

Simple and Compound Interest

  1. Difference between SI and CI


  1. Angle Traced by hour hand and minute hand
  2. Meetings in 12 hrs


  1. Single year Calendar
  2. Find Birth date of a person
  3. Predicting Siblings
  4. 100 – Years calendar

Permutation and Combination

  1. Find Rank of a given number
  2. Arrangements and possibilities problems


  1. Probability of cards
  2. Probability of Dices
  3. Probability Tree diagrams


  1. Pythagoras Theorem Triplets (for Odd and Even numbers)
  2. Compound Angles
  3. Trigonometry Identities
  4. Trigonometry table values
  5. Functions and variables
  6. Trigonometry special equations
  7. Height & Distance


  1. Basics of Geometry
  2. Find Vertices of parallelogram
  3. Collinear Points
  4. Area of Triangle
  5. Perimeter and Areas
  6. Co-ordinate Geometry of 3D

Data Interpretation

  1. Data Table
  2. Pie Chart
  3. Bar Chart
  4. Line Graph

Trick to find the answer without looking at the question

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