As parents, you can help your child want to learn maths in various ways apart from hiring maths tutors. That desire to learn will be the key to your child’s success. Enjoyment is also a crucial motivator

One of our regular visitor Aisharya Rana contributed this puzzle, which I found interesting. Hence I’m posting here to be pondered upon by all. Post your answers as comments below - Arithmetic Puzzle In this puzzle you

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Number 22 Everywhere? Numbers never fail to surprise us. This post talks about one such amazing property of number 22. Select any three-digit number with all digits different from one another. Write all possible two-digit numbers that

Time, Speed and Distance (TSD) is one of the most frequently occurring topics in quantitative aptitude section of many competitive exams. Here I’m putting together 5 short tricks which might come handy while answering various type of

Relationship between Miles and Kilometers Mile is an English unit of measuring length or distance and it is equal to 5280 feet or 1760 yards (for your information, 1 yard = 3 feet). Whereas, Kilometer is the

This article is about a number that has some truly exceptional properties. That number is 1089 Most Amusing Property of 1089 Select a three digit number (where the units and hundreds digits are not the same) and follow

Mnemonic (pronounced neh-MAHN-ik ) is a learning technique that aids information retention in our memory. It can be a rhyme, abbreviation or mental image that helps you in memorizing something which is otherwise difficult to commit to

Do you struggle with solving simultaneous equations? By simultaneous I mean equations with multiple unknown variables. Generally the number of equations given will be equal to the number of equations. Let’s take an example, 3x + 4y

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