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- 1. http://sscportal.in Online Coaching by SSCPORTAL.IN Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Demo Class For Online Coaching CGL Tier - 1 © SSCPORTAL.IN SSC EXAM Online Coaching
- 2. General Studies http://sscportal.in History Sources of History Pre-History Ancient History Medieval History © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 3. General Studies http://sscportal.in History Ancient India Indus Valley Civilization a.The Marvelous Town Planning of Mohenjodaro The Vedic Period (1500 Bc-600 Bc) a.Aryans Political System b.The King was the Supreme Power c.No Rigidity in Caste System d.Growth of Buddhism and Jainism © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 4. Mathematics http://sscportal.in Number System In Indian system, numbers are expressed by means of symbols 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, called digits. Here, 0 is called insignificant digit whereas 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,8, 9 are called significant digits. We can express a number in two ways. Notation Numeration © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 5. Mathematics http://sscportal.in Number System Face Value and Place Value of a Digit Face Value : It is the value of the digit itself eg, in 3452, face value of 4 is ‘four’, face value of 2 is ‘two’. Place Value : It is the face value of the digit multiplied by the place value at which it is situated eg, in 2586, place value of 5 is 5 ×100 = 500. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 6. Mathematics http://sscportal.in Number System Number Categories Natural Numbers (N) Whole Numbers (W) Integers (I) Rational Numbers Irrational Numbers Real Numbers © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 7. Mathematics http://sscportal.in Number System Different Types of Numbers Even Numbers Odd Numbers Prime Numbers Relative Prime Numbers Twin Primes Composite Numbers Perfect Number © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 8. Mathematics http://sscportal.in Number System Rules for Divisibility Divisibility by 2 Divisibility by 3 Divisibility by 4 Divisibility by 5 Divisibility by 6 Divisibility by 7 Divisibility by 8 © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 9. Mathematics http://sscportal.in Number System Rules for Divisibility Divisibility by 9 Divisibility by 10 Divisibility by 11 © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 10. Mathematics http://sscportal.in Number System Division on Numbers •In a sum of division, we have four quantities. •They are (i) Dividend, (ii) Divisor, (iii) Quotient and (iv) Remainder (a) Dividend = Divisor × Quotient + Remainder (b) Divisor = (Dividend – Remainder) ÷ Quotient (c) Quotient = (Dividend – Remainder) ÷ Divisor © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 11. Mathematics http://sscportal.in Number System Factors and Multiples A number which divides a given number exactly is called a factor of the given number. Number of Factors of a Number If N is a composite number such that N = am bn co... where a, b, c ... are prime factors of N and m, n, o ... are positive integers, then the number of factors of N is given by the expression (m + 1) (n + 1) (o + 1) © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 12. Reasoning http://sscportal.in Analogy Meaning of Analogy Analogy means ‘Similar items’. There is three types of Analogy (a) Number Analogy (b) Letter Analogy (c) Word Analogy © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 13. Reasoning http://sscportal.in Analogy Number Analogy Typical relationships between the numbers in a given pair can be any of the following : One number is a multiple of the other. One number is the square or square root of the other. One number is the cube or cube root of the other. The two numbers can be consecutive, even, odd or prime numbers. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 14. Reasoning http://sscportal.in Analogy Letter Analogy The questions based on letter analogy are similar to number analogy. Here, the questions are based on the relationship between two groups of letters on each side of the sign : : . Normally, three pairs of letters are given followed by a question mark where the fourth pair of letters is supposed to come. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
- 15. Reasoning http://sscportal.in Analogy Word Analogy In word analogy questions there is a certain relationship between the two given words on one side of ’ : : ’ and one word is given on the other side. Students are asked to find the correct alternative that has same relationship with that word. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
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- 17. UPSCPORTAL other online Courses Online Course For Civil Services Preliminary Examination सामान्य अध्ययन पेपर-1 ऑनऱाइन कोच ग िं Online Coaching For CSAT Paper -1 (GS) 2014 Online Coaching For CSAT Paper -2 (CSAT) 2014 Online Course For Civil Services Mains Examination General Studies Mains (New Pattern Paper 2,3,4,5) Contemporary Issues for Civil Services Main Examination Public Administration For Mains More IAS Online Coaching Courses http://www.upscportal.com/civilservices/courses www.upscportal.com

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