Simple Interest and Compound Interest Video Tricks Formulas for IBPS SBI Bank PO/ Clerk, RBI, RRB

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In today’s part we will discuss about those questions of simple interest which generally comes in exams. We will show you how to solve these question in the minimum time span with the help of some tricks.
From this chapter around 1 – 2 questions are generally asked.


PART 1 :  Theory

Today in this video we will tell you about some tricks by which you can solve these questions in few seconds.


PART 2 :  Simple Interest

Friends s in today’s video we will primarily focus on those questions which takes a lot of time in the solving process. Today we will tell you how to solve them in few seconds.


PART 3 :  Compound Interest

In today’s part we will focus on those questions which have a complicated solving calculations. Students generally takes  a lot of time while solving these questions or they just leave them.
In today’s part we will tell you about how to solve these question on minimum timing and what are the methods behind it.

In this part we will describe about the basics of compound interest and we will also spread some light on the concept behind it. On the other hand this will be based upon questions of previous year papers.


PART 4 :  Compound Interst Cont.

In today’s part we will discuss the remaining types of compound interest which are having the possibilities of coming in the next exam.


PART 5 :  Difference between Simple and Compound Interest

In today’s video we will discuss about the combined questions of simple and compound interest.

In this part we will discuss about those questions which already came in the previous exams or which will be coming in the next exams normally students creates a lots of steps while solving these questions but we will tell you about solving them in minimum steps.


PART 6 :  Miscellanious Problems

Friends in this video we will discuss those questions only, which have not been discussed in the previous videos. These questions are very important regarding the exam and we will also discuss some mixed questions of simple and compound interest.



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3 Comments

  1. Anonymous says

    Thanks sir but DI question solve karne ke

  2. Anonymous says

    I am very much satisfied from your videos & u r doing very good job

  3. Anonymous says

    Where is compound intrest

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