View Test Prep - Complete Book of Geometry - Total Gadha () from MATHS at Punjab Engineering College. Lines and Angles Fundamental concepts. Therefore, total number of times that we write the digit 4 = + 20 + 20 − 5 = If a book has pages, how many digits have been used to number the pages. Smart Approach to Geometry Questions - I by Nilanjan Dutta (CAT Percentiler) . After that you should solve TG-Notes - Google Drive geometry pdf.
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Brush up your skills in geometry with the help of this wonderful book. It is a fine dot which has neither length nor breadth nor thickness but has position i. It has and points and a definite length. Ray: A line segment which can be extended in only one direction is called a ray. Intersecting lines: Two lines having a common point are called intersecting lines.
Knowing the basic methods of progressions also helps you simplify a lot of complex series. So let's start with some basic progressions and their properties: Arithmetic Progression Numbers are said to be in Arithmetic Progression A. Each of the following series forms an Arithmetical Progression: 2, 6, 10, Example: 1. If the 7th term of an Arithmetical Progression is 23 and 12th term is 38 find the first term and the common difference.
How many numbers of the series -9, -6, -3 should we take so that their sum is equal to 66? The series is -9, -6, -3, 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, We can see that the sum of first 7 terms is 0.
The sum of next four terms after 7th terms gives us the sum. Otherwise, if we count 4 terms backward from -9 we'll get the sum as Answer: If the terms are in AP the difference between two consecutive terms will be the same. Therefore, a, m1 , m2 , m3 , Let d be the common difference.
Example: 4. If 10 arithmetic means are inserted between 4 and 37, find their sum. First Method: Let the means be m1 , m2 , m Therefore 4, m1 , m2 , m Example: 5. The sum of three numbers in A.
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Intersecting lines: Two lines having a common point are called intersecting lines. The common point is known as the point of intersection. Concurrent lines: If two or more lines intersect at the same point, then they are known as concurrent lines. Angles: When two straight lines meet at a point they form an angle. In the figure above, the angle is represented as AOB.
Point O is the vertex of AOB. Right angle: An angle whose measure is 90o is called a right angle. Acute angle: An angle whose measure is less then one right angle i. Reflex angle: An angle whose measure is more than o and less than o is called a reflex angle. Complementary angles: If the sum of the two angles is one right angle i. Therefore, the complement of an angle is equal to More than anybody else, our students are becoming our strongestsupport.
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If you are well versed with thebasics and have practised these problems during your preparation, they give you an easy opportunity to score and alsosave time. Here, I will try and give you the basic fundas with the help of examples. Let us start with a very basicproblem: Problem 1: A takes 5 days to complete a piece of work and B takes 15 days to complete a piece of work. In how manydays can A and B complete the work if they work together? Standard Solution: Let us consider Work to be 1 unit.
Many solve Time and Work problems by assuming work as 1 unit first method but I feel it is faster to solve the problemsby assuming work to be of multiple units second method. This would be more evident when we solve problems whichare little more complex than the above one.
Problem 2: X can do a work in 15 days. After working for 3 days he is joined by Y. If they complete the remaining workin 3 more days, in how many days can Y alone complete the work?
If Y can complete 3 units of work per day then it would take 5 days to complete 15 units of work. So Y takes 5 days tocomplete the work.
Problem 3: A, B and C can do a piece of work in 15 days. After all the three worked for 2 days, A left.
B and C workedfor 10 more days and B left. C worked for another 40 days and completed the work. In how many days can A alonecomplete the work if C can complete it in 75 days? Solution: Assume the total work to be units.
Problem 4: Gerrard can dig a well in 5 hours.
If the five person team digs the same well and they start together, how long will it take for them to finish thejob? Solution: Let the work be units. I hope you got the knack of it.