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Word Root: Magn/i

Definition & Meaning: Word Root Magn/i What does the root ‘Magn’ mean? It comes from Latin magnas, magnat ‘great man’. The words root magn/a/i usually means ‘great’ in the context of money, business and personal qualities such as generosity. Let’s have a look at... read more

Word Root: Macro

Definition & Meaning: Word Root Macro The prefix macro comes from Greek makros ‘long, large’ and is usually added to indicate the largeness of something or in the technical context. For instance, the word ’macro-evolution’ is derived from the root... read more

Word Root: Luc

Definition & Meaning: Word Root Luc Luc- comes from Latin lucidus from lucere ‘shine’, from lux, luck – ‘light’. Other forms of this word root are LUC, LUM, LUN and LUS. Let’s have a look at the word ‘elucidate’ – it means to explain something or throw... read more

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GK Current Affairs Quiz: March 27, 2017

These tests are a check for your learning and are meant to serve as tools for assessment. The test is designed to check your Current Affairs General Knowledge and provide you an assessment of the same. Each question is followed by 4 options. Select the most... read more

GK Current Affairs Quiz: March 26, 2017

These tests are a check for your learning and are meant to serve as tools for assessment. The test is designed to check your Current Affairs General Knowledge and provide you an assessment of the same. Each question is followed by 4 options. Select the most... read more

GK Current Affairs Quiz: March 25, 2017

These tests are a check for your learning and are meant to serve as tools for assessment. The test is designed to check your Current Affairs General Knowledge and provide you an assessment of the same. Each question is followed by 4 options. Select the most... read more

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Daily Reads-22 (Level-2)

Reading Suggestion-1 Article Name: The second Sage Author Name: Bryan W Van Norden Source: The Aeon Category: Philosophy Read Full Article Five Words to learn from this article: Competes: Take Part. Intriguing: Fascinating. Empirical: Real. Filial: Respectful.... read more

Daily Reads-22 (Level-1)

Reading Suggestion-1 Article Name: Ensure you get lucky Author Name: Swami Kriyananda Source: The Economic Times Category: Spirituality Read Full Article Five Words to learn from this article: Sophomore: A second-year university or high-school student. Append: Add... read more

Daily Reads-21 (Level-2)

Reading Suggestion-1 Article Name: The be all and end all Author Name: Christopher Harding Source: The Aeon Category: Philosophy Read Full Article Five Words to learn from this article: Blur: Hazzy. Hyperactive: Extremely Active. Hospice: A home providing care for the... read more

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Simple Interest: Tips, Tricks & Results Exercise-2

Question 1: If the simple interest on Rs 500 increases by Rs 10 when time increases by 4 years. Find the rate per annum. (a) 0.5% (b) 0.2% (c) 0.3% (d) 0.7% Answers and Explanations Question 2: If the SI on Rs 1000 be more than the interest on 800 by Rs 80 in 4 years,... read more

Simple Interest: Tips, Tricks & Results Exercise-1

Question 1: How much a person should pay per year to payment the debt of Rs 4180 due in 4 years at the rate of 3% per annum? (a) 1400 (b) 1000 (c) 1300 (d) 1500 Answers and Explanations Question 2: The sum of interest on a sum of money is 1/36 of the principal, and... read more

Simple Interest: Basic Concepts Exercise

Example 1: A sum of money at simple interest amounts to Rs. 850 in 3 years and to Rs. 900 in 4years. The sum is: (a) Rs. 650 (b) Rs. 690 (c) Rs. 725 (d) Rs. 700 Answers and Explanations Answer : (d) S.I. for 1 year = 900 – 850 = Rs 50 S.I. for 3 years = 50 x 3 =... read more

Strengthen your DI and Reasoning skills

Practice sets that help you master DI and Reasoning:

Data Interpretation (Level-3): Set-6

Directions: Prakash has to decide whether or not to test a batch of 1000 widgets before sending them to the buyer. In case he decides to test, he has two options: (a) Use test I (b) Use test II. Test I cost Rs. 2 per widget. However, the test is not perfect. It sends... read more

Data Interpretation (Level-3): Set-5

Directions for the questions: The graph below shows the end of the month market values of 4 shares for the period from January to June. Answer the following questions based on this graph. Question 1: Which share showed the greatest percentage increase in market value... read more

Data Interpretation (Level-3): Set-4

The following table gives the national income and the population of a country for the years 1984 – 85to 1989 – 90. For each of the following questions choose the best alternative: Question 1: The increase in the per capita income compared to the previous year is... read more

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