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A free book containing all the Maths/ Quantitative Aptitude for IBPS PO exam preparation

The Quantitative Reasoning sections consist of two categories of questions -

Questions and Problems, and

Graph or Table Comprehension.

Questions and Problems cover a variety of subjects taken from algebra and geometry. Some of the questions are presented in mathematical terms; others are word problems, which you must translate into mathematical terms before solving.

Graph or Table Comprehension questions relate to information appearing in a graph or a table. A graph presents data in graphic form, such as a bar chart, line graph or scatter plot. A table presents data arranged in columns and rows.

In general, all questions of a given type are arranged in ascending order of difficulty. The easier questions, requiring relatively less time to solve, appear first, with the questions becoming progressively more difficult and requiring more time to solve.

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The Quantitative Reasoning sections consist of two categories of questions -

Questions and Problems, and

Graph or Table Comprehension.

Questions and Problems cover a variety of subjects taken from algebra and geometry. Some of the questions are presented in mathematical terms; others are word problems, which you must translate into mathematical terms before solving.

Graph or Table Comprehension questions relate to information appearing in a graph or a table. A graph presents data in graphic form, such as a bar chart, line graph or scatter plot. A table presents data arranged in columns and rows.

In general, all questions of a given type are arranged in ascending order of difficulty. The easier questions, requiring relatively less time to solve, appear first, with the questions becoming progressively more difficult and requiring more time to solve.

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**Attached Files**

IBPS PO Quantitative Reasoning Sureshot study material.pdf (Size: 2.98 MB / Downloads: 677)