Ratios, Proportions and Mixtures – 100+ Videos, 15 CONCEPT Videos, 5+ Hours
Introduction to Ratios, Proportions and Mixtures
CONCEPT 1.0 – Combining the two Ratios
CONCEPT 1.1 – Application based example
CONCEPT 2.0 – Combining three or more ratios
CONCEPT 2.1 – Application Based Hard Clock example (4 Ratios Combination)
CONCEPT 3.0 – Proportion Concept and Example
CONCEPT 3.1 – Example of Official Proportion based Question
CONCEPT 3.2 – Example of Official Proportion based Question
CONCEPT 3.3 – Example of Proportion based Question
CONCEPT 4.0 – Simple Mixture and Alligation method Introduction
CONCEPT 4.1 – 4 Method to approach a Mixture Problem
CONCEPT 4.2 – 4 Method to approach a Mixture Problem (Another example)
CONCEPT 4.3 – Introduction to Replacement problem (With Example)
CONCEPT 4.4 – Successive Replacement problem (Derivation with Example)
CONCEPT 2.2 – Official GMAT Problem example
CONCEPT 4.5 – Hard Problem with successive replacement application
Ratio and Mixtures PS Q 1 to 10
Ratio and Mixtures PS Q 11 to 20
Ratio and Mixtures PS Q 21 to 30
Ratio and Mixtures PS Q 31 to 40
Ratio and Mixtures PS Q 41 to 45
Ratio and Mixtures DS Q 1 to 15
Ratio and Mixtures Official DS 1 to 10
Ratio and Mixtures Official DS 11 to 20
Ratio and Mixtures Official DS 21 to 25
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CONCEPT 2.0 – Combining three or more ratios
Ratios, Proportions and Mixtures – 100+ Videos, 15 CONCEPT Videos, 5+ Hours
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