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### Top Reasoning Short Cut Tricks To Solve Mathematical Operation Easy To Memorize As You Read Once

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### Solve Mathematical Operation By Best Reasoning Short Cut Trick

Reasoning Short Cut tricks are easy to understand and use for the competitive aspirants. These short cut tricks are time saving, easy to memorize, fastest method to solve reasoning questions in Bank, SSC Exams of Probationary officers, Clerks, Assistants or other posts. Reasoning section of exam is getting tough day by day. Reasoning Short Cut Tricks are still the best method to such typical problem in short duration of time. It is found that aspirants/candidates leave reasoning questions due to lack of practice or don’t have sufficient time to practice the the books or class notes provided by coaching centres. METHEMATICAL OPERATION in Reasoning section are mandatory part covers 5-10 questions of SSC IBPS or other competitive exams. Such questions are very easy to solve within 3-5 seconds by using TABULAR-CONCLUSION Method which is a reasoning short cut method.
Fastest Method to solve Reasoning – 100% Effective and Working
MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS in Reasoning is typical and confusing by nature and consume more time. Sometimes candidate avoid them to do as first choice. But TABULAR-CONCLUSION Method not only provides accurate solution but also helps in achieving maximum score in any competitive exam. This solve the questions instantly after reading questions statement
NO PRACTICE REQUIRED – IT GET MEMORIZE WITH JUST ONE TIME READ

Aspirants/Candidates are recommended to use TABULAR-CONCLUSION Method to solve Mathematical Operation in Reasoning Short Cut Tricks section to get maximum score in exam.

TWO RULES OF TABULAR-CONCLUSION Method – Reasoning Short Cut Trick with One Example

Rule 1: Read the statement carefully line by line and prepare the table say TABLE-CONCLUSION by making conclusions.
Rule 2: Use this table and combine the same element to make conclusions about statement is implicit /explicit.

EXAMPLE -  Solved by using Reasoning Short Cut Trick of Mathematical operation

The rules of this method can be understood by taking an example which is described as below:
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Direction:
The symbol #, \$, %, & and © used with different meaning as follows in the following questions:
·         P © Q means P is not greater than Q.
·         P # Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q.
·         P @ Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q.
·         P & Q means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q.
·         P \$ Q means P is not smaller than Q.

Statement:-
O \$ B, B @ S, S # C, C © R
Conclusions:
II.                R & S
III.             B # R
IV.              B # E
Solution: By using TABULAR-CONCLUSION METHOD
Read the statement carefully line by line and prepare the table say TABLE-CONCLUSION by making conclusions.

 S. No. STATEMENT CONCLUSION SYMBOLS ACTION 1 P © Q means P is not greater than Q. It means that P is less than or equal to Q. © ≤ 2 P # Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q. It means that P is less than Q. # < 3 P @ Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q. It means that P is equal to Q. @ = 4 P & Q means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q. It means that P is greater than Q. & > 5 P \$ Q means P is not smaller than Q. It means that P is greater than or equal to Q. \$ ≥

Now revise the statement:-
O \$ B, B @ S, S # C, C © R
Using above Table,
O ≥ B, B = S, S < C, C ≤ R
Combine the same elements, it becomes
O ≥ B = S < C ≤ R
Make Conclusions as follows by using above combination:
 S. NO. CONCLUSIONS ACTION IMPLICIT / EXPLICIT I S © O S ≤ O IMPLICIT II R & S R > S IMPLICIT III B # R B < R IMPLICIT IV B # E B < E IMPLICIT

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