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## [Trigonometry] Type#2: Table based questions, memorization technique, approach explained for SSC CGL

Introduction Table based Questions Case1: finding value Case2: multiplication chain Case3: finding angle Mock Questions Introduction For SSC CGL trigonometry, there are mainly four types of questions Height and distance: and it has five subtypes. We already saw how to solve them. If you haven’t [...]

## [Trigonometry] Type#4: Questions based on Trig and Algebra combo

Algebra: 3 formulas Trigonometry: Formulas Case: Only trig formulas Case: Combo of Trig + algebra formulas Mock Questions Before moving to the next topic of trigonometry, I would like to quote the tweets of SSC chairman’s official account: What SSC chief said In SSC CGL [...]

## [RBI Assistant] Call Letters, Demo Questions, Instructions for Computer Based Test

Call Letter Structure of online exam Timelimit Medium Instructions for Computer Based Test Negative marking/Penalty SAMPLE QUESTIONS TEST I : REASONING TEST II : ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEST III: NUMERICAL ABILITY TEST IV : GENERAL AWARENESS TEST V : COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE Details of the [...]

## [Location Factors]: Iron-Coal based industries, & Industrial inertia for UPSC GS Mains Paper 1

Prologue Iron-coal industry Location factors Iron Industry: three locations #1: Near Forest #2: Near coal fields #3: Near coastal areas Factor: Empty Wagons Ural-Kuznetsk combine Bokaro Rourkela Combine The curious case of Cleveland Factor: Coking coal Shortage Factor: Technology Industrial Inertia Why industrial [...]

## [RBI Grade B Officer] Hall Tickets/ Admission Letters are out, Demo Questions, Instructions for Computer Based Test

Not an Article, just to inform you that RBI has uploaded Call Letter for the Grade B Officer examination. Goto following link: ibpsreg.sifyitest.com/rbijuly/login.php?appid=dwe134asdqascalqniei As per the handout, there are section cutoffs, negative marking but there is no ‘sectional timing’. They’ll throw all 200 questions you to [...]

## [Ethics] Samples questions based on ethics courses of San Diego and Texas University

Few weeks back, UPSC had uploaded Ethics case study sample questions for the GS paper IV click me. Continuing on that line, here are some more sample questions on “ethics”. Although this article itself is full of not-so-ethical-behavior, because I haven’t designed most of these [...]

## [Ethics] Sample Questions, Case studies for UPSC General studies paper 4 based on Donald Menzel’s book

Prologue Essay-ish / Abstract Questions Ethics Case Studies / Role playing Questions Disobeying an informal order Returning unspent money Misleading for good purpose Private matter of Public employee? Political neutrality Political neutrality Part.2 Salary hike vs Team spirit Holding Charity Auctions in the [...]

## [Economic Survey] Ch8: Agriculture Fertilizer, Nutrient Based Subsidy Policy, Budget 2014, Schemes, Funds

Prologue [Act 1] Fertilizers: Botany /Chemistry angle (NCERT) [Act 2] Subsidies: Where is it counted in budget? [Act 3] What is Nutrient Based subsidy (NBS)? Disadvantages of NBS? Urea smuggling [Act 4] Budget-2014 on Agriculture Soil Health card National market & Food security [...]

## [Ethics] E1/P2: Human Interface: Theories of Ethics- Teleological, Deontological, Virtue Ethics, Conduct Ethics, Rights based, Utilitarianism, Hedonism, Egoism,

3 Theories of Ethics (V-C-R) T1: Virtue Ethics T2: Conduct Ethics T2A: Utilitarian Theory T2B: Hedonism T2C: Egoism Summary of Conduct Ethics T3: Rights Based Ethics 3 Generation of rights John Rawls Case study: Sardar & ICS Case study: Ethical justification? Descriptive Questions [...]

## What are the assumptions on which the input-output model is based ?

Ans. Input-output model is based on the following assumptions - (i) Two products are not produced jointly. Every industry produces one homogeneous good. However, this assumption can be released if it is possible to consider the good as a composite unit i.e., the good is [...]