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# MATHEMATICS

## Dr. T.K. Jain.

AFTERSCHOOOL
Centre for social entrepreneurship
Bikaner
M: 9414430763
tkjainbkn@yahoo.co.in
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The perimeter / circumference
of a circle, triangle, rectangle
and square are equal, which
has the highest area?
 Let us assume perimenter to be 44.
 Circle has area of 154.
 Square has area of 121
 Rectangle will have area less than
121 – so no need to calculate
 Side of equilateral triangle = 44/3 =
14.6
 1.732/4 *(14.6*14.6) = 92 approx.
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Reduce 357/609 to lowest
terms?
 Find HCF of these 2 numbers.
 Divide 609 by 357, remainder is 252,
now divide 357 by 252, remainder is
105, now divide 252 by 105, we get
42 as remainder, now divide 105 by
42, we get 21 as the remainder and
21 completely divides 42 – it is HCF.
 Divide 357 & 609 both by 21, we get

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Find the odd one out:
25,36,49,81,121,169,225
 36is the answer – rest all are
squares of odd numbers.

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There are 21 mango, 42
banana and 56 orange trees,
they have to be put in such
form that each row contains
only one type of trees and no.
of trees in a row are equal. How
many rows will be there?
 Find HCF of 21, 42,56 = 7
 Each type of tree will have 21/7,
42/7, 56/7 rows thus total : 3+6+8 =
17 rows.
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Find (100000)^2-
(99999)^2?
 Thisis the example of X^2-Y^2 =
(X+Y) (X-Y)
 X + Y = 199999
 X-Y = 1
 199999*1 = 199999

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One side of a square is
increased by 10%, what is
change in its area?
 Let us assume side of square to be 1.
now the side becomes 1.1
 1.1*1.1 = 1.21
 Earlier area was 1*1 = 1
 Change in area = .21 (or 21%).

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One side of a cube is increased
by 10%, what is change in its
volume?
 Let us assume side of cube to be 1.
now the side becomes 1.1
 1.1*1.1*1.1 = 1.331
 Earlier area was 1*1*1 = 1
 Change in area = .331 (or 33%).

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One side of an equilateral
triangle is increased by 10%,
what is change in its area?
 Let us assume side of equilateral
triangle to be 1. now the side
becomes 1.1
 1.1*1.1 = 1.21 *(1.732/4) =.5239
 Earlier area was 1*1 = 1 *
(1.732/4)=.433
 Change in area = .21 (or 21%).
 (.5239-.433 = .09)
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What % of 7.2 KG is 18
grams?
= 18 / 7200 *100 = .25 % answer

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Convert 8.333% Into a
fraction.
 8+ 3/9
 75/9
 Divide it by 100
 75/9 *1/100
 = 1/12 answer

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I paid 5% tax on my income and
deposited 20% income as
savings in bank account. Now I
have Rs. 19190 with me. What is
my gross income?
 To get income after tax, we should
add back the money deposited in
bank first.
 19190 *100/80 = 2397.5
 To find gross income, we will add
back the tax paid by us:
23987.5*100/95=25250
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p/q +q/p = 9, what is p^2/q^2
+ q^2/p^2?
 Let us assume p/q = X
 Let us assume q/p = Y
 X+Y = 9; square it: X^2 + 2XY+Y^2
= 81
 We know that Y is reverse of X and
XY = 1
 X^2 + 2+Y^2 = 81
 Therefore, X^2+Y^2 = 81-2 = 79
(remember – (x+y)^2 = X^2+Y^2
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In an examination, 85%
students were successful. The
number of students who failed
was 300. How many students
appeared in the examination.
 15% students failed in the
examination.
 Thus total number of students is :
 =100/15 * 300 = 2000 students

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A % of B plus B% of A is equal
to?
 Let us assume A = 100, and B = 200.
 Thus 200 + 200 = 400, which is B%
of B.

##  Letus assume A = 100, and B = 50.

 Thus 50+50 = 100, which is A% of A

 Thusthe number is A / B % of A or B
(whichever is higher).
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200 is X % of 6000. what is
X?
 3.33

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What % of 2.5 is 7.5?

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What is the average of first 5
multiples of 123?
 123*3 = 369 answer.

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Volumes of 2 spheres are in
ratio of 1:8, what is the ratio of
 1:2

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Volumes of 2 cubes are in ratio
of 1:8, what is the ratio of their
sides?
 1:2

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Ratio of age of father & son is
4:1 and product of their age is
196.what will be ratio of their
age 5 years hence?
 4x*1x = 196
 4x^2=196
 X^2= 49
 X= 7, the ages are: 28 & 7
 After 5 years, their ages will be : 33
& 12.
 Thus the ratio will be 33:12 answer.
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4X=7B=2Y=3Z, wha are the
ratio of XBYZ?
 4,7,2,3 - is it the answer
 Wrong.
 Easiest way is : ¼, 1/7, ½ & 1/3, now
take ratio (LCM of 4,7,2,3 and
multiply LCM to these numbers and
get the ratio).
 LCM is 84, multiply these numbers to
84.
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Afterschoool conducts three year integrated
PGPSE (after class 12th along with IAS / CA /
CS) and 18 month PGPSE (Post Graduate
Programme in Social Entrepreneurship) along
with preparation for CS / CFP / CFA /CMA /
FRM. This course is also available online also. It
also conducts workshops on social
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Why such a programme?
 To promote people to take up
entrepreneurship and help develop the
society
 To enable people to take up franchising
and other such options to start a business
/ social development project
 To enable people to take up social
development as their mission
 To enable people to promote spirituality
and positive thinking in the world
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Who are our supporters?
 Afterschoolians, our past
beneficiaries, entrepreneurs and
social entrepreneurs are supporting
us.
 You can also support us – not
necessarily by money – but by being
promotor of our concept and our
ideas.

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About AFTERSCHOOOL PGPSE – the
best programme for developing great
entrepreneurs
 Most flexible, adaptive but rigorous
programme
 Available in distance learning mode
 Case study focused- latest cases
 Industry oriented practical curriculum
 Designed to make you entrepreneurs – not
just an employee
 Option to take up part time job – so earn
while you learn
 The only absolutely free course on internet
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Workshops from
AFTERSCHOOOL
 IIF, Delhi
 CIPS, Jaipur
 ICSI Hyderabad Branch
 Gyan Vihar, Jaipur
 Apex Institute of Management, Jaipur
 Aravali Institute of Management, Jodhpur
 Xavier Institute of Management,
Bhubaneshwar
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 Engineering College, Hyderabad

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Flexible Specialisations:
 Spiritualising business and society
 Rural development and transformation
 HRD and Education, Social Development
 NGO and voluntary work
 Investment analysis,microfinance and inclusion
 Retail sector, BPO, KPO
 Accounting & Information system (with CA / CS
/CMA)
 Hospital management and Health care
 Hospitality sector and culture and heritage
 Other sectors of high growth, high technology and
social relevance

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Salient features:
 The only programme of its kind (in the whole world)
 No publicity and low profile course
 For those who want to achieve success in life – not just a
degree
 Indepth knowledge and expertise
 Professional approac: World class approach
 Strong intellectual and business capabilities
 Flexible – you may stay for a month and continue the rest
of the education by distance mode. / you may attend
weekend classes
 Scholarships for those from poor economic background
 Latest and constantly changing curriculum – keeping pace
with the time
 Placement for those who are interested
 Admissions open throughout the year
 Latest and most advanced technologies, books and study
material
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Components
 Pedagogy curriculum and approach based on IIM Ahmedabad and
ISB Hyderabad (the founder is alumnus from IIMA & ISB
 Meditation, spiritualisation, and self development
 Essential softwares for business
 Business plan, Research projects
 Participation in conferences / seminars
 Workshops on leadership, team building etc.
 Written submissions of research projects/articles / papers
 Interview of entrepreneurs, writing biographies of entrepreneurs
 Editing of journals / newsletters
 Consultancy / research projects
 Assignments, communication skill workshops
 Participation in conferences and seminars
 Group discussions, mock interviews, self development diaryng
 Mind Power Training & writing workshop (by Dr. T.K.Jain)

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Pedagogy
 Case analysis,
 Articles from Harvard Business Review
 Quiz, seminars, workshops, games,
 Visits to entrepreneurs and industrial visits
 Presentations, Latest audio-visuals
 Group discussions and group projects
 Periodic self assessment
 Mentoring and counselling
 Study exchange programme (with institutions out
of India)
 Rural development / Social welfare projects

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Branches
 AFTERSCHOOOL will shortly open its
branches in important cities in India
including Delhi, Kota, Mumbai,
Gurgaon and other important cities.
Afterschooolians will be responsible
for managing and developing these
branches – and for promoting social
entrepreneurs.

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Case Studies
 We want to write case studies on
social entrepreneurs, first generation
entrepreneurs, ethical entrepreneurs.
us to be in touch with entrepreneurs,
so that we may develop
entrepreneurs.

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Basic values at afterschoool
 Interact to develop yourself
 Fear is your worst enemy
 Make mistakes to learn
 Study & discuss in a group
 Criticism is the healthy route to mutual
support and help
 Ask fundamental questions : why, when,
how & where?
 Embrace change – and compete with
yourself only
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