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Counting figure 2

Piyush Dixit
A Techie who is blend of Software Engineering as profession and Teaching as Passion.

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sir mere pass ek idea hai sir kuch log ESE AAP se aaram se padana chahate too AAP video banaoo but sir me cahhata ki AAP 5000 q. ka PDF ka link de dijiye hum log jinko fast padana hai vo pad lenge sir job ka sawal please sir de dijiye sir please sir humko jaldi SAB padke fir reversion bhi kr lunga please sir
Very helpful sir, please make some more like this one
  1. Piyush Dixit MCA 4 years of teaching experience for Competitive Exams


  2. Counting Figures Predicting rain doesn't count. Building arks does. Warren Buffett Brainy Qot


  3. C2 C3 c4 c5 C6 R1 Before starting the new concept for triangle Let's quickly find the answer for R2 R3 R4 R5 21*15 315


  4. Find the no of triangle 1 2 3 Find the total number of interval 1+2+3 6 So our answer will be 6


  5. Find the no of triangle: 1 2 3 4 As it is clear from the image that there will be 4 interval in which this image will be divided hence total number of triangle will be (1+2+3+4) 10


  6. Find the no of triangle As it is clear from the image that there will be 4 interval in AD line hence total no of triangle will be (1+2+3+4) 10 Similarly the above given line gives three interval hence total triangle will be (1+2+3) 6 So total number of triangle for it will be 6+10 16


  7. Find the no of triangle: As it is clear from the image that there will be 4 interval in AD line hence total no of triangle will be (1+2+3+4) 10 Similarly the above given line from AD, has three interval hence total triangle will be (1+2+3) 6 and above that also has three interval hence total triangle will be So total number of triangle 10+6+6 22


  8. Find the no of triangle 1. Count the smaller no of triangle and multiply with 2, hence 2*4 8 2. Count the smaller no of triangle and multiply with 2, hence 2*6 12 3. Since this figure has two square, so we need to count each figure individually and we will get answer Bigger square has 8 triangle hence total triangle in it is 8*2 16 Similarly for smaller figure triangle are 8*2 16 So total triangle will be 16+16 32


  9. Find No of Triangle: Following our earlier trick We know that Triangle BDF,CEF and ADE will be having 3 triangle each so total 9 Then DEF and ABC will be two more hidden triangle so total number of triangle will be 9+2 11


  10. Q. Find the number of triangles in the given figure This is questions asked in one exam A) 25 B) 27 C) 29 D) 31 AGB, OEF and HCD are 3*3 -9 OEGB and OFCH are 8*2- 16 Now ABE, EBF, EFC and FCD are the remaining Hence total 9+16+4 = 29 triangle