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Class 12 Applied Maths-Study Lessons



This video explains how to use Ratios to solve problems in this topic. This is a branch of Applied Mathematics. Also taught in CBSE Class 12.


A Partnership is when 2 or more partners invest equal amounts of money for different time periods or unequal amounts for the same time period.


You are introduced to the two types of partnerships, namely simple and compound.You are also given the formulas for each partner's share in the profit in both partnerships.


The concept of working partner is explained. A working partner gets incentive.


A few of the problems are-


1.A and B started a partnership by investing in the ratio 3:5 respectively. After 5 months, C joined them with an amount equal to that of B. In what ratio, should the profit at the end of a year, be distributed among A, B and C respectively


2. Neena and Meena started a business by investing Rs 2,00,000 and Rs 1,50,000 respectively. After 6 months, Sheela joined them with Rs 2,50,000. If the total profit at the end of 1 year is Rs38,000, find Meena's share in the profit.


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Presenting the basic concept in filling and emptying of a tank with pipes and cisterns. Few solved problems are also given. Online tutoring is provided for those who may benefit from it.

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Class 12 Applied Math NCERT-Inferential Statistics-Introduction


You can learn Inferential Statistics easily. Presenting Part 1 of my classes on Inferential Statistics. Learn basic terms such as population, parameter, statistic, sample. You'll also learn about Statistical Inferences and it's three types.

Welcome to Inferential Statistics Lesson 2 Applied Math NCERT Class 12.


Guaranteed method to learn about confidence intervals, z values and more. You'll learn about interval estimation and margin of error. What are confidence intervals and z values?


Learn the basic standard z values frequently used. Learn how to calculate the interval estimation for population mean and population proportion.

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