Magical Book On Quicker Maths is a book that helps its readers tackle the mathematics sections in all competitive exams with minimum effort.
In Magical Book On Quicker Maths, M. Tyra provides a new and speedier approach to problem solving, one that is simple to understand and easy to apply. It is aimed at aspirants of all competitive exams conducted by banks, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), the Staff Selection Commission (SSC), LIC, CPO, UTI, GIC, and similar organizations.
With this book, M. Tyra aims to fulfil the need for faster and more effective methods of solving mathematical problems. The book begins with an introduction on tips for preparing for mathematics examinations, followed by chapters on various mathematical concepts. Some of the topics covered include fractions, surds, profit and loss, ratio and proportion, time and work, simple and compound interest, trigonometry, and data analysis.
The book is meant to help students from all streams, including science, commerce and arts.
The concepts involved are explained clearly and concisely so that students will find them easier to understand, regardless of whether or not they have good prior grounding in mathematics. The book also contains several illustrations, lending visual clarity to the concepts explained. It covers all the possible types and variations of problems that have appeared in competitive exams in recent times.
The author has put in two years of rigorous effort and research to come up with this book. He has derived many of the ideas from Vedic mathematics, number theory, and also through suggestions from his readers and other study resources on the subject.
About M. Tyra
M. Tyra or Manoj Tyra is an instructor of mathematics. He writes books on problem solving and quantitative aptitude, with a special focus on Vedic mathematics.
He has written Magical Book On Quicker Maths. Also, he has co-authored the book, Practice Book On Quicker Maths, with K. Kundan. This book can be used for practicing problem solving and strengthening one’s understanding of the concepts from Magical Book On Quicker Maths. He started his own publication with Banking Services Chronicle, a monthly magazine. He has also developed study material for correspondence courses for IIT, CAT, and banking examinations.
He graduated in 1990, with a degree in Mathematics from Delhi University. He has taught and mentored several students, helping them prepare for various competitive exams. Learn More