Maths is quite an abstract subject, and it can be rather intimidating at times. However, you can learn mathematics easily and effortlessly if you practice enough. To guide you in this endeavour, we have provided detailed solutions on many important concepts. The solutions are elaborated with simple, yet detailed explanations. Relevant formulas are listed out wherever required. Tips and shortcuts are provided to save precious time and effort.

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