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PCSR Civil Service Exam Review Guide 14

After learning work problems, we now learn how to answer mixture problems. PART I: MATH A. Videos Mixture Problem Part 1 Mixture Problem Part 2 Mixture Problem Part 3 Mixture Problem Part 4 B. Articles How to Solve Mixture Problem Part 1 How to Solve Mixture Problem Part 2 How to Solve Mixture Problem Part… Read More »

PCSR Civil Service Exam Review Guide 11

After learning age problems in PCSR Review Guide 10, let us now learn motion problems. Motion problems are problems that deal with distance, rate, and time. Watch the videos below and read the articles. From Wednesday to Saturday this week, I will post 10-15 practice problems. PART I: MATH A. Videos Introduction to Motion Problems… Read More »

PCSR Civil Service Exam Review Guide 10

After learning how to solve number problems, let’s learn how to solve age problems. Watch the videos below and read the articles. Then, we will have exercise later. PART I: MATH A. Videos (These videos are in Taglish and the links point to Youtube). How to Solve Age Problems Part 1 How to Solve Age Problems… Read More »

PCSR Civil Service Exam Review Guide 9

PART I: MATH A. Youtube Videos (All videos are in Taglish) How to Solve Number Problems Mentally How to Solve Number Problems Mentally 1 How to Solve Number Problems Mentally 2 How to Solve Number Problems Mentally 3 How to Solve Word Number Problems How to Solve Word Number Problems Part 1 How to Solve… Read More »

PCSR Civil Service Exam Review Guide 8

PART I: MATH A. Youtube Videos Lesson on Equations Lesson 1: Introduction to Equations Lesson 2: Solutions to Equations Lesson 3: Properties of Equality Lesson 4: Solving Equations Part 1 Lesson 5: Solving Equations Part 2 Lesson 6: Solving Equations Part 3 Lesson 7: Solving Equations Part 4 How to Solve Equations How to Solve Equations… Read More »

PEMDAS Exercises Set 1 Answers

Below are the answers to PEMDAS Exercises Set 1. Part I 1. 2. Note: Be careful! A lot of people make mistakes in number 2. If no other operation is between addition and subtraction, you operate from left to right. Here, we must subtract first before we add. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Note:… Read More »

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