Learning Objectives

  • To get aware of direction map.
  • Increasing interest about this segment of reasoning.
  • Improving the logical ability.
  • To be perfect in solving problems.

Number Series is the most important topic of Mathematics. In the number series questions, the series is based on sequences of numbers that follow a logical pattern based on basic arithmetic concepts and we have to detect that concept then predict the next number or the missing term or identify the wrong number in the sequence by following the same logic. Only practice can help you to make it perfect.

Logical thinking skills are important because they can help you reason through important decisions, solve problems, generate creative ideas and set goals—all of which are necessary for developing your career.

An alphanumeric sequence is a sequence which consists of both alphabets and numbers. In this sequence, we can also add some symbols along with alphabets and numbers. We can expect one to two questions from this lesson. 

This course is build using Adaptive Algorithm, students need to answer the questions provided to move ahead to continue the lesson. This course serves as a general introduction for students seeking to acquire a foundation in current network technologies for local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs) and the Internet. The course provides an introduction to hardware, software, terminology, components, design, and connections of a network. Network concepts such as the OSI model, topological, and major protocols, as well as the basic functions of system administration and operation are also included. This course is free for the students,they can use the guest login to access the complete lesson

This lesson covers the basics of orthographic projection, by the end of the lesson, student will be able to 

  • Identify the principle views used in orthographic projections
  • Identify the types of lines used in projection drawings and the purpose of each
  • Identify auxiliary and sectional views
  • Identify the differences between first and third angle projections.
  • This lesson is free for students by using Guest login