How to Use this Course
Two Categories of Examples
This course is build on 17 different examples which are split into two different categories Even Examples and Odd Examples. Examples in different categories require different method of solution.
Start from easy and progress to hard
Within category examples are arranged in levels of similar difficulty. Level 1 examples are easiest. Higher level examples require more advanced skills! We recommend you start with Level 1 and work through to higher levels.
Try to solve each Example by yourself
For each Example, open Question section first. If you have an idea how to solve it, then go ahead and solve it. Once you found the solution, you can match it with the correct answer in Correct Answer section.
If you don't know how to solve the question, then progress directly to Complete Written Solution or to Complete Video Solution sections.
Once you learned the solution, attempt the next Example by yourself first.
Make sure that your answer is correct
Make absolutely sure that you answer is exactly the same as the answer published in Correct Answer section. In case, you see even minor difference, make sure you find out what went wrong with your solution. Use Complete Written Solution and Complete Video Solution section to find out gaps in your thinking.
You learn tenfold when you fix your own mistakes
Every time your answer and/or your working is not exactly the same as ours, you have a unique opportunity to expand your knowledge.
You learn tenfold when you find gaps in your thinking.
Use wisely every such opportunity: identify the steps where you went wrong; analyse why mistake occurred. If unsure, ask questions!
If you feel there is something is missing, if you feel that you have gaps, ask questions!
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