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Addition of Similar Digit with Decimal Numbers Shortcut tricks

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Addition of Similar Digit with Decimal Numbers Shortcut tricks

Shortcut tricks on addition of similar digit with decimal numbers are one of the most important topics in exams. Time is the main factor in competitive exams. If you know time management then everything will be easier for you. Most of us skip that part. We provide examples on Addition of Similar Digit with Decimal Numbers shortcut tricks here in this page below. These shortcut tricks cover all sorts of tricks on Addition of Similar Digit with Decimal Numbers. Visitors please read carefully all shortcut examples. These examples will help you to understand shortcut tricks on Addition of Similar Digit with Decimal Numbers.

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Addition of Similar Digit with Decimal Numbers Shortcut tricks

Traditionally this is very time consuming to calculate the Addition of Similar with Decimal Numbers , And it create confusion at that moment in speed, So don’t worry here we given Quick shortcut tricks to do quick calculation by using of Quick shortcut tricks.Sometime we face this type of Addition in Exam hall Addition of Similar Digit Numbers.we share this trick to your better understanding.

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Example #1 – Addition of Decimal Numbers

0.5 + 0.55 + 0.555 = ?

1. 1.550
2. 1.605
3. 1.805
4. 1.999

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Answer: Option (B)
How to Solve

1. Take 5 Common and Replace all 5 with 1,
5 ( 0.1 + 0.11 + 0.111 )
2. Count number of digits after the decimal place,
i.e, 0.1=1(digit), 0.11=2(digit), 0.111=3(digit).
3. Write down all digits together but in reverse order like, 0.321
4. Multiply 5 x 0.321 = 1.605
The final result is 1.605.
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Example #2 – Addition of Decimal Numbers

0.6 + 0.66 + 0.666 = ?

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1. 1.926
2. 2.055
3. 2.550
4. 2.999

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Answer: Option (A)
How to Solve

1. Take 6 Common and Replace all 6 with 1,
6 ( 0.1 + 0.11 + 0.111 )
2. Count number of digits after the decimal place,
i.e, 0.1=1(digit), 0.11=2(digit), 0.111=3(digit).
3. Write down all digits together but in reverse order like, 0.321
4. Multiply 6 x 0.321 = 1.926.
The final result is 1.926.
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Example #3 – Addition of Decimal Numbers

0.7 + 0.77 + 0.777 + 0.7777 = ?

1. 2.0005
2. 2.0550
3. 2.0880
4. 3.0247

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Answer: Option (D)
How to Solve

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1. Take 7 Common and Replace all 7 with 1,
7 ( 0.1 + 0.11 + 0.111 + 0.1111 )
2. Count number of digits after the decimal place,
i.e, 0.1=1(digit), 0.11=2(digit), 0.111=3(digit), 0.1111=4(digit).
3. Write down all digits together but in reverse order like, 0.4321
4. Multiply 7 x 0.4321 = 3.0247.
The final result is 3.0247.
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Example #4 – Addition of Decimal Numbers

0.9 + 0.99 + 0.999 + 0.9999 + 0.99999 = ?

1. 4.58823
2. 4.88889
3. 5.00005
4. 5.32545

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Answer: Option (B)
How to Solve

1. Take 9 Common and Replace all 9 with 1,
9 ( 0.1 + 0.11 + 0.111 + 0.1111 + 0.11111 )
2. Count number of digits after the decimal place,
i.e, 0.1=1(digit), 0.11=2(digit), 0.111=3(digit), 0.1111=4(digit), 0.11111=5(digit).
3. Write down all digits together but in reverse order like, 0.54321
4. Multiply 9 x 0.54321 = 4.88889.
The final result is 4.88889.
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Example #5 – Addition of Decimal Numbers

0.4 + 0.44 + 0.444 + 0.4444 + 0.44444 = ?

1. 1.99543
2. 2.00425
3. 2.17284
4. 2.36556

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Answer: Option (C)
How to Solve

1. At first take 4 Common and Replace all 4 with 1,
4 ( 0.1 + 0.11 + 0.111 + 0.1111 + 0.11111 )
2. Count number of digits after the decimal place,
i.e, 0.1=1(digit), 0.11=2(digit), 0.111=3(digit), 0.1111=4(digit), 0.11111=5(digit).
3. Write down all digits together but in reverse order like, 0.54321
4. Multiply 4 x 0.54321 = 2.17284.
The final result is 2.17284.
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Example #6

0.3 + 0.33 + 0.333 + 0.3333 + 0.33333 = ?

1. 1.26563
2. 1.46762
3. 1.57878
4. 1.62963

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Answer: Option (D)
How to Solve

1. At first take 3 Common and Replace all 3 with 1,
3 ( 0.1 + 0.11 + 0.111 + 0.1111 + 0.11111 )
2. Count number of digits after the decimal place,
i.e, 0.1=1(digit), 0.11=2(digit), 0.111=3(digit), 0.1111=4(digit), 0.11111=5(digit).
3. Write down all digits together but in reverse order like, 0.54321
4. Multiply 3 x 0.54321 = 1.62963.
The final result is 1.62963.
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Example #7

0.2 + 0.22 + 0.222 + 0.2222 + 0.22222 = ?

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1. 1.08642
2. 1.15636
3. 1.36776
4. 1.54338

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Answer: Option (A)
How to Solve

1. Take 2 Common and Replace all 2 with 1,
2 ( 0.1 + 0.11 + 0.111 + 0.1111 + 0.11111 )
2. Count number of digits after the decimal place,
i.e, 0.1=1(digit), 0.11=2(digit), 0.111=3(digit), 0.1111=4(digit), 0.11111=5(digit).
3. Write down all digits together but in reverse order like, 0.54321
4. Multiply 2 x 0.54321 = 1.08642.
The final result is 1.08642.
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21 comments

1. Ashok Kumar says:

Nicccc trick

2. Megha says:

sir, how to calculate 66+666+6666. your method is not applicable for this type of questions

• Admin says:

66+666+6666 = 7398 take common 6 replace with 1 like 11 + 111 + 1111 = 1233 then 1233 x 6 = 7398 ans.

• Saloni says:

Sir i dont know even basic maths and want to crack b.el.ed which requires lower maths i.e till class 10…so how should i start preparing for my entrance exam

• Saloni says:

I dint get it sir

• Sanchit says:

Why?

• Varun says:

Because u are starting with 2 Digit no. So you have to repeate the number after 3 digits because you are taking extra first digit in 1234 than 6 Will b multiply with 1233
for example 666+6666+66666=?
take 6 Common
digits will remain are 111+1111+11111

now its 345 . But we will take take 2 Extra digit before 345, i.e. 1,2 then it will become 12345. But we have taken 2 digits extra in the begining. So we will repeate last two digits i.e. 12333 Now we will multiply 6 With 12333 And answer will be 73998.
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• ANKIT GARG says:

66+666+6666
6 (11+111+1111)
6 (1223)
= 7338 answer

• Vishal e jawanjalkar says:

Take 1234 as it will have first digit with 1st decimal place u have to substract last so,
1234×6 , as 6 is the common factor then answer is 7404 then substract 6 of 1st decimal place then 7398 will be ur answer

• Sanchit says:

it will apply. Can you please try first.

• mukesh vyas says:

66
666
6666

total 7398
1234*6=7404-6=7398

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• SAHIL KADECHA says:

66+666+6666 FOR THIS FIRST TAKE 6 COMMON . THEN 6(2+3+4 DIGITS ARE THERE) SO LET’S 1 AS IMAGINARY DIGIT SO,6 multiplied by 1234=7404)
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• Satbir says:

It is applicable Megha
6(2digit+3digit+4digit)
Add 1 as it is missing
6*1234= 7404
now subtract 6
7398

3. Sasi says:

Sir…how can I start prepare exams for banking?

• Admin says:

if u weak in math then star with basic problems, then go for hard problems ..

4. pralak says:

pls send me math tricks to crack the gate

5. Susi S says:

Thank u so much for the tricks.

6. Ansu says:

superb trick decimal type problem!!!!

7. Shivan says:

WhAt in case Of Missing series . Like if we take 2+22+222+22222

8. Sarthak Das says:

For case like 0.5 + 0.55 + 0.555 + 0.55555
We can do it like 5×(0.54321) – 0.5555 as we have taken imaginary 4, we get 2.16055 which is answer

9. Manoj says:

How will we use shortcut trick in the given question?
0.4+0.44+0.444+0.44444

Please answer this