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Before starting anything just do a math practice set. Then find out twenty math problems related to this topic and write those on a paper. Do first ten maths using basic formula of this math topic. You also need to keep track of Timing. Write down the time taken by you to solve those questions. Now practice our shortcut tricks on addition or sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1 and read examples carefully. After this do remaining ten questions and apply shortcut formula on those math problems. Again keep track of the time. This time you will surely see improvement in your timing. But this is not all you want. If you need to improve your timing more then you need to practice more.

You all know that math portion is very much important in competitive exams. That doesn’t mean that other sections are not so important. But only math portion can leads you to a good score. A good score comes with practice and practice. The only thing you need to do is to do your math problems correctly and within time, and only shortcut tricks can give you that success. But it doesn’t mean that without using shortcut tricks you can’t do any math problems. You may have that potential that you may do maths within time without using any shortcut tricks. But other peoples may not do the same. So Addition or sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1 shortcut tricks here for those people. Here in this page we try to put all types of shortcut tricks on Addition or sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1. But if you see any tricks are missing from the list then please inform us. Your little help will help others.

In Addition consecutive numbers shortcut tricks we learned how to find the sum of consecutive number in a group following each other continuously. that we simple way learned that problems using shortcut tricks.

This type of addition are looks easy. But you see there is to some common things happen in numbers, Here let see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 what outcome result shown when we perform such pairs of addition. Like when we added 1 to end number that is 9 we getting result is ( 9 + 1) = 10, after that when we add second number 2 with second end number, that is 8 ( 2 + 8 ) = 10 also we get result 10. So similarly adding both end we get the result as 10, If you notice care fully except 5 there is four pair where we adding to get result 10. Because there is no such pair with 5.

Let see tricks how we get Addition or sum of all consecutive numbers starting from one.

Tricks
First we Multiplication the sum of given numbers with plus one number, after that we divide that number by two.

Example #1 – Addition of all consecutive numbers Starting from One
Addition or Sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1 to 100.

1. 4444
2. 4650
3. 5050
4. 5500

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How to Solve

1. Calculate total number of Integers in the series. In this example it is 100.
2. Multiply total count with Count+1. Here it is 100 + 1 = 101.
100 x 101 = 10100
3. Divide the result by 2, i.e, 10100 / 2 = 5050.
The sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1 to 100 is 5050.
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Example #2 – Addition of all consecutive numbers Starting from One
Addition or Sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1 to 50.

1. 1275
2. 1476
3. 1644
4. 1844

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How to Solve

1. Calculate total number of Integers in the series. In this example it is 50.
2. Multiply total count with Count+1. Here it is 50 + 1 = 51.
50 x 51 = 2550
3. Divide the result by 2, i.e, 2550 / 2 = 1275 .
The sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1 to 50 is 1275.
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Example #3 – Addition of all consecutive numbers Starting from One
Addition or Sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1 to 60.

1. 1656
2. 1830
3. 2054
4. 2269

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How to Solve

1. Calculate total number of Integers in the series. In this example it is 60.
2. Multiply total count with Count+1. Here it is 60 + 1 = 61.
60 x 61 = 3660
3. Divide the result by 2, i.e, 3660 / 2 = 1830.
The sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1 to 60 is 1830.
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Example #4 – Addition of all consecutive numbers Starting from One
Addition or Sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1 to 90.

1. 3767
2. 3853
3. 3990
4. 4095

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How to Solve

1. Calculate total number of Integers in the series. In this example it is 90.
2. Multiply total count with Count+1. Here it is 90 + 1 = 91.
90 x 91 = 8190
3. Divide the result by 2, i.e, 8190 / 2 = 4095.
The sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1 to 90 is 4095.
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Example #5 – Addition of all consecutive numbers Starting from One
Addition or Sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1 to 71.

1. 2377
2. 2556
3. 2664
4. 2885

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How to Solve

1. Calculate total number of Integers in the series. In this example it is 71.
2. Multiply total count with Count+1. Here it is 71 + 1 = 72.
71 x 72 = 5112
3. Divide the result by 2, i.e, 5112 / 2 = 2556.
The sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1 to 71 is 2556.
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1. Teena Nancy says:

plz, give us to more example in this type.

2. sanju says:

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3. seshu says:

sir, this is helpful for me. but the most useful shortcut trick is using n(n+1)/2
example if to find sum from 1 up to 100 then 100(100+1)/2 = 5050

4. preeti says:

Give some examples on profit and loss…..wid short tricks…..

5. rabi gope says:

Please send all trick in my mail

6. Vishvajit says:

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7. Shasinarayan says:

Please send tricks of such types