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As we all know that simplification is most widely asked topic in almost every banking exam. So let us try to understand what is actually meant by word ‘Simplification’.

Simplification means to find out a final answer for a complex calculation.

Simplification questions are asked to check the ability of a student to deal with numbers which can be in one of the following two types.

Rules related to Simplification Rule-(I) Replace ‘of’ by ‘Multiplication’ ‘/’ by ‘Division’.

Explanation: Whenever we find ‘of’ in a simplification problem, we can replace that by ‘multiplication(*)’. Similiarly ‘/’ can be replaced by ‘÷’.

Explanation:

Example: Find ¼ of 20

Example: Find ¼ of 20

Solution: (¼) x 20 = 20÷4 = 5

Solution:

Rule-(II) Always keep in mind the “BODMAS” rule. These operations have priorities in the same order as mentioned.

Rule-(II) Always keep in mind the “BODMAS” rule. These operations have priorities in the same order as mentioned.

Explanation: Whenever we have more than one operation in the given calculation, we have to do the operations according to the priority specified by ‘BODMAS’

Example: Simplify: (2+3)*30

Solution: In this question, we have two things-Bracket Multiplication. According to the BODMAS rule, we have to solve bracket first and not multiplication. So now coming to bracket, we have only one operation-Addition, so we will do addition.

(2+3)*30 = 5*30

Now we have only one operation to do – Multiplication

5*30 = 150

Example : Simplify: (2+5) of 80

Solution: In this question, we have three things – bracket, addition of. Replacing ‘of’ by ‘multiplication’.

(2+5) of 30 = (2+5)*80

Now we have three things – bracket, addition Multiplication. According to the BODMAS rule, we have to solve bracket first and not multiplication. So now coming to bracket, we have only one operation-Addition, we will do addition.

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In order to support community development, the creation of affordable housing, and increased job opportunities, the Council has authorized the Mayor to dispose of District-owned real property that the Council has determined is no longer needed for public use. See D.C. Official Code § 10-801 et. seq.

To do this, the Mayor submits a surplus resolution and a disposition resolution for approval by the Council. The surplus resolution is used to determine that the real property is no longer required for public purposes. The disposition resolution details how the Mayor plans for the real property to be developed. As part of the disposition resolution, the Mayor must submit an executed term sheet, memorandum of understanding, or land disposition agreement between the District and the selected developer. These documents describe, among other things, the major business terms of the transaction, the method of disposition, any Certified Business Enterprise requirements and any green building requirements. The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development acts as the lead agency in development projects. Below, please find technical documents that include surplus and disposition resolutions, land disposition agreements, and other documents for DMPED projects. If you have any questions, please contact the FOIA Officer. Click here for more DMPED Land Disposition Agreements and other Technical Documents

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