A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning – by R. S. Aggarwal

A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning – by R. S. Aggarwal book review:- While maintaining the core strengths and structure of the previous version.

such as presenting all types of questions and solved examples in a categorized, well-organized, and graded manner.

this updated edition of A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning provides readers with additional questions from various competitive examinations such as SSC-CGL Tier I, CSAT, SBI (PO), RBI Grade B, and others.

A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning Book

Logical reasoning is the method of using a statistical procedure and statement to reach a conclusion.

In addition to a formal logical reasoning called inference, there are two types of logical reasoning that are used informally: abduction and induction.

The section on logical reasoning is a foundational section that is at the heart of successful evaluation.


As a result, Logical Reasoning is a critical component of any Competitive test, and students should be well-versed in all aspects of the subject.

The book includes many of the most up-to-date patterns, techniques, and formats.

R. S. Aggarwal Logical Reasoning Book Review

The book “A Textbook of Fluid Mechanics” covers the entire Fluid Mechanics syllabus for various technical universities in India.

Fluid kinematics, fluid statics, and fluid dynamics are some of the branches of fluid mechanics.

It also serves as an excellent resource for aspirants of different entrance exams, with a total of 16 chapters followed by two special chapters of ‘Universities Questions (Latest) with Solutions’ and ‘GATE and UPSC Examinations Questions with Answers/Solutions’ after each unit.

Nearly 1400 examples, graphs, charts, and chapter-end highlights help to illustrate the concepts.

There are nearly 900 practice questions at the end of each chapter.

At the end of the book, students will find University Questions, GATE & UPSC Examination Questions, and Laboratory Experiments that will help them improve their practice quotient.

Table of Contents: Fluid Characteristics Pressure Calculation Surface Hydrostatic Forces Floatation and buoyancy Kinematics of Fluids Fluid Dynamics is a term that refers to the Analysis of Dimensions and Models Flow-through mouthpieces and orifices Notches and Weirs for Flow-Flow in a Laminar Direction Pipes of Turbulent Flow Flowing in Pipes Theory of Boundary Layers Drag and Lift Flow Around Submerged Bodies Flow that can be compressed Flow in Open Channels Flow in Open Channels Questions and Answers from Universities (Recently Selected) Exams for GATE and UPSC Answers/Solutions to Questions (Latest-Selected) Practical Experience in the Laboratory.

Important Key Features:

• An additional section with new questions from recent examinations.
• These questions are based on the latest trend and pattern of examinations.
• Complete solutions have been added to provide a simple and clear understanding of the logic involved in the questions

Table of Content :

with the help of this, you can easily understand the book’s entire content at a glance. hope this will help to understand the book summary.

• Logic
• Statement – Arguments
• Statement – Assumptions
• Statement – Courses of Action
• Statement – Conclusions
• Deriving Conclusions from Passages
• Theme Detection
• Cause and Effect Reasoning

A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning Useful For:

Aspirants if you go with this book that will surely help to prepare for your competitive examination which we are going to described below.

• IBPS-CWE Bank PO/Clerical/Specialist Officers, RRB Officers; SBI-PO/Clerical; NABARD &IDBI Bank Executive Offices
• SSC-CGL (Tier I and II); SSC-CHSL (10+2); SSC-FCI Grade III; SSC-CPO/SI/ASI, Income Tax etc.
• UPSC-CSAT, SCRA etc; and other State Services Exams
• Railways Grade ‘D’ & other Technical & Non-Technical Exam
• MAT; CMAT; CET (MBA); SNAP; BBA; BBM & other B School Admission Tests
• NTSE; CLAT; Hotel Management etc.


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