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A and B can complete a piece of work in 12 and 18 days respectively. A begins to do the work and they work alternatively one at a time for one day each. The whole work will be completed in ?

Course Name: Quantitative Aptitude

  • 1]

    \({ \text{14}}\frac{1}{3}{ \text{ days}}\)

  • 2]

    \({ \text{15}}\frac{2}{3}{ \text{ days}}\)

  • 3]

    \({ \text{16}}\frac{1}{3}{ \text{ days}}\)

  • 4]

    \({ \text{18}}\frac{2}{3}{ \text{ days}}\)

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1
Discuss

A, B and C can complete a work in 10, 12 and 15 days respectively. They started the work together. But A left the work 5 days before its completion. B also left the work 2 days after A left. In how many days was the work completed ?

  • 1] 4
  • 2] 5
  • 3] 7
  • 4] 8
Solution
2
Discuss

A does 20% less work than B. If A can complete a piece of work in \({ \text{7}}\frac{1}{2}\) hours, then B can do it in?

 

  • 1] 5 hours
  • 2] 4 hours
  • 3] 6 hours
  • 4] 7 hours
Solution
3
Discuss

Some carpenters promised to do a job in 9 days but 5 of them were absent and remaining men did the job in 12 day. The original number of carpenters was ?

  • 1] 24
  • 2] 20
  • 3] 16
  • 4] 18
Solution
4
Discuss

A single reservoir supplies the petrol to the whole city, while the reservoir is fed by a single pipeline filling the reservoir with the stream of uniform volume. When the reservoir is full and if 40, 000 litres of petrol is used daily, the supply fails in 90 days. If 32, 000 litres of petrol used daily, it fails in 60 days. How much petrol can be used daily without the supply ever failing?

  • 1] 64000 litres
  • 2] 56000 litres
  • 3] 60000 litres
  • 4] 78000 litres
  • 5] None of these
Solution
5
Discuss

A man undertakes to do a certain work in 150 days. He employs 200 men. He finds that only a quarter of the work is done in 50 days. The number of additional men that should be appointed so that the whole work will be finished in time is = ?

  • 1] 75
  • 2] 100
  • 3] 125
  • 4] 50
Solution
6
Discuss

Twenty women can do a work in sixteen days. Sixteen men can complete the same work in fifteen days. What is the ratio between the capacity of a man and a woman?

  • 1]

    3 : 4

  • 2]

    4 : 3

  • 3]

    5 : 3

  • 4]

    Data Inadequate

Solution
7
Discuss

Working together B and C take 50% more number of days than A, B and C together take and A and B working together, take \(\frac{8}{3} \)more number of days than A, B and C take together. If A, B, and C all have worked together till the completion of the work and B has received Rs. 120 out of total earnings of Rs. 450, then in how many days did A, B and C together complete the whole work?

 

  • 1] 2 days
  • 2] 4 days
  • 3] 6 days
  • 4] 8 days
  • 5] 10 days
Solution
8
Discuss

A and B together can do a piece of work in 30 days, B and C together can do it in 20 days, A starts the work and works on it for 5 days, B takes up and work for 15 days. Finally C finishes the work in 18 days. The number of days in which C alone can do the work where doing it separately is = ?

  • 1] 120 days
  • 2] 40 days
  • 3] 60 days
  • 4] 24 days
Solution
9
Discuss

40 men can complete a piece of work in 15 days. 20 more men joined them after 5 days they start doing work. How many days will be required by them to finish the remaining work ?

  • 1]

    \({ \text{7}}\frac{2}{3}{ \text{ days}}\)

  • 2]

    \({ \text{6}}\frac{1}{5}{ \text{ days}}\)

  • 3]

    \({ \text{8}}\frac{1}{4}{ \text{ days}}\)

  • 4]

    \({ \text{6}}\frac{2}{3}{ \text{ days}}\)

Solution
10
Discuss

If p men working p hours per day for p days produce p units of work, then the units of work produced by n men working n hours a day for days is = ?

  • 1]

    \(\frac{{{{ \text{p}}^{ \text{2}}}}}{{{{ \text{n}}^{ \text{2}}}}}\)

  • 2]

    \(\frac{{{{ \text{p}}^{ \text{3}}}}}{{{{ \text{n}}^{ \text{2}}}}}\)

  • 3]

    \(\frac{{{{ \text{n}}^{ \text{2}}}}}{{{{ \text{p}}^{ \text{2}}}}}\)

  • 4]

    \(\frac{{{{ \text{n}}^{ \text{3}}}}}{{{{ \text{p}}^{ \text{2}}}}}\)

Solution
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