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C O M

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1. When time is the same, more men are needed to do more work i.e. number of men and work are

directly proportional to each other.

M∝W

2. When work is constant , man and time are inversely proportional to each other

1

M∝ , where M is the number of men and D is the number of days.

D

M1D1H1 M2D2H2

3. = where M, D, H, W represent men, days, hours and work done respectively.

W1 W2

4. If a worker takes x days to finish a piece of work (working alone) and the second one takes y days to

xy

finish the same piece of work (working alone), together they will take days to finish the same job.

x+y

5. If pipe A takes x hours to fill a tank and pipe B takes y hours to empty the same tank (working alone),

xy

then together they will take hours to fill the tank. ( y > x).

y−x

6. If A, B, and C are three persons who can finish the work W alone in a, b, and c days respectively,

abc

together they can finish the work in days.

ab + bc + ca

7. If A and B can do same work alone in x and y days, the ratio of their wages when they work together

1 1

will be : .

x y

8. If A and B together can do a piece of work in X days, B and C can finish the same piece of work in Y

days while C and A can finish it in Z days. Then

2 XYZ

(A) A, B and C working together can finish in days.

XY + YZ + ZX

2 XYZ

(B) A alone will finish the job in days.

XY + YZ − ZX

2 XYZ

(C) B alone will finish the job in days.

XZ + YZ − YX

2 XYZ

(D) C alone will finish the job in days.

XY + XZ − ZY

9. (a) If A can finish a piece of work in x days and B is k times more efficient than A, then the time

x

taken by both A and B working together to complete the piece of work is

1+ k

(b) If A and B working together can finish a piece of work in X days and B is k times more efficient

than A, the time taken by

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W W W . T C Y O N L I N E . C O M

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⎛ k + 1⎞

(ii) B, working alone, to complete the piece of work is ⎜ ⎟

⎝ k ⎠

10. If A working alone takes ‘a’ days more than A and B working alone takes ‘b’ days more than A and B

together, the number of days taken by A and B working together to finish a job is given by ab .

11. If ‘a’ men and ‘b’ women can do a piece of work in n days, ‘c’ men and ‘d’ women can do the same

⎛ nab ⎞

piece of work in ⎜ ⎟ days.

⎝ bc + ad ⎠

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