Q1

Q1 Amruta can do a piece of work in 20 days. Narendra is 25% more efficient than Amruta. The number of days taken by Narendra to do the same piece of work is:

15

16

18

25

Q2

Q2 A can finish a work in 24 days. B in 9 days and C in 12 days. B and C start the work but are forced to leave after 3 days. The remaining work was done by A in:

5 days

6 days

10 days

10 1/2 days

Q3

Q3 Pawan and Raghav can do a piece of work in 9 days and 12 days respectively. If they work for a day alternatively, Pawan beginning, in how many days, the work will be completed?

4 1/2days

5 days

9 1/4days

10 1/4days

Q4

Q4 A can do a work in 12 days. B is 60% more efficient than A. In how many days will B complete the work?

7 1/2days

14 days

9 1/4days

10 1/4days

Q5

Q5 A, B and C can do a piece of work in 20, 30 and 60 days respectively. In how many days can A do the work if he is assisted by B and C on every third day?

12 days

15 days

16 days

18 days

Q6

Q6 Suhan can do a work in 12 days and Simran can do the same in 36 days. With Rahul they can do the job in 8 days. So, Rahul can do the job in :

72 days

68 days

30 days

80 days

Q7

Q7 P is thrice as good a workman as Q and, therefore, is able to finish a job in 60 days less than Q. Working together, they can do it in :

45 days

22 1/2 days

30 days

12 1/2 days

Q8

Q8 P and Q can do a work in 18 days and 24 days respectively. They worked together for 8 days and then P left. The remaining work was finished by Q in

5 days

6 1/2 days

5 1/3 days

12 1/3 days

Q9

Q9 The number of days in which A and B together can finish a piece of work is 12 days less than the time taken by A alone and 27 days less than the time taken by B alone to finish the work. If A and B completed the work in 15 days with the help of C and got a total compensation of Rs 3000 for the work, then what is the share of C?

400

600

550

500

Q10

Q10 On a certain day, Ram works at 11/7th of his usual rate of doing work and finished the work 28 minutes earlier than the usual time required. Had Ram worked at 7/11th of his usual rate of doing work then the time taken by him to complete the work would have been how much more than the usual time required?

70 min

44 min

53 min

63 min

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