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Contents:

1.Introduction

2.Basic Concepts

3.Rules and Tricks

4.Practice Questions

1. Introduction:

Time and Work problems are most

frequently asked problems in quantitative

aptitude. To solve these problems very

quickly, you should understand the

concept of Time and Work and some

shortcut methods.

Before starting:

then 1 cats would kill 1 rat in how many

days ???

2. Basic Concepts:

In solving the problems based on time and

work, we need to calculate the following

parameters.

(A) Time :- Time taken to complete an

assigned job.

(B) Individual time :- Time needed by single

person to complete a job.

(C) Work:- It is the amount of work done

actually.

Eﬃciency = Work/Time

and total work is 30 units then his eﬃciency

will be 6 unit work in one day.

ﬁnish 1/5th of the work in one day.

takes 1/3rd the time taken by B.

Sometimes , Eﬃciency is given, Time is

given and work is asked.

Let suppose

Eﬃciency of a man= 2units/day, he ﬁnishes

work in = 10 days

Total work= 2*10= 20 Units

Let A does a work in = 10 days, B does same

work in= 15 days

If they work together in how many days work

will be completed?

Eﬃciency of A = (Total work/10) units per day

Eﬃciency of B = (Total work/15) units per day

both 10 & 15 i.e. LCM of 10 & 15 =30

So Total Work = 30

Eﬃciency of A = (30/10) units per day= 3 units

per day

Eﬃciency of B = (30/15) units per day= 2 units

per day

If they work together= 5 units/day

Time= Work/Eﬃciency

3. Rules and Tricks:

Rule 1: Universal Rule

This rule can be used in almost every problems.

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Example:

•5 men can prepare 10 cycles in 6 days

working 6 hours a day. Then in how many

days can 12 men prepare 16 cycles working

8 hours a day?

Sol:

Here M1

= 5 ,W 1

= 10 ,D

1

=6, T1 =6 and

M2

= 12,W 2 =1 6,T2 = 8

So from the above rule

M1 D T

1 1W 2

= M 2D T

2 W

2 1

5 × 6 × 6 × 16 = 12 × D2

× 8× 1 0

Rule 2:

If A can do a piece of work in X days and B

can do the same work in Y days, then both

of them working together will do the same

work in

XY days.

X+y

Example:

If A can do a piece of work in 10 days and B can do

the same work in 15 days then how long will they

take if they both work together?

Solution 1:

A can ﬁnish the work in D1 = 1 0d ays.

B can ﬁnish the work in D2 = 1 5d ays.

A and B working together = D1 * D2

D1 + D2

= 10 * 15/ 10 + 15

= 150/25 = 6 days.

Solution 2: (UNITARY METHOD)

Let the total work be assumed as LCM(10,15)= 30

Units

To complete 30 units B takes 15 days

Units done in 1 day by B = 2

Units done in 1 day by A & B = 5

Rule 3:

If A is twice as good a workman as B, then A will take

half of the time taken by B to complete a piece of work.

Example:

A is twice as good a workman as B. Together, they ﬁnish

the work in 14 days. In how many days can it be done by

each separately?

Solution 1:

Let’s assume that A alone can ﬁnish the work in x days.

It is given that A is twice as good a workman as B so B

alone can ﬁnish the work in 2x days

= x * 2x / x + 2x = 2x2/3x = 14.

So x = 21 days.

So A can ﬁnish the work in 21 days and B can ﬁnish the

work in 42 days.

Solution 2:

If A and B working together can ﬁnish a

work in X days and A is K times eﬃcient

than B, then the time taken by

(i) A, working alone, to complete the work is

K + 1 X days.

K

Here, X = 14, K = 2

Hence , = (3/2)14

= 21 days.

(ii) B, working alone, to complete the work is

(K+1)X days.

Hence,

= 3 * 14 = 42 days.

Rule 4:

If A can ﬁnish a work in X days and B is K times

eﬃcient than A, then the time taken by both A and

B working together to complete the work is

X days.

1+K

Example:

If A can ﬁnish a work in 20 days and B is 3 times

eﬃcient than A, then the time taken by both A and

B working together to complete the work is

Solution: = 20 / (1+3) = 5 days.

Rule 5:

If A, B and C, while working alone, can

complete a work in X, Y and Z days

respectively, then they will together

complete the work in

XYZ days.

XY + YZ + ZX

Example:

A, B and C can complete a piece of work in 5,

10 and 15 days respectively. Working

together, they will complete the same work

in:

Solution 1:

By using the formula = 5 * 10 * 15

(5*10)+(10*15)+(5*15)

= 2 8/11 days.

Solution 2: ((UNITARY METHOD)

Let the total work be assumed as LCM(5,10,15)= 30

Units

Now to complete 30 units A takes 5 days

To complete 30 units B takes 10 days

To complete 30 units C takes 15 days

Units done in 1 day by B = 3

Units done in 1 day by C = 2

Units done in 1 day by A+B+C = 11

Rule 6:

Two persons A and B, working together, can

complete a piece of work in X days. If A,

working alone, can complete the work in Y

days, then B, working alone, will complete

the work in

XY days.

Y-X

Example:

Jack and Jill together can do a piece of

work in 10 days. Jack alone can do it in 15

days. In how many days can Jill alone do it?

Solution 1:

By using formula,

= 10 * 15

15 – 10

= 30 days.

Solution 2: (UNITARY METHOD)

Let the total work be assumed as LCM(10,15)= 30

Units

days

To complete 30 units Jack takes 15 days

Units done in 1 day by Jack = 2

Units done in 1 day by Jill = 1

Rule 7:

If A and B, working together, can ﬁnish a

piece of work in X days, B and C in Y days, C

and A in Z days, then

(a) A, B and C working together, will ﬁnish

the job in 2XYZ days.

XY + YZ + ZX

2XYZ days.

XY + YZ - ZX

(c) B alone will ﬁnish the job in

2XYZ days.

YZ + ZX - XY

2XYZ days.

ZX + XY – YZ

method also.

Rule 8:

If A working alone takes X days more than A

and B together, then B working alone takes

Y days more than A and B together, then the

number of days taken by A and B, working

together, to ﬁnish a job is given by √XY

Rule 9:

If the number of men are changed in the

ratio of m:n, then the time taken to complete

the work will change in the ratio n:m.

Rule 10:

If A is K times more eﬃcient than B and is therefore able to

ﬁnish a work in X days less than B, then

B, working alone, can ﬁnish the work in

KX days.

K-1

Example:

A is thrice as good as workman as B and takes 10 days

less to do a piece of work than B takes. Find the time in

which B alone can complete the work.

Solution 1:

Here, k = 3 and X = 10.

Therefore ,Time taken by B, working alone, to complete the

work

= (3 * 10) / (3-1) = 15 days.

Solution 2:

Eﬃciency ratio = A : B

3 : 1

Time ratio = 1 : 3 (Inverse of

eﬃciency)

Diff = 2 parts

2 parts = 10 days

A = 1 part = 5 days

B = 3 parts = 15 days.

Rule 11:

If A is K times more eﬃcient than B and is

therefore able to ﬁnish a work in X days less

than B, then

A, working alone, can ﬁnish the work in

X days.

K–1

Rule 12:

If A is K times more eﬃcient than B and is

therefore able to ﬁnish a work in X days less

than B, then

A and B, working together, can ﬁnish the

work in KX days.

K2 - 1

Rule 13:

If A can complete a/b part of work in X days,

then c/d part of the work will be done in

b * c * X days.

a*d

Practice Questions

Type I(Based on Basic concept)

alone a work in 8 days. In how many days

the work will be completed if A & B together?

a)4 days

b)8 days

c)32 days

d)8/3 days

Answer: D

2. A and B together can do a speciﬁc work in

8 days. B alone can do it in 10 days, then

time taken by A alone is?

A.28 days

B. 36 days

C. 40 days

D. 32 days

Answer: C

3. A can do a work in 15 days and B can do it

in 18 days. With the help of C, all of them

complete the work In 6 days. How long will it

take C to ﬁnish the work alone?

a)30 days

b)45/2 days

c)90/2 days

d)40 days

Answer: B

4. A & B working together can do a piece of

work in 12 days. B & C working together can

do a piece of work in 15 days. C & A working

together can do a piece of work in 20 days.

In how many days A can do the same work ?

A.20

B.30

C.40

D.60

Answer: B

5. Lal Singh can eat 50 laddoos in 4 hours

and Pal Singh can eat 42 laddoos in 6 hours.

If both of them start together, then what is

the total time required by them to eat 507

laddoos?

a)20 hours

b)21 hours

c)26 hours

d)25 hours

Answer: C

6. A can do 1/3rd of a work in 5 days and B

can do 2/5th of the work in 10 days. In how

many days both A and B together can do the

work?

b)9 3/8 days

c)18 5/8 days

d)13 days

Answer: B

Type II(Based on workers leave or join)

7. A can ﬁnish a work in 24 days, B in 9 days

and C in 12 days. B & C start the work but are

forced to leave after 3 days. The remaining

work done by A in:

a)10

b)12.5

c)20

d)7

Answer: A

8. A, B and C can do a work in 5 days, 10

days and 15 days respectively. They started

together to do the work but after 2 days A

and B left. C did the remaining work (in days)

A.1

B.3

C.2

D.4

Answer: D

9. X and Y can do a piece of work in 20 days

and 12 days respectively. X started the work

alone and then after 4 days Y joined him till

the completion of the work. How long did the

work last?

A.6 days

B. 10 days

C. 15 days

D. 20 days

Answer: B

10. A can do a piece of work in 15 days and

B in 20 days. They began the work together

but 5 days before the completion of the work,

A leaves. The work was completed in?

A.8 days

B.10 days

C.15 days

D.11 3/7 days

Answer: D

11. A, B and C can do a piece of work in 24,

32 and 64 days respectively. They starts

working, A left the work after 6 days while B

left the work before 6 days from the

completion of work. In how many days work

will be ﬁnished?

A.20

B.18

C.15

D.None of these

Answer: A

Type III(Based on eﬃciency of worker)

12. Sakshi can do a piece of work in 20 days.

Tanya is 25% more eﬃcient than Sakshi. The

number of days taken by Tanya to do the

same piece of work is:

A.15

B. 16

C. 18

D. 25

Answer: B

13. Ram, who is half as eﬃcient as Krish, will

take 24 days to complete a work if he

worked alone. If Ram and Krish worked

together, how long will they take to complete

the work?

A.16 days

B.12 days

C.8 days

D.18 days

Answer: C

14. A is half good a work man as B and

together they ﬁnish a job in 14 days. In how

many days working alone B ﬁnish the job?

A.20

B.21

C.22

D.23

Answer: B

Type IV( Based on Formula, MDH)

15. 45 men complete a piece of work in 30

days working 12 hours a day. In how many

days will 60 men complete the work if working

10 hours a day?

a)27 days

b)30 days

c)24 days

d)22 days

Answer: A

16. If one cat eats 1.5 rats in 1.5 days, then in

how many days 3 cats will eat 3 rats??

A.1.5 days

B.2 days

C.3 days

D. 1 days

Answer: D

17. A contractor undertakes to build a wall in

50 days. He employees 50 people for the

same. However after 25 days he ﬁnds that

only 40% of the work is complete. How many

more man need to be employed to complete

the work in time?

A. 25

B. 30

C. 35

D. 20

Answer: A

18. 45 men can complete a work in 16 days.

Six days after they started working, 30 more

men joined them. How many days will they

now take to complete the remaining work?

a)4

b)5

c)6

d)7

Answer: C

19. If 7 maids with 7 mops cleaned 7 ﬂoors in

7 hours, how long would it take 3 maids to

mop 3 ﬂoors with 3 mops?

a)3 hours

b)7/3 hours

c)49/3 hours

d)7 hours

Answer: D

Type V(Based on Men, Women and Boys)

days. 5 men and 2 women can do that work in

9 days. Only 3 women can ﬁnish the same

work in?

A.36

B. 21

C. 30

D. 42

Answer: A

21. 10 men and 15 women together can

complete a work in 6 days. It takes 100 days

for one man alone to complete the same work.

How many days will be required for one

woman alone to complete the same work?

A. 90

B. 100

C. 125

D. 225

Answer: D

22. 2 men and 3 women ﬁnish 25% of the

work in 4 days, while 6 men and 14 women

can ﬁnish the whole work in 5 days. In how

many days will 20 women ﬁnish it?

A. 20

B. 25

C. 24

D. 30

Answer: A

23. If 2 men equivalent to 5 women and 2

women are equivalent to 5 children, in how

many days can the work be completed by 1

man alone if the same work can be completed

by 100 children in 10 days?

A.60

B.160

C.130

D.None

Answer: B

24. If 15 men or 24 women or 36 boys can do

a work in 12 days working 8 hours a day, how

many men must be associated with 12

women and 6 boys to do another work 2 ¼

times as great in 30 days working 6 hours per

day?

A. 10

B. 15

C. 8

D. 9

Answer: C

Type VI(Based on Work and Wages)

25. Three people A, B and C can ﬁnish a

piece of work in 4, 9 and 12 days. Rs 1600

is the total money allocated to complete

that work. What amount will each person

get if all three are working together?

A.900, 400, 300

B. 400, 300, 900

C. 600, 300, 900

D. 900, 300, 600

Answer: A

26. A can do a work in 15 days and B can do it

in 18 days. With the help of C, all of them

complete the work In 6 days. A, B and C

received total Rs.27,000 for the whole work.

What is the share of C, If the money is

distributed in the ratio of amount of work

done, individually?

A. 2700

B. 14400

C. 7200

D. 6300

Answer: C

27. A can do a particular work in 6 days. B can

do the same work in 8 days. A and B signed to

do it for Rs. 3200. They completed the work in

3 days with the help of C. How much is to be

paid to C?

A. Rs. 380

B. Rs. 600

C. Rs. 420

D. Rs. 400

Answer: D

Miscellaneous

Questions

1. A computer can perform 30 identical

tasks in six hours. At that rate, what is the

minimum number of computers that should

be assigned to complete 80 of the tasks

within 3 hours?

a)6

b)7

c)8

d)9

Ans: A

2. If a man and a half can build a wall and a

half in a day and a half. Then how many

walls do six men build in six days?

a)3

b)6

c)12

d)24

Ans: D

3. Raja can do a piece of work in 14 days,

while Rani can do the same work in 21 days.

They started the work together but 3 days

before the completion of the work, Raja left

the work. The total number of days to

complete the work is:

a)7

b)8.5

c)5

d)10.2

4. Fatima and Zahira can do a piece of work

in 12 days and 15 days respectively. If they

work for alternate day and Fatima starts the

work ﬁrst, then in how many days the work

will be completed?

a)12 1/5 days

b)13 ¼ days

c)13 1/5 days

d)15 days

Ans: B

5. A piece of work can be done by A and B in 10

days, by B and C in 15 days and by C and A in 20

days. All three worked for 6 days and then A

withdrew. B and C worked for and another 4 days

and then B stopped working. How many more days

will C take to complete the remaining work?

a)12

b)12.5

c)10.33

d)10

Ans: D

6. A alone can complete a work in 16 days

and B alone can complete the same in 12

days. Starting with A, they work on alternate

days. The total work will be completed in

how many days?

a)12 days

b)12 ½ days

c)13 ¾ days

d)13 days

Ans: C

7. Manoj and Harvinder can complete a

piece of work in 16 days, which Harvinder

can complete in 32 days. If Manoj &

Harvinder work on alternate days, starting

with Harvinder, in how much time would the

work be completed?

a)16 days

b)17 days

c)32 days

d)None of these

8. A can do a piece of work in 36 days, B in

54 days and C in 72 days. All three began

the work together but A left after 8 days and

B left 12 days before the completion of the

work. Total number of days to complete the

work?

a)25 2/11 days

b)30 6/7 days

c)30 days

d)28 days

9. An intern can do a job in 15 days. The

manager and senior manager are busy with

other priorities and thus take 25 and 40 days

respectively to complete the task. How long will

they take to ﬁnish the task if all of them work

together?

a) 7

b)7 47/49

c)8

d)8 47/49

Ans: B

10. Sonu can do a piece of work in 20 days. He

started the work and left after some days, when

25% work was done. After that Abhijeet joined

and completed it working for 10 days. In how

many days Sonu and Abhijeet can do the

complete work, working together?

a) 6

b)8

c)10

d)12

Ans: B

11. 2 men and 3 women ﬁnish 25% of the

work in 4 days, while 6 men and 14 women

can ﬁnish the whole work in 5 days. In how

many days will 20 women ﬁnish it?

a)20

b)25

c)24

d)30

Ans: A

12. 10 men and 15 women together can

complete a work in 6 days. It takes 100 days

for one man alone to complete the same

work. How many days will be required for

one woman alone to complete the same

work?

a)90

b)100

c)125

d)225

13. One man, 3 women and 4 boys can do a

piece of work in 96 hours, 2 men and 8 boys

can do it in 80 hours, 2 men & 3 women can

do it in 120 hours. 5 Men & 12 boys can do it

in how many hours?

a)39 1/11 hrs

b)42 7/11 hrs

c)43 7/11 hrs

d)44 hrs

Ans: C

14. 10 men can ﬁnish a piece of work in 10

days whereas it takes 12 women to ﬁnish it

In 10 days. If 15 men and 6 women

undertake to complete the work, how many

days will they take to complete it?

a)7 days

b)5 days

c)9 days

d)8 days

Ans: B

15. If 15 men or 24 women or 36 boys can

do a work in 12 days working 8 hours a day,

how many men must be associated with 12

women and 6 boys to do another work 2 ¼

times as great in 30 days working 6 hours

per day?

a)10

b)15

c)8

d)9

16. Sonu can do a piece of work in 20 days.

He started the work and left after some days,

when 25% work was done. After that

Abhijeet joined and completed it working for

10 days. In how many days Sonu and

Abhijeet can do the complete work, working

together?

a)6

b)8

c)10

d)12

Ans: B

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19. Jay and Anup can do a job, each working

alone in 30 and 15 days respectively. Jay

started the work and after a few days, Anup

joined him. They completed the work in 18

days from the start. After how many days

did Anup join A?

a) 6

b) 10

c) 12

d) 14

Ans: C

20. If A and B work together, they will complete

a job in 7.5 days. However, if A works alone and

completes half the job and then B takes over

and completes the remaining half alone, they

will be able to complete the job in 20 days. How

long will B alone take to do the job if A is more

eﬃcient than B?

a) 20 days

b)40 days

c)36 days

d)30 days

Ans: D

21. A and B working together can ﬁnish a

job in T days. If A works alone and

completes the job, he will take T+5 days. If B

works alone and completes the same job, he

will take T+45 days. What is T?

a)25 days

b)60 days

c)15 days

d)None of these

Ans: C

22. Three professors Dr. Gupta, Dr. Sharma, Dr. Singh

are evaluating answer script of a subject. Dr. Gupta

is 40 more eﬃcient than Dr. Sharma, who is 20 more

eﬃcient than Dr. Singh. Dr. Gupta takes 10 days less

than Dr. Sharma to complete the evaluation work. Dr.

Gupta starts the evaluation work and works for 10

days and then Dr. Sharma takes over. Dr. Sharma

evaluates for next 15 days and then stops. In how

many days, Dr. Singh can complete the remaining

evaluation work?

a)7.2 days

b)9.5 days

c)11.5 days

d) None of these

Ans: A

23. A work is done by 30 workers not all of them

have the same capacity to work. Every day exactly

2 workers, do the work with no pair of workers

working together twice. Even after all possible

pairs have worked once, all the workers together

works for two more days to ﬁnish the work. Find

the number of days in which all the workers

together will ﬁnish the whole work?

a)31

b)29

c)41

d)48

24. Ramesh has two examinations on Wednesday - Engineering

mathematics in the morning and Engineering Drawing in the

afternoon. He has a ﬁxed amount of time to read the textbooks

of both these subjects on Tuesday. During this time he can read

80 pages of Engineering Mathematics and 100 pages of

Engineering drawing. Alternatively, he can also read 50 pages of

Engineering Mathematics and 250 pages of Engineering drawing.

Assume that the amount of time it takes to read one page of the

textbook of either subject is constant. Ramesh is conﬁdent

about Engineering Drawing and wants to devote full time to

reading Engineering Mathematics. The number of Engineering

Mathematics text book pages he can read on Tuesday is :

a)500

b)300

c)100

d)60

Ans: C

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