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A can do a job in 12days and B when working twice his efficiency finishes his job in 9days . How many days will they take if they work for two days alternatively working at their standard rate given that A starts first ? Pls elaborate ans is 14 ..

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. . @terebina  ·  16h

14 1/3 days ???

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Pallavi  @pal504  ·  15h

Let total unit be 36 so A will do 36/12 = 3 unit in 1 day and B at his regular efficiency will do in 1 day as 36/18 = 2 units...Now working two days alternatively (3+3)+(2+2)+(3+3)+(2+2)+(3+3)+(2+2)+(3+3)= 36 units in total 14 days

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Questions 6 n 7. Please share your approach as well. OA 6. 1:3:1 OA 7. 7.5


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The Mediocre Soul @zippysoul  ·  1d

@sam627 thank you so much 😊

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black swan @sam627  ·  1d
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Approach please

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Shyam Arora @summi_arora  ·  1d

@archisman136 154/125 = 1.232, i.e. 23.2% increase. So 4P can't be the decrease. I then just took random value of P as 10 and tried with 2P as the negative change. :-/

Can't think of a conventional approach to this one.  

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black swan @sam627  ·  1d

40

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If 2n has 28 factors,3n has 30 factors. Then find out factors of 6n?

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@tusshaarpd @tusshaarpd  ·  1d

Okay got it

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Shyam Arora @summi_arora  ·  1d
@tusshaarpd   28 = 7*4 and 28*1. Since 3n has 30 factors, 28*1 is ruled out. 7*4 means actual powers of 2 and 3 in 2n, in some order, are 6 and 3 (6 +1 and 3 +1). 3n has 30 factors, so 6*5. And actual powers of 2 and 3 in 3n, in some order, are ...
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25 sets of problems on DI ,one each for the DI sections of 25 catalyst tests.The DI section of each catalyst tests contain 50 questions,of which exactly 35 questions were unique i.e they have not been used in the DI section of any other 24 catalys...
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@tusshaarpd @tusshaarpd  ·  1d

Correct explain,does 15 questions will be repated in 12-12 sets

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Shyam Arora @summi_arora  ·  1d
@tusshaarpd Maximise karna hai toh kam se kam repetition (but repetition is must since there are exactly 35 unique questions in each test). The first 15 questions in paper one and two, the next 15 in paper 3 and 4......and so on till the next 15...
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Whats the last two digit of (183)^493?

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Shyam Arora @summi_arora  ·  1d

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183^493 => 83^493 => 83^13 (100 and 83 are co-prime) => 17^12 * 83 => 89^6 * 83 => 11^6 * 83 => 61*83 => 63

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black swan @sam627  ·  1d

63

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Jon is 33℅ more efficient than Tony and his hourly wages are 20℅ more. If Jon is pain rs480,how much will Tony receive for the same work . Pls elaborate ans is 532?

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@pm1995 @pm1995  ·  2d

Let tony works for x hours then jon works for (3/4)x hours.let wage of Tony be y/hr then Jons pay will be( 6/5)y/hr . Therefore Jons pay =(3/4)x*(6/5)y=480.Find pay of Tony= xy =480/((6/5)*(3/4))=533.33₹

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@pummy120790 @pummy120790  ·  1d

(1.33*480)/1.20

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