# Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Time and Work) for SBI Clerk 2018 Day-29

## Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Time and Work) for SBI Clerk 2018 Day-29:

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1) A alone can do a piece of work in 20 days. B alone can do the same work in 5 days less than C. A and C together can do the same work in 12 days. B started working, after 2 days A joins with him for 2 days only and then C joins with him for last day only. If the remaining work completed by D alone in 5 days, then find the number of days taken by D alone to complete whole work

1. 8 days
2. 7 ½ days
3. 6 ¾ days
4. 8 ¾ days
5. None of these

2) Vinoth is 50% less efficient than Gokul and they together can complete the work in 10 days. If they working together can complete whole work in 5 days, then find the number of days taken by Prabha and Vinoth working alternatively begins with Prabha

1. 12 2/3
2. 11 2/3
3. 13 2/5
4. 14 2/3
5. 14 1/3

3) Manu and Sharan together can do a piece of work in 6 2/3  days. Sharan and Moni together can do the same work in 12 days. Manu and Moni together can do the same work in 7  1/2  days. If Manu, Sharan and Moni working together, then find the share of Manu, out of total share of Rs.5500

1. Rs.3000
2. Rs.1500
3. Rs.2400
4. Rs.1800
5. Rs.2100

4) 12 men or x women can do a piece of work in 36 days. If 18 men and 9 women started working together and complete whole work in 19 1/5  days, then find the value of ‘x’

1. 12
2. 36
3. 24
4. 18
5. 16

5) 24 boys or 48 girls can do a piece of work in 12 days. If 36 boys and x girls together can complete the whole work in 4 days, then find the value of ‘x’

1. 36
2. 48
3. 24
4. 18
5. 72

6) A, B and C together can do a piece of work in 5 1/3 days. A and B together can do the same work in 6 6/7 days and B takes 4 days more than A. A and B started working together and every 3rd day C alone working until the work was completed. How many days are required to complete the whole work?

1. 6
2. 8
3. 9
4. 12
5. 15

7) Sharmi alone can do a piece of work in 12 days who is 50% and 200% more efficient Sheeba and Akila respectively. Sheeba started working on first day, second day Sharmi joins with her and Akila joins with her on third day, how many days required to completing the whole work?

1. 8 2/3
2. 7 ½
3. 8 1/3
4. 7 1/3
5. 8 ½

8) 40 men planned to complete a certain work in 20 days working 6 hours per day. After 15 days only three-fifth of the work was completed, how many extra men required to completing the work on time working 8 hours per day?

1. 60
2. 40
3. 15
4. 20
5. 25

9) 20 men can do a piece of work in 24 days and 30 women can do the same work in 36 days. 12 men started working on first day and 24 women working on second day, then find the no. of days required to complete the whole work

1. 42 1/3
2. 21 1/3
3. 27 2/3
4. 39 1/3
5. 41 2/3

10) A alone can do three-fourth of a work in 18 days. B alone can do five-eight of the same work in 20 days. C alone can do half of the same work in 24 days. Minimum no of days required completing the whole if two persons form a group and no group work on consecutive days?

1. 13 3/4
2. 12 2/3
3. 14 5/7
4. 15 3/4
5. 11 4/5

A’s one day output = 1/20

B’s one day output = 1/25

C’s one day output = 1/30

Given,

=>5/25+2/20+1/30=(60+30+10)/300

=>100/300=1/3

Remaining =1- 1/3=2/3

(2/3)* D’s whole work= 5

D’s whole work= 15/2 days= 7 ½ days

Efficiency ratio of Vinoth and Gokul = 1:2

Given,

1/x+1/2x=1/10

Simplify the above equation we get x=15 days

Prabha one day work = 1/5-1/10=1/10

Vinoth one day work =  1/30

1 cycle (2 days) =(1/10+1/30)=4/30

7th cycle (14 days) =28/30

Remaining =1- 28/30=2/30

Remaining work completed by Prabha = (2/30)/(1/10)=2/3

Required number of days =14+ 2/3=14 2/3 days

Manu, Sharan and Moni together work = 1/2 (3/20+1/12+2/15)

=>1/2×(11/30)=11/60

Manu’s per day work = 1/10

Sharan’s per day work = 1/20

Moni’s per day work = 1/30

Efficiency ratio of Manu, Sharan and Moni = 1/10:1/20:1/30=6:3:2

Share of Manu = 6/11×5500=Rs.3000

Given,

((96/5)×18)/(36×12)+((96/5)×9)/(36×X)=1

=>4/5+96/20x=1

=>96/20x=1/5

=>x=24

36 boys 4 days work = (36×4)/(24×12)=1/2

Remaining =1- 1/2=1/2

Remaining work completed by x girls = (1/2)/((x×4)/(48×12))=1

=>x=72

A, B and C together can do a piece of work in 5 1/3 days

(A+B+C)’s one day work=3/16

A and B together can do the same work in 6 6/7 days

(A+B)’s one day work = 7/48

C’s one day work = (3/16) – (7/48) = 1/24

B takes 4 days more than A

= > B = A + 4 (Let us assume A= x, B= x+4)

(1/x) +(1/(x+4)) = 7/48

7x2 -68x -192 =0

X=12

A’s per day work = 1/12

B’s per day work = 1/16

C’s per day work = 1/24

1 cycle (3 days) = 2(1/12+1/16)+1/24

= 16/48 = 1/3

3rd cycle (9 days) = 3/3

Required number of days 9 days

LCM of 12, 18 and 36 = 36

Sharmi’s per day work = 1/12 =3 units

Sheeba’s per day work = 1/18 = 2 units

Akila’s per day work = 1/36 = 1 unit

1st day = 2 units

2nd day = 5 units

3rd day = 6 units

At the end of 3rd day 13 units completed out of 36 units

Required no. of days = 8 ½

Given,

(40*15*6)/(3/5)=((40+x)*5*8)/(2/5)

X= 20

Man per day work = 1/(20*24)

Woman per day work = 1/(30*36)

1 cycle (2 day) = 12/(20*24)+24/(30*36)

21st cycle (42 days) = 357/360

Remaining = 1-357/360 = 3/360

Required no of days = 42 1/3

LCM of 24, 32 and 48= 96 units

A+B= 7 units

B+C= 5 units

A+C= 6 units

Most efficient group is A+B and Second most efficient group is A+C

1 cycle (2 days) = 7+6=13 units

7th cycle (14 days) = 91 units

Required no of days = 14 5/7 