# RRB Practice Questions | Mathematics â€“ Day-14

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#### RRB NTPC Free Daily Quiz

1) The total monthly stipend ofÂ  16 UG and 8 PG students in a college is Rs. 136000. If every PG student earns Rs.2000 more than a UG student then what is the monthly stipend of a PG student?

a) Rs. 5000

b) Rs. 6000

c) Rs. 7000

d) Rs. 8000

2) L can do a work in 12 days while M can do in 18 days. They work together for 4 days and the rest of the work is done by N in 4 days. If they get paid Rs. 900 for the whole work, how should they divide the money?

a) Rs. 300, Rs. 200 and Rs. 400

b) Rs. 200, Rs. 200 and Rs. 500

c) Rs. 500, Rs. 200 and Rs. 200

d) Rs. 250, Rs. 250 and Rs. 400

3) A sum of Rs. 100 was paid for a work which A can do in 12 days, B in 10 days, B and C in 5 days and D in 15 days. How much will C receive if all the four work together?

a) Rs. 30

b) Rs. 32.54

c) Rs. 28.57

d) Rs. 25.44

4) A, B and C work together in a firm where A and B earn together Rs. 6500 and B and C together earn Rs. 9500. The total salary of A,B and C is Rs. 11500. What is the income of A and C together?

a) Rs. 5000

b) Rs. 2000

c) Rs. 7000

d) Rs. 9500

5) A, B and C accepted to do a piece of work for Rs. 1160. A and B were assigned to do 13/29 of the work and B and C were assigned to do 10/29 of work. What amount should A be paid?

a) Rs. 860

b) Rs. 760

c) Rs. 554

d) Rs. 458

6) Lalitha can stitch 15 salwars in 5 days while Kamala can stitch 15 salwars inÂ  4 days. Both of then finish the work together and get paid Rs. 1755. What is the share of Lalitha?

a) Rs. 780

b) Rs. 890

c) Rs. 920

d) Rs. 975

7) A can do 3/5 of work in 3 days and B can do 3/7 of the same work in 6 days, how much will A get if both together are paid Rs. 247?

a) Rs. 182

b) Rs. 65

c) Rs. 185

d) Rs. 95

8) A alone can do a piece of work in 12 days and B alone in 14 days. They both undertook to do it for Rs. 8910. With the help of C they completed the work in 4 days. How much should C and A be paid together?

a) Rs. 6990

b) Rs. 4980

c) Rs. 6950

d) None of these

9) A can do a piece of work in 8 days and B can do the same work in 6 days. After working together for 4 days they leave. The remaining work is completed by C in 3 days. If they get Rs. 5500 for the whole work, the daily wages of B and C in total are (answer in approx.):

a) Rs. 517

b) Rs. 845

c) Rs. 560

d) None of these

10) 8 boys and 4 men complete a project in 20 days while 3 men and 10 boys complete the same work in 24 days. If each man gets Rs. 80 per day, how much should a boy paid per day?

a) Rs. 10

b) Rs. 12

c) Rs. 18

d) none of these

16 U + 8 P =136000

P = U + 2000

U = P â€“ 2000

16(P â€“ 2000) + 8P = 136000

24P â€“ 32000 = 136000

24P = 168000

P = Rs. 7000

Work done by L and M in 4 days =(1/12 +1/18) x 4 = 5/9

Remaining work = 1-5/9 = 4/9

N alone can do the work in 9/4 x 4 = 9 days

Ratio of their share of work = 4/12 : 4/18 : 4/9

=3:2:4

Rs. 900 is divided as Rs. 300, Rs. 200 and Rs. 400

A one day work = 1/12

B one day work = 1/10

B + C one day work = 1/5

C one day work = 1/5 â€“ 1/10 = 1/10

D one day work = 1/15

A + B + C + D one day work = 1/8 + 1/10 + 1/10 + 1/15

=7/20

Out of 7/20 of work, work done by C = 1/10

Out of Rs. 100 paid for the work, C will receive [(1/10) / (7/20)] x 100

= Rs. 28.57

Câ€™s earnings = 11500 â€“ 6500 = Rs. 5000

Bâ€™s earnings = 9500 â€“ 5000 = Rs. 4500

Aâ€™s earnings = 6500 â€“ 4500 = Rs. 2000

Sum of A and câ€™s salary = 2000 + 5000 = Rs. 7000

Work done by A = ( 1 â€“ 10/29) = 19/29

A : (B+C) =19/29 : 10/29 = 19:10

So Aâ€™s share = Rs. (19/29) x 1160

= Rs. 760

Lalithaâ€™s wage : kamalaâ€™s wage = lalithaâ€™s 1 day work : kamalaâ€™s 1 day work

= 1/5 : 1/4 = 5 : 4

Lalithaâ€™s share = (5/9) x 1755 = Rs. 975

Note: here the information of 15 salwars is to be ignored.

Whole work is done by A in (5/3)x3 = 5 days

Whole work is done by B in ( 7/3)x6 = 14 days

Aâ€™s wage : Bâ€™s wage = Aâ€™s 1 day work : Bâ€™s 1 day work

= 1/5 : 1/14

=14:5

Aâ€™s share = (14/19) x 247 =Rs. 182

Câ€™s one day work = 1/4 â€“ ( 1/12 + 1/18)

= 1/4 â€“ 5/36 = 1/9

Aâ€™s wage : Bâ€™s wage : Câ€™s wage = 1/12 : 1/18 : 1/9

= 3:2:4

Câ€™s share = (4/9) x 8910 = Rs. 3960

Aâ€™s share = (3/9) x 8910 = Rs. 2970

Total = Rs. 6930

Part of work done by A = (1/8) x 4 = 1/2

Part of work done by B = (1/6) x 4 = 2/3

Part of work done by C = 1 â€“ (1/2 + 2/3) = 1/6

Aâ€™s share : Bâ€™s share : Câ€™s share = 1/2 : 2/3 : 1/6 = 6:4:1

Bâ€™s share = (4/11) x 5500 = Rs. 2000

Câ€™s share = (1/11) x 5500 = Rs. 500

Bâ€™s daily wages = 2000/4 = Rs. 500

Câ€™s daily wages = 500/3 = Rs. 16.66

Total = 500 + 16.66 = 516.66 = Rs. 517

8B + 4M = 1/20

10B + 3M = 1/24

Solving the above equations,

M = 1/96

B = 1/960

B :M = 1:10

Boyâ€™s wage = (1/10) x menâ€™s wage

= (1/10) x 80 = Rs.8