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**Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions give below: **

**The bar graph 1 shows the time taken by five pipes (A, B, C, D and E) to fill a tank **

**The bar graph 2 shows the time taken by five pipes (P, Q, R, S and T) to empty the tank **

The following table shows the ratio of time taken by pipes to fill the tank.

**1) Pipe A and Pipe B opened simultaneously for 4 minutes, then closed and then pipe F and pipe Q are opened for 2 minutes, and then closed. Find the time taken by pipe G to fill the remaining part of the tank.**

a) 7 minutes

b) 139/36 minutes

c) 5 minutes

d) 178/39 minutes

e) None of these

**2) Efficiency of pipe K is twice the efficiency of pipe A and efficiency of pipe L is 1.5 times the efficiency of pipe S. Pipe C and pipe K are opened simultaneously for 3 minutes and then closed. Find the time taken by pipe L and pipe R together to empty the filled part of the tank.**

a) 4 minutes

b) 47/12 minutes

c) 32/5 minutes

d) 5 minutes

e) None of these

**3) Time taken by pipe M to fill the tank is 20% more than the time taken by pipe I to fill the tank and efficiency of pipe N is twice the efficiency of pipe J. Time taken by pipe M and pipe N to fill the tank is what percent of the time taken by pipe D and pipe E together to fill the tank.**

a) 67.67%

b) 74.44%

c) 98.48%

d) 81.14%

e) 83.33%

**4) Find the respective ratio of time taken by pipe B, pipe G and pipe P together to fill the tank to that of time taken by pipe E, pipe H and pipe S together to fill the tank.**

a) 4:5

b) 5:6

c) 6:7

d) 3:4

e) None of these

**5) Pipe A, pipe C and pipe E are opened simultaneously for 4 minutes then closed and pipe P and pipe S are opened for 2 minutes then closed. Find the time taken by pipe G and pipe J to fill the remaining part of the tank.**

a) 27/13 days

b) 41/27 days

c) 31/11 days

d) 51/29 days

e) None of these

**Directions (6 – 10): Study the following and answer the following questions. **

The following table shows that the data of 6 employees of ABC company.

**6) The employee P is twice as good as the employee R and hence he can finish a work in 10 days less than the employee R, then how much a company has to pay to both of them if they work together to do the same piece of work?**

a) Rs 13900

b) Rs 43000

c) Rs 23000

d) Rs 21000

e) Rs 13000

**7) The employee Q does 75% of the work in 18 days, and then he assisted the employee O to finish the work in 4 days. Then the amount paid to the employee O per annum if he would have completed the work alone is approximately what percentage more or less than the employee Q’s one year salary.**

a) 150%

b) 130%

c) 110%

d) 180%

e) 187%

**8) If N and R together can do a piece of work in 15 days, and they worked for 9 days, then N left. After another 8 days, R finished the remaining work. Then find the total wage received by the employee R if he alone has finished the whole work?**

a) Rs 34700

b) Rs 25000

c) Rs 33600

d) Rs 22800

e) Rs 13200

**9) If the employees M, Q and R can do a piece of work in 240 hours, 420 hours and 240 hours respectively, then in how many days can the employee M do the work if he is assisted by Q and R on every third day?**

a) 14 days

b) 15 days

c) 34 days

d) 18 days

e) 17 days

**10) The employee P can do a certain work in the same time period in which N and Q together can do the same work. If N and P together could do it in 30 days and Q alone in 60 days, find the ratio of a number of days taken by the employees P to that of the employee N.**

a) 1:2

b) 2:3

c) 1:6

d) 1:5

e) 1:3

**Answers :**

**Direction (1-5) :**

**1) Answer: b)**

Part of the tank filled by pipe A in one minute = 1/12

Part of the tank filled by pipe B in one minute = 1/15

Time taken by pipe F to fill the tank = 4/3 x 12 = 16 minutes

Part of the tank filled by pipe F in one minute = 1/16

Time taken by pipe G to fill the tank = 2/3 x 15 = 10 minutes

Part of the tank filled by pipe G in one minute = 1/10

Part of the tank emptied by pipe Q in one minute = 1/18

Let required time = t minutes

According to the question

4/15 + 4/12 + 2/16 – 2/18 + t/10 = 1

=> t/10 = 1 – 4/15 – 1/3 – 1/8 + 1/9

=> t/10 = (360 – 120 – 90 – 45 + 40)/360

=> t/10 = 139/360

=> t = 139/360 x 10

=> t = 139/36 minutes

**2) Answer: c)**

Part of the tank filled by pipe A in one minute = 1/12

Part of the tank filled by pipe K in one minute = 2/12 = 1/6

Part of the tank filled by pipe C in one minute = 1/10

Part of the tank emptied by pipe S in one minute = 1/24

Part of the tank emptied by pipe L in one minute = 1.5/24 = 1/16

Part of the tank emptied by pipe R in one minute = 1/16

Part of the tank filled by pipe C and pipe K in 3 minutes = 3/10 + 3/6

= (9 + 15)/30

= 24/30

Let the required time taken = t minutes

t/16 + t/16 = 24/30

=> 2t/16 = 24/30

=> t = 24/30 x 16/2

=> t = 32/5 minutes

**3) Answer: c)**

Time taken by pipe I to fill the tank = 5/4 x 8 = 10 minutes

Part of the tank filled by pipe I in one minute = 1/10

Time taken by pipe M to fill the tank = 10 x 120/100 = 12 minutes

Part of the tank filled by pipe M in one minute = 1/12

Time taken by pipe J to fill the tank = 10/9 x 18 = 20 minutes

Part of the tank filled by pipe J in one minute = 1/20

Part of the tank filled by pipe N in one minute = 2/20 = 1/10

Part of the tank filled by pipe D in one minute = 1/8

Part of the tank filled by pipe E in one minute = 1/18

Let the time taken by pipe M and pipe N to fill the tank = t minutes

And the time taken by pipe D and pipe E to fill the tank = k minutes

t/12 + t/10 = 1

=> (5t + 6t)/60 = 1

=> 11t/60 = 1

=> t = 60/11 minutes

And

k/8 + k/18 = 1

(9k + 4k)/72 = 1

=> k = 72/13 minutes

Required percentage = (60/11)/(72/13) x 100

= 60/11 x 13/72 x 100

= 98.48%

**4) Answer: b)**

Part of the tank filled by pipe B in one minute = 1/15

Time taken by pipe G to fill the tank = 2/3 x 15 = 10 minutes

Part of the tank filled by pipe G in one minute = 1/10

Part of the tank emptied by pipe P in one minute = 1/20

Part of the tank filled by pipe E in one minute = 1/18

Time taken by pipe H to fill the tank = 6/5 x 10 = 12 minutes

Part of the tank filled by pipe H in one minute = 1/12

Part of the tank emptied by pipe S in one minute = 1/24

Let the time taken by pipe B, pipe g and pipe P together to fill the tank = t minutes

And the time taken by pipe E, pipe H and pipe S together to fill the tank = k minutes

t/15 + t/10 – t/20 = 1

=> (4t + 6t – 3t)/60 = 1

=> 7t/60 = 1

=> t = 60/7 minutes

And

k/18 + k/12 – k/24 = 1

=> (4k + 6k – 3k)/72 = 1

=> 7k/72 = 1

=> k = 72/7 minutes

Required ratio = 60/7: 72/7 = 5:6

**5) Answer: b)**

Part of the tank filled by pipe A in one minute = 1/12

Part of the tank filled by pipe C in one minute = 1/10

Part of the tank filled by pipe E in one minute = 1/18

Part of the tank emptied by pipe P in one minute = 1/20

Part of the tank emptied by pipe S in one minute = 1/24

Time taken by pipe G to fill the tank = 2/3 x 15 = 10 minutes

Part of the tank filled by pipe G in one minute = 1/10

Time taken by pipe J to fill the tank = 10/9 x 18 = 20 minutes

Part of the tank filled by pipe J in one minute = 1/20

Let the required time taken = t minutes

4/12 + 4/10 + 4/18 – 2/20 – 2/24 + t/10 + t/20 = 1

=>1/3 + 2/5 + 2/9 – 1/10 – 1/12 + (2t + t)/20 = 1

=> (60 + 72 + 40 – 18 – 15)/180 + 3t/20 = 1

=> 139/180 + 3t/20 = 1

=> 3t/20 = 1 – 139/180

=> 3t/20 = (180 – 139)/180

=> 3t/20 = 41/180

=> t = 41/180 x 20/3

=> t = 41/27 days

**Direction (6-10) :**

**6) Answer: a)**

Given that, the ratio of time taken by the employees P and R= 1:2

If R takes 20 days to complete the work, then the number of days taken by P to complete the work= 10 days

Now, the part of the work completed by employees P and R in 1 day= (1/10+1/20) = 3/20

(i.e) The employees P and R can complete the work in 20/3 days.

Now, the Total amount received by P=945*20/3=Rs 6300

And one day wage of the employee R= 27360/24=Rs 1140

Then Total amount received by the employee R= 1140*20/3=Rs 7600

Hence total amount paid by the company= 6300+7600= Rs 13900

**7) Answer: e)**

Number of days taken by the employee Q to finish the whole work= 18*100/75 =18* 4/3 = 24 days

Now remaining work= 1- ¾= ¼

Thus, ¼ of the work is done by O and Q in 4 days.

Then Whole work can be completed by O and Q in 16 days

Now, work done by O in one day= 1/16-1/24

= 1/48

Now the wage of the employee O for one day= 31860/27=Rs 1180

Then total annual salary received by the employee O for 48 days = 1180*48*12

= Rs 679680

One year salary of the employee Q = 810*24*12 = 233280

Required percentage= (436680/233280)*100

=187%

**8) Answer: d)**

Since N and R worked together for 9 days,

The part of the work completed by N and R in 9 days= (1/15)*9=3/5

Now remaining work= 1-3/5= 2/5

(i.e) 2/5 part of the work is done by R in 8 days.

Then whole work will be done by R= 8*5/2

= 20 days

From the table, we have, the Monthly salary of R= Rs 27360

Then salary of the employee per day= 27360/24=Rs 1140

Hence total wage received by the employee R for 20 days= 1140*20=Rs 22800

**9) Answer: b)**

Given that the employee M can finish the work in 240 hours. (i.e) 240/12= 20 days

Similarly, the employee Q can finish the work in 420 hours (i.e) 420/7 = 60 days

And the employee R can finish the work in 240 hours. (i.e) 240/8 = 30 days

The work was done by the employee in 2 days= 1/20*2= 1/10

Then the work was done by the employees M, Q and R=1/20+1/60+1/30

= 1/10

Thus work done in 3 days= 1/10+1/10

= 1/5

Hence The whole work can be completed in 3*5 days.(i.e) 15 days.

**10) Answer: e) **

Given that, Work done by the employees P and N in one day= 1/30 and Q’s one day work= 1/60

Then work done by all the three employees in one day= (1/30+1/60)

= 1/20

Given that, P’s one-day work= work done by N and Q together in one day.

Then we have,

2* (P’s one day work) = 1/20

Then P’s one day work= 1/40

From this we have,

N’s one day work = 1/30-1/40

= 1/120

(i.e) N alone can complete the work in 120 days.

Then required ratio= 40:120

= 1:3