 #### Sample Question

##### The Concept of Time & Work

Work to be done is Usually considered as one unit. It may be constructing a wall or a road, filling up or emptying a tank or cistern, or eating a certain amount of Food.

Some basic assumptions are made in the problems on Time and Work. These are taken for granted and are not specified in every problem.

• If a person (or one member of the workforce) does some work in a certain number of days, then we assume (unless otherwise explicitly stated in the problem) that he does the work uniformly, i.e., he does the SAME amount of work every day.
• For example, if a person can do 15 days, he does 1/15th of the work in one day.
• If a person completes the work in 4 days, he does 1/4th of the work on each day and conversely, if a person can complete 1/4th of the work in one day, he can complete the work in 4 days.

##### #IBPS PO

As a sample we have choosen the last 4 year's (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016) previously asked question papers. In quatitative aptitude section, a total number of questions asked are 35. Out of these 35 questions 2.86% of questions are from Time & Work.

##### #SBIPO

As a sample we have choosen the last 4 year's (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016) previously asked question papers. In quatitative aptitude section, a total number of questions asked are 35. Out of these 35 questions 2.14% of questions are from Time & Work.

##### #TCSNQT

As a sample we have choosen the last 4 year's (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016) previously asked question papers. In quatitative aptitude section, a total number of questions asked are 26. Out of these 26 questions 6.41% of questions are from Time & Work.

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