**Rd Sharma Solutions Class 8 Chapter 11 Time and Work**

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**Time and Work Exercise 11.1 Solution :**

**Question no – (1)**

**Solution : **

Rakesh need 20 day to complete a piece of work

**∴** Rakesh need 1 day to complete a piece of work

= 1/20 part

**∴** Rakesh need 4 day to complete a piece of work

= 4/20

= 1/5

Therefore, Rakesh can do 1/5 piece of work in 4 days.

**Question no – (2)**

**Solution : **

Let, Total work of painting = 1

Rohan can paint = 1/3th part

**∴** Rest part of painting

= (1 – 1/3)

= 3 – 1/3

= 2/3th part

Now, Rohan can paint 1/3th part in 6 days

**∴** Now, Rohan can paint 1 th part in 6/(1/3) days

= 6 × 3

= 18 Days

Therefore, Rohan can complete 1 work in 18 days.

**Question no – (3)**

**Solution : **

Anil can complete in 5 days 1 work

**∴** Anil can complete in 1 days 1/5 work

Ankur can complete in 4 day 1 work

Ankur can complete in 1 days 1/4 work

**∴** (Anil + Ankur) can complete in 1 day,

= 1/5 + 1/4

= 4 + 5/20

= 9/20th

**∴** (Anil + Ankur) can complete in 1 days 1 work,

= 20/9

= 2 2/9 days

Therefore, it will take 2 2/9 days if they work together.

**Question no – (4)**

**Solution : **

Mohan takes to do in 9 hr = 1 work

**∴** Mohan takes to do in 1 hr = 1/9 work

Mohan + Sohan takes to do in 4 hr = 1 wok

**∴** Mohan + Sohan takes to do in 1 hr = 1/4 work

**∴** Sohan takes to do in 1 hr,

= (1/4 – 1/9)

= 9 – 4/36

= 5/36

Therefore, Sohan will takes to do 36/5 hr in 1 work.

**Question no – (5)**

**Solution :**

Sita can finish in 9 hr = 100 page document

**∴** Sita can finish in 1 hr = 100/9 page document

Mita can finish in 6 hr 100 page document

**∴** Mita can finish in 1 hr = 100/6 page document

Rita can finish in 12 hr = 100 page document

**∴** Rita can finish in 1 hr = 100/012 page document

**∴** (Sita + Mita + Rita) can finish in 1 hr

= (100/9 + 100/6 + 100/12)

= 400+600 + 30/36

= 1300/36 work

**∴** (Sita + Mita + Rita) can finish 1300/36 in 1 hr

**∴** (Sita + Mita + Rita) can finish 100 in,

= 100 × 36 /1300 hr

= 36/13 hr.

Therefore, together they will take 36/13 hours to complete the work.

**Question no – (6)**

**Solution :**

(A + B + C) can do in 8 hr = 1 work.

**∴** (A + b + c) can do in 8 hr = 1/8 work

A can do in 20 hr 20 hr = 1 work

**∴** A can do in 1 hr = 1/20 work

B can do in 24 hr = 1 work

**∴** B can do in 1 hr = 1/24 work

**∴** C can do in work 1 hr,

= 1/8 – (1/20 + 1/24)

= 1/8/ – ( 6 +5/120)

= 1/8 – 11/120

= 15 – 11/120 = 4/120

= 1/30 work

Therefore, C can do 1 work in 30 hours.

**Question no – (8)**

**Solution :**

(A + B) can do 12 days = 1 work

**∴** (A + B) can do 1 days = 1/12 work

(B + C) can do 15 days = 1 work

**∴** (B + C) can do 1 days = 1/15 work

(A + C) can do 20 days = 1 work

**∴** (A+ C) can do 1 days = 1/20 work

Now, (A + B) + (B + C) + (A + C) can do in 1 day = (1/12 + 1/15 + 1/20)

or, 2A + 2B + 2C can do in 1 day = (5 + 4 + 3/60)

or, (A + B+ C) can do in 1 day = 12/60

or, (A+ B + C) can do in 1 day = 1/5 × 2 = 1/10

**∴** (A + B + C) can do 1 work = 10 days

Now, (A + B + C) – (B + C) = A = B + C – B – C

**∴** A can do in 1 day

= 1/10 – 1/15

= 3 – 2/30

= 1/30

Therefore, A can do 1 work in 30 days.

**Question no – (9) **

**Solution :**

(A + B + C) can do 1 work = 15 3/4 = 63/4 days

**∴** (A + B+ C) can do in 1 days = 4/63 work

(B + C + D) can do in 14 days = 1 work

**∴** (B + C + D) can do in 1 work = 1/14 work

(C + D + A) can do in 18 days = 1 work

**∴** (C + D + A) can do in 1 days = 1/18 work

(D + A + B) can do in 21 days = 1 work

**∴** (D + A + B) can do in 1 days = 1/21 work

**∴** (A + B+ C) (B + C + D) + (C + D + A) + (D + A + B) can do 1 day

= (4/63 + 1/14 + 1/18 + 1/21)

or, A + B + C + B + C + D + A + D + A + B = 8 + 9 + 7 + 6/126

or, 3A + 3B + 3C + 3D = 30/126

or, 3 (A + B + C + D) = can do in 1 day = 30/126

or, (A + B + C + D) can do in 1 day

= 30/126 × 3

= 5/63

**∴** (A + B + C + D) can do 1 work

= 63/5

= 12 3/5 Days

**Question no – (10)**

**Solution :**

Let, Total work = 1

A can do = 1/4th

The rest part,

= (1 – 1/4)

= 4 – 1/4

= 3/4th

**∴** A can do 1/4th in 12 days

**∴** A can do 1 work in = 12/1/4 = 48 days

**∴** A can do 1 days = 1/48 work

**∴** (A + B) can do 1 days in = 10 days

**∴** (A + B) can do in 1 days = 1/10 work

**∴** B can do in 1 days (10/-1/48)

= 24 – 5/240 = 19/240

**∴** B can do in 1 work

= 240/19

= 12 12/19 days

Therefore, B can polish the floor alone in 12 12/19 days.

**Question no – (11)**

**Solution : **

(A + B) can do in 20 days = 1 work

**∴** (A + B) can do in 1 days = 1/20 work

A alone can do in 1/5th = 12 days

**∴** A alone can do in 1 work

= 12 /1/5

= 12 × 5

= 60 days

**∴** A alone can do in 60 days = 1 work

**∴** A alone can do in 1 days = 1/60 work

**∴** B alone can do in 1 days

= (1/20 – 1/60)

= ( 3 – 1/60)

= 2/60

= 1/30 work

Therefore, B alone can do the work in 1/30 days.

**Question no – (12)**

**Solution : **

(A + B) can do in 20 days = 1 work

(A + B) can do in 1 days = 1/20 work

B can do in 15 days = 1 work

**∴** B can do in 1 days = 1/15 work

**∴** (A + B) – B = A can do in 1 days

= (1/20 – 1/15)

= 3 – 4/60

= 1/60 days

**∴** A can do in 1 work = 60 days

(A + B) can do it 2 days

= 2/20

= 1/10

Total work = 1

**∴** Work remaining,

= 1 – 1/10

= 10 – 1/10

= 9/10

**∴** B can finish 1 work = 15 days

**∴** B can finish 9/10 work

= 15 × 9/10

= 27/2

= 13 1/2 days

Therefore, B can finish the remaining work in 13 1/2 days.

**Question no – (13)**

**Solution : **

A can do in 40 days = 1 work

**∴** A can do in 1 days = 1/40 work

B can do in 45 days = 1 work

**∴** B can do it 1 days = 1/45 work

**∴** (A + B) can do in 1 work

= (1/40 + 1/45)

= 9 + 8/360

= 17/360 work

**∴** (A + B) can do in 10 days,

= 17/ 360 × 10

= 17/36 work

Total work = 1

**∴** Remaining work,

= 1 – 17/36

= 36 -17/36

= 19/36 work

A can do in 1 work = 40 days

**∴** A can do in 19/36 work,

= 19/36 × 40

= 190/9 days

= 21 1/9 days.

Therefore, ‘A’ will finish the remaining work in 21 1/9 days.

**Question no – (14)**

**Solution : **

Aasheesh can paint 1 work = 20 min

**∴** Aasheesh can paint in 1 min = 1//20 work

Chinki can paint in 25 min = 1 work

**∴** Chinki can paint 1 min = 1/25 work

(Aasheesh + Chinki) can paint 1 min = 1 work

= (1/20 + 1/25+

= 5 + 4/100

= 9/100

**∴** (Aasheesh + Chinki) can paint 5 min

= 9/100 × 5

= 90/20

**∴** Total work = 1

**∴** Remaining work = 1 – 9/20

= 20 – 9/20

= 11/20

**∴** Aasheesh complete 11/20 work

= 11/20 ×

= 11 min

Therefore, Aasheesh finish painting of the remaining doll in 11 minutes.

**Question no – (16)**

**Solution : **

6 men can complete the electric fitting = 7 days

**∴** 1 men can complete the electric fitting = 6 × 7 days

Let, men can complete the electric fitting = x days

**∴** 1 men can complete the electric fitting = 21x days

Now, according to question,

6 × 7 = 21 × x

or, x = 6 × 7/21 = 2 days

Therefore, if 21 men do the job it will taker 2 days.

**Question no – (17)**

**Solution :**

8 men can do 1 work = 9 days

**∴** 1 men can do 11 work = 8 × 9 days

Let, 6 men can do 11 work = x days

**∴ **1 men can do 11 work = x × 6 days

Now, according to question,

= 8 × 9 = x × 6

or, x = 48 × 9 / 6

= x = 12 days

Therefore, the 6 men will do it in 612 days.

**Question no – (18)**

**Solution :**

As per the given question,

35 baskets weaves = 25 days

**∴** 1 baskets weaves = 25/35 days

**∴** 55 baskets weaves,

= 25/35 × 11/55

= 275/7

= 39 2/7 days

Therefore, Reema will weave 55 baskets in 39 2/7 days.

**Question no – (19)**

**Solution :**

14 hr need to types = 75 pages

**∴** 1 hr need to types = 75/14 pages

**∴** 20 hr need to types,

= 75 × 20/14

= 750/7

= 107 1/7 pages

Therefore, Neha will type 107 1/7 pages.

**Question no – (20)**

**Solution :**

Earning of 12 boys in 7 days = 840

**∴** Earning of 12 boys in 1 days

= 840/7

= 120

**∴** Earning of 1 boys in 1 days

= 120/12

= 10

**∴** Earning of 1 boys in 6 days

= 10 × 6

= 60

**∴** Earning of 15 boys in 6 days

= 60 × 15

= 900

Therefore, 15 boys will earn 900 in 6 days.

**Question no – (21)**

**Solution :**

Earning of 25 men in 10 days = 1000

**∴** Earning of 25 men in 10 days

= 1000/10

= 100

**∴** Earning of 1 men in 1 days

= 100/25

= 4

**∴** Earning of 1 man in 15 days

= 4 × 14

= 60

**∴** Earning of 15 men in 15 days

= 15 × 60

= 900

Therefore, 15 men will earn 900 in 15 days.

**Question no – (22)**

**Solution :**

Ashu can copy 1 book = 18 days

**∴** Ashu can worked 1 day = 8 hr

**∴** Ashu can worked 18 hr = 18 × 8

**∴** Ashu can worked 1 book = 12 days

Let, Ashu can worked 1 day = x hr

**∴** Ashu can worked 12 day = 12 hr

Now, according to question,

12 x = 144

or, x = 144/12

= x = 12 hr

Therefore, Ashu should work 12 hr to finish the work in 12 days.

**Question no – (23)**

**Solution :**

Let, m₁ = 9, t₁ = 3 hr, w₁= 135

And, m₂ = ?, t₂ = 1 hr, w₂ = 270

**∴** According to question,

m₁t₁/w₁ = m₂ t₂ / w₂

or, m₂ = m₁t₁w₁/t₂w₁

= 9 × 3× 270/1 × 135

= 1 × 135

= 54 girls

Therefore, 54 girls are needed to prepare 270 garlands in 1 hour.

**Question no – (24)**

**Solution :**

A cistern can be filled by 8 hr by 1 tap

A cistern can be filled by 1 hr in = 1/8

Another A cistern can be filled by 4 hr in = 1 hr

**∴** A cistern can be filled by 1 hr in = 1/4 hr

**∴** Both cistern filled 1 hr

= (1/8 + 1/4)

= 1 +2/8 = 3/8

**∴** Both cistern filled the taps,

= 8/3 hr

= 2 2/3 hr

Therefore, it will take 2 2/3 hr to fill the tap.

**Question no – (25)**

**Solution :**

A can fill 1 tank = 10 hr

**∴** A can fill 1 hr = 1/10

B can fill in 15 hr = 1 tank

**∴** B can fill in 1 hr = 1/15 tank

**∴** (A + B) can fill 1 tank,

= (1/10 + 1/15)

= (3 + 2/30)

= 5/30

= 1/6

Let, (A + B) can be fill 1 tank = x hr

**∴** (A + B) can be fill 1 hr = 1/x

Now, according to question,

x/1 = 1/6

or, x = 6

Now, Both tap filled in 4 hr

= 4 × 1/6

= 2/3

Total tank = 1

**∴** Remaining,

= 1 – 2/3

= 3 – 2/3

= 1/3

**∴** A can filled 1 tank = 10 hr

**∴** A can filled 1/3 tan

= 10 × 1/3

= 10/3 hr

= 3 1/3 hr

Therefore, A will take 3 1/3 hr to fill the remaining tank.

**Question no – (26)**

**Solution :**

Without leakage a pipe can fill the cistern = 10 hr

**∴** Without leakage a pipe can fill in 1 hr = 1/10

With leakage a pipe can fill in 12 hr = 1 cistern

**∴** With leakage a pipe can fill in = 1/12 cistern

**∴** Due to leakage a pipe can fill in 1 hr,

= 1/10 – 1/12

= 12 – 10/120

= 120/2

= 60 hours

Therefore, it will emptied by the leak in 60 hours.

**Question no – (27)**

**Solution :**

A can fill in 12 hr = 1 work

**∴** A can fill in 1 hr = 1/12 work

B can fill in 15 hr = 1 work

**∴** B can fill in 1 hr = 1/15 work

C can be fill in 10 hr = 1 work

**∴** C can be fill in 1 hr = -1 1/0 work [due to inlet emptying take it as negative]

**∴** Now (A + B + C) can fill in 1 hr

= (1/12 + 1/15 – 1/10)

= (5 + 4 – 6/60)

= 1/20

**∴** Now (A + B + C) can fill a cistern in 20 hr.

Therefore, they will take 20 hours to fill the cistern completely.

**Question no – (28)**

**Solution :**

A cistern can fill in 4 hr = 1 tap

**∴** A cistern can fill in 1 hr = 1/4

A cistern can fill in 6 hr = 1 pipe

**∴ **A cistern can fill 1 hr = 1/6

Both (tap and pipe) are opened

**∴ **Both (tap and pipe) can filled in 1 hr

= (1/4 – 1/6)

= 3 – 6/12

= 1/12

Therefore, Both (tap and pipe) can be filled in 12 hours.

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