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# Time and work

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24 Jan 2017, 09:20
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73% (00:25) correct 27% (01:52) wrong based on 11 sessions

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John does 1/2 piece of work in 3 hours, Joe does 1/4 of the remaining work in 1 hour and George finishes remaining work in 5 hours. How long would it have taken the three working together to do the work ? Pls give detailed explanation... Thank u

Options : -A) 15/7 B) 22/7 C) 41/11 D) 30/11

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12 Feb 2017, 14:32
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John does 1/2 piece of work in 3 hours, Joe does 1/4 of the remaining work in 1 hour and George finishes remaining work in 5 hours. How long would it have taken the three working together to do the work ? Pls give detailed explanation... Thank u

Options : -A) 15/7 B) 22/7 C) 41/11 D) 30/11

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