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# WORK RATES

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Hi,
I have troubles with this kind of problems:
Two machine (A e B) produce at two different constant rates and together produce 5/4 of product X in 3 days.
If machine A needs two days more than machine B to produce a unit of product X, how much time does Machine A need to produce 2 units of product X?

I understand the mathematical solution but I was looking for something easier and faster
Thanks
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29 Jan 2019, 03:33
salvatorefaraone0 wrote:
Hi,
I have troubles with this kind of problems:
Two machine (A e B) produce at two different constant rates and together produce 5/4 of product X in 3 days.
If machine A needs two days more than machine B to produce a unit of product X, how much time does Machine A need to produce 2 units of product X?

I understand the mathematical solution but I was looking for something easier and faster
Thanks

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