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Wednesday, 28 June 2017

WORK AND WAGES NOTE WITH FULL EXAMINATION AND SHORTCUT FORMULAS

Work and Wages problems are simpler to solve in quantitative aptitude.
Money earned by a person for a certain work is called wage of the person for that work.


        Points to remember while solving Work and Wages problems
Wages are directly proportional to the work done.  That means more work – more money.

           Work and wages is also an important topic as point of competitive exams like SSC CGL, SSC CPO, SSC CHSL, IBPS PO, IBPS clerk, Railway Exams etc. If we take exam like CGL, CPO, CHSL conducted by SSC, Generally 1-2 questions are asked from this topic. So candidates should prepare for this topic, because each and every mark in competitive exam matters a lot. It is very easy topic after a little hard work with dedication. In this article we are providing some useful method and tricks to solve work and wages question. Learn these tricks and solve questions in just seconds.

          Work and Wages by Shortcut Methods
In work and wages topic two point are important to remember which are given below

       Wages are directly proportional to the work done.

        Wages are inversely proportional to the time taken to complete the work.

Work and Wages problems can be understood by examining some solved examples.So we are taking some examples to understand how we can solve Work and Wages problems in competitive exams.

         Wages are inversely proportional to the time taken to complete the work. That means more time – less money.
Work and Wages problems can be understood by examining some solved examples.

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