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2015-10-20T19:29:20+05:30

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Work done by tap in 1 hour= (1/8) part.
work done by outlet pipe in 1 hour=(1/12) part.
work done by both=(1/8)-(1/12)
=(3-2)/24
=(1/24) part.
therefore,hours required for the tank to be filled=1÷(1/24)
=24 hours.
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2015-10-20T21:32:36+05:30

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Tank filled in 1 hour = 1/8 th part
tank emptied in one hour = 1/12th part

in 1 hour, effective filling = 1/8 - 1/12 = (3-2)/24 = 1/24 th part
for complete filling, time = 1/(1/24) = 24 hour
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