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Sol. (3) ( (A+B) ) 's 1 day's work ( =frac{1}{10} )
(1)
( (B+C)^{prime} s 1 ) day's work ( =frac{1}{6} )
(11)
( (C+A) ) 's 1 day's work ( =frac{1}{12} )
(111)
Adding all three eqn. (i), (ii) and (ii1) ( 2(A+B+C) ) 's 1 day's work
( =frac{1}{10}+frac{1}{6}+frac{1}{12}=frac{6+10+5}{60} )
( =frac{21}{60}=frac{7}{20} )
( therefore(A+B+C)^{prime} s 1 ) day's work ( =frac{7}{40} )
( therefore ) All three together will complete the work in
( frac{40}{7}=5 frac{5}{7} ) days

# Ex. 1. A and B together can do a work gether can do a work in 10 days. B and together can do the same work in 6 days. and C together can do the work in 12 days. Then A. B and C together can do the work in (1) 28 days (2) 14 days (3) 5 days (4) 8 days

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