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the number of hours required to finish a certain job varies inversely as the number of persons on the job. if 16 persons require 18 hours to finish, the job, how long should it take 64 persons to finish the job? ...im gonna solve, waiteuu

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    since no. workers and time is inversely propositional we can solve it as follows let say w1 = no of workers at first time w2 = second tie h1 = hours first time h2 = hours second time then h2= h1( w1/w2) will give the ans...

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    Thank you, @raje_raviraj <3 :)

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