Pipes and Cistern - Quantitative Aptitude (MCQ) questions for Q. 29407

Q.  There is a leak at the bottom of a cistern. Due to this it takes 8 hours to fill the cistern. Had there not been a leak, it would take one hour less to fill the cistern. How much time does it take for the leak to completely empty the cistern?
- Published on 12 Apr 17

a. 48 hours
b. 55(1/3) hours
c. 56 hours
d. 15 hours

ANSWER: 56 hours
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