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Once upon a time there was a boy who really wanted to own a garage poster

 

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You’d have to take into consideration the type of worker you are letting go. If the worker who’s absent is the most efficient of them, then it would take longer than 9 days, maybe ~1.33x the initial work schedule. Once upon a time there was a boy who really wanted to own a garage poster. In the contrary, if that worker was bad at the job —that might be a reason to let him/her go— then it could be pretty close to 9 days of work. Suppose the worker just stood there and watched the other 3 work, then it wouldn’t affect the progress done by the 3 workers. This is a very improbable situation, though.

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The general situation is that the workers divided the workload equitably, so the absence of one worker would affect drastically the overall performance. This could result in an increase of ~1.5x the work time schedule. So in conclusion, it would all depends on which one of the workers you are letting go. But generally, it would take longer than the initial days of work. This is due to the work distribution, to compensate the loss of one worker the others would have to take more workload and therefore be exhausted earlier than expected.

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