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2 bus start from A & B respectively and travel towards each other at a speed of 150 km/hr and 120 km/hr respectively. By the time they meet, the first bus has travelled by 300km more than the second. The distance between A & B is a) 2700 b) 2800 c) 2750 d) 2457
2 bus start from A & B respectively and travel towards each other at a speed of 150 km/hr and 120 km/hr respectively. By the time they meet, the first bus has travelled by 300km more than the second. The distance between A & B is a) 2700 b) 2800 c) 2750 d) 2457
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A At the time of meeting, Let the distance travelled by the second bus be xkm Then distance covered by the 1st bus is (x+300)km x/120= (x+300) /150 150x = 120(x+300) 150x = 120x +36000 30x = ... X=36000/30 X=1200 So the distance covered between A & B =(x+x+300) =(1200+1200+300) =2700km.
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Two bike A & B start at the same time from salem to Rasipuram which are 60km apart. If the 2 bikes travel in opposite directions, they meet after 1 hr and if they travel in same direction(from salem towards Rasipuram), then A meets B after 3 hrs. what is the speed of bike A? a) 50 b) 70 c) 90 d) 30
Two bike A & B start at the same time from salem to Rasipuram which are 60km apart. If the 2 bikes travel in opposite directions, they meet after 1 hr and if they travel in same direction(from salem towards Rasipuram), then A meets B after 3 hrs. what is the speed of bike A? a) 50 b) 70 c) 90 d) 30
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B Let their speed be x km/hr and y km/hr respectively Then 60 / (x+y) = ½ X+y = 120 ------------->1 Now when they move in same direction (distance travelled by A in 3 hrs) - (Distance travelled by B in ... = 140 X=70 Put x value in 1 we get Y=120 -70=50 Y=50 Therefore A's speed = 70 km/hr
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Arun steals a van at 8.30 am and drives it at 40km/hr. The theft is discovered at 9 a.m and the owner sets off in another van at 55km/hr. when will he overtake arun? a) 10.20 am b) 12.20am c) 11.20am d) 10.15am
Arun steals a van at 8.30 am and drives it at 40km/hr. The theft is discovered at 9 a.m and the owner sets off in another van at 55km/hr. when will he overtake arun? a) 10.20 am b) 12.20am c) 11.20am d) 10.15am
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A Suppose the arin is overtaken x hrs after 8.30 a.m Then distance covered by arun in x hrs = distance covered by the owner in(x-1/2) hrs 40x =55(x-1/2) 40x = 55x -55/2 55x – 40x =55/2 15x=55/2 X = 55/2*1/15 x=55/30 x= 1hr 50mins so the thief is overtaken at 10.20 a.m
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2 pistol were shoot from the same place at an interval of 15 mins and 15 secs but a boy in the train approaching the place hears the second shot 15 mins after the first. The speed of the train(in km/hr),supposing that speed travels at 320 metres per second is. a) 15.166 b) 17.144 c) 18.563 d) 19.188
2 pistol were shoot from the same place at an interval of 15 mins and 15 secs but a boy in the train approaching the place hears the second shot 15 mins after the first. The speed of the train(in km/hr),supposing that speed travels at 320 metres per second is. a) 15.166 b) 17.144 c) 18.563 d) 19.188
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D Let the speed of the train be x m/sec Then distance travelled by the train in 15mins = distance travelled by sound in 15secs X*15*60 = 320*15 900x = 4800 X=4800/900 X=5.33 Speed of the train 5.33 m/s Convert m/s into km/hr 5.33m =(5.33*18/5) =(95.94/5) =19.188 km/hr
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A goat is noticed by a lion from a distance of 350m. the goat starts running and the lion chases him. The goat and the lion run at the ratio of 30km and 31km per hr respectively. What is the distance between them after 12 mins? a) 120m b) 100m c) 150m d) 170m
A goat is noticed by a lion from a distance of 350m. the goat starts running and the lion chases him. The goat and the lion run at the ratio of 30km and 31km per hr respectively. What is the distance between them after 12 mins? a) 120m b) 100m c) 150m d) 170m
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C To find out the relative speed of the goat and lion (31-30) = 1 km/hr Distance covered in 12 mins =(1/60*12)km =1/5 km =(1000/5)m =200m Distance between the goat and lion = (350 – 200)m =150m
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P is thrice as fast as Q and Q is 4 times as fast as R. If the journey covered by R is 48 mins, then the time to be covered by Q. a) 12 b) 14 c) 10 d) 6
P is thrice as fast as Q and Q is 4 times as fast as R. If the journey covered by R is 48 mins, then the time to be covered by Q. a) 12 b) 14 c) 10 d) 6
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A Let R's speed = x km/hr Then Q's speed = 4x km/hr P's speed = 12x km/hr Ratio of speeds of P<Q<R = 12x :4x:x =12:4:1 Ratio of time taken = 1/12: ¼:1 =1:3:12 If R ... mins, then Q takes 3 mins If R takes 48 mins, then Q takes =(3/12 *48)mins =(144/120mins =12mins
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A 1800 km journey of 24 hrs, if 360km is done by van and the rest by train. It takes 60 mins more, if 600km is done by van and the rest by train. The ratio of the speed of the van to that of the train is. a) 2:4 b) 4:3 c) 3:4 d) 5:3
A 1800 km journey of 24 hrs, if 360km is done by van and the rest by train. It takes 60 mins more, if 600km is done by van and the rest by train. The ratio of the speed of the van to that of the train is. a) 2:4 b) 4:3 c) 3:4 d) 5:3
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C Let the speed of the van be x km/hr And that of the train be y km/hr 360/x+1440/y = 24 --------------->A Dividing by 24 on both sides 15/x+60/y = 1 ---------1 And 600/x +1200/y =25 Dividing by ... 720/y =9 Y=80 Put y value in A 360/x = 24-18 X=360/6 X=60 Ratio of speeds = 60:80 = 3:4
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In covering a definite distance, the speeds of P & Q are in the ratio of 5:6. P takes 45 mins more than Q to reach the target. The time taken by P to reach the target is. a) 4 hrs 20 mins b) 4 hrs 45 mins c) 2hrs 30 mins d) 4hrs 30 mins
In covering a definite distance, the speeds of P & Q are in the ratio of 5:6. P takes 45 mins more than Q to reach the target. The time taken by P to reach the target is. a) 4 hrs 20 mins b) 4 hrs 45 mins c) 2hrs 30 mins d) 4hrs 30 mins
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D Ratio of speeds = 5:6 Ratio of time =6:5 Suppose P takes 6x hrs and Q takes 5x hrs to reach the target. Then, 6x – 5x = 45/60 X=3/4 Time taken by P = 6x hrs =(6*3/4)hrs =4.5 hrs i.e., the time taken by P to reach the target is 4hrs 30mins
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A bus can travel 25% faster than a van. Both start from a certain shop at the same time and reach poin P, 37.5 kms away from the shop at the same time time. On the way, however, the bus lost about 6.25 mins while shopping at the some such places. The speed of the van is. a) 72 b) 73 c) 74 d) 75
A bus can travel 25% faster than a van. Both start from a certain shop at the same time and reach poin P, 37.5 kms away from the shop at the same time time. On the way, however, the bus lost about 6.25 mins while shopping at the some such places. The speed of the van is. a) 72 b) 73 c) 74 d) 75
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A Let speed of the car be x kmph The speed of the train = 125x/100 =5x/4 km/hr Therefore 37.5 / x – 37.5 /(5x/4) = 6.25 /60 37.5 / x – (37.5*4)/5x = 6.25 / 60 37.5 / x – 150 / 5x = 6.25 / 60 37.5 / x – 30/x = 6.25 / 60 7.5 / x = 6.25 / 60 6.25x = 7.5*60 X=72 km/hr
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A certain thing is thrown twice from a place with the gap of 45 minutes between the two shots. A girl approaching this point in a train heard the second shot 44 minutes after she heard the first shot. What is the speed of train (in kmph) if sound travels at 660 m/s? a) 62 km/hr b) 54 km/hr c) 48 km/hr d) 27 km/hr
A certain thing is thrown twice from a place with the gap of 45 minutes between the two shots. A girl approaching this point in a train heard the second shot 44 minutes after she heard the first shot. What is the speed of train (in kmph) if sound travels at 660 m/s? a) 62 km/hr b) 54 km/hr c) 48 km/hr d) 27 km/hr
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B Actual time between the two shots being fired = 45 minutes. If a girl was stationary she would have heard the shots after 44 minutes. But since the train was moving towards the source, she heard the second shot after ... = (15 *18/5) km/hr =54 km/hr Hence the speed of the train is 54 km/hr
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If Gowtham ride a bike at 30 km/hr, then he arrives at a certain place at 3 p.m. If he ride at 45 km/hr, he will arrive at the same place at 1 P.m. At what speed must he ride to get there at noon? a) 18 km/hr b) 24 km/hr c) 36 km/hr d) 28 km/hr
If Gowtham ride a bike at 30 km/hr, then he arrives at a certain place at 3 p.m. If he ride at 45 km/hr, he will arrive at the same place at 1 P.m. At what speed must he ride to get there at noon? a) 18 km/hr b) 24 km/hr c) 36 km/hr d) 28 km/hr
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C When speed of gowtham = 30 km/hr =d/t and, When speed of the gowtham = 45 km/hr =d/(t−2) Equating the value of d: 30t =45(t-2) 30t=45t-90 15t=90 t=6 hours Finally desired speed =d/(t-1) =30t/(t-1) =30*6/(6-1) =180/5 =36 km/hr
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I reach the bus stop 15 min late if I walk at 2 kmph Starting from my office . Instead, if I walk at 3 kmph, I reach the bus stop 10 min early. How far is bus stop from my office? a) 1.5 km b) 2.5 km c) 3.5 km d) 4.5 km
I reach the bus stop 15 min late if I walk at 2 kmph Starting from my office . Instead, if I walk at 3 kmph, I reach the bus stop 10 min early. How far is bus stop from my office? a) 1.5 km b) 2.5 km c) 3.5 km d) 4.5 km
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B Let the distance between the office and the bus stop be 1 km Time required at 2 kmph =1/2 =30 mins Time required at 3 kmph =1/3 =20 mins Difference = 30−20=10 min. Actual difference in timings = ... is 1 km ⇒ If difference is 25 min, distance is 2.5 km Hence the required answer is 2.5 km
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Find the speed and average speed of a bus which leaves salem at 4 p.m. and reaches madurai in the same day at 8 p.m. The distance between the two stations is 216 km and the total time for stoppage is 1 hour between these stations. a) 54,72 b) 62,84 c) 72,54 d) 82,64
Find the speed and average speed of a bus which leaves salem at 4 p.m. and reaches madurai in the same day at 8 p.m. The distance between the two stations is 216 km and the total time for stoppage is 1 hour between these stations. a) 54,72 b) 62,84 c) 72,54 d) 82,64
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C Total time taken = 4 hours; Time of stoppage = 1 hour, that is, actual time taken = 4 hours - 1 hours = 3 hours Speed = Distance/Time = 216/3 = 72 km/hr Average speed = Total Distance/ Total Time = 216/4 = 54 km/hr
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Anand takes 9 hours more than Babu to cover 150 km. Suppose the time taken by Anand is 30 minutes less than Babu he must double his speed. Then the speed of Anand will be: a) 7.64 km/hr. b) 7.43km/hr. c) 7.89 km/hr. d) 7.25 km/hr.
Anand takes 9 hours more than Babu to cover 150 km. Suppose the time taken by Anand is 30 minutes less than Babu he must double his speed. Then the speed of Anand will be: a) 7.64 km/hr. b) 7.43km/hr. c) 7.89 km/hr. d) 7.25 km/hr.
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C Let Anand 's speed be X km/hr. And let the time taken by Babu be Y. Since Anand takes 9+Y hours to cross 150km at X km/hr. i.e., 150 / X = 9+Y ---eqn1 And he takes Y - 1/2 hours to cross 150km at 2X km ... )/ 2x = 19/2 150/2X =19/2 150/X = 19 X = 7.89 Hence Anand 's speed is 7.89 km/hr.
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A bus starts at bus stop and reaches a destination in 4 hours. If it travels first and second half at the speed of 40 km/hr and 50 km/hr respectively then the distance between bus stop and destination is a) 177.7 km b) 154.2 km c) 163.5 km d) 147.3 km
A bus starts at bus stop and reaches a destination in 4 hours. If it travels first and second half at the speed of 40 km/hr and 50 km/hr respectively then the distance between bus stop and destination is a) 177.7 km b) 154.2 km c) 163.5 km d) 147.3 km
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A Let the distance between bus stop and destination be X. The total time taken by the bus to cover X = 4 hours Since X/2 by 40km/hr and remaining X/2 by 50km/hr Then by Time = distance/speed, we have ... = 1600 9X = 1600 X = 1600/9 = 177.7 Hence 177.7 km is the required answer.
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Geetha runs at a speed of 12 km per hour and she increases her speed in every hour by 1 km per hour. In how many hours will he covers 27.8km ? a) 1 1/4 hours b) 2 1/3 hours. c) 3 1/2 hours. d) 2 1/5 hours.
Geetha runs at a speed of 12 km per hour and she increases her speed in every hour by 1 km per hour. In how many hours will he covers 27.8km ? a) 1 1/4 hours b) 2 1/3 hours. c) 3 1/2 hours. d) 2 1/5 hours.
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D Geetha starts with 12 kmph. Distance covered in first 1 hour = 12 km she increases her speed in every hour by 1 km. Speed in 2nd hour = 13 km/hr Distance covered in 2nd hour = 13 km Remaining distance = 27.8 ... total time = 1 + 1 + 1/5 hours = 2 1/5 hours. Hence the answer is 2 1/5 hours.
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Mr.Aneesh left for city 1 from city 2 at 3.00 pm. He travelled at the speed of 60km/hr for 1 and half hours. After that the speed was reduced to 15 km/hr. If the distance between two cities is 120 kms, at what time did Mr.Aneesh reach city 1 ? a) 6.30 pm. b) 5.30 pm. c) 7.30 pm. d) 8.30 pm.
Mr.Aneesh left for city 1 from city 2 at 3.00 pm. He travelled at the speed of 60km/hr for 1 and half hours. After that the speed was reduced to 15 km/hr. If the distance between two cities is 120 kms, at what time did Mr.Aneesh reach city 1 ? a) 6.30 pm. b) 5.30 pm. c) 7.30 pm. d) 8.30 pm.
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A Mr.Aneesh travelled 60 km/hr for 1 1/2 hours (3/2 hours). Distance covered in 3/2 hours = 60 x 3/2 = 90 km. Therefore, remaining distance = 120 -90 = 30 km After 3/2 hours, the speed was ... village 2 at 3.00 pm + 3 hours 30 minutes = 6.30pm Hence the required answer is 6.30 pm.
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A bike starts with a speed of 60 km/hr at 8a.m. Due to the problem in engine it reduces its speed as 20 km/hr for every 1 hour. After 9 am, the time taken to covers 15 km is: a) 13 minutes and 20 seconds b) 15 minutes and 09 seconds c) 18 minutes and 15 seconds d) 22 minutes and 30 seconds
A bike starts with a speed of 60 km/hr at 8a.m. Due to the problem in engine it reduces its speed as 20 km/hr for every 1 hour. After 9 am, the time taken to covers 15 km is: a) 13 minutes and 20 seconds b) 15 minutes and 09 seconds c) 18 minutes and 15 seconds d) 22 minutes and 30 seconds
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D Initial speed of the bike= 60 km/hr Due to engine problem, speed is reduced to 20km for every 1 hour Speed of the car at 9 am = (60 - 20) = 40km/hr Time to cover 15 km at 40 km/hr = ... = 22 minutes + 1/2 minutes = 22 minutes + 1/2 x 60 seconds = 22 minutes and 30 seconds.
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Raghu starts a bike at 40 km/hr and he increases his speed in every hour by 4 km/hr. Then the maximum distance covered by him in 12 hours is: a) 744 km b) 658 km c) 436 km d) 512 km
Raghu starts a bike at 40 km/hr and he increases his speed in every hour by 4 km/hr. Then the maximum distance covered by him in 12 hours is: a) 744 km b) 658 km c) 436 km d) 512 km
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A Speed of the rider = 40km/hr. Distance covered in 1st hour = 40 km. He increased his speed in every 1 hour by 4 km/hr. Distance covered in every 1 hours will be, 44, 48, ,... upto 12 terms.(for 12 hours). ... (2(40)+(11)4) = 6(80 + 44) = 6(124) = 744. Hence, he covers 744 km in 12 hours.
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A van travels from namakkal to Madurai at a constant speed. If its speed were increased by 40km/hr it would have taken 1 hr lesser to cover the distance. It would have taken further 45 mins lesser if the speed was further increased by 40km/hr. what is distance between the 2 cities. a) 1680 b) B1660 c) 1670 d) 1675
A van travels from namakkal to Madurai at a constant speed. If its speed were increased by 40km/hr it would have taken 1 hr lesser to cover the distance. It would have taken further 45 mins lesser if the speed was further increased by 40km/hr. what is distance between the 2 cities. a) 1680 b) B1660 c) 1670 d) 1675
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A Let distance = x km Usual rate = y km/hr Then x/y - x/(y+40) =1 X(y+40) / y(y+40) = 1 Xy+40x - xy = y(y+40) 40x = y(y+40) ---------->1 x/y - x/y+80 = 7/4 x(y+80) - xy / y(y+ ... (y+80) / y(y+40) 8(y+40) = 7y + 560 8y +320 = 7y+560 Y=240 Substitute y value in 1 40x = 240*280 X=1680 km
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Anitha travels 400 km by bus at 70 km/hr, 600 km by train at 80km/hr, 250 km by bike at 60 km/hr and 50 kn by car at 40 km/hr. what is the average speed for the total distance? a) 68.45 b) 69.45 c) 67.45 d) 69.77
Anitha travels 400 km by bus at 70 km/hr, 600 km by train at 80km/hr, 250 km by bike at 60 km/hr and 50 kn by car at 40 km/hr. what is the average speed for the total distance? a) 68.45 b) 69.45 c) 67.45 d) 69.77
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D Total distance = (400+250+50+600)km =1300 km Total time taken = (400/70 + 600/80+250/60+50/40) hrs =(40/7 +60/8+25/6+5/4) =(24*40)+(21*60)+(28*25)+(42*5) / 168 =960+1260+700+210 / 168 =(3130 / 168) Average speed =(1300*168 / 3130) km/hr =218400/3130 =69.77 km/hr
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A girl covered a definite distance at same speed. Had she moved 6 km/hr faster, she would have taken 30 mins less. If she had moved 4 km/hr slower, she would have taken 30 mins more. The distance (in km) is. a) 50 b) 40 c) 70 d) 60
A girl covered a definite distance at same speed. Had she moved 6 km/hr faster, she would have taken 30 mins less. If she had moved 4 km/hr slower, she would have taken 30 mins more. The distance (in km) is. a) 50 b) 40 c) 70 d) 60
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D Let distance = x km Rate = y km/hr x/y - x / (y+6) = 30/60 (x(y+6)-xy) / y(y+6) = ½ (xy +6x - xy) / y(y+6) = ½ 12x = y(y+6) ------------>1 And x/ (y-4) - x/y = 30/60 (Xy - x(y-4 ... = (y+6) / (y-4) 3y - 12 = 2y +12 Y = 24km Put y value in 1 we get 12x = 24 (24+6) 12x = 24 *30 X=60km
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Ganesh is travelling on his motorbike and has calculated to reach golden temple at 8 p.m if he travels at 30 km/hr; he will reach there at 6 p.m if he travels at 45 km/hr. At what speed must he travel to reach the golden temple at 7 p.m? a) 36 b) 46 c) 32 d) 30
Ganesh is travelling on his motorbike and has calculated to reach golden temple at 8 p.m if he travels at 30 km/hr; he will reach there at 6 p.m if he travels at 45 km/hr. At what speed must he travel to reach the golden temple at 7 p.m? a) 36 b) 46 c) 32 d) 30
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A Let the distance travelled be x km x/30 – x/45 = 2 (3x – 2x) / 90 = 2 x/90 = 2 x = 180km Time taken to travel 180 km at 30 km/hr = 180 / 30 = 6 hrs So ganesh started 6 hrs before 8 pm That is 2 pm Required speed = distance / time =(180/5) =36 km/hr
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Karthiga jogs a speed of 18 km/hr at a distance of 27 km. at what speed would she need to jog during the next 4.5 hrs to have an average of 27km/hr for the entire jogging session. a) 40km/hr b) 30 km/hr c) 20 km/hr d) 35 km/hr
Karthiga jogs a speed of 18 km/hr at a distance of 27 km. at what speed would she need to jog during the next 4.5 hrs to have an average of 27km/hr for the entire jogging session. a) 40km/hr b) 30 km/hr c) 20 km/hr d) 35 km/hr
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B Let the speed of jagging be x km/hr Total time taken = (27/18 hrs + 4.5 hrs) =(1.5 hrs + 4.5 hrs) =6 hrs Total distance covered = (27+4.5 x) km Therefore (27 +4.5x) / 6= 27 27+4.5x = 162 4.5x = 135 X=135/4.5 =30 So jagging speed is 30 km/hr
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P,Q & R are on a journey by scorpio. P drives during the 1st 2 hrs at an average speed of 60 km/hr. Q drives during the next 3 hrs at an average speed of 58 km/hr R drives for the next 4 hrs at an average speed of 62 km/hr. They reached their destination after exactly 5 hrs. Their main speed is. a) 60 2/9 b) 62 2/9 c) 60 4/8 d) 62 4 /8
P,Q & R are on a journey by scorpio. P drives during the 1st 2 hrs at an average speed of 60 km/hr. Q drives during the next 3 hrs at an average speed of 58 km/hr R drives for the next 4 hrs at an average speed of 62 km/hr. They reached their destination after exactly 5 hrs. Their main speed is. a) 60 2/9 b) 62 2/9 c) 60 4/8 d) 62 4 /8
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A Distance covered by P = 2*60 = 120 km Distance covered by Q = 3* 58 = 174 km Distance covered by R = 4*62 = 248 km Total distance = (120+174+248)km =542 km Total time taken = 2+3+4 = 9 hrs Mean speed = diatance/ time =(542 / 9)km/hr =60 2/9 km/hr
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Senthil started bike at 5 a.m to reach a temple. After going temple, his bike went out of order. Consequently he rested for 45 mins and came back to his house walking all the way. Senthil reached home at 8 a.m. if bike speed is 20 km/hr and his walking speed is 1 km/hr, then on bike he covered a distance of. a) 3.12 b) 2.76 c) 4.13 d) 2.14
Senthil started bike at 5 a.m to reach a temple. After going temple, his bike went out of order. Consequently he rested for 45 mins and came back to his house walking all the way. Senthil reached home at 8 a.m. if bike speed is 20 km/hr and his walking speed is 1 km/hr, then on bike he covered a distance of. a) 3.12 b) 2.76 c) 4.13 d) 2.14
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D Time taken = 2 hr 15 mins = 2 ¼ hrs Time = 9/4 hrs Let the required distance be x km Then x/20 + x/1 = 9/4 (X+20x) / 20 = 9/4 21x / 20 = 9/4 84x = 180 X= 2.14 km Therefore the required diatance is 2.14 km
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The average speed of a bus in the upward journey is 50% more than that in the return journey. The bus halts for 2 hrs on reaching the destination. The total time taken for the complete to and from trip is 34 hrs covering a distance of 1600 km. the speed of the bus in the upward journey is. a) 63.24 b) 65.67 c) 63.49 d) 62.49
The average speed of a bus in the upward journey is 50% more than that in the return journey. The bus halts for 2 hrs on reaching the destination. The total time taken for the complete to and from trip is 34 hrs covering a distance of 1600 km. the speed of the bus in the upward journey is. a) 63.24 b) 65.67 c) 63.49 d) 62.49
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D Let the speed in return journey be x km/hr Then speed in upward journey = 150 /100 x = (3/2 x)km/hr Average speed = (2*3x/2*x) / (3x/2 +x) =3x2 / (5x/2) =6x2 / 5x =6x/5 km/hr Therefore (1600 ... 192x = 8000 X = 41.66 Speed in upward journey = (3/2 x ) km/hr =(3/2*41.66) =62.49 km/hr
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Robert travels from his home to anna park at a distance of 125 miles in 11/4 hrs. He returns to home in 2 hrs 15 mints. His average speed is. a) 50 b) 40 c) 30 d) 20
Robert travels from his home to anna park at a distance of 125 miles in 11/4 hrs. He returns to home in 2 hrs 15 mints. His average speed is. a) 50 b) 40 c) 30 d) 20
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A Speed from home to annapark: (125*4/11)mph = (500/11)mph Speed from annapark to home: (125*4/9)mph = (500/9) mph Average speed = 2xy / (x+y) mph =[(2*500/11 *500/9) / (500/11+500/9)]mph =(500000/99) / ((4500+5500)/99) =(500000/99) / 10000 /99 =50mph
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A taxi driver make a trip from the plains to ooty which are 340km apart at an average speed of 60km/hr. In the return trip, he covers the speed distance at an average of 30 km/hr. the average speed of the taxi over the entire distance of 680 km is a) 30 b) 40 c) 50 d) 60
A taxi driver make a trip from the plains to ooty which are 340km apart at an average speed of 60km/hr. In the return trip, he covers the speed distance at an average of 30 km/hr. the average speed of the taxi over the entire distance of 680 km is a) 30 b) 40 c) 50 d) 60
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B Average speed =(2xy/( x+y)) km/hr Given x =60 km/hr y = 30km/hr Average speed = (2*60*30/ (60+30)) km/hr =(3600/ 90) =40 km/hr
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Anitha takes 8 hrs 20 mints in walking to a temple and riding back. She would have gained 3 hrs by riding both ways. The time she would take to walk both ways is. a) 15hrs 40mints b) 16hrs 40 mints c) 18 hrs 40 mints d) 19 hrs 40 mints
Anitha takes 8 hrs 20 mints in walking to a temple and riding back. She would have gained 3 hrs by riding both ways. The time she would take to walk both ways is. a) 15hrs 40mints b) 16hrs 40 mints c) 18 hrs 40 mints d) 19 hrs 40 mints
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D Let the distance be x km. then, (time taken to walk x km)+(time taken to ride x km) = 25/3 hrs (time taken to walk 3x km)+(time taken to ride 3x km) = 25/3*3 =25hrs But the time taken to ride 3xkm=(25/ ... 16/3 hrs Time taken to walk 3x km = (25 - 16/3)hrs =(75 - 16)/3 =59/3 =19 hrs 40mins
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Jackson travels a distance of 100km in 5 hrs. How much faster in kilometer per hr, on an average, must he travel to make a journey in 5/3 hr less time? a) 5 km/hr b) 10km/hr c) 6 km/hr d) 8 km/hr
Jackson travels a distance of 100km in 5 hrs. How much faster in kilometer per hr, on an average, must he travel to make a journey in 5/3 hr less time? a) 5 km/hr b) 10km/hr c) 6 km/hr d) 8 km/hr
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B Time required = (5 hrs – 5/3 hrs) =(5 hrs – 100 mints) = (5 hrs – 1hr 40 mints) = 3 hrs 20 mints = 3 1/3 hrs Required speed = (100*3/10) km/hr =30 km/hr Original speed = (100/5)km/hr = 20 km/hr Difference speed = required speed – original speed =(30-20) =10km/hr
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A royal enfield bike starts with the speed of 210 km/hr with its speed increasing every 2 hrs by 30km/hr, in how many hrs will it cover 1035km? a) 2 1/2 hr b) 4 1 /2 hr c) 6 1 /2 hr d) 7 1 /2 hr
A royal enfield bike starts with the speed of 210 km/hr with its speed increasing every 2 hrs by 30km/hr, in how many hrs will it cover 1035km? a) 2 1/2 hr b) 4 1 /2 hr c) 6 1 /2 hr d) 7 1 /2 hr
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B Distance covered in 1st 2 hrs = (210*2)km =420km Distance covered in next 2 hrs = (240*2)km =480km Remaining distance = 1035 – (420+480) =1035 – 900 =135km Speed in 5th hr = 270 km/hr Time taken to cover 135 km = 135/270 = ½ hr Total time taken = (2+2+1/2) =4 ½ hrs
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A hare is spotted by a tiger from a distance of 50 metres. When the tiger starts a chase, the hare also starts running. If the speed of the hare be 4 km/hr and that of a tiger 5 km/hr, how far the hare will have run before its over taken? a) 100m b) 200m c) 300m d) 400m
A hare is spotted by a tiger from a distance of 50 metres. When the tiger starts a chase, the hare also starts running. If the speed of the hare be 4 km/hr and that of a tiger 5 km/hr, how far the hare will have run before its over taken? a) 100m b) 200m c) 300m d) 400m
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B Relative speed of the tiger = (5-4)km/hr =1 km/hr Time taken by tiger to cover 50 m, =(50/1000)hr =1/20hr In 1/20 hrs, the tiger cover a distance of (4*1/20)km =1/5km =>(1/5*1000)m =200m
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A monkey takes 16 jumps for every 20 jumps of a dog but 12 jumps of a monkey are equal to 16 jumps of the dog. Compare their speeds a) 15:16 b) 17:16 c) 16:15 d) 16:17
A monkey takes 16 jumps for every 20 jumps of a dog but 12 jumps of a monkey are equal to 16 jumps of the dog. Compare their speeds a) 15:16 b) 17:16 c) 16:15 d) 16:17
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C Let the distance covered in 1 jump of the monkey be x and, Distance covered in 1 jump of the dog be y Then 12 x = 16y X = 16 / 12 y ---------->1 Ratio of speed of monkey and dog = Ratio of distances covered by them in the same time =16x : 20y =256 /12 y : 20y (from 1) =256 : 240 = 16:15
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Siva leaves chennai at 3 am and reaches Hyderabad at 11 am . Anirudh leaves Hyderabad at 5 am and reaches chennai at 12:00 noon. At what time do they cross each other? a) 7 : 52am b) 8 : 25am c) 6 : 52am d) 9 : 25am
Siva leaves chennai at 3 am and reaches Hyderabad at 11 am . Anirudh leaves Hyderabad at 5 am and reaches chennai at 12:00 noon. At what time do they cross each other? a) 7 : 52am b) 8 : 25am c) 6 : 52am d) 9 : 25am
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C Time taken by Siva = 8 h Time taken by Anirudh = 7 h For your convenience take the product of times taken by both as a distance. Then the distance = 56km Since, Siva covers half of the distance in 2 ... by them = 28/15 = 1 hr 52 min Thus , they will cross each other at 6 : 52am.
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A passenger train without stopping running at an average speed of 120 km/hr and with stoppages at an average speed of 80 km/hr. What is the total time taken by the train for stoppages on a route of length 480km? a) 2 hours b) 3 hours c) 4 hours d) 5 hours
A passenger train without stopping running at an average speed of 120 km/hr and with stoppages at an average speed of 80 km/hr. What is the total time taken by the train for stoppages on a route of length 480km? a) 2 hours b) 3 hours c) 4 hours d) 5 hours
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A Let r = running time of the train s= stoppage time of the train D= total distance travelled by train We have: D/r= 120 and ..(1) D/(r+s) =80 ..(2) Diviving (1)&(2), D/r *(r+s)/D = ... , D=480 kms 480/r= 120 r=4 put r value in (3),we get s/4 =1/2 S = 2 hours
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Ravi walks to and fro to a Gym. He spends 30 minutes in gym. If he walks at speed of 20 km an hour, he returns to home at 8.00 a.m. If he walks at 30 km an hour, he returns to home at 7.30 a.m. How fast must he walk in order to return at 7.15 hours? a) 40 km/hr b) 30 km/hr c) 60 km/hr d) 50 km/hr
Ravi walks to and fro to a Gym. He spends 30 minutes in gym. If he walks at speed of 20 km an hour, he returns to home at 8.00 a.m. If he walks at 30 km an hour, he returns to home at 7.30 a.m. How fast must he walk in order to return at 7.15 hours? a) 40 km/hr b) 30 km/hr c) 60 km/hr d) 50 km/hr
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A As per the question, let D be the total distance and ‘t’ is the time taken. So we have: D=20t 20t =30(t-0.5) 20t=30t-15 10t=15 t=3/2 D= 30 km Now, for the condition given we have: 30=S(t-3/4) 30=S(3/2-3/4) 30=S((6-3)/4) 30=S(3/4) S=40 km/hr
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Shreya travel the first part of her journey at 160 kmph and the second part at 240 kmph and cover the total distance of 3840 km to her destination in 20 hours. How long did the first part of her journey last? a) 8 hrs b) 12 hrs c) 16 hrs d) 10 hrs
Shreya travel the first part of her journey at 160 kmph and the second part at 240 kmph and cover the total distance of 3840 km to her destination in 20 hours. How long did the first part of her journey last? a) 8 hrs b) 12 hrs c) 16 hrs d) 10 hrs
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B The total time of journey = 20 hours. Let 'x' hours be the time that shreya travelled at 160 kmph Therefore, 20-x hours would be time that she travelled at 240 kmph. Hence, she would have covered x*160+( ... 20-x)*240 =3840 160x +4800-240x =3840 240x-160x=4800-3840 80x= 960 X=960/80=12 hrs
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Anushiya covered a definite distance at some speed. If she had moved 5 kmph faster, she would have taken 55minutes less. If he had moved 4 kmph slower, she would have taken 55 minutes more. What is the distance in km? a) 110 Km b) 220 km c) 330 km d) 440 km
Anushiya covered a definite distance at some speed. If she had moved 5 kmph faster, she would have taken 55minutes less. If he had moved 4 kmph slower, she would have taken 55 minutes more. What is the distance in km? a) 110 Km b) 220 km c) 330 km d) 440 km
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C speed=2V1V2/(V1-V2) = 2*5*4/(5-4) =40 km/hr Distance= vt1 (1+v/v1) =40* 55/60(1+40/5) =40*11/12(1+8) =40*11/12*9 =330 km Therefore the distance is 330km
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A car covers a distance of 1120 metres in 1 minute whereas a bus covers a distance of 56 kms in 44 minutes. What is the ratio of their speed? a) 22:25 b) 25:22 c) 11:15 d) 15:11
A car covers a distance of 1120 metres in 1 minute whereas a bus covers a distance of 56 kms in 44 minutes. What is the ratio of their speed? a) 22:25 b) 25:22 c) 11:15 d) 15:11
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A Speed of the Car = 1120 m/minute Speed of the bus=56 kms in 44 minutes =56/44 km/m =56000/44 m/mints Speed of the car : Speed of the bus, =1120:56000/44 =280:14000/44 =20:1000/44 =880:1000 =88:100 Required ratio =22:25
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Three friends X, Y and Z run a running race, Y finished 12 meters ahead of Z and 18 m ahead of X, while Z finished 8m ahead of X. If each friends runs the entire distance at their respective constant speeds, what is the length of the race? a) 16m b) 48m c) 24m d) 12m
Three friends X, Y and Z run a running race, Y finished 12 meters ahead of Z and 18 m ahead of X, while Z finished 8m ahead of X. If each friends runs the entire distance at their respective constant speeds, what is the length of the race? a) 16m b) 48m c) 24m d) 12m
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B Let the length of the race track be 'd'. When Y finished the race, X and Z would have run (d−18) and (d−12) meters respectively. When Z finishes the race, X would have run (d-8) meters. The ratio of ... d2 -20d+96= d2 -18d 20d-18d=96 d=96/2=48m hence the length of the race track is 48m
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In a 2700 m race around a round track of length 300m, abi and kabi meet at the end of the 3rd minute, for the first time after the start of the race. All the runners maintain uniform speed throughout the race. If abi runs at twice the speed of the kabi. Find the time taken by abi to finish the race. a) 27 mints b) 32 mints c) 5 mints d) 23 mints
In a 2700 m race around a round track of length 300m, abi and kabi meet at the end of the 3rd minute, for the first time after the start of the race. All the runners maintain uniform speed throughout the race. If abi runs at twice the speed of the kabi. Find the time taken by abi to finish the race. a) 27 mints b) 32 mints c) 5 mints d) 23 mints
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A As, abi is twice as fast as the kabi, abi would have completed two rounds by the time kabi completes one round. And that is their second meeting. Their first meeting takes place after the abi ... 300m ⇒He takes 2700/300 *3 =27 mints Hence he takes 27 minutes to finish the race.
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Tharun has to cover a distance of 84 km in 40 minutes. If he covers one-half of the distance in one-fourth of the total time, to cover the remaining distance in the remaining time, what should be his speed in km/hr? a) 42 km/hr b) 64km/hr c) 84km/hr d)76km/hr
Tharun has to cover a distance of 84 km in 40 minutes. If he covers one-half of the distance in one-fourth of the total time, to cover the remaining distance in the remaining time, what should be his speed in km/hr? a) 42 km/hr b) 64km/hr c) 84km/hr d)76km/hr
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C Tharun needs to cover 84 km in 40minutes Given that he covers one-half of the distance in one-fourth of the total time ⇒ he covers half of 84km in one-fourth of 40 minutes ⇒ He covers 42 km in ¼ * ... Distance =42km Time =30minutes =1/2 hr Required Speed = Distance / Time =42/(1/2)=84 km/hr
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The distance between salem and trichy is 170 km. A bus starts from salem at 6 a.m. and travels towards trichy at 20 km/hr. Another bus starts from trichy at 7 a.m. and travels towards salem at 30 km/hr. At what time will they meet? a) 7a.m b) 8a.m c) 9a.m d) 10a.m
The distance between salem and trichy is 170 km. A bus starts from salem at 6 a.m. and travels towards trichy at 20 km/hr. Another bus starts from trichy at 7 a.m. and travels towards salem at 30 km/hr. At what time will they meet? a) 7a.m b) 8a.m c) 9a.m d) 10a.m
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D Assume that they meet x hours after 6 a.m. Then, Bus 1, starting from salem, travels x hours till the bus meet. Distance travelled by bus 1 in x hours =20x km bus 2, starting from trichy , travels (x−1) hours ... +30=50x 200=50x X=4 Hence, the bus meet 4 hours after 6 a.m., i.e. at 10a.m
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The speed of a van increases by 5 kmph after every one hour. If the distance travelled in the first one hour was 55 km, what was the total distance travelled in 8 hours? a) 580km b) 116km c) 147km d) 240km
The speed of a van increases by 5 kmph after every one hour. If the distance travelled in the first one hour was 55 km, what was the total distance travelled in 8 hours? a) 580km b) 116km c) 147km d) 240km
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A Distance travelled in 1ST hour =55 km Speed of the van increases by 5 kmph after every one hour. Hence, distance travelled in 2nd hour =60 km distance travelled in 3rd hour =65 km and so on Total distance travelled =(55+60+……..+(8 terms)) =8/2(2*55+(8-1)5) =4(110+35) =580km
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Kishore is travelling on his bike and has calculated to reach point P at 4 pm if he travels at 20 kmph. He will reach there at 12 noon if he travels at 30 kmph. At what speed must he travel to reach P at 2 pm? a) 18 kmph b) 12 kmph c) 24 kmph d) 16 kmph
Kishore is travelling on his bike and has calculated to reach point P at 4 pm if he travels at 20 kmph. He will reach there at 12 noon if he travels at 30 kmph. At what speed must he travel to reach P at 2 pm? a) 18 kmph b) 12 kmph c) 24 kmph d) 16 kmph
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C Let the distance be x km Travelling at 20 kmph, Kishore will reach point P at 4pm. Travelling at 30 kmph, Kishore will reach point P at 12noon. Therefore, time taken when travelling at 20km - ... his travelling time must be (12-2)=10 hours Hence, required speed =240/10=24 kmph
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A race course is 250 m long. P and Q run a race and P wins by 4m. Q and R run over the same course and Q win by 3m. R and S run over it and S wins by 12m. If P and S run over it, then who would win and by how much? a) P by 4.82m b) S by 5.30m c) P by 7.25m d) Q by 6.54m
A race course is 250 m long. P and Q run a race and P wins by 4m. Q and R run over the same course and Q win by 3m. R and S run over it and S wins by 12m. If P and S run over it, then who would win and by how much? a) P by 4.82m b) S by 5.30m c) P by 7.25m d) Q by 6.54m
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B If P covers 250m, Q covers 246 m If Q covers 250m, R covers 247 m If S covers 250m, R covers 238m Now if Q covers 246 m, then R will cover =247/250*246=243.048 If R covers 243.048 m, then S will cover= ... 048=255.30 If P and S run over 250 m, then S win by =(255.30-250) S win by = 5.30 m
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A bus can travel 25% faster than a jeep. Both start from point P at the same time and reach point Q, 225 kms away from P, at the same time. On the way, however, the bus lost about 37.5 minutes while stopping at the certain place. What is the speed of the jeep? a) 64 km/hr b) 72 km/hr c) 68 km/hr d) 56 km/hr
A bus can travel 25% faster than a jeep. Both start from point P at the same time and reach point Q, 225 kms away from P, at the same time. On the way, however, the bus lost about 37.5 minutes while stopping at the certain place. What is the speed of the jeep? a) 64 km/hr b) 72 km/hr c) 68 km/hr d) 56 km/hr
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B Let speed of the jeep =x kmph Then, speed of the bus =(100+25)x/100 =125x/100 =5x/4 kmph Time taken by the jeep to travel from P to Q =225/x hours Time taken by the bus to travel from p to Q =225/(5x/4) + ... 225/x=900/5x+37.5/60 225/x=180/x+37.5/60 45/x =37.5/60 37.5x=45*60 X=72 km/hr
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kajal rides his scooter 14km at an average speed of 16 km/hr and again travels 16km at an average speed of 14 km/hr. What is her average speed for the entire trip approximately? a) 15.36 km/hr b) 17.46 km/hr c) 13.56 km/hr d) 14.86 km/hr
kajal rides his scooter 14km at an average speed of 16 km/hr and again travels 16km at an average speed of 14 km/hr. What is her average speed for the entire trip approximately? a) 15.36 km/hr b) 17.46 km/hr c) 13.56 km/hr d) 14.86 km/hr
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D Total distance travelled =14+16=30Km Time taken to travel 14 km at an average speed of 16 km/hr =14/16=7/8 Hr Time taken to travel 16 km at an average speed of 14 km/hr =16/14=8/7 hr Total time taken = ... /Total time taken =30/(7/8+8/7) =30/(113/56) =30*56/113=1680/113 =14.86 km/hr
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In a 2280 m race Dinesh beats Aarav by 360 m or 6 seconds. In another race on the same track at the same speeds. Aarav and karthick start at one end while Dinesh starts at the opposite end. How many metres would Aarav have covered ,by the time Dinesh meets karthick given that Dinesh speed is 16 m/sec more than that of karthick a) 1140 m b) 2280 m c) 2460 m d) 1180 m
In a 2280 m race Dinesh beats Aarav by 360 m or 6 seconds. In another race on the same track at the same speeds. Aarav and karthick start at one end while Dinesh starts at the opposite end. How many metres would Aarav have covered ,by the time Dinesh meets karthick given that Dinesh speed is 16 m/sec more than that of karthick a) 1140 m b) 2280 m c) 2460 m d) 1180 m
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B Aarav 's speed =360/6 =60 m/s Time taken by Aarav to cover 2280 m =2280/60= 38 seconds Dinesh 's speed = 2280/60=38 m/s karthick 's speed = 22m/s Time taken by Dinesh to meet karthick in ... direction: Distance covered by Aarav: =2280/(38+22) =2280/60 =38 seconds =(38*60)m =2280 m
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