There are two or three questions on Time and Distance in any of the competitive exams. Math is a compulsory part of any of the exams by SSC/IBPS/States’ Boards and Commissions. So here is one practice set for Time and Distance Questions/Sums. Hope this exercise shall help you in understanding the concept of Time and Distance Questions.
First of all learn some important formulae –
How to get Speed ?
Speed – Distance/time
Time Formulae –
Time – Distance/Speed
Distance – Speed * Time
Now get ready to do some Practice set on Time and Distance –
Q. 1 A man walking with a speed of 5 km/hr reaches his target 5 minutes late. If he walks at a speed of 6 km/hr, he reaches on time. Find the distance of his target from his house.
Q. 2. A motor car completes a journey in 10 hours, the first half at 21 km/hr and the second half at 24 km/hr. Find the distance .
Q. 3. Walking 3/4 of her usual speed, a woman is 10 minute late to her office. Find her usual time to cover the distance.
Q. 4. A man traveling 25 km an hour leaves Chandigarh at 9 a.m. and another train traveling 35 km an hour starts at 2 p.m. in the same direction. How many kms from Chandigarh will they be together ?
Q. 5. A monkey tries to ascend a greased pole 14 m high. It ascends 2 m in first minute and slips down 1 m in the alternate minute. If it continues to ascend in this fashion, how long does it take to reach the top ?
Q. 6. A carriage driving in a fog passed a boy who was walking at the rate of 3 km an hour in the same direction. He could see the carriage for 4 minutes and it was visible to him up to a distance of 100 m. What was the speed of the carriage ?
Q. 7. Two guns were fired from the same place at an interval of 13 minutes but a person in a train approaching the place hears the second report 12 minutes 30 seconds after the first. Find the speed of the train, supposing that sound travels at 330 m/second.
Answers – 1. 2.5 km 2. 224 km 3. 30 Minutes 4. 437 1/2 km 5. It will reach the top in the 26th Minute 6. 4 1/2 km per hour 7. 47 13/25 km
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