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Problems on Times and Distance

Q1. A man is walking at a speed of 10 km/hr. After every kilometer, he takes rest for 4 minutes. How much time will he take to cover a distance of 10 km ?
(a) 96 minutes
(b) 100 minutes
(c) 60 minutes
(d) 90 minutes

Q2. A car completes a journey in 11 hours, the first half at 30 km/hr and the second half at 25 km/hr. Find the distance travelled ?
(a) 250 km
(b) 375 km
(c) 300 km
(d) 400 km

Q3. A car moves at the speed of 72 km/hr. What is the speed of the bus in metres per second ?
(a) 15 metre/sec
(b) 18 metre/sec
(c) 20 metre/sec
(d) 26 metre/sec

Q4. A car moving at the speed of 36 km/hr crosses a bridge in 5 minutes. What is the length of the bridge in metres ?
(a) 2000 metres
(b) 3000 metres
(c) 3500 metres
(d) 4500 metres

Q5. If a person walks at 14 km/hr instead of 10 km/hr, he would have walked 20 km more. The actual distance travelled by him is
(a) 30 Km
(b) 45 Km
(c) 50 Km
(d) 60 Km



Q6. A car starts a journey of 290 km with the speed of 50 km/hr. After every two hours the speed of the car increase by 10 km/hr. So how much time will it take to cover the distance
(a) 2 hr 10 min
(b) 4 hr
(c) 4 hr 45 min
(d) 5 hr

Q7. A is twice as fast as B and B is thrice as fast as C. The journey covered by C in 42 minutes will be covered by A in
(a) 7 minutes
(b) 14 minutes
(c) 16 minutes
(d) 20 minutes

Q8. A man performs 4/15 of the total journey by rail, 9/20 by bus and the remaining 5 km by walking. His total journey is
(a) 16 km
(b) 17.647 km
(c) 17.476 km
(d) 17.764 km

Q9. The speeds of three cars are in the ratio 2 : 3 : 5. The ratio of the times taken by these cars to travel the same distance is
(a) 2 : 3 : 5
(b) 3 : 2 : 5
(c) 4 : 6 : 10
(d) 15 : 10 : 6

Q10. A police is 108 m behind a thief. The police runs 21 m and the thief run 15 m in a minute. In what time will the police catch the thief
(a) 12 minute
(b) 16 minute
(c) 18 minute
(d) 20 minute



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