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If a man walks at the rate of 4 km/hr, he misses a
train by only 6 minutes. However, if he walks at the
rate of 5 km/hr, he reaches the station 6 minutes
before the arrival of the train. The distance covered
by him to reach the station is:

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Rajdhani Train running at a speed of 54 km/hr crosses a platform of length same as that of the train in 36 sec. If a Duronto train, which is 230 meters long crosses the same platform in 25 sec, then find speed of Duronto train (in km/hr)?

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Navjivan Express from Ahmedabad to Chennai leaves Ahmedabad at 6:30 am and travels at 50kmph towards Baroda situated 100 km away. At 7.00 am Howrah-Ahmedabad Express leaves Baroda towards Ahmedabad and travels at 40 kmph. At 7:30 am Mr. Shah, the traffic controller at Baroda realizes that both trains are running on the same track. How much time does he have to avert a head-on collision between the two trains?

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The distance between Ahmedabad and Baroda is 100 Km

Navjivan express starts at 6:30 am at 50 Km/hr and Howrah expresses starts at7:00 am at 40 Km/hr.

Distance covered by Navjivan express in 30 minutes (by 7 am) is 25 Km/hr.

So, at 7 am, the distance between the two trains is 75 Kms and they aretravelling towards each other a relative speed of 50+40=90 Km/hr.

So, time taken them to meet is 75/90*60 = 50 minutes.

As, Mr. Shah realizes the problem after thirty minutes, time left to avoid collision is 50-30 = 20 minutes

A train overtakes two persons who are walking in the same direction in which the train is going, at the rate of 2 kmph and 4 kmph and passes them completely in 9 and 10 seconds respectively. The length of the train is:

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