# Time Speed and distance QUESTIONS

Exam Name | Time Speed and distance QUESTIONS |
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Description | Time Speed and distance QUESTIONS and Answers exams contains the questions from various competitive exams.These questions are the part of previous year paper.These kind of questions would be helpful in preparing for exams like IAS, PCS, UPSC, NDA, CDS SSC, RRB, PSC, IBPS |

Exam Type | MASTER EXAM |

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creator | Anirudh(39276) |

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**A clock loses 2 minutes in an hour and another clock gains 2 minutes in every 2 hours. Both these clocks are set correctly at a certain time on Sunday and both the clocks stop simulatneously on the next day with the time shown being 9 am and 10:06 am. What is the correct time at which they stopped?**Answer:

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**Ramu purchased a second hand Swiss watch which is very costly. In this watch the minute-hand and hour hand coincide after every 653/11 minutes. How much time does the watch lose or gain per day?**Answer:

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**My watch was 8 minutes behind at 8 pm on Sunday but within a week at 8 pm on Wednesday it was 7 minutes ahead of time. During this period at which time this watch has shown the correct tiem:**Answer:

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**Out of the following four choices which does not show the coinciding of the hour hand and minute- hand:**Answer:

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**Kumbhakarna starts sleeping between 1 am and 2 am and he wakes up when his watch shown such a time that the two hands(i.e. hour-hand and minute-hand) interchange the respective places. He wakes up between 2 am and 3 am on the same night. How long does he sleep?**Answer:

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**Arun took part in a triathon, an athletic event. He had to swim, run and bicycle to 10 km. 24 km and 30 km, respectively and return the same way Arun’s average speed for the triathelon is 4 km/h. He took a total of 4 min for swimming and 20 min for bicycling in the triathelon.**

His speed of running is:

His speed of running is:

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**Arun took part in a triathon, an athletic event. He had to swim, run and bicycle to 10 km. 24 km and 30 km, respectively and return the same way Arun’s average speed for the triathelon is 4 km/h. He took a total of 4 min for swimming and 20 min for bicycling in the triathelon.**

2- He finishes race in:

2- He finishes race in:

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**Arun took part in a triathon, an athletic event. He had to swim, run and bicycle to 10 km. 24 km and 30 km, respectively and return the same way Arun’s average speed for the triathelon is 4 km/h. He took a total of 4 min for swimming and 20 min for bicycling in the triathelon.**

How much time he took while returuning for the bicycle if the time taken for the return of each phase (i.e. each event ) is 50% greater than that of taken initially:

How much time he took while returuning for the bicycle if the time taken for the return of each phase (i.e. each event ) is 50% greater than that of taken initially:

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**A, B and C startrunning a race from the same point P in the same direction A runs around a path which is an aquilateral triangle PQX and B runs around a sqauare path PQYZ and C runs on the regular hexagonal path PQRSTU. Where the one side PQ of each path is common.**

If all of them complete one equal round at the same time then which of the following is true?

If all of them complete one equal round at the same time then which of the following is true?

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**A, B and C startrunning a race from the same point P in the same direction A runs around a path which is an aquilateral triangle PQX and B runs around a sqauare path PQYZ and C runs on the regular hexagonal path PQRSTU. Where the one side PQ of each path is common.**

If each of them run at a same constant speed, what is the maximum number of rounds anyone of them would have completed when they meet for the first time?

If each of them run at a same constant speed, what is the maximum number of rounds anyone of them would have completed when they meet for the first time?

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**City X and City Y are conneted to a straight road. A and B start moving simultaneously toward each other. After travelling some distance. B takes a 60° turn to his left. Two hours later after B turns, A takes a 60° turn to his right. A travels 60 km after turning before he meets B. A and B meet 10 hours after they start their journey . A and B together travel 200 km before turning and they arrive at the meeting point simultaneously.**

How many hours after turning does A does B ?

How many hours after turning does A does B ?

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**City X and City Y are conneted to a straight road. A and B start moving simultaneously toward each other. After travelling some distance. B takes a 60° turn to his left. Two hours later after B turns, A takes a 60° turn to his right. A travels 60 km after turning before he meets B. A and B meet 10 hours after they start their journey . A and B together travel 200 km before turning and they arrive at the meeting point simultaneously.**

7- What distance does A travel before turning 60 degree to his right?

7- What distance does A travel before turning 60 degree to his right?

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**City X and City Y are conneted to a straight road. A and B start moving simultaneously toward each other. After travelling some distance. B takes a 60° turn to his left. Two hours later after B turns, A takes a 60° turn to his right. A travels 60 km after turning before he meets B. A and B meet 10 hours after they start their journey . A and B together travel 200 km before turning and they arrive at the meeting point simultaneously.**

If A and B had not turned, after how many hours would they have met?

If A and B had not turned, after how many hours would they have met?

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**City X and City Y are conneted to a straight road. A and B start moving simultaneously toward each other. After travelling some distance. B takes a 60° turn to his left. Two hours later after B turns, A takes a 60° turn to his right. A travels 60 km after turning before he meets B. A and B meet 10 hours after they start their journey . A and B together travel 200 km before turning and they arrive at the meeting point simultaneously.**

If A and B had not turned, after how many hours would they have met?

If A and B had not turned, after how many hours would they have met?

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**City X and City Y are conneted to a straight road. A and B start moving simultaneously toward each other. After travelling some distance. B takes a 60° turn to his left. Two hours later after B turns, A takes a 60° turn to his right. A travels 60 km after turning before he meets B. A and B meet 10 hours after they start their journey . A and B together travel 200 km before turning and they arrive at the meeting point simultaneously.**

What is B’s speed?What is B’s speed?

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**Chetak and Ashwa, two horses start galloping from Patan to Ranchi which are 80 km apart. The speed of Chetak is 160 km/h and that of Ashwa is 150 km/h They start galloping simultaneously, from Patan to Ranchi. Chetak reached to Ranchi and returned to patan but Ashwa returned from Jamshedpur (which is somewhere between Patan and Ranchi) to Patna at the same time. What is the ratio of distances between Patna and Jamshedpur and Jamshedpur and Ranchi?**

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**Between 6 pm and 7 pm the minute hand of a clock will be ahead of the hour hand by 3 minutes at ?**
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**between 6 pm and 7 pm the minute hand of a clock will be ahead of the hour hand by 3 minutes at ?**
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**Between 6 pm and 7 pm the minute hand of a clock will be ahead of the hour hand by 3 minutes at ?**Answer:

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**Thugalak nama was written by**Answer: