# 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 person P is at X and another person Q is at Y. The distance between X and Y is 100 km. The speed of P is 20 km/h. While the speed of Q is 60 km/h?**

If P and Q continue to move between X and Y, then the distance covered by P and Q together between any two consecutive meeting?If P and Q continue to move between X and Y, then the distance covered by P and Q together between any two consecutive meeting?

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**A persons P starts his journey from A and another person Q starts his journey from B towards each other. The speeds of P and Q are 16 km/h and 25 km/h respectively and they meet at point M somewhere between A and B when they start their journey simultaneously.**

What is the ratio of time taken by P and Q to reach at M?What is the ratio of time taken by P and Q to reach at M?

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**A persons P starts his journey from A and another person Q starts his journey from B towards each other. The speeds of P and Q are 16 km/h and 25 km/h respectively and they meet at point M somewhere between A and B when they start their journey simultaneously.**

What is the ratio of time taken by P and Q to reach B and A respectively?What is the ratio of time taken by P and Q to reach B and A respectively?

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**A persons P starts his journey from A and another person Q starts his journey from B towards each other. The speeds of P and Q are 16 km/h and 25 km/h respectively and they meet at point M somewhere between A and B when they start their journey simultaneously.**

What is the ratio of time taken by P and Q after meeting each other at M to reach B and A respectively?What is the ratio of time taken by P and Q after meeting each other at M to reach B and A respectively?

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**The speeds of Vimal and Kamal are 30 km/h and 40 km/h. initially Kamal is at a place L and Vimal is at a place M. The distance between L and M is 650 km. Vimal started his journey 3 hours earlier than Kamal to meet each other. If they meet each other at a place P somewhere between L and M, then the distance between P and M is:**Answer:

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**A persons P starts his journey from A and another person Q starts his journey from B towards each other. The speeds of P and Q are 16 km/h and 25 km/h respectively and they meet at point M somewhere between A and B when they start their journey simultaneously.**

What is the ratio of time taken by P and Q after meeting each other at M to reach B and A respectively?What is the ratio of time taken by P and Q after meeting each other at M to reach B and A respectively?

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**There are two places X and Y, 200 km apart from each other. Initially two persons P and Q both are at ‘X’. The speed of P is 20 km/h and speed of Q is 30 km/h. Later on they starts to move to and fro between Xand Y.**

If they starts to move between X and Y, then for the first time when they will meet each other?If they starts to move between X and Y, then for the first time when they will meet each other?

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**There are two places X and Y, 200 km apart from each other. Initially two persons P and Q both are at ‘X’. The speed of P is 20 km/h and speed of Q is 30 km/h. Later on they starts to move to and fro between Xand Y.**

If they meet first time at a point M somewhere between X and Y, then what is the distance travelled by P?If they meet first time at a point M somewhere between X and Y, then what is the distance travelled by P?

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**There are two places X and Y, 200 km apart from each other. Initially two persons P and Q both are at ‘X’. The speed of P is 20 km/h and speed of Q is 30 km/h. Later on they starts to move to and fro between Xand Y.**

If they meet second time each other at a point N somewhere between X and Y, then the distance travelled by Q is:If they meet second time each other at a point N somewhere between X and Y, then the distance travelled by Q is:

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**There are two places X and Y, 200 km apart from each other. Initially two persons P and Q both are at ‘X’. The speed of P is 20 km/h and speed of Q is 30 km/h. Later on they starts to move to and fro between Xand Y.**

If they meet third time each other at a point C, somewhere between X and Y, then the ratio of distances CX and CY is :If they meet third time each other at a point C, somewhere between X and Y, then the ratio of distances CX and CY is :

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**There are two places X and Y, 200 km apart from each other. Initially two persons P and Q both are at ‘X’. The speed of P is 20 km/h and speed of Q is 30 km/h. Later on they starts to move to and fro between Xand Y.**

If they meet fourth time each other at a point D somewhere between X and Y, then what is the distance between D and X ?If they meet fourth time each other at a point D somewhere between X and Y, then what is the distance between D and X ?

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**There are two places X and Y, 200 km apart from each other. Initially two persons P and Q both are at ‘X’. The speed of P is 20 km/h and speed of Q is 30 km/h. Later on they starts to move to and fro between Xand Y.**

After starting their race, they meet each other for the nth time at point X,then what is the minimum possible value of n?After starting their race, they meet each other for the nth time at point X,then what is the minimum possible value of n?

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**A person X started 3 hours earlier at 40 km/h from a place P, then another person Y followed him at 60 km/h. started his journey at 3 O’clock afternoon.**

At what time will they meet to each other (or at what time Y will overtake X)?At what time will they meet to each other (or at what time Y will overtake X)?

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**A person X started 3 hours earlier at 40 km/h from a place P, then another person Y followed him at 60 km/h. started his journey at 3 O’clock afternoon.**

At what time the difference between X and Y was 30 km, but before Y overtakes X?At what time the difference between X and Y was 30 km, but before Y overtakes X?

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**A person X started 3 hours earlier at 40 km/h from a place P, then another person Y followed him at 60 km/h. started his journey at 3 O’clock afternoon.**

At what time Y will be 30 km ahead of X, after overtaking it?At what time Y will be 30 km ahead of X, after overtaking it?

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**A person X started 3 hours earlier at 40 km/h from a place P, then another person Y followed him at 60 km/h. started his journey at 3 O’clock afternoon.**

What is the distance travelled by Y to overtake X?What is the distance travelled by Y to overtake X?

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**A person X started 3 hours earlier at 40 km/h from a place P, then another person Y followed him at 60 km/h. started his journey at 3 O’clock afternoon.**

What distance should Y cover so that he may reach 360 km ahead of X?What distance should Y cover so that he may reach 360 km ahead of X?

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**A person X started 3 hours earlier at 40 km/h from a place P, then another person Y followed him at 60 km/h. started his journey at 3 O’clock afternoon.**

What is difference in time when X was 30 km ahead of Y and when Y was 30 km ahead of X?What is difference in time when X was 30 km ahead of Y and when Y was 30 km ahead of X?

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**A postman goes with a speed of 36 km/h what is the speed of postman in m/s?**Answer:

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**A train goes with a speed of 20 m/s. What is the speed of train in km/h?**Answer: