• 664 m/s
• 634 km/s
• 332 m/s
• 334 km/s

• 47 km/hr
• 40 km/hr
• 56 km/hr
• 48 km/hr

• 20 km/h
• 23.2 km/h
• 21.6 km/h
• 18.6 km/h

• 19 seconds
• 24 seconds
• 18 seconds
• 25 seconds

• 1 km/hr
• 2 km/hr
• 0.5 km/hr
• 1.3 km/hr

• 24 km/h
• 26 km/h
• 40 km/h
• 45 km/h
• #### 7.  A train moving at a rate of 36 km/hr crosses a standing man in 10 seconds. It will cross a platform 55 metres long, in:

• 6 seconds
• 7 seconds
• $$15\frac{1}{2}\;seconds$$
• $$5\frac{1}{2}\;seconds$$
• #### 8.  Two trains A and B are running 60 km/hr and 40 km/hr respectively in opposite directions. If train A completely passes a man sitting in the train B in 5 seconds, then the length of the train A is

• $$138\frac{8}{9}m$$
• 138 m
• $$137\frac{8}{9}m$$
• None of these

• 560 Km
• 506 Km
• 560 m
• 650 m

• 15 km/hr
• 18 km/hr
• 20 km/hr
• 24 km/hr

• 16
• 8
• 10
• 9

• 648 km
• 810 km
• 432 km
• 540 km

• 35 m/sec
• 30 m/sec
• 15 m/sec
• 20 m/sec

• 45 km
• 32 km
• 35 km
• 30 km

• 3 : 4
• 4 : 3
• 3 : 5
• 50 : 3

• 23 km/hr
• 11 km/hr
• 2 km/hr
• 22 km/hr

• 3
• 4
• 5
• 6

• 8.2 sec
• 7.8 sec
• 8 sec
• 7.2 sec

• 25 min
• 40 min
• 35 min
• 30 min

• 1
• 2
• 3
• 9

• 10
• 12
• 15
• 20

• 31.33 km
• 105.33 km
• 296.33 km
• 407.33 km

• 8
• 9
• 10
• 7

• 65 km/hr
• 68 km/hr
• 75 km/hr
• 70 km/hr

• 16 km
• 18 km
• 21 km
• 25 km

• 75 km/hr
• 77 km/hr
• 70 km/hr
• 69 km/hr

• 48 km/h
• 35 km/h
• 24 km/h
• 50 km/h

• 500 m
• 450 m
• 180 m
• 600 m
• #### 29.  Mr. and Mrs. X, 72 miles apart from each other, start travelling towards each other at the same time. If Mr. X covers 5 miles/hour to Mrs. X’s 4 mile/hour, how far will Mrs. X have travelled when they meet?

• 27 miles
• 36 miles
• 45 miles
• None of these

• 5 sec
• 6 sec
• 7 sec
• 10 sec
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