Numerical Ability-Time, Speed and Distance (CSIR (Council of Scientific & Industrial Research) Part A Aptitude): Questions 25 - 29 of 45

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Question number: 25

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A goods train runs at the speed of and crosses a long platform in . What is the length of the good train?

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Question number: 26

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A car running at takes one hour to cover a distance. If the speed is reduced by then in how much time it will cover the distance?

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Question number: 27

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There is a train of length , in which a man is standing at the rear end. At the instant the rear end crosses a stationary observer on a platform, the man starts walking from the rear to the front and the front to the rear of the train at a constant speed of . The speed of the train is . What is the distance of the man from the observer at the end of ?

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Question number: 28

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If a person walks at instead of , he would have walked more. The actual distance travel by him is:

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Question number: 29

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train can travel faster than a car. Both start from point at the same time and reach point kms away from at the same time. On the way, however, the train lost about minutes while stopping at the stations. The speed of the car is:

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