Numerical AbilityTime, Speed and Distance (CSIR (Council of Scientific & Industrial Research) Part A Aptitude): Questions 30  34 of 45
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Question number: 30
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John travelled from his town to city. John went to city by bicycle at the speed of and came back at the speed of . If John took and to complete his journey, what is the distance between town and city?
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Question number: 31
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A boatman rows to a place distance and back in . He finds that he can row with the stream in the same time as against the stream. Find the speed of the still water.
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Question number: 32
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In a flight of , an aircraft was slowed down due to bad weather. Its average speed for the trip was reduced by and the time of flight was increased by . The duration of the flight is:
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Question number: 33
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Ravi takes as much time in running as a car takes in covering . How much will be the distance covered by Ravi during the time the car covers 3 km?
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Question number: 34
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A man start his journey at local time to reach another country at local time on the same date. He starts return journey on the same night at local time to original place, taking the same time to travel back. If the time zone of his country of visit lags by , the duration for which the man was away from his place is:
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