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A train 100 m long, crosses a man standing nearby in 4 sec. Find its speed in km/hr.

Speed = distance / time

Speed = 100/4 = 25 m/sec

Answer options are given in km/hr. Convert m/sec into km/hr

25 m/sec = (25x3600)/1000 km/hr = 90 km/hr

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A train running at a speed of 90 km/hr crosses a tree in 6 sec. What is its length?

Distance = speed x time Speed = 90 km/hr = (90x1000)/3600 m/sSpeed = 25 m/sLength = Distance covered = 25 * 6 = 150 m

So Length of the train = 150 m

A train moves with a speed of 126 km/hr. Convert it to m/sec.

a km/hr = (a x 1000)/3600 m/sec

126 km/hr = (126*1000)/3600 m/sec

So 126 km/hr = 35 m/sec

A train 150 m long, running at a speed of 120 km/hr, will cross a pole on the way in how many seconds?

Time = Distance / SpeedSpeed = 120 km/hr = (120*1000)/3600 m/s Speed = (100/3) m/s

Time = 150/(100/3) = 4.5 sec