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1. A car travel 50 km in 10 minutes. In how much time will it cover 20 km?

## Solution:

Given that a car travels 50 km in 10 minutes.

Find the speed of the car.

Therefore, the distance = 50 km, the time = 10 minutes,

10 minutes = 10/60 hours = 1/6 hrs

We know that Speed = distance/time

Substitute the given value in the formula.

The speed = 50 km/ (1/6) hr

Speed = 50 × 6 km/hr

Speed = 300 km/hr

Now, you know the speed of the car.

If the car covers 20 km, then the time = distance/speed

Time = 20 km/300 km/hr

Time = 1/5 hr

Since 1 hour = 60 minutes

The time = (1/5) × 60 minutes = 12 minutes.

The car takes 12 minutes to cover a distance of 20 Km.

2. Sam covers 240 km by car at a speed of 80 km/hr. Find the time taken to cover this distance?

## Solution:

Given that Sam covers 240 km by car at a speed of 80 km/hr.

Therefore, the distance = 240 km, the speed = 80 km/hr.

We know that Speed = distance/time.

Time = distance/speed

Time = 240 km/80 km/hr = 3 hours.

Sam takes 3 hours to cover the distance 240 km at a speed if 80 Km/hr.

3. A bus covers a distance of 72 km in 30 minutes. Find the time taken by it to cover the same distance if its speed is decreased by 18 km/hr?

## Solution:

Given that a bus covers a distance of 72 km in 30 minutes.

Therefore, the distance = 72 km, the time = 30 minutes,

30 minutes = 30/60 hours = 1/2 hours

We know that Speed = distance/time.

Substitute the given value in the formula.

Speed = 72 km/1/2 hours

Speed = 72 × 2 km/hours

The Speed = 144 km/hours

Speed = 144 km/hr

Reduced Speed = 144 km/hr – 18 km/hr = 126 km/hr

Time = distance/speed

The time = 72 km/126 km/hr

Time = 72/126 × 60 minutes

Time = 34.28 minutes (approximately).

The bus takes 34.28 minutes to cover the same distance if its speed is decreased by 18 km/hr.

4. A man is walking at a speed of 4 km per hour. After every km, he takes a rest for 2 minutes. How much time will it take to cover a distance of 6 km?

## Solution:

Given that a man is walking at a speed of 4 km per hour.

Firstly, find the rest time to find the total time taken.

Rest time = Number of rests × time of each rest

Rest time = 5 × 2 minutes

The Rest time = 10 minutes

Time = distance/speed

Time = 6 km/4 km per hour

The time = 3/2 × 60 minutes = 90 minutes

Total time to cover 6 km = 90 minutes + 10 minutes = 100 minutes.

The man takes 100 minutes to cover a distance of 6 km.

5. Raj drives a bike at a uniform speed of 120 km/hr; Find the time taken by him to cover 560 km?

## Solution:

Given that a car travels Raj drives a bike at a uniform speed of 120 km/hr and the distance = 560 km.

We know that Speed = distance/time

Substitute the given value in the formula.

The time = distance/speed

Time = 560 km/120 km/hr

Time = 14/3 hr

Since 1 hour = 60 minutes

The time = (14/3) × 60 minutes = 280 minutes.

Raj takes 280 minutes to cover a distance of 560 km.

6. The speed of sound in air is 165 m/sec. How long will the sound take to travel 99 km?

## Solution:

Given that the speed of sound in air is 165 m/sec.

Convert speed into km/hr

m/sec × 18/5 = km/hr

165 m/sec × 18/5 = 594 km/hr

Given distance = 99 km

Time = distance/speed

Time = 99 km/ 594 km/hr

Time = 99/594 km/hr

The time = (99/594) × 60 minutes = 10 minutes.

Therefore, Sound takes 10 minutes to travel 99 km.

7. Ram walks 4 km in 60 minutes. How much time will he take to cover 800 m?

## Solution:

Given that Ram walks 4 km in 60 minutes.

Firstly, find the speed.

Speed = distance/time

60 minutes = 1 hr

the distance = 4 km, the time = 1 hr

Speed = 4 km/hr.

Convert speed into m/sec

km/hr × 5/18 = m/sec

Speed = 4 km/hr × 5/18 = 20/18 m/sec.

Now, find the time that covers 800 m.

Time = Distance/Speed

Time = 800 m/20/18 m/sec.

The Time = 800 × 18/20 sec

Time = 720 sec = 720 × 60 minutes = 43200 minutes.

Ram takes 43200 minutes to cover 800m.

8. Arun cycle and covers a certain distance at the rate of 3 km/hr in 1 1/2 hours. How much time will be taken by him if he covers the same distance by scooter at the rate of 20 km/hr?

## Solution:

Given that Arun cycle and covers a certain distance at the rate of 3 km/hr in 1 1/2 hours.

Speed = 3 km/hr, Time = 1 1/2 hours = 3/2 hours

Distance = Speed × Time

The distance = 3 km/hr × 3/2 hours = 9/2 km

If he covers the same distance by scooter at the rate of 20 km/hr,

Time = distance/speed

The time = (9/2 km)/20 km/hr = 9/40 hr

Time = 9/40 hr × 60 = 13.5 minutes.

The man takes 13.5 minutes to cover the same distance using a scooter at the rate of 20 km/hr.

9. A man is walking at a speed of 24 km/hr after every km, he takes rest for 2 minutes. How much time will it take to cover a distance of 8 km?

## Solution:

Given that a man is walking at a speed of 24 km per hour.

Firstly, find the rest time to find the total time taken.

Rest time = Number of rests × time of each rest

Rest time = 7 × 2 minutes

The Rest time = 14 minutes

The time to cover 8 km is

Time = distance/speed.

Time = 8 km/24 km per hour

The time = 1/3 × 60 minutes = 20 minutes

Total time to cover 8 km = 20 minutes + 14 minutes = 34 minutes.

Therefore, the man takes 34 minutes to cover a distance of 8 Km.

10. A bike covers a distance of 15 km in 6 minutes. Find the time taken by it to cover the same distance if its speed is increased by 5 km/hr.

## Solution:

Given that a bike covers a distance of 15 km in 6 minutes.

the distance = 15 km, the time = 6 minutes = 6/60 = 1/10 hr

Calculate the speed.

We know that Speed = distance/time.

Speed = 15 km/ (1/10 hr)

The speed = 15 km × 10 hr = 150 km/hr

If the speed is increased by 5 km/hr, 150 km/hr + 5 km/hr = 155 km/hr

Time = Distance/Speed

The time = 15 km/ 155 km/hr

Time = 15/155 × 60 minutes

Time = 5.80 minutes (approximately)

11. A bus is running at 28 km/hr. What time will it take to cover 280 meters?

## Solution:

Given that a bus is running at 28 km/hr.

Speed = 28 km/hr

Distance = 280 meters

Convert Speed into m/sec

km/hr × (5/18) = m/sec

28 km/hr × (5/18) = 140/18 m/sec

Speed = 140/18 m/sec

Time = Distance/Speed

The time = 280 meters/ (140/18 m/sec)

Time = 280 × 18/140 sec

Time = 36 sec

The time taken to cover 280 meters = 36 × 60 minutes = 2160 minutes.