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Trains Formulae: i) If a train of length lmetres moving with a speed of Smps passes a pole or tower or tree in t seconds, then t =

l S

l = St

ii)If a train of length of l- meters moving with a speed of "S" - mps passes a bridge or

l + p

t=

l (S S M )

t= l1 + l2 ( S1 S 2 )

Use (+) sign if the two trains move in opposite direction and () sign if the two trains move in the same direction. Boats & Streams Theory: The speed at which the boat moves in still water is called the speed of the boat in still water (x). If there is movement for water then it is called a stream. The rate at which water flows is called rate of stream or rate of flow (y). If the boat moves against a stream then the boat will be moving towards the upstream and rate at which it is moving then, is called upstream (U) = x y If the boat moves with the stream then the boat will be moving towards the downstream

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iv) Two trains of lengths l1 and l2 moving with respective speeds of S1 and S2 cross each

Use (+) sign if the train and the man move in opposite direction and () sign if the man

iii) If a train of length l-meters moving with a speed of Smps crosses a man moving with a speed of SM mps, then the time taken by the train is given by

t = S

(l + p) = S t

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1 (DU) 2

t (x 2 y 2 ) 2x

1 2

Some Formulae: v) If a boat travels a distance a k km and returns in a time of thours then k =

vi) If the boat travels a certain distance and returns back then the average speed for the whole journey is

(x 2 y 2 ) SA = xy

vii) If the time taken by a boat to travel a certain distance upstream is k-times the time taken by the boat to travel the same distance downstream then

PROBLEMS

A

2) 500

1. A train crosses a pole in 17 seconds. If the length of the train is 425 metres, what will 3) 83 4) 87 5) 80

l t 425 = 25 mps 17

2. A train 800 metre long is running at the speed of 78 kmph. If it crosses a tunnel in 1 minute, then the length of the tunnel (in metres) is? 1) 77200 Ans: 2 l= 800 m,

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K

3) 1300

x k +1 = y k 1

S

4) 13

H

5) None of these

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S =78x

5 65 = mps 18 3

l+P S

P = S t l =

65 3

60 800

= 1300 800 = 500 m 3. If the speed of the train be 80 kmph and it takes 6 seconds to pass a platform. Next it takes 5 seconds to pass a cyclist walking at the rate of 12 kmph in the same direction. 1) 38.56 metres 4) 45.56 metres Ans: 5 Cyclist: t = 5 sec, SR = 8012 kmph = 68

5 340 = mps, l = ? 18 18

2) 35.56 metres

5) None of these

Platform

l+P= P=

4. A man crosses a stationary train-A of 720 metres in 8 minutes. A woman crosses another stationery trainB in 2 minutes and 30 seconds. If the respective ratio between the speed of the man and that of the woman is 15:16, what is the length of train-B? 1) 260 metres 4) Cannot be determined 2) 360 metres 5) None of these

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S

18 9

t = 6, S = 80 5 = 200 l + P = ?

200 400 6 = 9 3

l 340 1700 t = S l t SR = 5 18 = 18 m R

K

3) 340 metres

H

3) 48.56 metres

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Ans: 5 l1and l2 be the lengths of Train-A and Train-B and SM and SW be the speeds of man and woman respectively. Man l1 = 720, t1 = 8 min = 480 sec,

1 = SM = t = 480 / 2 = 1.5 mps 1

720 /

Woman SW = ( Q SM : SW = 15 : 16)

5. TrainA crossed a stationary train in 39 seconds. It also cros sed a man standing on a the stationary train? 1) 460 metres 4) Cannot be determined Ans: 2 A.

l1 S1 =

2) 480 metres

19;

l2 = 20 456 = 20 24 = 480m 19

l1 + l2 S1

A

= 39

l1, l2 and be the length of Train-A and the stationary train and S1 be the speed of Train-

l1 S 19 l = 1 = 1 39 l1 + l2 l1 + l2 S1

K

5) None of these

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platform in 19 seconds. The length of the train-A is 456 metres. What is the length of 3) 490 metres

1.5 16 = 1.6 15

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6. Two trains, 80 metres and 120 metres long, are running at the speed of 25 kmph and 35 kmph respectively in the same direction on parallel tracks. How many seconds will they take to pass each other? 1) 48 Ans: 4 l1= 80, l2= 120, S1=25, S2 = 35 Trains are moving on the same direction t =

l1 + l2 (80 + 120) 18 200 18 = = S 2 S1 (45 35) 5 50

2) 64

3) 70

4) 72

5) None of these

hours. The speed of the stream (in km per hour) is? 1) 1 Ans: 2 Downstream Speed (D) Upstream speed (U) Speed of stream (y)

=

2) 1.5

3) 2

18 = 4.5 4

A

2

8. A man can row 30 km downstream and return in a total of 8 hours. If the speed of the boat in still water is four times the speed of the current, then the speed of the current is? 1) 1 km/hour Ans: 2

2) 2 km/hour

K

= 18 = 1.5 , y = ? 12

2

S

3) 4 km/hour 4) 3 km/hour 5) None of these y=2 3) 48 km 4) 95 km 5) None of these

8(x 2 y 2 ) 8(16y 2 y 2 ) 8 15y 2 = = = 15y 2x 8y 8y

9. A boat takes 8 hours for travelling downstream from A to B and coming back to A upstr eam. If the velocity of the stream is 3 kmph and the speed of the boat in still water is 8kmph, what is the distance between A and B? 1) 55 km Ans: 5

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2) 150 km

H

4) 1.75

7. A man rows a boat 18 kilometres in 4 hours downstream and re turns upstream in 12 5) None of these

= 72

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x = 8, y = 3,

D = x+ y = 8 + 3 = 11,

5k + 11k =8 55

U=xy=83=5

k k + =8 11 5

16k = 8 55

k = 27.5 km

10. A man swims downstream a distance of 15 km in 1 hour. If the speed of the current is 5 kmph, the time taken by the man to swim the same distance upstream is? 1) 1 hour 30 minutes 4) 3 hours Ans: 4 2) 45 minutes 5) None of these 3) 2 hours 30 minutes

tup= 15 = 3 hours

5

11. The current of a stream runs at the rate of 4 km an hour. A boat goes 6 km and comes back to the starting point in 2 hours. The speed of the boat in still water is? Ans: 2 y = 4, k = 6, t = 2 x2 6x 16 = 0

K

2(x 2 42 ) 6= 2x

1) 6 kmph

2) 8 kmph

S

3) 7.5 kmph 3) 8 kmph k=4

H

4) 6.8 kmph x=8 4) 12 kmph

D =

15 =15, y = 5 1

x = D y = 155 = 10

12. The rate at which a river flows is one-third the speed of a boat in still water. If that km short of its starting point. The speed (kmph) of the boat in still water is? 1) 4 kmph Ans: 4 Let the speed of boat in still water be 3k, then river flows at Downstream speed (D) = 3k + k = 4k Upstream speed (U) = 3k k = 2k Given that 24k 2 2k = 16 Speed of boat in still water = 3(4) = 12 kmph 2) 6 kmph 5) None of these

boat travels down the river for 2 hours and then back up river for 2 hours, it will be 16

(x 8) (x + 2) = 0

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I

U = x y = 105 = 5 5) None of these

1 (3k)=k 3

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