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28. b; Hint: Time from Monday noon to 2 pm on following Monday = 7 days 2 hours = 170 hours

4⎞ ⎛ 34 The watch gains ⎜ 2 + 4 ⎟ or, min in 170 hours 5⎠ 5 ⎝

22. c; Hint: The hands of a clock point opposite to each other 11 times in every 12 hours (because between 5 and 7, at 6 O’clock only they point opposite to each other). 23. d; Hint: In 12 hours, they are at right angles 22 times (because two positions of 3 O’clock and 9 O’clock are common). Therefore, in a day they are at right angles for 44 times. 24. c; Hint: The hands coincide or are in opposite direction (22 + 22) ie 44 times in a day. 25. b; Hint: Time between the given interval = 180 hrs

4 54 The watch gains = 5 + 5 = min in 180 hrs 5 5

∴ it will gain 2 min in

hrs

= 50 hrs = 2 days 2 hrs. So, the watch is correct 2 days 2 hours after Monday noon ie, at 2 pm on Wednesday. 29. b; Hint: Time from 7 am to quarter past 4 = 9 hours 15 min = 555 min. Now,

37 min of this watch = 3 min of the correct watch. 12

**⎛ 3 × 12 ⎞ × 555 ⎟ min 555 min of this watch = ⎜ 37 ⎝ ⎠
**

⎛ 3 × 12 555 ⎞ × ⎟ hrs = 9 hrs of the correct watch. =⎜ 60 ⎠ ⎝ 37 Correct time is 9 hours after 7 am ie, 4 pm 30. d; Hint: The hands of a clock coincide 11 times in every 12 hours (because between 11 and 1, they coincide only once, at 12 O’clock). So, the hands coincide 22 times in a day. 31. d; Hint: The hands of a clock point towards each other 11 times in every 12 hours (because between 5 and 7, at 6 O’clock only they point towards each other). So, in a day the hands point towards each other 22 times. 32. c; Hint: The hands will be equidistant from the figure 5, (i) when they are coincident between 4 and 5 and (ii) when they are in the position shown in the diagram.

24 × 145 ××× 180 ⎛ 17035571 = 72 ×× 2 ⎞ 5 ⎟ ⎜ 71 34 ⎝ 654 ⎠

∴ 5 min is gained in

= 83 hrs 20 min

= 3 days 11 hrs 20 min ∴ it was correct at 20 min past 7 pm on wednesday. 26. b; Hint: Time from 8 am on a day to 1 pm on the following day is 29 hrs. Now, 24 hrs 10 min of this clock are the same as 24 hours of the correct clock. ie, hrs of this clock = 24 hrs of correct clock.

⎛ 24 × 6 ⎞ × 29 ⎟ hrs of correct clock. 29 hrs of this clock = ⎜ ⎝ 145 ⎠ = 28 hrs 48 min of correct clock. So, the correct time is 28 hrs 48 min after 8 am or 48 min past 12. 27. a; Hint: Time from 4 a.m. to 3 a.m. on 3rd day = 24 × 3 – 1 = 71 hrs. Now, 23 hrs 40 min of this clock = 24 hrs of correct clock.

2 71 or, 23 = hrs of this clock = 24 hrs of correct clock. 3 3

∴ 71 hrs of this clock =

hrs of correct

clock. Therefore, the correct time = 3 a.m. + (72 – 71) = 4 a.m.

A B For the 1st case the time would be 21 9/11min. past 4. In the second case suppose that the hour-hand is at A, and the minute-hand at B, so that A5 = 5B. Since the space between 4 and 5 is equal to the space between 5 and 6, ∴ 4A = 6B

Hence, 12B + 4A = 12B + 6B = 30 min That is, the two hands, between them have moved through a space of 30 minutes since 4 O’clock. But the minute hand moves 12 times as fast as the hour hand. Hence 12B =

∴ the required time is

min. min past 4.

**33. b; Hint: The minute-hand gains 60 minutes over the hourhand in
**

60 × 60 5 or 65 minutes. Therefore, the hands 55 11

5 minutes. 11 But the hands of the clock mentioned in the question coincide every 65 minutes. Hence in 65 minutes, the clock

of a correct clock coincide every 65

gains

5 min. 11 ∴ in 60 × 24 min or 24 hours it gains

min.

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