Two stations L and M are 180 km apart from each other. A train leaves from L to M and simultaneously another train leaves from M to L. Both trains meet after 9 hours. If the speed of the first train is 10 km/hr more than the second train, then what is the speed (in km/hr) of the slower train?
X and Y are two stations which are 280 km apart. A train starts at a certain time from X and travels towards Y at 60 km/h. After 2 hours, another train starts from Y and travels towards X at 20 km/h. After how many hours does the train leaving from X meets the train which left from Y?
A train travelling at constant speed crosses two persons walking in the same direction in 8 seconds and 8.4 seconds respectively. The first person was walking at the speed of 4.5 km/hr while the second was walking at the speed of 6 km/hr. What was the speed of the train in km/hr?
Train X travelling at 60 km/h overtakes another train Y, 225 m long, and completely passes it in 72 seconds. If the trains had been going in opposite directions, they would have passed each other in 18 seconds. The length (in m) of X and the speed (in km/h) of Y are, respectively:
A train travelling at constant speed crosses two persons walking in the same direction in 4 seconds and 4.2 seconds, respectively. The first person was walking at the speed of 4.5 kmph while the second was walking at the speed of 6 kmph. What was the speed of the train in kmph?