A train left 1 hour later than the scheduled time but in order to reach its destination 200 km away in time, it had to increase its usual speed by 10 km/hr. What is the usual speed (in km/hr) of the train?
The distance between the two railway stations is 1176 km. To cover this distance, an express train takes 5 hours less than a passenger train while the average speed of the passenger train is 70 km/h less than that of the express train. The time taken by the passenger train to complete the travel is:
A train travels the distance between stations P and Q at a speed of 126 km/h, while in the opposite direction it comes back at 90 km/h. Another train travels the same distance at the average speed of the first train. The time taken by the second train to travel 525 km is:
Train ‘A’ runs at a speed of 80 kmph and leaves station ‘X’ at 11.00 a.m. Train ‘B’ leaves station ‘X’ at 11.15 a.m.in the same direction, on the same day . At what speed train ‘B’ should run in order to catch train ‘A’ at station ‘Y’ located at a distance of 60 km?