Time and Distance Questions for IBPS PO and SSC CGL

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Quantitative Aptitude Quiz : Time and Distance Questions for IBPS PO and SSC CGL

Time and Distance Questions for Banking and All Sarkari Examinations. 

Time and Distance Questions for IBPS PO and SSC CGL

Basic Concepts :

1) When two bodies are moving around a circular track/ straight line track,
The relative motion of two bodies moving around in the same direction is taken as
= S1 – S2
Also, when bodies are moving in opposite direction, then relative speed
= S1 + S2

2) Trains are special case in the concept of speed, time and distance. The basic relation is same as,
Speed * time= distance.

a) When a train is crossing a moving object, the speed has to be taken as relative speed of the train with respect to the object.

b) The distance to be covered while crossing an object whenever a train crosses an object will be equal to
Length of train + Length of the object

c) Time taken by the train to cross a pole, man etc. by a train,
= Length of train /Speed of train.

3) A monkey or man tries to climb a pole ‘x’ m high. In ‘t’ time he climbs ‘y’ m but slips down ‘z’ m. How much time will be required by him to reach the top?

Reqd. time = [(ht. of pole – slipped distance)/(climbed distance – slipped distance)]*t
= [(x-z)/(y-z)]*t

4) Suppose a car goes from A to B at an average speed S1 and then comes back from B to A an average speed of S2. If you have to find the average speed of the whole journey, then average speed is given by,
Average speed = 2S1 *S2/ (S1 +S2)
Average speed= 2* products of speeds/ sum of speeds.

From this section at least 2-3 questions will come for banking/ all sarkari exams.

Time and Distance Questions and Quiz:

 

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QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE FREE QUIZES

  • Sahil

    6/10

    • AMIT CHAUDHARY

      Nice score Sahil
      Give other quizzes as well

  • Pranab Boro

    Sir please kindly solved

    Q.1. A sells an item to B at a loss of 20% and B
    sell it to C at a loss of 25%. If C Rs. 6000 than what is the
    original price?

    Q.2. The population of a city is 300000. Out of these there are
    180000 males. 50% population are literate. If 70% males are literate, what is
    the number of literate females?

    Q.3. Amit’s annual income is Rs. 3500. He pays no income tax on
    allowances. On the remainder he pays Rs. 256 as income tax at 4%. What amount
    does he get as allowances?

    • AMIT CHAUDHARY

      Q.1. A sells an item to B at a loss of 20% and B sell it to C at a loss of 25%. If C Rs. 6000 than what is the original price?

      Let original price be P

      P x 0.8 x 0.75 = 6000

      P = 10000 Rs

      Q.2. The population of a city is 300000. Out of these there are 180000 males. 50% population are literate. If 70% males are literate, what is the number of literate females?

      Total population = 300000
      Total males = 180000
      Total females = 300000 – 180000 = 120000

      Total literate = 50 % of 300000 = 150000
      Male literate = 70 % of 180000 = 126000
      Female literate = 150000 -126000 = 24000

      Illiterate female = 120000 – 24000 = 96000

      Q.3. Amit’s annual income is Rs. 3500. He pays no income tax on allowances. On the remainder he pays Rs. 256 as income tax at 4%. What amount does he get as allowances?

      Let Remainder be R

      Tax = 4 % of Remainder = 0.04 x R = 256

      R = 6400

      From here, questions is not framed correctly. So answer can’t be justified

  • Shivam Singh

    8/10

    I was not able to solve 10th question quickly but i saw your method..
    Your method is very effective. Thanks.