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Q: A thief goes away with a MARUTHI car at a speed of 40 kmph. The theft has been discovered after half an hour and the owner sets off in a bike at 50 kmph when will the owner over take the thief from the start ?

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Time and Distance Questions & Answers for AIEEE,Bank Exams,CAT,GATE, Bank Clerk,Bank PO : A thief goes away with a MARUTHI car at a speed of 40 kmph. The theft has been discovered after half an hour and the owner sets off in a bike at

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A thief goes away with a MARUTHI car at a speed of 40 kmph. The theft has been discovered after half an hour and the owner sets off in a bike at 50 kmph when will the owner over take the thief from the start ?

A) 2 hrs 10 min B) 2 hrs

C) 2 hrs 5 min D) 2 hrs 30 min

Answer: B) 2 hrs Explanation:

|-----------20--------------------|

50 40

Difference = 20kms

Relative Speed = 50 – 40 = 10 kmph

Time = 20/10 = 2 hours.

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