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    jagan went to another town covering 120 km by car moving at 60 kmph. then he covered 200km by train moving at 100 kmph and then rest 100 km he covered by a bus moving at 50 kmph. evaluate average speed during the whole journey?

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    Jagan went to another town such that he covered 240 km by a car going at 60 h

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    and the rest 200 km, he covered by a bus, going at 50 km h

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    . What was his average speed during the whole journey?

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    Jagan covered 240 km distance by a car at 60 km/h

    He travelled 80 km distance by train at 100 km/h

    He travelled 200 km distance by a bus at 50 km/h

    Hence,

    Total distance travelled by Jagan =240km+80km+200km

    =520km

    Now, total time taken by during whole journey is shown below

    Time taken by car =240km/60km/h

    =4 hours

    Time taken by a train =80km/100km/h

    =4/5 hours

    Time taken by bus =200km/50km/h

    =4 hours

    So, total time taken =4+4/5+4

    =(20+4+20)/5 We get, =44/5 hours Hence,

    Average speed = total distance / total time

    =520km/(44/5) hours =[(520×5)/44]km/h =(130×5)/11km/h =650/11km/h =59 11 1 ​ km/h

    Hence, the average speed during the whole journey is

    59 11 1 ​ km/h

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    Jagan went to another town covering 240 km by car moving at 60 kmph. Then he covered 400km by train moving at 100 kmph and then rest 200 km he covered by a bus moving at 50 kmph. The average speed during the whole journey was ?

    A) 36 kmph B) 35 kmph

    C) 72 kmph D) 70 kmph

    Answer:   D) 70 kmph

    Explanation:

    By car 240 km at 60 kmph

    Time taken = 240/60 = 4 hr.

    By train 240 km at 60 kmph

    Time taken = 400/100 = 4 hr.

    By bus 240 km at 60 kmph

    Time taken = 200/50 = 4 hr.

    So total time = 4 + 4 + 4 = 12 hr.

    and total speed = 240+400+200 = 840 km

    Average speed of the whole journey = 840/12 = 70 kmph.

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