on a 60 km track a train travels the first 30km at a uniform speed of 30km/hr how fast must the train travel the next 30 km so as to the average speed 40km/hr sor the entire trip?

Asked by hebah mehereen | 26th May, 2012, 11:06: PM

Expert Answer:

Let the train must travel with a speed of x km . 

Average speed = Total distance travelled\Total time taken 
 
40 = 60/ x + 1
 
 
x + 1 = 1.5
 
c = 0.5 hr
 
Speed for the next 30 km = 30 /0.5 = 60 km/h

Answered by  | 29th May, 2012, 12:48: PM

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