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A train is targated to run from Delhi to Pune at an average speed of 80 kph but due to repairs of track looses 3 hrs in the first part of the journey. If then accelerates at a rate of 20 kph2 till the speed reaches 100 kph. Its speed is now maintained till the end of the journey. If the train now reaches station in time, find the distance (in km) from when it has started acceleration.





previously answered by akash goyal but anwer is not 2200 km it is 840 km

6 years ago


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Dear Nikhil

I think i have solved it correctly. please check your question if there is any thing missing or not. or give me the reference of book from where you have taken the question.


Akash Goyal

6 years ago

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