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A Train Travels a Distance of 300 Km with an Average Speed of 60 Km H_1. How Much Time Does It Take to Cover the Distance? - Physics

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A train travels a distance of 300 km with an average speed of 60 km h_1. How much time does it take to cover the distance?

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Solution

Speed = `60 "km" "h"^-1`

Distance covered = 300 km

∴ Speed = `"Distance covered"/" Time taken"`

∴ Time taken = `"Distance covered"/" speed"`

                       = `(300 "km")/(60 "km"  "h" ^-1)`= 5h

Concept: Types of Motion Based on Speed
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Selina Concise Physics Class 7 ICSE
Chapter 2 Motion
Numericals | Q 2
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