Mr. X, the President of a Club Arrived in a Meeting at 10 Minutes to 12:30 Hrs. Mr X Came Earlier by 20 Minutes than the Other Participating Members in the Meeting, Who Arrived Late by 30 Minutes. - Logical Reasoning

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Mr. X, the President of a club arrived in a meeting at 10 minutes to 12:30 hrs. Mr. X came earlier by 20 minutes than the other participating members in the meeting, who arrived late by 30 minutes. At what time was the meeting scheduled?

Options

  • 12: 20 hrs

  • 12: 10 hrs

  • 12: 50 hrs

  • 12: 40 hrs

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Solution

12: 10 hrs

Explanation:

Mr. X came at = 12:20

Other members came at = 12:40

Other members were late by = 30 minutes

So, meeting was scheduled at = 12 : 10 hr

Concept: Direction and Distance Test (Entrance Exam)
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