TIME & DISTANCE-HOW TO SERIES
Hi Bankersdaily Aspirants,
How do you do?Is there anybody with Exam Fever?Actually I think NO because we had Started our Preparation before Official Announcement of the Exam.I think All were eagerly waiting for the exam Isn’t it?.Friends IBPS RRB Prelims Exam will be quite easy & you can score well believe in yourself & be ready to write the exam.
Friends today we are going to discuss some of the important Questions which might ask in IBPS Exam & today I came with interesting topic TIME & DISTANCE.Friends Y I say this topic is important means they can trick you easily.But be cool it can be solved if we know the Relationship between the important Terms Time,Speed & Distance.Before looking into the Problem.Let us have a glance on the basic’s of Time & Distance.
1)Akash,Vikash & Vinesh are the three friends left City A and move to City B with equal intervals of time between them starting from Akash.And they reach City B simultaneously and again move to City C which is 300 km from City B.Vikash reach City C before an hour Akash reach the City C.Vinesh reaches City C & immediately travel to City B and meets Akash 100km away from City C.Find the Speed of Akash?
Friends don’t Panic by just seeing the length of the Question this Problem is quite big but can be solved by just knowing Relationship between Time,Speed & Distance.Nothing more is needed to solve these kinds of Problem.
Finding Relationship Between Akash & Vinesh
Finding Relationship between Akash & Vikash
Finding the Value Of Akash:
Friends this Problem is quite bigger and these type of Problem can be solved if we know to find the Relationship between them.
As per given in the question
When Akash Travels 200 Km Vinesh Travels 400 Km From this we can Say Vinesh is 2(Akash)
Then it is Given that they start with equal intervals of time,
From the Above Step we will be Substitute the Value of Vinesh in terms of Akash
We have Solved this And Found that Sv=4Sa/3(only this Part is Calculative)
After the next Part is Quite easy ,
To find the Value of Sa,
Distance given in the question/Sa=Difference in Time between 2 Persons
Then we will find the Sa Value from which we can find Sv & Svi