## Time Speed Distance

Here’s and example of a **SMART MATH** problem for **TIME SPEED DISTANCE.**

**Problem**

**Problem**

Mira rowed upstream in a stream flowing at the rate of 1.5 km/hr to a certain point and then rowed back stopping 2 kms short of the place where she originally started. If the rowing time was 2 hours 20 minutes and her uniform speed in still water was 4.5 km/hr, how far upstream did she go?

- 4.25 kms
- 5.33 kms
- 6.50 kms
- 7.00 kms
- 8.75 kms

Here’s and example of a **SMART MATH** problem for **TIME SPEED DISTANCE.**

**Problem**

**Problem**

A monkey ascends a greased pole 21 meters high. In the first minute he ascends 5 meters and in the next minute descends 3 meters. If he continues this process, in how many minutes will he reach the top?

- 17
- 18
- 25
- 28
- 30

Here’s and example of a **SMART MATH** problem for **TIME SPEED DISTANCE.**

**Problem**

**Problem**

A monkey climbs 30 meters of a pole during the day and slips down by 10 meters at night. Assuming that days and nights are equal, in how many days will the monkey scale a 120 meters high pole?

Here’s and example of a **SMART MATH** problem for **TIME SPEED DISTANCE.**

**Problem**

**Problem**

A train speeds past a pole in 20 seconds and speeds past a platform 150 meters long in 60 seconds. What is the length of the train?

- 75 meters
- 100 meters
- 150 meters
- 200 meters
- 250 meters

Here’s and example of a **SMART MATH** problem for **TIME SPEED DISTANCE.**

**Problem**

**Problem**

In a kilometer race B can give C a 100 meters and A 150 meters start. How many meters start can C give A?

- 50
- 49
- 500/9
- 8500/9
- 50/9

Here’s and example of a **SMART MATH** problem for **TIME SPEED DISTANCE.**

**Problem**

**Problem**

A and B cycle from Mumbai to Pune, a distance of 192 kms at 18 km/hr and 14 km/hr respectively. A reaches Pune and starts back for Mumbai. How far from Pune will he meet B?

- 12 kms
- 16 kms
- 24 kms
- 42 kms
- 60 kms

Here’s and example of a **SMART MATH** problem for **TIME SPEED DISTANCE.**

**Problem**

**Problem**

In a 200 meters race, A beats B by 20 meters, while in a 100 meters race B beats C by 5 meters. By how many meters will A beat C in a kilometer race assuming that speeds of A, B and C do not change in the races?

- 150
- 145
- 130
- 125
- 110

Here’s and example of a **SMART MATH** problem for **TIME SPEED DISTANCE.**

**Problem**

**Problem**

If I walk to my office at 6 km/hr, I arrive 6 minutes early. If however, I walk at 4 km/hr, I arrive 4 minutes late. What is the distance that I walk to reach the office?

- 2 kms
- 2.5 kms
- 3 kms
- 4 kms
- 6 kms

Here’s and example of a **SMART MATH** problem for **TIME SPEED DISTANCE.**

**Problem**

**Problem**

A motorist travels to a place 100 kms away at an average speed of 50 km/hr and returns at 40 km/hr. The average speed of the journey is _________ km/hr?

- 50.4
- 48.4
- 46.4
- 45.4
- 44.4

Here’s and example of a **SMART MATH** problem for **TIME SPEED DISTANCE.**

**Problem**

**Problem**

Two trains travel in the same direction at 50 and 32 km/hr. A man in the slower train observes that it takes 15 seconds for the faster train to completely pass him. What is the length of the slower train?

- 75 meters
- 100 meters
- 160 meters
- 200 meters
- 250 meters