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# A train can travel 20% faster than a car. Both start from a

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A train can travel 20% faster than a car. Both start from a [#permalink]  23 Mar 2004, 00:55
A train can travel 20% faster than a car. Both start from a point
A at the same time and reach point B 75 kms away from A at the same
time. On the way however, the train lost about 12.5 minutes while stopping
at stations. Find the speed of the car in km per hour.

1) 50 kmph
2) 55 kmph
3) 60 kmph
4) 65 kmph
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[#permalink]  23 Mar 2004, 01:10
Given 1.2v(t-12.5) = 75 = vt, find v?

v = 60kmph
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