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A and B can complete one full round of the circular jogging track in 1

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A and B can complete one full round of the circular jogging track in 15 and 40 minutes respectively. If they start at the same time from the same point and run in the same direction, after how much time will they meet for the first time?

A. 24 minutes
B. 26 minutes
C. 28 minutes
D. 30 minutes
E. 32 minutes

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relative rates= 1/15-1/40 ; 600/25 ; 24 mins
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A and B can complete one full round of the circular jogging track in 15 and 40 minutes respectively. If they start at the same time from the same point and run in the same direction, after how much time will they meet for the first time?

A. 24 minutes
B. 26 minutes
C. 28 minutes
D. 30 minutes
E. 32 minutes
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A and B can complete one full round of the circular jogging track in 15 and 40 minutes respectively. If they start at the same time from the same point and run in the same direction, after how much time will they meet for the first time?

A. 24 minutes
B. 26 minutes
C. 28 minutes
D. 30 minutes
E. 32 minutes


Solution


    • Let us assume that they meet for the first time after t minutes from starting.
    • Also, let us assume that the length of the circular track to be d units.
    • This is a circular track question,thus the time taken to meet for the first time = Length of the track/Relative Speed
    • Now, Relative speed of A w.r.t B \(= d (\frac{1}{15} – \frac{1}{40}) = \frac{d}{ 24}\) units per minutes
    • Hence, t = time taken by A to cover distance d with relative speed of \(\frac{d}{24}\) units per minute \( = \frac{d}{(d/24)}= 24 minutes\)
Thus, the correct answer is Option A.
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