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The two trains
Two trains 140 meters and 160 meters long run at the speeds of 60 km/hour and 40 km/hour respectively in the opposite directions on parallel tracks. Find the time in seconds which they take to cross each other.
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Re: The two trains
10.8 seconds? Yeah, I’d say so.
Look at the problem this way. Each train is travelling at 100 km/hour relative to the other and has 300 metres to travel. So the time taken is .
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