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**Problems on Trains**

**Problems on Trains – Aptitude Questions and Answers:**

This is aptitude on Problems on Trains Question and answers with explanation for different interviews and competitive and entrance exams.

1.The length of the bridge, which a train 130 metres long and travelling at 45 km/hr can cross in 30 seconds, is:

A. 200 m

B. 225 m

C. 245 m

D. 250 m

2.A train running at the speed of 60 km/hr crosses a pole in 9 seconds. What is the length of the train?

A. 120 metres

B. 180 metres

C. 324 metres

D. 150 metres

3.The length of the bridge, which a train 130 meters long and travelling at 45 km/hr can cross in 30 seconds, is:

A. 200 m

B. 225 m

C. 245 m

D. 250 m

4.A 1200 m long train crosses a tree in 120 sec, how much time will I take to pass a platform 700 m long?

A. 180 sec

B. 190 sec

C. 170 sec

D. 175 sec

5.A train running at the speed of 60 km/hr crosses a pole in 9 seconds. Find the length of the train.

A. 150 m

B. 145 m

C. 140 m

D. 135 m

6.Two stations A and B are 110 km apart on a straight line. One train starts from A at 7 a.m. and travels towards B at 20 kmph. Another train starts from B at 8 a.m. and travels towards A at a speed of 25 kmph. At what time will they meet?

A. 9 a.m.

B. 10 a.m.

C. 10.30 a.m.

D. 11 a.m.

7.A train covers a distance of 12 km in 10 min. If it takes 6 sec to pass a telegraph post, then the length of the train is?

A. 90 m B.

100 m

C. 120 m

D. 140 m

8.The length of the bridge, which a train 130 m long and traveling at 45 km/hr can cross in 30 sec is?

A. 200 m

B. 225 m

C. 245 m

D. 250 m

9.A goods train runs at the speed of 72 km/hr and crosses a 250 m long platform in 26 sec. What is the length of the goods train?

A. 230 m

B. 240 m

C. 260 m

D. 270 m

10.A 300 m long train crosses a platform in 39 sec while it crosses a signal pole in 18 sec. What is the length of the platform?

A. 320 m

B. 350 m

C. 650 m

D. None of these

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