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Quantitative Aptitude – Circular Motion – Time, Speed And Distance- Part III

Watch the third video session on “Circular Motion – Time, Speed and Distance” solved quantitative aptitude questions!

Questions discussed in this session:

Anup and Sridhar practise daily on the circular track in their school. While Anup can complete one full round on the track in 8 mins, Sridhar can complete in 5 mins. 
(i) After how many minutes will they meet together for the first time, when both have started simultaneously from the same point in the same direction?
 (ii) After how many minutes will they meet together for the first time at the starting point, when both have started simultaneously from the same point in the same direction?
 (iii) Assuming P, Q, R and S are four consecutive equidistant points (in that order) on the circular track and if they start from the point P, simultaneously in the same direction (P->Q->R ->S) then after how many minutes will they first meet at R?
 (iv) When would they meet for the first time, if they have started from the same point in the same direction and Anup had given Sridhar a lead of 5 mins? [and also a variant of question (iv) ].

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