# Aptitude - Time and Distance - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Time and Distance - General Questions (Q.No. 1)

1.

A person crosses a 600 m long street in 5 minutes. What is his speed in km per hour?

Answer: Option

Explanation:

Speed = | 600 | m/sec. | |

5 x 60 |

= 2 m/sec.

Converting m/sec to km/hr (see important formulas section)

= | 2 x | 18 | km/hr | ||

5 |

= 7.2 km/hr.

Discussion:

187 comments Page 1 of 19.
Abhi said:
1 decade ago

What's the formula?

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Shikha said:
1 decade ago

From where you got 18, I don't understand.

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Sundar said:
1 decade ago

Hi Abhi & Shika,

Kindly go through the basic

Have a nice day!

Kindly go through the basic

**formulas for solving Time and Distance problems**.Have a nice day!

Rajasekaran said:
1 decade ago

How that 18 came?

Mallikarjun said:
1 decade ago

1km/hr=(1ooo/3600)m/s=(5/18)m/s

for converting m/s into km/hr 18/5 is required to use

for converting m/s into km/hr 18/5 is required to use

Yuvaraj said:
1 decade ago

I don't know the formula. How you convert m to km. What s that formula.

Sushree said:
1 decade ago

Where we got 60 there?

Mohit said:
1 decade ago

Before attempting questions kindly go through the formulas.

Deepa said:
1 decade ago

Can anybody explain me the step 2.

Piyush said:
1 decade ago

In step 2. There is conversion of m/sec to km/hr.

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