## Time and Distance Questions – Formulas, Tricks and Solved Examples

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### Time and Distance Formula

V= D/T

D = VT

Where V= SPEED

D= Distance and T = Time

**2. To convert from Km/h to m/s multiply by 5/18.**

**3. To convert from m/s to Km/h multiply by 18/5.**

**4. If a person travels some distance at x km/h instead of y km/h, he would have walked ‘a’ km more, then actual Distance:**

Distance = {a/ (x-y)}y

**5. If a person travel some distance at x km/h instead of y km/h, he would have walked ‘a’ km less, then actual Distance:**

Distance = {a/ (y-x)}y

**6. If a person travels some distance travels hours. He covers half of the distance at x km/h and second half speed at y km/h then Distance:**

Distance = {xy/ (y+x)}a

**7. A person takes x hour in walking to a certain distance and riding back. If he takes y hour by riding both sides then time taken by both side by walking:**

= 2{x-(y/2)}

**8. If a person covers some distance at a speed of x km/h, he gets late by ‘a’ hour. If he covers same distance at a speed of y km/h, he reaches ‘b’ hour early then distance:**

D = (xy/ difference of speed) total of a and b

**9. If a person covers some distance at a speed of x km/h, he gets late by ‘a’ hour. If he covers same distance at a speed of y km/h, he gets late by ‘b’ hour, then distance:**

D = (xy/ difference of speed) diffrence of a and b

**10. If a person covers some distance at a speed of x km/h, he reaches early by ‘a’ hour. If he covers same distance at a speed of y km/h, he reaches early by ‘b’ hour, then distance:**

D = (xy/ difference of speed) diffrence of a and b