# A 500 m long train runs at a speed of 36kmph. In what time will it cross an electric pole?

Question asked by: velsan

Asked on: 01 Oct 2009

How far along the path is the electric pole? With this it is probably just a case of doing speed = distance / time and rearranging that equation with the appropriate numbers.

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Replied at: 11 Oct 2009

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