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A train moves with a speed of 108 kmph. Its speed in metres per second is - Aptibook
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A. 24

B. 28

C. 30

D. 32

Answer : 30

1 kmph = 1000 m / (60 x 60) s = 1000/3600 (m/s) = 5/18 (m/s)

So, 108 kmph = 108 x (5/18) = 30 (m/s)

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