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A train travelling at a speed of 76 mph enters a tunnel 9/2 miles long. The train is 1/4 mile long. How long does it take for the train to pass through the tunnel from the moment the front enters to the moment the rear emerges?

For a train of length (1/4) mile long to cross a tunnel of (9/2) mile long it has to travel a distance of (9/2) + (1/4) = 4.75 miles ie., length of the tunnel + length of the train. Therefore to find the time taken for this ===> distance / speed = Time 4.75/76 = 0.0625 hours = 225 seconds

A 500 yard long train, travelling at 90 mph, enters a tunnel of four and a half miles in length.

How long will elapse between the moment the front of the train enters the tunnel and the moment the end of the train clears the tunnel?

A 440 yard long train, travelling at 60 mph, enters a one mile long tunnel. How long will elapse between the moment the front of the train enters the tunnel and the moment the end of the train clears the tunnel?

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A train travelling at a speed of 80 kmph enters a tunnel that is 0.5 km long. The length of the train is 0.25 km. How long does it take for all of the train to pass through the tunnel, from the moment the front enters, to the moment the rear emerges?

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