# A train is travelling at a speed of 108 km/h how much distance it is travelling every second?

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by linag

2015-06-08T15:56:07+05:30

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108 km/h=108*5/18 m/s=30 m/s.
So it is travelling 30 m or 0.03 km in 1 second.
ANS:It is travelling 30 m or 0.03 km every second.
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2015-06-08T15:59:04+05:30

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Speed = 108 km/h
108 * (5/18)
= 6*5
= 30 m/s
therefore , the train is covering  30 metres or 0.03 km in one second.