# Two cars X and Y accelerate at the rate of 2 m/s2 and 3 m/s2 respectively from rest. The ratio of time taken by the cars X and Is 4:5. In that given ratio of time interval if the distance travelled by car X is 100 km, then the distance travelled by car Y is (a) km (b) km (c) km (d) km

## Question ID - 151793 :- Two cars X and Y accelerate at the rate of 2 m/s2 and 3 m/s2 respectively from rest. The ratio of time taken by the cars X and Is 4:5. In that given ratio of time interval if the distance travelled by car X is 100 km, then the distance travelled by car Y is (a) km (b) km (c) km (d) km

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