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    Thumbs down speed problem?

    A train starts from station A and accelerates and attains a velocity of 72kmph, it gets decelerated because it travelled through 1 km of being repaired track, it's speed becomes 18kmph, after crossing this track it attains original velocity and moces on, then, to reach station B it has to decelerate to come to rest. Fing total time.. totsal distance covered by train is 200km
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    Inappropriate wording of question leads to no result.Please post the complete (real)question first.After giving the question try to show your work.
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