Q: Why do they do 24 hour times on train time tables?

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Time tables are multiplication facts.

None of the times tables equal 31.

The ultimate time depends on the train you take. fastest is 1 hour 8 minutes and slowest 1 hour and 58 minutes. Trains leave every half hour at peak times

A fast train would take about an hour.

4 hour from delhi by bus or 4:30 hour by train

well it's not that hard really you just add 0 to your 15 times tables.

Zürich to Bern by train takes 1 approximately hour.

The train from Kalundborg to Copenhagen leaves approximately once an hour, and has a travel time of between 1 hour, 30 minutes, and 1 hour, 50 minutes.

time table of se computer engineering

yes it is 10 times four

add 5 every time

Just under one hour

1 hour, 15 minutes

About 1 hour 30 minutes if you take a direct train.

One hour, little less or a little more, depens on the time and which train you get.

very good question. alot of people dont know what the 24 times tables are. the times tables are 24,48,72,148,172,196,220, and so on and so on. all you have to do is add 24 to 24 then 24 to 48 then 24 to 72.

You add 6 each time der !

40 times 9 = 360

About 1 hour by train.

The fastest so far is the TGV in France, where a train reached about 357 mph for a limited time.Japan has the world record at 581km per hour. A modern Japanese Bullet Train can go 333km per hour. The french TGV can go at 343km per hour. But the fastest bullet train is the Chinese bullet train. It goes 487km per hour.

93 appears in 4 of the times tables: 1 times table: 1 × 93 3 times table: 3 × 31 31 times table: 31 × 3 93 times table: 93 × 1

No they weren't; not at the time

Pythagora discovered time tables

About one hour by train or car

At 2:45, Train-A has a 1/2-hour lead on Train-B = 1/2 of the speed of Train-A = 5 miles.Train-B overtakes Train-A at the rate of (50 - 40) = 10 miles per hour.It takes Train-B (5/10) = 1/2 hour to make up the deficit.Train-B catches up to Train-A at 3:15 AM.