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P6 PSLE Maths (Distance, Speed, Time)

Updated: May 18, 2020

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GIF taken from: https://illo.tv/portfolio/osvehicle/ At 10.30 am, Ali left Town A for Town B. At 11.45 am, Belle left Town B for Town A. From 11.45 until the time both of them met, Ali and Belle would have travelled 276.25 km and 357.5 km, respectively. Belle travelled at 110km/h. Find Ali’s speed.

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