P6 PSLE Maths (Distance, Speed, Time)
Updated: May 18
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Muthu travelled from Town P to Town Q. 1.5 hrs later, Jun Hao travelled from Town Q to Town P. 3.5 hrs after Jun Hao left Town Q, both of them met. The ratio of Jun Hao's to Muthu's speed was 13/17. How long after meeting Jun Hao did Muthu take to reach Town Q.
Distance Jun Hao travelled to meet Muthu = Distance Muthu travelled to reach Town Q after meeting Jun Hao.
Jun Hao : Muthu
Jun Hao : Muthu
17 units = 3.5 hrs
1 unit = 7/34 hrs
13 units = (7/34) x 13 = 91/34 hrs (Ans)
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