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Level 3

A pharmacy and a bank, 500 m apart, are situated between Tina's apartment and Lynn's house as shown. The bank is half-way between the two houses. Tina and Lynn left their homes at the same time and arrived at the pharmacy at the same time. Tina drove at a speed of 65 km/h while Lynn drove at a speed 10 km/h slower than Tina.

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A pharmacy and a bank, 500 m apart, are situated between Tina's apartment and Lynn's house as shown. The bank is half-way between the two houses. Tina and Lynn left their homes at the same time and arrived at the pharmacy at the same time. Tina drove at a speed of 65 km/h while Lynn drove at a speed 10 km/h slower than Tina.

- How much further did Tina travel than Lynn?
- How far is Lynn's house from the bank?

Level 3

Building A and Building B were 360 km apart. A car travelled from Building A towards Building B. At the same time, a bus started from Building B to Building A. After travelling 1^{1}_{2} hours, the two vehicles were still 144 km apart. If the ratio of the average speed of the bus to that of the car was 4 : 5, find

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Building A and Building B were 360 km apart. A car travelled from Building A towards Building B. At the same time, a bus started from Building B to Building A. After travelling 1

- the average speed of the bus.
- the time taken for them to meet. travelling the rest of the journey

Level 3

Kenny and Jerry started on a 50-km cycling trip at the same time. They cycled at the same speed for first 10 km. For the remaining 40 km, Kenny cycled faster than Jerry. He arrived at the finishing point 40 minutes before Jerry who was 10 km behind him. Jerry did not change his speed throughout and completed it at 11 30.

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Kenny and Jerry started on a 50-km cycling trip at the same time. They cycled at the same speed for first 10 km. For the remaining 40 km, Kenny cycled faster than Jerry. He arrived at the finishing point 40 minutes before Jerry who was 10 km behind him. Jerry did not change his speed throughout and completed it at 11 30.

- At what time did the trip begin? Give the answer in 12-hour format.
- What was Kenny's average speed for the remaining 40 km of the trip in km/h?

Level 3

Water flows into a tank through Tap A and flows out of the container through Tap B. The capacity of a tank is 40 litres. When only Tap A is turned on, the container is completely filled in 16 minutes. When only Tap B is turned on, it takes^{1}_{3} hour for all the water to flow out. If both taps are turned on at the same time,

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Water flows into a tank through Tap A and flows out of the container through Tap B. The capacity of a tank is 40 litres. When only Tap A is turned on, the container is completely filled in 16 minutes. When only Tap B is turned on, it takes

- How long does it take to fill 40% of the tank?
- How much water has flowed out through Tap B by the time the tank is
^{3}_{5}filled with water?

Level 3

To fill a tank measuring 50 cm by 20 cm by 40 cm completely, it takes Tap A 4 minutes while it takes Tap B only 12 minutes. How long will it take to completely fill the container with water if both the taps are turned on at the same time and 8 cubic containers of edges 10 cm, filled to the brim with water are poured into the tank?

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To fill a tank measuring 50 cm by 20 cm by 40 cm completely, it takes Tap A 4 minutes while it takes Tap B only 12 minutes. How long will it take to completely fill the container with water if both the taps are turned on at the same time and 8 cubic containers of edges 10 cm, filled to the brim with water are poured into the tank?

Level 3

The figure shows 2 tanks, Tank X and Tank Y. Tank X Is completely empty while Tank Y is filled with water to the brim. Water from Tap A flows in at a rate of 1.2 litres per minute while water drains from Tap B at a rate of 0.72 litres per minute. Both taps are turned on at the same time. After some time, the heights of the water level in both tanks became the same.

The figure shows 2 tanks, Tank X and Tank Y. Tank X Is completely empty while Tank Y is filled with water to the brim. Water from Tap A flows in at a rate of 1.2 litres per minute while water drains from Tap B at a rate of 0.72 litres per minute. Both taps are turned on at the same time. After some time, the heights of the water level in both tanks became the same.

- Find the time taken for the heights of the water level to be the same in both tanks.
- Find the height of the water level at that point of time.

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Level 3

Ray left City B for City A at 07 30. Lindy left City B for City C at the same time. At 10 30, they were 480 km apart. Both maintained a constant speed and reached their destination at the same time at 12 00 h.

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Ray left City B for City A at 07 30. Lindy left City B for City C at the same time. At 10 30, they were 480 km apart. Both maintained a constant speed and reached their destination at the same time at 12 00 h.

- Find the distance between Cities A and C.
- If Lindy's speed was
^{3}_{5}the speed of Fred, find Ray's speed.

Level 3

City X and City Y are 420 km apart. At 3.45 p.m., Joni is travelling at a uniform speed left City X for City Y while Ben set off from City Y to City X along the same road at a uniform speed, which was 12 km/h slower than that of Joni. The two met at 6.45 p.m.

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City X and City Y are 420 km apart. At 3.45 p.m., Joni is travelling at a uniform speed left City X for City Y while Ben set off from City Y to City X along the same road at a uniform speed, which was 12 km/h slower than that of Joni. The two met at 6.45 p.m.

- Find the speed of Joni.
- If Ben continued to travel at the same speed, how long would it take to reach its destination after the two met? Express the answer in mixed number.

Level 3

Raju and Shian left Town A for Town B at the same time. When Raju reached Town B in 4 hours, Shian had only completed^{3}_{8} of the distance between the two towns. Shian's speed was 30 km/h slower than Raju. What was Raju's speed?

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Raju and Shian left Town A for Town B at the same time. When Raju reached Town B in 4 hours, Shian had only completed