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Zul left Town A for Town B at 12.15 pm. At the same time, Megan left Town B for Town A. Zul met Megan 85 km away from the midpoint between Town A and Town B. The ratio of Zul's to Megan's speed is 13:19. Megan took 272/57 hrs to travel from Town B to Town A. What duration of time did each of them have to travel before meeting each other?
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Over the years, the Primary School Maths syllabus has undergone changes. Most notably, the syllabus places more emphasis on developing students’ problem-solving abilities and and thinking skills when they are doing questions which require them to ‘think out of the box’.
Rote learning (memorising by constantly doing the same practice over and over again till perfection) may not be sufficient in order to ACE that Math Exams!
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