Time & Distance Mcqs

MCQ: A and B go cycling in the same direction with speeds of 6 km/hr and 12 km/hr. A car from behind passes them in 9 and 10 seconds respectively. What is the speed of the car?

  1. 22 km/hr
  2. 33 km/hr
  3. 66 km/hr
  4. 44 km/hr

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