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# Distance, Speed and Time Problems (F)

Welcome to the GCSE Distance, Speed, and Time Problems quiz. Before we tackle the intricacies of calculating distance, speed, and time, we're injecting an exciting element into our revision session with a captivating video comparison.

Want to go further, faster? In that case you had better have a good understanding of speed calculations! See if you can speed through this GCSE Maths quiz.

We all know that speed is something to do with distance and time, but can you remember how they are related? One way to remember it is to think of road speed limits. For instance, in towns the speed limit is 30 miles per hour. Speed = miles (Distance) per hour (Time). ‘Per’ means divide, so we have S = D/T. Once you have that it is a case of filling in what you know, to work out what you need.

Always remember to apply a common sense check to your answer – for instance, if you are travelling at 80km/h, it doesn’t make sense that you will cover 160km in half an hour!

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Author:  Frank Evans