# A and B walk in opposite direction from a point. Each of them moves 3 km and then A turns right moves...

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A and B walk in opposite direction from a point. Each of them moves 3 km and then A turns right moves 4 km, while B also turns right and moves 4 km.
What is the distance between them?

posted Apr 18, 2016

A & B moves in opposite direction and formed two right angled triangles in opposite side.
By Pythagoras theorem,
(3)^2+(4^)^2=hypotenuse=5km
so two hypotenuse of triangles=5+5=10km
Ans: The distance between A & B is 10 km

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