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From the clues given, can you correctly label the towns A to F and answer the following questions?

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From the clues given, can you correctly label the towns A to F and answer the following questions?

Town B is north of town F and northwest of town C.

Town F is north of town D and southeast of town A.

i) Which town is southwest of town F?

ii) Which town is west of town B?

iii) Which town is northeast of town D?

iv) Which town is west of town C?

posted Mar 12 by Nimish

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answer Mar 12 by Tejas Naik



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