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A man walks south for 3 miles, Then east for 4 miles, Then north for 1 mile, Then west for 1 mile, Then north...........

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A man walks south for 3 miles
Then east for 4 miles
Then north for 1 mile
Then west for 1 mile
Then north for 2 miles
In which direction and for how far should he walk to return to his starting point?

posted Jun 2, 2022 by Varun Kumar

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