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A pedestrian walks three miles due south. She then stops. Next she walks three miles due north. She has walked .........

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A pedestrian walks three miles due south.
She then stops.
Next she walks three miles due north.
She has walked six miles and she is six miles away from where she started, instead of being back there.
How come?
There are many places she might have been.
How would you map them?

posted Aug 16, 2022 by Rahul Vaidya

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