A cyclist goes 30 km to North and then turning to East he goes 40 km. Again he turns to his right and goes 20 km. After this he turns to his right and goes 40 km. How far is from his starting point ?
Answer & Solution
Answer: Option D
Cyclist’s Movement :
Distance of the Cyclist from his starting Point O to end point D = 30 – 20 = 10 km
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