The houses of A and B face each other on a road going north-south, A's being on the western side. A comes out of his h

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Q 2471880726.     The houses of A and B face each other on a road going
north-south, A's being on the western side. A comes
out of his house, turns left, travels 5 km, turns right,
travels 5 km to the front of D's house. B does exactly
the same and reaches the front of C's house. In this
context, which one of the following statements is
correct?
IAS 2011 Prelims
A

C and D live on the same street.

B

C's house faces south

C

The houses of C and Dare less than 20 km apart

D

None of the above

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