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If a person walks 10 metres in one direction , then 60 metres in the opposite direction, then distance between his initial and final position is

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50 m
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30 m
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70 m
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Solution

The correct option is A 50 m
Let's assume that initial position is centre of number line.
A person goes 10 metres in one direction.

60 metres to another direction
Distance from the centre (zero) is 50 metres.

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