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Suppose two friends Vignesh and Sarosh decided to have a 100m race in such a way that Vignesh runs in the direction in which wind is blowing and Sarosh in the direction opposite to the wind. They run with the same speed but Vignesh completes the 100m first.  The wind blows with a speed of 10m/s. Sarosh complained of the disadvantage he had because he had to run against the wind. So both guys went to Gautham to sort it out. Gautham supported Vignesh saying there will be no wind effect on the speed and both made fun of Sarosh. Is Gautham's judgement true or false? 



A

True

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B

False

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Solution

The correct option is B

False


When you run or travel upstream whether it is in wind or water, you will have to overcome the speed of the wind or water. So there will be a slight disadvantage when you run upstream. Therefore, Gautham judgement is false


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