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A.

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 1

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Answer is 9/8L, not 19/8L.3/8 * 3L =9/8

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Answer is option D) 19/8 Litres.

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There can be so many ways to determine odd one out: A has his hands pointed up, D has his legs wide, B has short arms and legs, etc.

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ODD ONE OUT ACCORDING TO WHAT

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Answer should be (d). Even i didn't understand at first but it means that the second tun the man takes doesn't start from north. It starts from south ,which was the result of his first turn.

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Ans D

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The correct option is C. Explanations:1) see the man facing north he want to turn 1 whole and half clockwise Full revolution then half revolution it will end in south. 2) three forth revolution anticlockwise now also the man is facing north only so, in anticlockwise it will come and end in east. So the answer is 1) South, 2) east

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