- 25 Feb '06 13:26Part One: Two men get lost whilst walking in the woods. One starts walking northwards, whilst the other heads south. They bump into each other a quarter of an hour later. Explain.

Part Two: If a man walks due south for 4 miles and then due north for 3 miles, what is the maximum distance he can be from where he started? - 25 Feb '06 15:24

Part one I am thrown by the woods thing, no woods at the poles so*Originally posted by derts***Part One: Two men get lost whilst walking in the woods. One starts walking northwards, whilst the other heads south. They bump into each other a quarter of an hour later. Explain.**

Part Two: If a man walks due south for 4 miles and then due north for 3 miles, what is the maximum distance he can be from where he started?

thats out. Part two, 7 miles, he starts 4 miles from the south pole

and keeps going. - 27 Feb '06 01:06

the woods they were separated at first and walked toward each oher*Originally posted by derts***Part One: Two men get lost whilst walking in the woods. One starts walking northwards, whilst the other heads south. They bump into each other a quarter of an hour later. Explain.**

Part Two: If a man walks due south for 4 miles and then due north for 3 miles, what is the maximum distance he can be from where he started?

walking the farthest would be only one mile