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There was a scientist who after doing research, found that color of skin of animals vary with change in distance.One day he started to chase a beer. He walked 1 mile towards north, then turned and walked 1 mile towards east and then caught the beer and radio-ribboned the beer Then he left the beer at that spot and returned to his base-station taking a turn towards south (walked 1 mile towards south). Then what was the color of beer at that spot? a) white b) brown c) black d) grey

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There was a scientist who after doing research, found that color of skin of animals vary with change in distance. One day he started to chase a beer. He walked 1 mile towards north, then turned and walked 1 mile towards east and then caught the beer and radio-rib boned the beer Then he left the beer at that spot and returned to his base-station taking a turn towards south (walked 1 mile towards south). Then what was the color of beer at that spot?

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