"God" is wrong again. The south pole does not satisfy the conditions - it is impossible to travel south from the south pole.
The answer is also not 3 points exactly. The question does not ask how many points his path has but at how many places you can do that. This problem was answered correctly and succinctly by the first poster.
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Infinitely many. The north pole of course, and any point one mile south of which the distance around the world is an 1/n miles for n an integer >= 1.
The Bermuda Triangle.
No Points are there.
IWIN
No Points are there.
IWIN
If we consider perfect sphere as the shape of the earth then two poles satisfy the conditions
If we consider Earth as a perfect sphere...this condition will be satisfied of all the points on the Diameter circle...i.e infinite points...
Consydering the earth...its posible on the poles..
ther will be 3 points exactly, one from his place to south, 2nd from south to east and 3rd frm east to his place as
ther will be 3 points exactly, one from his place to south, 2nd from south to east and 3rd frm east to his place
"God" is wrong again. The south pole does not satisfy the conditions - it is impossible to travel south from the south pole.
The answer is also not 3 points exactly. The question does not ask how many points his path has but at how many places you can do that. This problem was answered correctly and succinctly by the first poster.
2, north pole and south pole
North Pole and south pole.
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