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Is this even possible? Answered

So a kid walks to and from school everyday, uphill both ways without ever walking downhill. how is this possible
(think hard) I want to know your answers. once i get 5 answers I will tell you my answer and choose a best answer.
thanks
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iceng

5 years ago

That is because it is un-even possible.

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daredevil499iceng

Answer 5 years ago

I moved This into the forums. Can you copy your answer there? Here is a link:
https://www.instructables.com/community/Is-this-possible-1/

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canucksgirl

5 years ago

Kid walks uphill on Road A to get to school and enters the front door.
After school, the kid exits from the backdoor of the school, which is at the bottom of Road B and walks uphill to get home.

So yes, its possible... (The front door and back door are on different floors). :-)

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daredevil499canucksgirl

Answer 5 years ago

I moved it into the forums. Can you copy your answer there? Here is a link:
https://www.instructables.com/community/Is-this-possible-1/

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rickharris

5 years ago

1. This really is the sort of thing to put in the forum

2. I had a house once where the back door and front door were on different levels.

3. What if there's a valley between your house and the school?

4. The attached picture shows a school where the back and front are on significantly different levels.

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daredevil499rickharris

Answer 5 years ago

if there was a valley the kid would be walking downhill. maybe I should rephrase the question.