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You would have to walk 10 blocks south and then 5 blocks west or something like that for example 3 blocks west then 5 blocks south then 2 blocks west then 5 blocks south again but it all adds up to be a total of 15 blocks.

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Q: How many city blocks would you have to walk back if you walked 9 blocks east then 10 blocks north and then finished by walking 4 blocks west?
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