Two buses A and B start their journey from the same depot but not necessary in the same order. The bus A starts moving 6 km towards the north direction to point P then take a right turn and move 18km to reach point R, then take a left turn and move 12km to reach point S. Point P, Q, and R lies in the same line. The distance between P and Q is half of the distance between point Q and R. Bus B starts to move toward west 2km more than point Q and R from the depot and reach point W then take a right turn and walk 18km to reach point U. U, V, and W lie in the same line as a distance of V and W is double of the distance between U and V. from point U bus B take a right turn and reach point S. Point T lies between U and S in exact midway.

A boy want to go depot and starts walking toward north from Point W after reaching the point V he suddenly realizes that he is going in the wrong direction. So what is the shortest route from point V to bus Depot?

1:

Both (a) and (b)

2:

Can’t determine

3:

From point V going towards north to reach point U from there, he should reach point S then point R then P then the depot.

4:

From point V the should go to east direction 14km than move toward the south and reach depot.

5:

Back to point W then go to the depot from there.

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