Take a ring near the south pole with the circumference equal to 1 mile.Now take any point on the ring call it A.Now take a point 1 mile north from point A call it B.

Start from B move 1 mile south now we will be at A ,now moving 1 mile east brings us back to point A because ring circumference is 1 mile. Now moving 1 mile north from A takes us back to point B, which is the required point.

You can take infinite points like A on this ring.

Also, you can take the ring of circumference equal to half a mile. So moving a mile takes 2 turns and we are back to the same point.

and off course one answer is the North Pole.

# Explained Solution-If walking east brings u at same point u are done

**chirag_dawra**#1

**_437_280**#2

I really don’t like this. You don’t make a mile east this way. Simple:

– How much’d you walk south?

– 1 mile.

– How much’d you walk east?

– 1 mile.

– How do you know that?

Not a good riddle.