This comes from the PolicePrep practice test, question 12 (2007):
A police officer started at intersection B and then looked for a lost child at the following intersections: F, G and I before returning to intersection B to report. How quickly could this task be accomplished if he had to add 30 secs every time the car made a turn at an intersection?
A-9 minutes B-9 minutes, 30 sec
C-10 minutes D-10 minutes, 30 sec
The answer states B because there's a total of 8 blocks and three turns, but I calculated 4 turns. Isn't backtracking from G back to F considered a turn? In reality, you WOULD have to turn the car around.