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moonman239
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Jan31-12, 05:55 PM
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Let's say a city planner plans to place a fountain that is equidistant from where people will want to walk toward a water fountain (e.g, where a runner will likely stop along a trail and turn towards a water fountain). He identifies 7 such spots.

How would the builder go about finding the spot for a water fountain?
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