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    Metric of cities

    Let X be the set of cities, a,b,c. Indicate which metric on X must consider a traveller, if he moves in: a car, a plane, a train and a bike.

    I don't get well the problem. How to proceed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Connected View Post
    Let X be the set of cities, a,b,c. Indicate which metric on X must consider a traveller, if he moves in: a car, a plane, a train and a bike.

    I don't get well the problem. How to proceed?
    This makes zero, absolutely no sense haha. Did you copy it wrong?
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    No, I copied it well.

    Haha, for me doesn't make any sense too!
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