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A SIMPLE TEST FOR YOU Which way is the bus below travelling?To the left or to the right?Can you make up your mind?Look carefully at the picture again.Post your responses in the comments...
It is not traveling in either direction, it is standing still, awating further instructions.
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If bus is moving in India than it is moving from left to right....... If bus is still than what is use of this question....Mushu The Great Thinkerhttp://4tester.blogspot.com/
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Look out, the bus is coming right at us.
Hey who say this is a bus. This is not a bus. Bus has many properties...six wheel etc. etc.
The bus may or may not be travelling.But you are standing on side of the bus that does not have the Door.
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This picture does not resemble a bus as it is not have all the properties of a bus..........
Judging by Omar's comment if it does ever move it will get a warm welcome if it heads off towards Costa Rica
If this pic is Right....then it is moving in Right direction.........
As the wheels are not attached to the body its difficult to see how it could move in any direction even if the wheels were in motion, but then what force is keeping the body of the bus suspended in mid air?
i don't know the construction models in America, but i suppose that if there are only windows it means that it runs in some specified direction (upon model)
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I've seen this before. Children will respond that the bus is traveling to the left because they cannot see the door to get on the bus. If it were traveling to the right the door would be visible above the right wheel.
Cool...This is the Correct answer I was expecting!!!----------------------------I've seen this before. Children will respond that the bus is traveling to the left because they cannot see the door to get on the bus. If it were traveling to the right the door would be visible above the right wheel.----------------------------
the bus is moving left to right as the door is not on this side its on opposite side also when we board a bus it always moves from right to left of ours but from the side we are seeing its moving left to right
The bus appears to be stationary
When I asked my child, she said "It is not a bus because there were no children in it. Besides, if it was moving there would be little lines..."
Its not moving at all as the wheels are not attached to the vehicle? If i had to go for one i would say going to the right!!
the bus is traveling right since the door of the bus is not visible.
To see different people's opinion, u might have raised this question.Looking at the picture, it doesnot appear to be a bus and doesnot contain even a single properties of the bug. Atleast the tyres of tbe bus should be attached to the body, and there is no driver doors...if i would still think its a bus, its moving either in direction of left to right or right to left...
If it is a British or Australian bus, it would not have the door on the right side, so then it would be moving from left to right...
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Brilliant question.I also asked one of my kids (the 16-year-old geek), and he analyzed it by saying that since you can't see any difference between the right and left of the picture, the difference must be on the other side of the bus (which we can't see). So the answer was - it depends where in the world you are, since the door must be on the other side, and we can't see whether it's towards the right or the left.
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