Paper plane dynamics
Finally, he compares the trajectories of each of the scenarios \(A,B,C,D\) with the generic unmodified paper plane's trajectory. He marks under each letter, the most suitable number according to the following rules:
If the plane deviates left from normal trajectory, mark \(1\).
If the plane deviates right from normal trajectory, mark \(2\).
If the plane flies significantly longer than normal, mark \(3\).
If the plane makes a nose dive, mark \(4\).
Otherwise, mark \(0\).
Rakesh now has a four digit number underneath the letters. What is this number?