Answer :

i. Midnight. Point A lies in the shadow region. Also, it is located diametrically opposite to the position of noon. Hence, Midnight


ii. Sunset. Point A is about to enter into the shadow region, as indicated from the direction of rotation (counter-clockwise). Hence, Sunset


iii. Sunrise. Point A is about to enter into the sunlight region, as indicated from the direction of rotation (clockwise). Hence, Sunrise


iv. Noon. Point A lies in the sunlight region. Also, the sun is exactly over the head of point A. Hence, Noon.


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