A woman at a point $ A $ on the shore of a circular lake with radius $ 2 mi $ wants to arrive at the point $ C $ diametrically opposite $ A $ on the other side of the lake in the shortest possible time (see the figure). She can walk at the rate of $ 4 mi/h $ and row a boat at $ 2 mi/h $. How should she proceed?
She should just walk along the circumference to reach the point $C$
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