Based on the shadow directions in these experiments, which of the following best describes the difference between the apparent path of the Sun as seen from the observation points in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres?
A. The Sun travels a more southerly path in the Southern Hemisphere than in the Northern Hemisphere.
B. The Sun travels a more northerly path in the Southern Hemisphere than in the Northern Hemisphere.
C. The Sun rises in the East and sets in the West in the Northern Hemisphere, but the opposite is true in the Southern Hemisphere.
D. The Sun rises in the West and sets in the East in the Northern Hemisphere, but the opposite is true in the Southern Hemisphere.
I've read the explanation for B several times. I don't understand the meaning of "traveling a more northerly path" in the southern hemisphere. Does the alignment of the compass and the shadow show the reverse direction in which the sun is traveling? (In this case, since 9 of the 15 directions recorded pointed South, the compass directions were aligned to point North.)