Question: You are driving and come to a fork in the road. You need to get to New York City. The roads do not have signs, no one is there to tell you which road you need to take, and you can't turn back and take the other road if you take the wrong one the first time. You can not turn around a go a different way. If you randomly choose a road to take how will you know you are choosing the correct road before you take it? What is the chance you will take the correct road?
Answer: You will know You are choosing the correct road before you take one because you can't turn around, so that means neither road is the correct road. Their is a 0% chance you will choose the correct road. Why: if you choose the left road at random and it is the wrong road... You know the right road is the correct one, and you can't turn back and take the right road. If you choose the right road at random and it is the wrong road... You know the left road is the correct road. Since you can not turn around you must know you are always going to take the wrong road because you must get to New York City and have to keep going on whichever road you took. That gives you a 0% chance of taking the correct road given that their is no way for you to know wich road to take and you can't turn around, so the roads must connect somewhere and make a loop I order for you to be able to take the correct road, but if the two roads loop you will never get to New York City because you would end up where you started. Therefor neither of the roads is the correct road.
Question: There is a farmer who has three sons. Nearing his death, he asked his three sons to find two objects that can fill the room he's in. The one who can deliver will be chosen as his heir. So the oldest son goes to the market to get hay while the middle son go get leaves. The youngest son goes to a shop and buys two things that he put in his pocket. The oldest son's hay only fills half the room, the middle son's leaves fills 2/4 quarters of the room, while the youngest fills the room with his two objects. Question: What are the two objects that the youngest son used to fill the room?
Answer: A match and a candle.
Question: It is Halloween and your friends dare you to go into a haunted house. You creep up to the door, a little scared wondering what is behind the door. You go in and there is a long hallway leading out into a dark musty room with three doors. You're kind of scared once you are inside. You try to turn back, to get back outside, but when you turn around the door is closed and locked. You yell for help but there is only silence. The room is dark and you look for a light source. You see a light switch and try to turn it on. Sadly the power is out. You are terrified but have no choice but to follow the long hallway to the three doors in the pitch black. Behind one door is a bottomless pit with no end. Behind another door is an electric chair which you must sit in. Behind the last door is a pool full of acid. You must go in one of the rooms to the danger. Which one should you go through?
Answer: You should definitely go through the electric chair. Since the power is out, when you sit in the electric chair it will have no effect on you.