Question: Every time a man lies his nose grows to 150 percent of its size. Every time he tells the truth it shrinks to 50 percent of its size.
What will happen if he alternates between lies and the truth?
Answer: For every pair of a truth and a lie his nose will shrink to 75 percent of its previous size prior to this truth and lie. So the correct answer is 0. As the number of times he tells a lie and the truth ((3/4)n) approaches infinity the length of his nose approaches 0.
Question: You are in a car with your friend and your car ran out of gas. You went to the gas station to go pick up some gas. You told your friend to close all the windows and don't turn the radio on. Your friend turned the radio on and the radio was the news reporting there is a murderer in town. Your friend looked up and saw the murderer. The murderer killed your friend. How is this possible?
Answer: Your car is a convertible. You didn't say to close the top roof.