The end of the year is coming. Seniors are getting ready for college or the outside world, exams are fast approaching, and, of course, there is the crippling senioritis.
As much as I hate to admit it, slacking off is very risky this time of year. It’s not over yet, I’m afraid. Stay strong and Pioneer Strong, my friends.
“What is Risk?”
“There was once a college that offered a class on probability applied to the real world.
“The class was relatively easy, but there was a catch. There were no homework assignments or tests, but there was a final exam that would have only one question on it.
“When everyone received the test it was a blank sheet of paper [except for] a solitary question on it: ‘What is risk?’
“Most students were able to pass, but only one student received 100% for the class! Even stranger was that he only wrote down one word!
“What did he write?”
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Every Tuesday I plan to upload a brain teaser, each with the previous week’s answer.
This brain teaser came from braingle.com.
“The third unit, which analyzed the contents of the chamber, is definitely a fake. ‘Air’ is a name that we give to the combination of gasses that make up our atmosphere. It is made up of oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and trace amounts of several other chemicals. Because of this, there is no such thing as one molecule of air. Assuming that there is only one molecule in the chamber, it would either be oxygen, nitrogen, or one of the other chemicals. A piece of analysis equipment would never call it ‘air’.“