Can You Escape from the Zombies in 17 Minutes?
Which pair should go together first?
A. You and the professor
B. The assistant and the janitor
C. You and the janitor
Now that you have watched this video, can you think of a real-life situation where you got stuck somewhere and needed to think on your feet for a solution?
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The problems that give you a bunch of clues to match things to each other can be solved using a similar process.
Dear Lisa Winner, Alex Gendler & Outils:
The pause allowed me to understand the need for rule 1
“…one animal to paddle it (raft)…” (But, whoever solves can not intervene in the solution.)
I suppose, we must stop being condescending, if the hypothesis that the animals are able to distinguish the usefulness of a raft.
However, if there is a way in which the raft returns empty by itself, it would save 4 trips
0 0L,0G ↔ 3L,3G
1 2L,0G ← 1L,3G
2 2L,0G → 1L,3G
3 2L,2G ← 1L,1G
4 1L,1G → 2L,2G
5 1L,3G ← 2L,0G
6 1L,3G → 2L,0G
7 3L,3G ← 0L,0G
For the solution of a “dilemma” and granting the self-management capacity to those involved, one must understand the rules of the “game” …
Emma’s family and Brain’s family go to trip to river.
1 family has 3 people. And Emma’s family doesn’t like Brian’s family. When Emma’s is more than Brian’s , it will go to fight. But they have to go the other side of river and the boat can ride 2 people. How??