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Puzzle: If you choose an answer to this puzzle at random, what is the probability of a correct guess?

a) 25%
b) 50%
c) 60%
d) 25%

1. Explain why the above puzzle is a paradox.
2. By introducing a single decimal point in one of the choices - can you convert this paradox into a solvable problem?

(No Solution Yet, 3 Comments) Submitted on 2015-04-06 by Ady TZIDON   
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