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Puzzle ID:#4513
Fun:*** (2.81)
Difficulty:** (1.89)
Category:Other
Submitted By:im_para_noid*****
Corrected By:cnmne

 

 

 



You are being held captive 60 ft. underground. Your two guards bring you into a room that has a spinning sphere. The sphere is revolving along with rotating. Your guards give you a gun and say, "With three shots, we want you to put three impacts onto the surface of one half of the sphere. If you do that, then we will release you." What could you do to ensure your escape?




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Comments

Drunky*ca
Jun 16, 2002

I'll take the second answer please.
oxygen_deprived
Jun 21, 2002

LOL I must be stupid but I don't understand the explanation of the first one. I did, though, think immediately of "kill the guards - duh"
Mogmatt16Ava*
Jun 21, 2002

basically, any three point on a sphere could be on the same hemisphere. Think of it this way, you could take any three cities on a globe, and then cut off half the globe and keep the cities on the same half.
Mogmatt16Ava*
Jun 28, 2002

BTW... They must be planning on lettign you go if they tell you to do that.
Dina_2002*
Jun 28, 2002

yeah i would shoot the guards, just because they're stupid. they should've seen it coming
heather777
Jun 07, 2003

well the gaurds should basically commit suicide but it's still a good teaser
cnmne*us*
Apr 19, 2004

Just wait for the sphere to pass overhead, then fire. All three shots will be on the bottom half of the sphere.

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