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December 18, 2012

"A Simple Logic Question That Most Harvard Students Get Wrong"

I suppose nothing about college students should surprise me anymore, but geez . . . 


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Joe R.

Sorry, you gotta be pretty damn stupid not to get that. Basic arithmetic, anyone?

My father used to say "Boy, I know you don't know nothin', but waddya' think?"

Ted Craig

Actually, most people get this question wrong. It is featured in "Thinking, Fast and Slow." It's not arithmetic, it's logic.

Joe R.

Ok, we'll make that pretty illogical, then.

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