The answer to last week’s challenge is, Q: Kristina and Anthony went out for drinks together. They ordered the same drink. Kristina was really thirsty and finished five in the time it took Anthony to finish one. The drinks were poisoned, but only Anthony died. Why?
A: The poison was in the ice. Since Anthony’s ice had time to melt, he was poisoned while thirsty Kristina’s wasn’t.
This week’s challenge is:
Q: A dead body lies at the bottom of a multistory building. It looks as though they committed suicide by jumping from one of the floors. When the detective arrives, he goes to the first floor of the building, opens the closed window, and flips a coin towards the floor. He goes to the second floor and does the exact same thing. He continues to do this until he gets to the top floor of the building. When he comes back down, he states that it was a murder and not a suicide. How does he know that?
The answer along with a new challenge, next week.
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