An Illogical, But An Easy Answer 5
posted by Sifat - January 21 2011 02:45:18 AM
A horse travels a certain distance each day. Strangely enough, two of its legs travel 30 miles each day and the other two legs travel nearly 31 miles. It would seem that two of the horse's legs must be one mile ahead of the other two legs, but of course this can't be true. Since the horse is normal, how is this situation possible?
Reply by Caprico - January 25 2011 09:55:21 AM
Reply by Caprico - January 25 2011 09:57:58 AM
Is it like, he runs in a circle, and the distance covered by its inner legs is less than the distance covered by its outer legs, because of the circumference difference? It would have to be a very big circle, but that's the only thing that comes to mind.
Reply by Yuanyangty - March 06 2011 02:45:43 AM
Reply by Diretooth - May 06 2012 09:01:08 PM
Simple. Ever seen a horse? There are two legs in front and two legs in the back!
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