## What Did The Ocean Say When The Airplane Flew Over Riddles To Solve

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## A New Town By The Ocean

A man moved into a new town by the ocean

in the middle of his first night he woke up and made himself a sandwich on his way back to bed he realized that the lights were on so he turned off all of the lights and went to sleeping the morning when he looked out of his window there were dead people all the way to the horizon (hundreds dead)...

How did they die?

in the middle of his first night he woke up and made himself a sandwich on his way back to bed he realized that the lights were on so he turned off all of the lights and went to sleeping the morning when he looked out of his window there were dead people all the way to the horizon (hundreds dead)...

How did they die?

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On the mans way back to bed he turned the power off to the light house.

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## Swimming In The Ocean

Imagine you are swimming in the ocean and a bunch of hungry sharks surround you. How do you get out alive?

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## I Am The Ocean And I Am The Sea

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## Breaking On The Ocean

Throw it off the highest building, and I'll not break. But put me in the ocean, and I will.

What am I?

What am I?

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## Ocean And The Beach Riddle

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## Bottom Of The Ocean Riddle

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## Talking Oceans Riddle

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## Ocean With No Water

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## Books In The Ocean

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## Ocean Rocks Riddle

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## An Airplane Pilot Riddle

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## The 100 Seat Airplane

People are waiting in line to board a 100-seat airplane. Steve is the first person in the line. He gets on the plane but suddenly can't remember what his seat number is, so he picks a seat at random. After that, each person who gets on the plane sits in their assigned seat if it's available, otherwise they will choose an open seat at random to sit in.

The flight is full and you are last in line. What is the probability that you get to sit in your assigned seat?

The flight is full and you are last in line. What is the probability that you get to sit in your assigned seat?

Hint: You don't need to use complex math to solve this riddle. Consider these two questions:
What happens if somebody sits in your seat?
What happens if somebody sits in Steve's assigned seat?

The correct answer is 1/2.

The chase that the first person in line takes your seat is equal to the chance that he takes his own seat. If he takes his own seat initially then you have a 100% chance of sitting in your seat, if he takes your seat you have a 0 percent chance. Now after the first person has picked a seat, the second person will enter the plan and, if the first person has sat in his seat, he will pick randomly, and again, the chance that he picks your seat is equal to the chance he picks someone your seat. The motion will continue until someone sits in the first persons seat, at this point the remaining people standing in line which each be able to sit in their own seats. Well how does that probability look in equation form? (2/100) * 50% + (98/100) * ( (2/98) * 50% + (96/98) * ( (2/96) * (50%) +... (2/2) * (50%) ) ) This expansion reduces to 1/2.

An easy way to see this is trying the problem with a 3 or 4 person scenario (pretend its a car). Both scenarios have probabilities of 1/2.

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The chase that the first person in line takes your seat is equal to the chance that he takes his own seat. If he takes his own seat initially then you have a 100% chance of sitting in your seat, if he takes your seat you have a 0 percent chance. Now after the first person has picked a seat, the second person will enter the plan and, if the first person has sat in his seat, he will pick randomly, and again, the chance that he picks your seat is equal to the chance he picks someone your seat. The motion will continue until someone sits in the first persons seat, at this point the remaining people standing in line which each be able to sit in their own seats. Well how does that probability look in equation form? (2/100) * 50% + (98/100) * ( (2/98) * 50% + (96/98) * ( (2/96) * (50%) +... (2/2) * (50%) ) ) This expansion reduces to 1/2.

An easy way to see this is trying the problem with a 3 or 4 person scenario (pretend its a car). Both scenarios have probabilities of 1/2.

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## Crossing The Ocean Riddle

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## Jonah And The Ocean Riddle

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## Half An Ocean Riddle

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