Find the error. It’s impossible!
(This one went right over my head!)
Did you know that 80% of Stanford students could not find the error above?
The exclamation point is inside the parenthesis. (!) Proper english would put the closed paren followed by the ! This may not be it though, just an observation not otherwise noted. I also noticed that there was only a single space between the period and “It’s impossible” instead of 2.
Apparently 20% of Stanford students did find an error… right?
I’m guessing the error is the last line itself: “Did you know that 80% of Stanford students could not find the error above?” If there’s no error before the last line then none of them could have found the error because there isn’t one.
Have seen this one before…..generally the sentence at the end says “Did you KNOWN that 80% of Stanford students could not find the error above?” The error was the misspelling of KNOW…was this typed in correctly for this question??
The error is that there is no error. The main problem you are trying to solve is actually the error. Or the word error
The answer is the word “impossible”, that is the error. In the first two sentences it says “Find the error. It’s impossible!”— IT’S IMPOSSIBLE—IT IS IMPOSSIBLE. It reffers to the sentence before it :
What is the error?
Originally I though there wasn’t an error.
However I notice that the letter I is not centered like all of the other letters. the error is in the font style which requires adding a space to the left of the letter so as to center it with the other capitals….. I want 10 points and the cigar….
damn, i must be the smart one then ^^
find the word “error”, right?
that’s in the first line of this post…
its talking about the word “error” and not a mistake…
“Find the error” “the error” is in the first sentence and the last sentence
edit: this is like the right triangle problem with the unknown hypotenuse. Find x. Someone draws a circle around the “x”. “Found it!”