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EP 823 Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter explains how to answer this elegant question.
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Here is another 1 of those tough interview questions that confuses a lot of folks. Like most of them, it is very easy question… Today’s question is, “Al plane is flying from Paris to New York at 500 mph. There is another plane that is flying from New York to Paris at 450 mph. They meet over the Atlantic Ocean. Which plane is closer to Paris?”
They are in the same place. They are equidistant from Paris.
After all, they MET over the Atlantic Ocean. They are in the same place. We aren’t talking about a crash. They are in the same location over the Atlantic.