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A man is trapped in a room. In the room there is a table, chair, 2 doors, and a small...........How does the man escape?

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A man is trapped in a room.
In the room there is a table, chair, 2 doors, and a small hole in the ceiling 12 inches in diameter.
Behind one of the doors is an extremely hungry lion that hasn't eaten in a couple of days.
Behind the other door is a glass tunnel that magnifies the sun creating temperatures so high that even opening the door could kill you.

How does the man escape?

posted Aug 16, 2017 by Karan Joglekar

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3 Answers

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Wait till sun set and escape.

answer Aug 16, 2017 by Thillairajan
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The man escape through lion door

answer Aug 17, 2017 by Ayush Singh Shrinet
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ESCAPE THROUGH THE LION DOOR
SINCE IT HAS NOT EATEN FOR COUPLE OF DAYS IT WILL BE WEAK OR DEAD SO IT IS THE BEST WAY

answer Aug 22, 2017 by Mogadala Ramana



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