# Two people both eat exactly half of a chocolate bar and nothing else, but one person eats more than the other....

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Two people both eat exactly half of a chocolate bar and nothing else, but one person eats more than the other. How is that possible?

posted Jan 20, 2019

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2 Solutions come to mind:
1. The one person mentioned at the end might be a third person eating another bar.
2. Both of them are eating 2 different chocolate bars of different size.

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They eat different size of chocolate, one bigger and half of it is bigger than half of the other

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