Some Common Misconceptions About Follow Through:
Can You Solve this Real-Life Math Problem?
You might think it’s a bit strange to set the stage for a program about following through by asking you to solve a math problem. But this isn’t just any old math problem. It’s a real-life math problem that’s based on a true story and takes human nature into account.
Are you ready?
Two men and one woman are on the ground floor of an office building waiting for the elevator to take them up to the fourth floor.
While waiting, one of the men remembers that he really needs to get some exercise. So, he decides to take the stairs to the fourth floor instead of riding the elevator.
The elevator arrives empty and makes no stops on the way to the fourth floor.
The two men each weigh 200 pounds. The woman weighs 150 pounds.
So, what was the total weight of passengers in the elevator when the elevator arrived at the fourth floor?
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