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Riddles by Travis:
Answer to last week's riddle: Paper, of course. According to the World Rock Paper Scissors Society -- http://www.worldrps.com -- "Haven't a clue what to throw next? Then go with Paper. Why? Statistically, in competition play, it has been observed that scissors is thrown the least often. Specifically, it gets delivered 29.6% of the time, so it slightly under-indexes against the expected average of 33.33% by 3.73%. Obviously, knowing this only gives you a slight advantage, but in a situation where you just don't know what to do, even a slight edge is better than none at all."
Last week's riddle asked: "If you have one throw to make in a Rock, Paper, Scissors tournament, what (statistically) should you play?"
This week's riddle: A man has three wives, each with a pre-nuptial agreement. Upon the man's death, Wife 1 is to be paid $100,000 from his estate, Wife 2 is to be paid $200,000 from his estate, and Wife 3 is to be paid $300,000 from his estate. Unfortunately, the man dies with only $200,000. A judge splits the estate in the following manner: Wife 1 -- $50,000, Wife 2 -- $75,000, Wife 3 -- $75,000. Under what specific rationale could this be construed as "fair"?