OK, first of all Denise is sorry to report that she has to cancel the Indianapolis Junior League show. The canellation is updated on her website. She knows that this will disappoint a large number of Indy customers, but with Halloween, her trip to Peru, and especially the magnitude of the current trunk show operation, there was just no way for her to physically, mentally, emotionally, or spiritually make it happen. Please don't be too mad at her. It will stress her out knowing that you are mad and I'm the one that has to live with her!
Second, there have been lots of requests for a second math problem on the blog. So here it is. No free clothing this time....just the good feeling inside if you are able to get it. NOTE: it's more of a "logic" problem, than "math".
Suppose you are a prisoner in a cell. There are two doors in the cell. One door leads to freedom, the other leads to immediate death. You must choose a door and walk through it. To help you choose, there are two other prisoners in the cell with you. Both of these prisoners know which door is which. However, one of the prisoners always tells the truth and the other prisoner always lies. Unfortunatey, you don't know which prisoner is which. You are allowed to ask one of the prisoners any question you'd like. What question could you ask one of the prisoners in order to determine which door is which? Explain your answer.