**Let A be rat and B be a cheese.**

**The rat travels \(\frac {1}{2}\) of the distance in 1 sec.**

**A( rat)_______________________B(cheese)**

**How much time the rat takes to reach the place where the cheese is present is**

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TopNewestMay be 2 seconds or may be infinite according as the problem. It can be infinite for if the rat travels half of the distance in 1 second and then again travels half of the remaining distance in 1 second and so on then it will take infinite time to reach , i.e. , it will never reach the cheese if it moves that way.

Dichotomy Paradox

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Yeah you are correct.Log in to reply

This is an easy kinematic problem

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ama ama periya problem paru eclipse eli p .adhu eppadi da correctu loose.

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Read the problem clearly.Don't tell that this is wrong without reading carefully.

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