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[Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Tue Oct 18, 2016 7:49 pm

A man leaves for work every morning at 8:00.
Three minutes later, at 8:03, he returns home, and leaves for work one minute later at 8:04.
He does this for around 80 consecutive days.

Why?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby LemonCurry » Tue Oct 18, 2016 7:57 pm

Are 8:03 and 8:04 in the morning too? Or in the evening?
Is he both times leaving for the same job?
Are time zones relevant?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Tue Oct 18, 2016 8:40 pm

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Are 8:03 and 8:04 in the morning too? Or in the evening?
Yes, they are also in the morning. I will revise the puzzle statement for clarity.

Is he both times leaving for the same job?
Yes.

Are time zones relevant?
No.
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Alhucema » Tue Oct 18, 2016 8:48 pm

Does he do something relevant at home during this one minute?

Does he keep forgetting something at home?

Is there anything special about his home?

Time/place relevant? Type of job?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Tue Oct 18, 2016 10:26 pm

Does he do something relevant at home during this one minute?
Yes.

Does he keep forgetting something at home?
No.

Is there anything special about his home?
No.

Time/place relevant? Type of job?
Yes to time/place. No to type of job.
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Alhucema » Tue Oct 18, 2016 11:13 pm

Does he during the minute between 8:03 and 8:04 at his home:

Touch something relevant? Interact with somebody/something? If so, is it n electrical device? Check something? Leave something?Take something? Talk to someone?

Does he lock/unlock the door? Enter his home completely? Go to any specific room? Look out of the window?

Time/place (LTPF list of centuries/countries)? Job: a technical profession?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Balin » Wed Oct 19, 2016 1:20 am

Are seasons of the year relevant? The weather? The climate?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby WiZ » Wed Oct 19, 2016 1:53 am

Is his method of transportation relevant? Is public transport involved? Does he travel with anyone else?

Is he trying to do anything illegal? Skullduggerous? Deceitful?

Does this action effect a gradual change in circumstances, or contribute to a goal, that is achieved at the end of the 80 day period? Do external circumstances change after the 80 days are up?

Is this essentially a zero-sum activity, in which the same state of affairs is reached every time he does this, with no further development?

Does he always leave from the same home and travel to the same workplace?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Wed Oct 19, 2016 3:52 am

Alhucema
Does he during the minute between 8:03 and 8:04 at his home:

Touch something relevant? Interact with somebody/something? If so, is it an electrical device? Leave something? Take something? Talk to someone?
No to these.
Check something?
Yes.

Does he lock/unlock the door? Enter his home completely? Go to any specific room?
Yes to all.
Look out of the window?
No.

Time/place (LTPF list of centuries/countries)?
USA, early 2000s.
Job: a technical profession?
Apologies - the answer to whether or not 'type of job' is relevant should have been no. I'll edit the previous post.


Balin
Are seasons of the year relevant? The weather? The climate?
Yes to seasons, no to weather & climate.


WiZ
Is his method of transportation relevant? Is public transport involved? Does he travel with anyone else?
No to all.

Is he trying to do anything illegal?
No.
Skullduggerous? Deceitful?
No-ish/Yope-ish for both. Similar idea, but a tad milder.

Does this action effect a gradual change in circumstances, or contribute to a goal, that is achieved at the end of the 80 day period?
No.
Do external circumstances change after the 80 days are up?
Yes.

Is this essentially a zero-sum activity, in which the same state of affairs is reached every time he does this, with no further development?
Yes.

Does he always leave from the same home and travel to the same workplace?
Yes.
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby GalFisk » Wed Oct 19, 2016 6:53 am

Does he reach work before returning the first time? Distance traveled relevant? Is he relevantly seen? Heard? Detected by an automated system? Is he doing this to fool someone? For fun? Profit? To test something? Or someone? Can he "get caught" doing this? Is someone or something at work relevant? At home? Does he visit his home as part of his job? Is he a mail carrier?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Twilightseeker » Wed Oct 19, 2016 10:12 am

Does this happen in the winter? summer, spring, fall? Is 80 days the length of this seasonal time period that is relevant?

Does it have to do with animals or plants that are in some particular state during this season?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Wed Oct 19, 2016 1:57 pm

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GalFisk
Does he reach work before returning the first time?
No.
Distance traveled relevant?
No.
Is he relevantly seen? Heard? Detected by an automated system?
No.

Is he doing this to fool someone?
Yope; not his primary goal.
For fun? Profit?
No.
To test something? Or someone?
Yes & yes; "someone" would be a little more correct but either would work.
Can he "get caught" doing this?
No.

Is someone or something at work relevant? At home?
Yes & yes.
Does he visit his home as part of his job? Is he a mail carrier?
No and no - good guess though!


Twilightseeker
Does this happen in the winter? summer, spring, fall?
Summer.
Is 80 days the length of this seasonal time period that is relevant?
Yes-ish.

Does it have to do with animals or plants that are in some particular state during this season?
Yope.
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby CoffeeBean » Wed Oct 19, 2016 2:49 pm

Does the man live alone? With another person? With more than one other person? With pets? Any of these relevant?
Before leaving at 8:00, does the man say anything to anyone else? Does he say anything when he returns 3 minutes later?
Is another person(s) observing the man's actions during the 8:00-8:04 time lapse?
When he leaves at 8:00, does he do everything he would normally do if he was not going to return 3 minutes later? For instance, if the man drives to work, does he leave at 8:00, get into his car, drive away just long/far enough that when he turns around at a certain point he will arrive back at the starting point 3 minutes later?
Or does he leave the house (or building) at 8:00 and then make no further attempt to move towards his workplace because he's going back into the house 3 minutes later?
Is the man's age relevant? His appearance? His physical condition? His mental condition?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Twilightseeker » Wed Oct 19, 2016 10:15 pm

Does the man relevantly have any pets at home? Is he checking this pet(s)?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Thu Oct 20, 2016 1:50 am

CoffeeBean
Does the man live alone? No. With another person? With more than one other person? <- This one. With pets? Any of these relevant? Yes. One other person.
Before leaving at 8:00, does the man say anything to anyone else? No. Does he say anything when he returns 3 minutes later? No.
Is another person(s) observing the man's actions during the 8:00-8:04 time lapse? No.
When he leaves at 8:00, does he do everything he would normally do if he was not going to return 3 minutes later? For instance, if the man drives to work, does he leave at 8:00, get into his car, drive away just long/far enough that when he turns around at a certain point he will arrive back at the starting point 3 minutes later? No.
Or does he leave the house (or building) at 8:00 and then make no further attempt to move towards his workplace because he's going back into the house 3 minutes later? Correct.
Is the man's age relevant? Yes-ish. His appearance? No. His physical condition? No. His mental condition? No.


Twilightseeker
Does the man relevantly have any pets at home? No. Is he checking this pet(s)? No.
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Twilightseeker » Thu Oct 20, 2016 5:28 am

Does he have to check on one other person back at home? his roommate? wife? friend? relative? girlfriend? someone else? does he not check on them but on something related to them?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby CoffeeBean » Thu Oct 20, 2016 2:23 pm

Are the other people who live with him members of his family? His wife? Children?
Or are they roommates? Renters? People who stay with him during part of the year?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby GalFisk » Thu Oct 20, 2016 5:29 pm

Does he know he will return when he leaves the first time? Does anyone relevantly not know this? Does anyone relevantly not know that it is him who returns? Is he training an animal?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Thu Oct 20, 2016 8:38 pm

Twilightseeker
Does he have to check on one other person back at home? Yes. His roommate? wife? friend? relative? <- This one. See below. girlfriend? someone else? does he not check on them but on something related to them? Yope. Sort of both.


CoffeeBean
Are the other people who live with him members of his family? Yes. His wife? Yes. Children? Yes. He has two sons but only one is relevant to the puzzle.
Or are they roommates? No. Renters? No. People who stay with him during part of the year? No.


GalFisk
Does he know he will return when he leaves the first time? Yes. Does anyone relevantly not know this? Yes. Does anyone relevantly not know that it is him who returns? No. Is he training an animal? No.
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby CoffeeBean » Thu Oct 20, 2016 8:51 pm

Is the son's age relevant? If so, is he a baby? Toddler? 5-10 years old? 11-teenage?
Does the man talk to his son before he leaves to "go to work"? Does he talk to his son when he comes back into the house?
Is the son awake when the man leaves at 8:00? When he returns at 8:03? When he leaves again at 8:04?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Westing1992 » Thu Oct 20, 2016 11:01 pm

Is he a bus driver who drives to where the buses are parked (a brief commute), then one of the first children he picks up is his own? And then drives them to a daily summer camp/other destination?
If not, then: does he drive a special vehicle? One that's kept somewhere other than his house?
Does he make stops at multiple houses, including his own?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Fri Oct 21, 2016 1:43 pm

CoffeeBean
Is the son's age relevant? Yes. If so, is he a baby? Toddler? 5-10 years old? Let's say he's 10. 11-teenage?
Does the man talk to his son before he leaves to "go to work"? No. Does he talk to his son when he comes back into the house? No.
Is the son awake when the man leaves at 8:00? Possibly. When he returns at 8:03? Possibly. When he leaves again at 8:04? Possibly.


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Is he a bus driver who drives to where the buses are parked (a brief commute), then one of the first children he picks up is his own? No. And then drives them to a daily summer camp/other destination?
If not, then: does he drive a special vehicle? No. One that's kept somewhere other than his house?
Does he make stops at multiple houses, including his own? No.
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby LemonCurry » Fri Oct 21, 2016 1:52 pm

Has the wife left the house between 8:00 and 8:03?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby JenBurdoo » Fri Oct 21, 2016 2:06 pm

Is he trying to deceive anyone? Criminal activity relevant (if so, his?)
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Fri Oct 21, 2016 2:22 pm

LemonCurry
Has the wife left the house between 8:00 and 8:03? She left earlier than 8.


JenBurdoo
Is he trying to deceive anyone? Yes-ish - I think 'deceive' connotes malice, though there isn't any of that in this puzzle. It's along similar lines. Criminal activity relevant (if so, his?) No.
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby CoffeeBean » Fri Oct 21, 2016 2:39 pm

When the man leaves the house at 8:04, does his son leave with him? Or stay at home? Or leave with someone else?
Would this scenario not apply if it was fall, winter or spring? Because the son would be in school during those times of year?
When the man comes back at 8:03, does he go to his son's bedroom? To the kitchen? To the bathroom? To another room in the house?
So the man's wife leaves the house after the man, but before he comes back? Does she do something relevant before she leaves?
Are there other relevant people at home between 8:00 and 8:04?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Fri Oct 21, 2016 2:59 pm

CoffeeBean
When the man leaves the house at 8:04, does his son leave with him? No. Or stay at home? Yes. Or leave with someone else? No.
Would this scenario not apply if it was fall, winter or spring? Correct. Because the son would be in school during those times of year? Correct.

When the man comes back at 8:03, does he go to his son's bedroom? To the kitchen? To the bathroom? To another room in the house? <- This one.

So the man's wife leaves the house after the man, but before he comes back? Does she do something relevant before she leaves? Sorry, a bit of a blooper as I misunderstood the question earlier. The wife is gone before 8:00 & that's all that's relevant about her. I will edit the original answer.

Are there other relevant people at home between 8:00 and 8:04? No.
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby GalFisk » Fri Oct 21, 2016 3:24 pm

If the son is sleeping through it all, is it pointless?
Does he do this to make the son feel happy? Safe? Cared for? Watched?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby CoffeeBean » Fri Oct 21, 2016 3:27 pm

Is the son aware of all that the dad does between the time he leaves at 8:00 and the time he leaves at 8:04?
Or is he oblivious to all of it?
When the man leaves at 8:04, is the son left home alone? Or will someone else arrive shortly after the dad leaves?
Does the man exit the house by the same door at 8:00 and at 8:04? Does this matter?
When the man comes back at 8:03, does he bring something into the house with him that he didn't have when he left the house 3 minutes earlier?
Does the man do the same thing every time he re-enters the house? Is he checking to see if his son is awake?
When he comes into the house at 8:03, does he then go to look at something? To perform some action? To activate something? To de-activate something? To write something? To read something?
Does he go into the living room/family room when he comes back in? His bedroom? The garage? Another kind of room?
Is anyone else aware of the man's actions on these mornings besides the man himself? His son? Another person?
Will anything relevant happen between the time the man leaves at 8:04 and when either he or his wife return home later in the day?
Does the son need to do something relevant during the day?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Fri Oct 21, 2016 6:33 pm

GalFisk
If the son is sleeping through it all, is it pointless? Yes.
Does he do this to make the son feel happy? Safe? Cared for? Watched? No to all.


CoffeeBean
Is the son aware of all that the dad does between the time he leaves at 8:00 and the time he leaves at 8:04? Possibly. He's not supposed to, but may have caught on at some point.
Or is he oblivious to all of it? See above.
When the man leaves at 8:04, is the son left home alone? Yes. Or will someone else arrive shortly after the dad leaves? No.
Does the man exit the house by the same door at 8:00 and at 8:04? Yes. Does this matter? No.
When the man comes back at 8:03, does he bring something into the house with him that he didn't have when he left the house 3 minutes earlier? No.
Does the man do the same thing every time he re-enters the house? Yes. Is he checking to see if his son is awake? Yes - but also something else.
When he comes into the house at 8:03, does he then go to look at something? Yes. To perform some action? No. To activate something? No. To de-activate something? No. To write something? No. To read something? No.
Does he go into the living room/family room when he comes back in? <- This one. His bedroom? The garage? Another kind of room?
Is anyone else aware of the man's actions on these mornings besides the man himself? No. His son? Another person?
Will anything relevant happen between the time the man leaves at 8:04 and when either he or his wife return home later in the day? No.
Does the son need to do something relevant during the day? No.
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Acridian9 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 6:37 pm

An object relevant? TV? game console?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby CoffeeBean » Fri Oct 21, 2016 7:37 pm

Does the man do anything relevant when he's outside from 8:00-8:03? Does he just kill time? Is there a reason he needs to be out of the house during this time, or could he just wait inside? Is he trying to give the impression that he's gone for the day when he leaves at 8:00?
Would the man still do this if his son wasn't home when he left? Like if the son went to a friend's house to spend the night and wasn't going to be home until the next afternoon, would the man still go through this routine of leaving, coming back and then leaving again?
Does the man go into the living room to look at the TV? Another device? To listen to something? To turn a device on? To turn a device off?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Mon Oct 24, 2016 3:54 pm

Acridian9
An object relevant? Yes. TV? game console? Neither of these but close enough - it's a desktop computer.


CoffeeBean
Does the man do anything relevant when he's outside from 8:00-8:03? No. Does he just kill time? Yes. Is there a reason he needs to be out of the house during this time, or could he just wait inside? No, because... Is he trying to give the impression that he's gone for the day when he leaves at 8:00? Precisely.

Would the man still do this if his son wasn't home when he left? No. Like if the son went to a friend's house to spend the night and wasn't going to be home until the next afternoon, would the man still go through this routine of leaving, coming back and then leaving again? No he would not.
Does the man go into the living room to look at the TV? Another device? <- This one. It's a computer, as mentioned above. To listen to something? To turn a device on? To turn a device off? No to these.


Excellent round of questions. It seems as though we're nearing the solution.
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby GalFisk » Mon Oct 24, 2016 5:21 pm

Does he use the computer? Turn it on? Off? Does his son use it? Is he allowed to? Does his son use another computing device? If so, is he allowed to? Does the man do something that his son thinks someone else does? That he thinks happens without anyone doing it?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby CoffeeBean » Mon Oct 24, 2016 7:09 pm

Is the computer power on when the man re-enters the house? Or is it off? Does he turn it on or off?
Does the man just look at the monitor? Or does he use a program? Use the internet? Check email? View something on a web-cam?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby JenBurdoo » Mon Oct 31, 2016 1:14 am

Does he suspect his son of anything? Is he testing him in some way, for example to see if the kid goes immediately to the computer to search for something objectionable the moment his dad is out the door? Does he do anything relevant while waiting the three minutes, like smoke, or circle the house? Is what sort of structure he lives in or what part of the country he lives in relevant?
Is it relevant that a 10-year-old wouldn't normally be up at 8:00am on a vacation day?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Twilightseeker » Mon Oct 31, 2016 9:16 am

Is his son at home from school during the summer? But maybe he isn't allowed to be on the computer all day? And so his dad comes back after three minutes to try to check if his son really is using the computer?
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Re: [Tiger] The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Tiger » Tue Nov 01, 2016 3:43 pm

Apologies for the lack of responses and many thanks for all of the wonderful questions! Seeing as how this is ready to be spoiled, I'm only going to include the question that solves the puzzle for the sake of brevity.

JenBurdoo
Does he suspect his son of anything? Is he testing him in some way, for example to see if the kid goes immediately to the computer to search for something objectionable the moment his dad is out the door?
Mostly spot on.

**********SPOILER**********
The son in the puzzle is yours truly, and the man is my father.
Growing up, we only had one computer in the house, and it was in the living room. I had gotten in trouble before for spending too much time on the computer, so my parents set a rule that I was only allowed on for an hour a day once they were home. Unfortunately for my immigrant parents, there was no way to enforce this rule when I was home for summer vacation, and since they were not so tech-savvy, they didn't know how to place a parental block or password.

One time, my dad left for work in the morning while I was *supposed* to be asleep. He came back a few minutes later because he had forgotten his car keys, and lo and behold, I was sitting at the computer playing Neopets or whatever other games. Every morning thereafter, for a few months, he would try and catch me out and see if I would do it again.

Thanks everyone for playing!
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Re: [Tiger] *SOLVED* The Fox and the Tanuki

Postby Grip » Tue Nov 01, 2016 3:57 pm

That's what happens when you try to fool your parents! :)
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