This one made me feel like an idiot.

A bus leaves Chicago to go to New York at noon. A car leaves New York to go to Chicago an hour later, and the car is going 15 mph slower than the bus. When they meet, which is farther from New York?

Difficulty Rating: 5

When they meet they are the same distance from New York.

They’re the same distance, they’ve met.

They are both the same distance from New York. If you want to get technical, then it is the bus because it would is longer than the car (but let’s not get caught up on technicalities).

When they meet, they are (by definition) equidistant from New York.

Maybe I’m reading this wrong, but when they meet, won’t they be the same distance?

When they meet they would be the same distance from either location (I knew it had to be a trick question but it took me way too long to realize the answer).