QUESTION: "In the school lunchroom, one table and half a table ate a pizza and a half in a minute and a half. At the same rate, how many pizzas could two tables of hungry children eat in three minutes?"
MY ANSWER: "Six"
ACTUAL (B.S.) ANSWER: "four pizzas (Each table eats a pizza in a minute and a half, so the cafeteria manager will need four pizzas.)"
CONSENSUS: Hogwash! Each table and a half eats a pizza in a minute and a half, not each table. Each table actually eats a pizza in a minute, which means that in three minutes they would eat three pizzas...and in three minutes two tables would eat six pizzas. The answer is six, and my Mensa calendar contains a typo. Who do I report this to? (Also, why did a character of "cafeteria manager" need to enter into this scenario? Feels extraneous.)