What’s the question, if the answer is ‘No!’

Infinitely many answers questions are possible to the answer, “No”. So, our real task should be to find one of THOSE many, which seems to be a perfect one.

A simple and the first ever logical approach of giving answers to a question is to derive answers from the question, that is, replace some words of the question with reasonable ones and make a statement. (Conversely but ) Similarly, we can try to derive the questions from the given answer.

what's the question?


So, if the answer is “No”.

Since, ‘No’ is the answer… we can ask if this was a question. And since ‘No’ is not a question (as it is an answer), the answer will be obviously, ‘No’…the given one.

Therefore, the very first deduced question may be,

Is this a question?


What other questions could you make from above answer which were completely logical? What would be the question, if the answer was ‘Yes’?

Gaurav Tiwari

A designer by profession, a mathematician by education but a Blogger by hobby. With an experience of over seven years with WordPress, PHP and CSS3, Gaurav is capable of doing almost anything related to these. Beyond that, He is a mathematics graduate & a civil service aspirant.

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