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Car Tracks in the Snow

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A car is parked in a circular driveway. In front of the car, there is only one set of tire tracks in the snow. Behind the car, there are three sets of tire tracks in the snow. How did this happen? (This actually happened to me one winter.)

The car was parked in the opposite direction when it began snowing. The driver left to run an errand, leaving 1 set of tracks on one side of the driveway. He then returned on the same side as he exited. At this point, there are 2 sets of tracks on one half of the driveway and none on the other. Then the driver leaves a second time, leaving one set of tracks on the other half of the driveway. When he returns the second time, he pulls in on the same side of the driveway that has two tracks, thereby leaving a third track behind his car.

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