To me, it seems that if you suggest a solution that you later realize doesn’t work then you would seem more intelligent admitting its wrong rather than asserting it isn’t. It’s ok to be wrong sometimes but admitting when you are is what truly matters.
Absolutely. And the title is a bit tongue in cheek. You can't guarantee a correct answer, but some of these behaviors ensure a wrong one. And others help make the possibility more likely.
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