One of the few things that the school system never really teaches you is that there is a difference between being right and simply being not wrong. While many things technically aren’t “incorrect,” something about them seems eerily too vague or coincidental to really be considered “correct” in a specific context.
These are just some examples of people who found a loophole in order to be not wrong.
I Mean, That’s What It Really Looked Like
The worst part about just every math test or assignment from grade school was having to “show your thinking” for how you got the answer. It’s math: it’s about the destination, not the journey.