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#1 dolgado



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Posted 28 November 2007 - 09:27 PM

A man is put behind bars...the Jail has two doors, one leads to freedom, the other leading back to jail. Two guards - guard the two doors. One of the guard always speaks the truth, where as the other always lies.
Man behind the bars does neither know which doors lead where, nor does he know which guard speaks what (Truth/lies).
He is given an option of asking just one question to one of the guards for attempting to get freedom.
He asks this question and gets his freedom :D ...What’s the question????
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Posted 28 November 2007 - 09:31 PM

it's one of my favorites ... I have already posted it - check logic problem called Honestants and Swindlecants III.

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