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# Riddle time!

 Posts: 3,784 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 7:33:18 AMPosted: 4 years agoOne of A, B, C and D has committed a crime with the help of another one of them. Here are the statements given by the four individuals. The statements of the criminal and his accomplice are false and those of the remaining two are true.A: If B is guilty of something, then C must be innocent.B: If A is innocent, then C must be guilty.C: If B was the killer, then D must have nothing to do with the crime.D: I am innocent.Who is the killer, and who is his accomplice?I just, the time I have spent on this question is a disgrace. And I have a test. And I am supposed to solve these questions in a minute and a half, and I have spent close to an hour on this thing now. halp.
 Posts: 3,784 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 8:40:08 AMPosted: 4 years agoOkay, ignore. I presume the question is wrong/ flawed. There are a lot of possible combinations here.
 Posts: 2,022 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 8:45:53 AMPosted: 4 years agoAt 5/12/2014 7:33:18 AM, Cermank wrote:One of A, B, C and D has committed a crime with the help of another one of them. Here are the statements given by the four individuals. The statements of the criminal and his accomplice are false and those of the remaining two are true.A: If B is guilty of something, then C must be innocent.B: If A is innocent, then C must be guilty.C: If B was the killer, then D must have nothing to do with the crime.D: I am innocent.Who is the killer, and who is his accomplice?I just, the time I have spent on this question is a disgrace. And I have a test. And I am supposed to solve these questions in a minute and a half, and I have spent close to an hour on this thing now. halp.B and D did it."I am a mystery and to unlock the mystery at my core, one must simply embrace slendermans hug with no fear."- me "I hearby declare myself a phantom in the darkness."-me
 Posts: 3,784 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 9:17:45 AMPosted: 4 years agoAt 5/12/2014 8:45:53 AM, Linkish1O2 wrote:At 5/12/2014 7:33:18 AM, Cermank wrote:One of A, B, C and D has committed a crime with the help of another one of them. Here are the statements given by the four individuals. The statements of the criminal and his accomplice are false and those of the remaining two are true.A: If B is guilty of something, then C must be innocent.B: If A is innocent, then C must be guilty.C: If B was the killer, then D must have nothing to do with the crime.D: I am innocent.Who is the killer, and who is his accomplice?I just, the time I have spent on this question is a disgrace. And I have a test. And I am supposed to solve these questions in a minute and a half, and I have spent close to an hour on this thing now. halp.B and D did it.Explain
 Posts: 2,022 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 9:20:37 AMPosted: 4 years agoAt 5/12/2014 9:17:45 AM, Cermank wrote:At 5/12/2014 8:45:53 AM, Linkish1O2 wrote:At 5/12/2014 7:33:18 AM, Cermank wrote:One of A, B, C and D has committed a crime with the help of another one of them. Here are the statements given by the four individuals. The statements of the criminal and his accomplice are false and those of the remaining two are true.A: If B is guilty of something, then C must be innocent.B: If A is innocent, then C must be guilty.C: If B was the killer, then D must have nothing to do with the crime.D: I am innocent.Who is the killer, and who is his accomplice?I just, the time I have spent on this question is a disgrace. And I have a test. And I am supposed to solve these questions in a minute and a half, and I have spent close to an hour on this thing now. halp.B and D did it.Explainnevermind i found a roadblock give me a few seconds."I am a mystery and to unlock the mystery at my core, one must simply embrace slendermans hug with no fear."- me "I hearby declare myself a phantom in the darkness."-me
 Posts: 2,022 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 9:24:21 AMPosted: 4 years agoAt 5/12/2014 7:33:18 AM, Cermank wrote:One of A, B, C and D has committed a crime with the help of another one of them. Here are the statements given by the four individuals. The statements of the criminal and his accomplice are false and those of the remaining two are true.A: If B is guilty of something, then C must be innocent.B: If A is innocent, then C must be guilty.C: If B was the killer, then D must have nothing to do with the crime.D: I am innocent.Who is the killer, and who is his accomplice?I just, the time I have spent on this question is a disgrace. And I have a test. And I am supposed to solve these questions in a minute and a half, and I have spent close to an hour on this thing now. halp.ok its C and D, simply because if B and A where false then C has logic to his truth if D was telling the truth as well."I am a mystery and to unlock the mystery at my core, one must simply embrace slendermans hug with no fear."- me "I hearby declare myself a phantom in the darkness."-me
 Posts: 3,784 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 9:36:37 AMPosted: 4 years agoAt 5/12/2014 9:24:21 AM, Linkish1O2 wrote:At 5/12/2014 7:33:18 AM, Cermank wrote:One of A, B, C and D has committed a crime with the help of another one of them. Here are the statements given by the four individuals. The statements of the criminal and his accomplice are false and those of the remaining two are true.A: If B is guilty of something, then C must be innocent.B: If A is innocent, then C must be guilty.C: If B was the killer, then D must have nothing to do with the crime.D: I am innocent.Who is the killer, and who is his accomplice?I just, the time I have spent on this question is a disgrace. And I have a test. And I am supposed to solve these questions in a minute and a half, and I have spent close to an hour on this thing now. halp.ok its C and D, simply because if B and A where false then C has logic to his truth if D was telling the truth as well.Yeah, I was stuck between CD and AD. But then I rechecked the question and I realized that C says that D is innocent contingent on the assumption that B is the *killer*. So B might even be the accomplice, bringing B back into the equation.So even the following combinations are possible-Killer- D Accomplice: BKiller: C Accomplice: DKiller: D Accomplice: CKiller: A Accomplice: DKiller: D Accomplice: AKiller: B Accomplice: AI might be missing a few more here.
 Posts: 2,022 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 9:40:20 AMPosted: 4 years agoAt 5/12/2014 9:36:37 AM, Cermank wrote:At 5/12/2014 9:24:21 AM, Linkish1O2 wrote:At 5/12/2014 7:33:18 AM, Cermank wrote:One of A, B, C and D has committed a crime with the help of another one of them. Here are the statements given by the four individuals. The statements of the criminal and his accomplice are false and those of the remaining two are true.A: If B is guilty of something, then C must be innocent.B: If A is innocent, then C must be guilty.C: If B was the killer, then D must have nothing to do with the crime.D: I am innocent.Who is the killer, and who is his accomplice?I just, the time I have spent on this question is a disgrace. And I have a test. And I am supposed to solve these questions in a minute and a half, and I have spent close to an hour on this thing now. halp.ok its C and D, simply because if B and A where false then C has logic to his truth if D was telling the truth as well.Yeah, I was stuck between CD and AD. But then I rechecked the question and I realized that C says that D is innocent contingent on the assumption that B is the *killer*. So B might even be the accomplice, bringing B back into the equation.yes but B says, if A is innocent, which would mean your AD is wrong...im just saying.So even the following combinations are possible-Killer- D Accomplice: BKiller: C Accomplice: DKiller: D Accomplice: CKiller: A Accomplice: DKiller: D Accomplice: AKiller: B Accomplice: AI might be missing a few more here."I am a mystery and to unlock the mystery at my core, one must simply embrace slendermans hug with no fear."- me "I hearby declare myself a phantom in the darkness."-me
 Posts: 3,784 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 9:46:35 AMPosted: 4 years agoAt 5/12/2014 9:40:20 AM, Linkish1O2 wrote:At 5/12/2014 9:36:37 AM, Cermank wrote:At 5/12/2014 9:24:21 AM, Linkish1O2 wrote:At 5/12/2014 7:33:18 AM, Cermank wrote:One of A, B, C and D has committed a crime with the help of another one of them. Here are the statements given by the four individuals. The statements of the criminal and his accomplice are false and those of the remaining two are true.A: If B is guilty of something, then C must be innocent.B: If A is innocent, then C must be guilty.C: If B was the killer, then D must have nothing to do with the crime.D: I am innocent.Who is the killer, and who is his accomplice?I just, the time I have spent on this question is a disgrace. And I have a test. And I am supposed to solve these questions in a minute and a half, and I have spent close to an hour on this thing now. halp.ok its C and D, simply because if B and A where false then C has logic to his truth if D was telling the truth as well.Yeah, I was stuck between CD and AD. But then I rechecked the question and I realized that C says that D is innocent contingent on the assumption that B is the *killer*. So B might even be the accomplice, bringing B back into the equation.yes but B says, if A is innocent, which would mean your AD is wrong...im just saying.Um, if AD is lying- BD is telling the truth. B says that if A is innocent, then D must be guilty. A isn't innocent, so the proposition is always true. [ In P-> Q statements, if P is false, the statement is unequivocally true]. AD is lying, which implies if B is guilty, C must be guilty, and that D is guilty. Since B is not guilty, B's statement is true again.http://www4.uwsp.edu...So even the following combinations are possible-Killer- D Accomplice: BKiller: C Accomplice: DKiller: D Accomplice: CKiller: A Accomplice: DKiller: D Accomplice: AKiller: B Accomplice: AI might be missing a few more here.
 Posts: 2,022 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 9:54:03 AMPosted: 4 years agoAt 5/12/2014 9:46:35 AM, Cermank wrote:At 5/12/2014 9:40:20 AM, Linkish1O2 wrote:At 5/12/2014 9:36:37 AM, Cermank wrote:At 5/12/2014 9:24:21 AM, Linkish1O2 wrote:At 5/12/2014 7:33:18 AM, Cermank wrote:One of A, B, C and D has committed a crime with the help of another one of them. Here are the statements given by the four individuals. The statements of the criminal and his accomplice are false and those of the remaining two are true.A: If B is guilty of something, then C must be innocent.B: If A is innocent, then C must be guilty.C: If B was the killer, then D must have nothing to do with the crime.D: I am innocent.Who is the killer, and who is his accomplice?I just, the time I have spent on this question is a disgrace. And I have a test. And I am supposed to solve these questions in a minute and a half, and I have spent close to an hour on this thing now. halp.ok its C and D, simply because if B and A where false then C has logic to his truth if D was telling the truth as well.Yeah, I was stuck between CD and AD. But then I rechecked the question and I realized that C says that D is innocent contingent on the assumption that B is the *killer*. So B might even be the accomplice, bringing B back into the equation.yes but B says, if A is innocent, which would mean your AD is wrong...im just saying.Um, if AD is lying- BD is telling the truth. B says that if A is innocent, then D must be guilty. A isn't innocent, so the proposition is always true. [ In P-> Q statements, if P is false, the statement is unequivocally true]. AD is lying, which implies if B is guilty, C must be guilty, and that D is guilty. Since B is not guilty, B's statement is true again.yes still if B was telling the truth but A was NOT innocent then b lied.http://www4.uwsp.edu...So even the following combinations are possible-Killer- D Accomplice: BKiller: C Accomplice: DKiller: D Accomplice: CKiller: A Accomplice: DKiller: D Accomplice: AKiller: B Accomplice: AI might be missing a few more here."I am a mystery and to unlock the mystery at my core, one must simply embrace slendermans hug with no fear."- me "I hearby declare myself a phantom in the darkness."-me
 Posts: 3,784 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 10:02:58 AMPosted: 4 years agoAt 5/12/2014 9:54:03 AM, Linkish1O2 wrote:At 5/12/2014 9:46:35 AM, Cermank wrote:At 5/12/2014 9:40:20 AM, Linkish1O2 wrote:At 5/12/2014 9:36:37 AM, Cermank wrote:At 5/12/2014 9:24:21 AM, Linkish1O2 wrote:At 5/12/2014 7:33:18 AM, Cermank wrote:One of A, B, C and D has committed a crime with the help of another one of them. Here are the statements given by the four individuals. The statements of the criminal and his accomplice are false and those of the remaining two are true.A: If B is guilty of something, then C must be innocent.B: If A is innocent, then C must be guilty.C: If B was the killer, then D must have nothing to do with the crime.D: I am innocent.Who is the killer, and who is his accomplice?I just, the time I have spent on this question is a disgrace. And I have a test. And I am supposed to solve these questions in a minute and a half, and I have spent close to an hour on this thing now. halp.ok its C and D, simply because if B and A where false then C has logic to his truth if D was telling the truth as well.Yeah, I was stuck between CD and AD. But then I rechecked the question and I realized that C says that D is innocent contingent on the assumption that B is the *killer*. So B might even be the accomplice, bringing B back into the equation.yes but B says, if A is innocent, which would mean your AD is wrong...im just saying.Um, if AD is lying- BD is telling the truth. B says that if A is innocent, then D must be guilty. A isn't innocent, so the proposition is always true. [ In P-> Q statements, if P is false, the statement is unequivocally true]. AD is lying, which implies if B is guilty, C must be guilty, and that D is guilty. Since B is not guilty, B's statement is true again.yes still if B was telling the truth but A was NOT innocent then b lied.B never said A was innocent. He said that IF A was innocent, C was guilty.http://www4.uwsp.edu...So even the following combinations are possible-Killer- D Accomplice: BKiller: C Accomplice: DKiller: D Accomplice: CKiller: A Accomplice: DKiller: D Accomplice: AKiller: B Accomplice: AI might be missing a few more here.
 Posts: 3,784 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 10:05:11 AMPosted: 4 years agoThe question isn't wrong apparently. It came on this exam twice.
 Posts: 852 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 10:08:46 AMPosted: 4 years agoThere are three houses. The first house is one story tall, the second house is two stories tall, and the third house is three stories tall. The first house is completely white, the second house is completely blue, and the third house is completely green.Answer these three questions:1. What is the color of the floors of the third house?2. What is the color of the walls of the second house?3. What is the color of the stairs of the first house?
 Posts: 3,784 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 5/12/2014 10:13:13 AMPosted: 4 years agoAt 5/12/2014 10:08:46 AM, Defro wrote:There are three houses. The first house is one story tall, the second house is two stories tall, and the third house is three stories tall. The first house is completely white, the second house is completely blue, and the third house is completely green.Answer these three questions:1. What is the color of the floors of the third house?white ?2. What is the color of the walls of the second house?blue?3. What is the color of the stairs of the first house?No stairs because 1 storey?