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The not-always-lying politician (Posted on 2004-02-27) Difficulty: 3 of 5
There happens to be a politician that might lie at any moment (this isn't unusual) but his conscience bothers him enough (now, that is unusual!) so he won't say two lies in a row.

He said ten consecutive statements.

How many combinations of truths/lies can there be?

See The Solution Submitted by Federico Kereki    
Rating: 4.0000 (5 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
AnswerK Sengupta2008-03-21 12:10:09
No SubjectBryan2004-03-26 14:17:24
No SubjectBryan2004-03-26 14:15:55
No Subjectmichelle2004-03-01 21:59:22
re(2): Repeat: I DID IT MAY WAYTomM2004-03-01 11:02:37
re: Re: FibonacciRichard2004-02-28 12:49:42
Hints/Tipsre: Repeat: I DID IT MAY WAYAdy TZIDON2004-02-28 12:29:03
Some ThoughtsRe: FibonacciPenny2004-02-28 11:31:37
RepeatTomM2004-02-28 10:46:45
Hints/Tipsre: A polite solution and a limit to itAdy TZIDON2004-02-28 09:21:48
SolutionA polite solutionPenny2004-02-28 08:04:16
a gross solutionDan Porter2004-02-27 17:40:47
good problemmatt runchey2004-02-27 17:38:59
Some Thoughtsre(2): Fibo again att:CharlieAdy TZIDON2004-02-27 11:57:21
re: Fibo againCharlie2004-02-27 11:03:24
re(2): Fibo againSilverKnight2004-02-27 10:48:41
Hints/Tipsre(2): Fibo again att: BryanAdy TZIDON2004-02-27 10:48:04
re: Fibo againBryan2004-02-27 10:42:51
SolutionFibo againAdy TZIDON2004-02-27 10:22:03
SolutionsolutionCharlie2004-02-27 08:52:09
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