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What Is The Number? (Posted on 2007-03-16) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Alex, Bert, and Carl know a specific number 1 to 9. From the statements below can you determine the number knowing one of them made three true statements and one of them made three false statements?

Alex: The number is less than or equal to 5.
Bert: The number is 2, 4, 7, or 9.
Carl: The number is even.
Alex: Bert's first statement is false.
Carl: The number is at least 5.
Bert: The number is odd.
Carl: Alex's first statement is true.
Alex: The number is not 1, 2, 8, nor 9.
Bert: Carl made exactly one true statement.

See The Solution Submitted by Brian Smith    
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  Subject Author Date
SolutionsolutionPraneeth Yalavarthi2007-07-09 11:30:43
Some ThoughtsI think...Fox2007-03-27 01:51:19
No SubjectRicardo E. Ayala2007-03-22 18:33:18
SolutionFull Solution... with explanationSyzygy2007-03-18 01:57:42
logic say that I was wrongDamo2007-03-18 01:19:39
What is the numberDamo2007-03-18 01:13:23
re: the answer is 9Charlie2007-03-17 14:23:53
the answer is 9shaban2007-03-17 09:18:59
SolutionMy thinking ...Justin2007-03-16 14:36:00
SolutionEasy check solutionGamer2007-03-16 10:54:34
Solutionthe tableCharlie2007-03-16 08:31:26
SolutionToo busy (spoiler)Vernon Lewis2007-03-16 08:08:31
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