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Weddings (Posted on 2007-04-03) Difficulty: 3 of 5
You are at a wedding reception in Knave City and are talking with someone (a knight, knave or liar) who makes the following statements:

  • Chris is married to Alice.
  • Either Alex is married to Coral or Bob is married to Alice but not both.
  • Either Alex isn't married to Betty or Chris isn't married to Coral but not both.
  • I am a knight.


  • The maid of honor (who is a knight) tells you whether the third statement is true or false. From that, you could figure out who is married to whom...

    See The Solution Submitted by Assaf    
    Rating: 3.0000 (2 votes)

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    re: charlies solution | Comment 6 of 9 |
    (In reply to charlies solution by flame)

    According to the problem one person (someone) made all four of the bulleted statements. You are then told that the maid of honor is a knight and commented about that first person's veracity as regards statement number 3.  The maid of honor herself did not make statement number 3; it was just someone who could have been a knight, knave or liar, according to the first paragraph.
      Posted by Charlie on 2007-04-03 11:57:29

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