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Donuts (Posted on 2007-11-05) Difficulty: 1 of 5
Friends Tom, Dick and Harry are each either a knight, always telling the truth, or a liar, always lying. One day they went to the donut shop and bought six donuts.

Tom claimed to have gotten only one donut, while Dick claimed Tom had two. Harry said Tom had more than three.

All three agreed that Dick had two donuts.

If each of the three got at least one donut and no donuts were shared or divided, how many donuts did each friend get?

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  Subject Author Date
SolAndre2010-05-24 19:06:43
solutionDave2007-11-06 06:02:35
SolutionSolutionK Sengupta2007-11-06 04:07:56
Solution by Brute ForceVernon Lewis2007-11-06 03:55:55
SolutionBrian Smith2007-11-05 11:46:38
SolutionSolutionDej Mar2007-11-05 10:31:03
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