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Lucky and Unlucky Numbers (Posted on 2009-02-01) Difficulty: 2 of 5
There are 4 persons A,B,C and D of which 2 are liars and 2 are knights. Each of these persons has a lucky and an unlucky number. All the 8 numbers are different and they are from 1 to 9 only. It is known that sum of lucky and unlucky numbers is same for all of these 4 persons and also sum of lucky numbers is greater than sum of unlucky numbers. Find the lucky and unlucky numbers for each of them if they made the following statements:

A:
C's lucky number is 7.
The missing number is 5.

B:
C's unlucky number is 4.
D's lucky number is 2.

C:
A is a liar.
B's lucky number is 6.

D:
The product of B's numbers is 24.
The maximum of all our numbers is A's lucky number.

Note: The missing number is the number from 1 to 9 which is not any one of these people's lucky or unlucky number.

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionLucky solutionMath Man2011-01-08 18:51:04
No SubjectAndre2010-05-24 17:03:30
SolutionDej Mar2009-10-02 02:41:53
Solutionsirisha2009-10-01 10:33:04
re: SolutionMark2009-08-02 06:25:45
Tries to look from another point of viewdimen2009-03-05 12:14:53
Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2009-02-02 10:26:32
SolutionSolutionRobby Goetschalckx2009-02-01 14:27:18
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