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i don't get this game! :)
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got it:
33 -> 11 -> 6 -> 3 -> 4

pretty cool :)
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:) It's 3 --> 5 --> 4 :)
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Yep. Went back and doubled checked the hint to make sure, then it was easy sailing from then on.

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Here's another one from my Geometry textbook about logic...

Which is true?
A. All of the below
B. None of the below
C. One of the above
D. All of the above
E. None of the above
F. None of the above

You can post the answer this time :)
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D. All of the Above :)
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How can A and B both be true?
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Lol, I was only looking at the Above probably. Will have to think about that. Mind you, I'm not too sharp mind, I've slept like 7 hours today :)
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I say "F". Ron
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Closer...
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E
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Now that you said closer, I'd have to agree with frantique after re-reading it. E it 'tis.

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Right on! I'll give you another when I get t o school.
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3. Green Glass Doors

What's behind the green glass door and what's not? Figure out the rule, and like the above provide an example. This one's a bit easier :)
  • Tree is behind the green glass door... a leaf is not.
  • Houses do not exist, though walls, roofs, and floors do
  • There exists a green glass door but no windows.
It's not too hard :)
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So, behind this green glass door, there could be a rooster, but not a chicken...
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