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a logic ques a chocolate bar has been stolen by either child A or B .here are the statement of witnesses- C:A has not stolen the bar D:A has stolen things in the past E:B has stolen things in the past F:E has stolen things in the past G:D and E are right H:D and F are right I:E or F are right,and may be both J:G or H are right,and may be both K:D and I are both right L:J is right and K is wrong suppose that C and L are either both telling the truth or lying.who stole the chocolate bar. state the steps...

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  1. anonymous
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    hey pls help

  2. radar
    • 5 years ago
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    So much information that I keep going in circles. Hope someone can help you with it, I am sure most of the statements can be discarded as irrelevant.

  3. anonymous
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    hey who do u think is the culprit

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