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Kaederfds

  • 2 years ago

Three athletes: Ahmad, Bill, and Claire are preparing to take part in high jump competition. At the time some of the spectators are discussing their chances: Spectator X: "I think Ahmad will be first" Spectator Y: "I am sure that Claire will not be the last" Spectator Z: "Bill will not take first place" After the competition it turned out that only one of the spectators was right, while the other two were wrong. Where did Claire finish?

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  1. mboorstin
    • 2 years ago
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    Suppose X is correct, and the other two are wrong. Then Ahmad was first, Claire was last, and Bill was first, which is a contradiction. Suppose Y is correct. Then Ahmad was not first, Claire was not last, and Bill was first, which is totally possible (B-C-A). Hence Claire finished second.

  2. Kaederfds
    • 2 years ago
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    Ow, thank you. so the answer is second place.. okay ^^

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