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LGBARIDDLE An island is inhabited only by truth-tellers and liars. Truth-tellers always tell the truth, and liars always lie. You meet three inhabitants - Elgee, Bah and Sallote. You first asked Elgee. "Are Bah and Sallote both truth-tellers?" Elgee replied, "Yes" You then asled, "Is Bah a truth-teller?". To your surprise, Elgee answered "No". Determine what they are.

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bah is a truth teller and sallote is a liar, elgee is a liar
why so?
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I think he's correct.. :)
if elgee is a truth teller and elgee told the truth the first time and the second there is a contradiction. So elgee is a liar, which makes bah a truth teller. for the first statement to be a lie, sallote must be a iar.
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