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1. (Original post by tris0h0h7)
Riddle: Which of these 10 statements is true?

1. At least one of these ten statements is false.
2. At least two of these ten statements are false.
3. At least three of these ten statements are false.
4. At least four of these ten statements are false.
5. At least five of these ten statements are false.
6. At least six of these ten statements are false.
7. At least seven of these ten statements are false.
8. At least eight of these ten statements are false.
9. At least nine of these ten statements are false.
10. At least ten of these ten statements are false.
9 One of them has to be true to answer the initial question.
2. (Original post by tris0h0h7)
Riddle: Which of these 10 statements is true?

1. At least one of these ten statements is false.
2. At least two of these ten statements are false.
3. At least three of these ten statements are false.
4. At least four of these ten statements are false.
5. At least five of these ten statements are false.
6. At least six of these ten statements are false.
7. At least seven of these ten statements are false.
8. At least eight of these ten statements are false.
9. At least nine of these ten statements are false.
10. At least ten of these ten statements are false.
Wtf. It's 9 or 1.
3. (Original post by The Mad Dog)
Wtf. It's 9 or 1.
But wouldn't 1 mean that all of them could be true, while 9 means only 1 other can be correct? I don't even know any more Why do such questions come at early hours
4. (Original post by snowster)
But wouldn't 1 mean that all of them could be true, while 9 means only 1 other can be correct? I don't even know any more Why do such questions come at early hours
think youre right.
5. (Original post by WeeGuy)
think youre right.
6. (Original post by WeeGuy)
think youre right.
(Original post by snowster)
I don't see how 9 can be right... if at least 9 of the statements are false (which is true if #9 is true) then by definition #s1-8 are all true making it wrong

I don't think there's an answer..

EDIT I understand now, yeah it is 9
7. (Original post by Stevo F)
I don't see how 9 can be right... if at least 9 of the statements are false (which is true if #9 is true) then by definition #s1-8 are all true making it wrong

I don't think there's an answer..

EDIT im confused
One of the statements has to be true. Therefore by using statement number 9, at least 9/10 are false, leaving one of them to be true..?
8. correct ^^
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