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# Tag Archives: SymOmega

## Catching a liar

In logical puzzles about truth-tellers and liars, it is always assumed that the questions have just two answers; truth-tellers always give the correct answer and liars the incorrect answer. One might expect that, even in this artificial situation, a liar … Continue reading