If you are at a fork in the road and there are two people on truth teller and one liar and you have one question to go down the right path but you do not know which one it is what question do you ask?
Ask one of them, 'What would the other person say is the right path?', then go down the opposite path to what they say.
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What one question would you ask an honest gatekeeper and a dishonest gatekeeper so that you'll know the right road to heaven?
Answer . You go up to one of them and say "If I ask the other gatekeeper 'are you honest, will he tell me that you are honest?". If you are talking to the honest gatek…eeper, his answer will be 'no'.. If you are talking to the dishonest gatekeeper, his answer will be 'yes'.. So, you know which is honest after asking the one question.. Or you could ask one of the gatekeepers what the other person would say.. If you ask the honest he'd say to go the wrong way because that's what the other guy would say.. If you asked the dishonest he'd lie and say the wrong way too so you just go the opposite way that they say.
The answer is yes and no, why do i say this because there are many types of questions some questions are merely asked to confirm a point, like some one may ask "did you say yo…u are coming tomorrow?"surely such a one already knows, but would want just to emphasise. others are leading or suggestive questions that is to say a person asking may lead you to say something he/she wants you to say. while some questions are interrogative and searching like questions, lets say those from the police or court prosecutors . therefore, depending on the one asking you , you may know what information he/she is looking for and able to know how much information to give.
If a game asks you a question on horses and you dont know the answer so you go on to a search engine and gives you one but the game tells you that its not right how has got it wrong computer or game?
When you went to search for the answer, did you type it into the search engine the exact way it appeared in the game? Otherwise, the computer's simply going to find an answer …that close to what you ask for or it'll give an answer that normally would be correct, but not correct for the game. Try typing in the exact question posed to you in the game or better yet go to a website that specializes in game strategies, hints and tips or even the official site for the game. That should work...
It's considered polite to answer questions while waiting for your question to be answered. Either that, you lurked around and found the answer to your question and answered… it so others may know.
if you notice that he looks at you in a kind of mushy way you should ask him do you like me?
You are trapped in a room with two doors one leading to freedom and the other to death There are two computers one always lies and one tells the truth What one question could you ask them to escape?
The puzzle is based on only being able to ask one question of either computer and receive one answer. The question, asked to either computer, is " What would the other com…puter say is the way to freedom ?" The one that lies would try to send you the wrong way, knowing that the other computer can only tell the truth, and would tell you the right door. The one that tells the truth would also tell you the wrong door, because it is telling you what the lying computer would say. Whichever computer answers, choose the OTHER door and you will gain freedom. This is based on the Liar's Paradox, where someone who *always* lies cannot say "I am lying." Here, knowing the computers' programming, you know that neither of them can provide the correct (truthful) answer. ===== Alternative #2: Walk up to either computer, point to either door, and say: . If I were to ask you "Does that door lead to freedom?", would you say "yes" ? . You don't have to know which computer you're talking to, and even after you escape, you won't know which it was. But regardless of whether you're talking to the lying computer or the truthful one, the anwer you get will tell you the truth about the door to which you decided to point. This is because the lying computer would lie about the lie he would tell you (a lie about a lie is the truth) and the truthful computer would of course tell you correctly. (This is also the answer to a variation on the riddle, where there is only one answerer who either always tells the truth or always lies, and you do not know which it is.)
If you ask aquestion and the person whom you asked the question too; does notanswer your question for your understanding. The person gives youand answers not satisfying and te…lls you the only answer you aregoing to from me.
If you come to a fork in a road and there are two people there one is a liar and one tells the truth You don't know who is liar or the truthful one what do you ask to find out where you want to go?
you ask one what the other one would say and do the opposite.
When you die you go to a room with two men in it. One is a liar and one tells the truth. There are two doors one to heaven and one to hell?
Ask the guy that tell the truth which door leads to heaven duh
If you are trying to get to town and come to a fork in the road with a man standing at each one is honest one tells lies what question do you ask to lead you on the right path?
You ask one of them "which way would the other person tell me to go" and take the other route. If you ask the liar and lie and point to the wrong route. If you ask the truth t…eller he will tell the truth and point to the wrong route.
Asking a question shows a high level of intellect as one has problem solved a situation - Answering a question is a supportive function engaging in skills such as working as a… team and skill building - < also depends on the question, there are some real bad ones on here.
A girl gets 1 question to ask a liar and a truth-teller They are guarding her 2 paths home What does she ask to find out which path is right?
The girl asks both of them, "What would the other person say is the right path?" They should both point to the wrong path.
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A man is locked in a house A desk has two drawers one has a bomb one has a key to leave the house Two men are present One always lies One always tells the truth What one question can he ask to escape?
There are conditions left out of the question: both men know whichdrawer has the bomb, and they don't care if they get blown up alongwith the man if he picks the drawer with t…he bomb. -- The man would ask either of the other two this question: "If I ask the other guy, what drawer will he tell me has the key?" No matter which one answers, they are telling him the wrong drawer,and the key is in the other drawer. He just picks the other drawer. The liar will lie, and tell him the wrong drawer, since he knowsthat the truth-teller will say the correct drawer. The truth-teller will also tell him the wrong drawer, because heknows the liar will lie and tell him the wrong one. (see the related question, which has several versions of thispuzzle as related questions)
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If no one asked them, then how did they get here?
When you think about the question, pretend like you have asked it already. After see how you feel . . . there shouldn't be any doubts no wondering if theres a what if In your …heart you will know :D if its the right person, you will know
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There is a road with two paths in the middle there is a house with twins one tells lies the other tells the truth and you are entitled to one question What question will you ask?
The question should be, "Are you lying?"
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