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Whats a clear explanation for a question where a man is locked in a room with one question 2 doors with a guard in front of each and 1 tells the truth the other a lie and only one door leads to safety?
The Lady of the Tiger Refer to questions like this as "The Lady or the Tiger" questions. A similar fable exists in literature. A man is offered two doors, one leads to a beaut…iful woman and escape, the other to a fierce tiger who will rip him to shreds. This type of question is often discussed in the context of having to make crucial decisions without a lot of information. The full riddle goes like this: You are locked in a room with 2 doors - one leads to safety - the other to certain death. There are 2 men in the room - one always tells the truth - the other always lies. You can ask 1 person 1 question that can be answered yes or no. What's the question that gets you safely out of the room? Answer - it must be a question that returns the same answer regardless of who you ask about which door, as follows: "If I ask him (you can ask this question of either one) if that door (point to door 1 or door 2) leads to safety, will he say 'yes'?" Discussion: If you've asked the one who always tells the truth and the door you pointed to leads to safety, the truthful one will truthfully tell you that the liar will say "no". If you've asked the liar and the door you pointed to leads to safety, the liar will tell you that the truthful one will say "no". So, regardless, the door that gets the "no" answer leads to safety. The door that leads to danger gets a "yes". It sounds like a good illustration of the meaning of the word dilemma. Whoever posted this answer didn't answer it at all! Another Answer Ask which one likes cookies. The lying one will say no because everyone liks cookies!
Explain There are two doors and there is one guard for each door one door leads to life and the other leads to death you have only one question to ask and one of the guard tells only lies?
Walk up to either guard and say to him: "what would the other guard say if i asked if this door leads to life" if he has it isn't life then it really is, one guard lies and on…e tells the truth, the one that lie's will always lie, and the one that tells you the truth is telling you what the one lying would say, so what ever they say would be a lie, so just go with opposite of what ever they say
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
There are 2 fountains 1 poisonous 1 water There are also 2 guards 1 always lies and 1 always tells the truth To get a drink of water what one question should you ask them?
You should ask one of the guards "If I asked the other guard which fountain to drink from, what would he tell me?" Then, you should drink from the fountain that was not given… in the answer to the question. The lying guard tells you the poisonous one, as that is not what the truthful one would say. The truthful guard also says the poisonous one, because that is what the lying guard would tell you. Because of the compulsion to lie or tell the truth, neither one can tell you the correct one to drink from. But you can still get your water. This is a form of the Liar's Paradox and is represented by three other questions linked below.
There are two guards and two doors; one door to doom and one door to freedom. One guard will always lie, the other will tell the truth. You have one question. What do you ask… to gain freedom? All you have to do is ask either guard what the other one will say if you asked the door to freedom. The liar will tell you the truth teller will lie and tell you that the freedom door is the doom door. The truth teller will tell you that the liar will lie and tell you that the freedom door is the doom door. In either case you simply take the other door, which you know is the door to freedom.
Point guards usually dribble the ball to half court, annouce the play that will be played and most of the time they are the smallest on their team......
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Those who are close to Jehovah enjoy another blessing-divine protection. The psalmist David, who was no stranger to adversity, wrote: "Jehovah is near to all those calling upo…n him, to all those who call upon him in trueness. The desire of those fearing him he will perform, and their cry for help he will hear, and he will save them. Jehovah is guarding all those loving him." (Psalm 145:18-20) Yes, Jehovah is near to those who love him and therefore can be swift in responding to their cries for help. 9 Why do we need divine protection? In addition to feeling the effects of living in these "critical times hard to deal with," true Christians are a special target of Jehovah's chief Adversary, Satan the Devil. (2 Timothy 3:1) That crafty enemy is out "to devour" us. (1 Peter 5:8) Satan persecutes, pressures, and tempts us. He also looks for attitudes of mind and heart that he can exploit. He has an objective in mind: to weaken our faith and consume us spiritually. (Revelation 12:12, 17) Since we have such a powerful foe to contend with, is it not reassuring to know that "Jehovah is guarding all those loving him"? His promise of protection does not guarantee us a problem-free life in this system; nor does it mean that he is obligated to work miracles in our behalf. Nevertheless, Jehovah does provide physical protection for his people as a group. After all, he would never allow the Devil to efface true worshipers from the earth! (2 Peter 2:9) Above all, Jehovah protects us spiritually. He equips us with what we need to endure trials and to safeguard our relationship with him. In the long run, spiritual protection is the most important kind of protection. Why? As long as we have our relationship with Jehovah, nothing-not even death-can do us lasting harm.-Matthew 10:28. 11 Jehovah has made abundant provisions for the spiritual protection of those who are close to him. Through his Word, the Bible, he grants us wisdom to cope with various trials. (James 1:2-5) Applying the practical counsel found in the Scriptures makes a difference. In addition, Jehovah gives "holy spirit to those asking him." (Luke 11:13) That spirit is the most powerful force in the universe, so it can certainly equip us to face successfully any trial or temptation that may come our way. Through Christ, Jehovah provides "gifts in men." (Ephesians 4:8) These spiritually qualified men endeavor to reflect Jehovah's own heartfelt compassion in helping fellow worshipers.-James 5:14, 15. 12 Jehovah provides something else to safeguard us: spiritual food at the proper time. (Matthew 24:45) By means of printed publications, including the journals The Watchtower and Awake!, as well as by meetings, assemblies, and conventions, Jehovah supplies us with what we need when we need it. Can you recall an occasion when you heard something at a Christian meeting, an assembly, or a convention that touched your heart and strengthened or comforted you? Have you ever read an article in one of the above-mentioned journals and felt that it was written for you? 13 One of Satan's most effective weapons is discouragement, and we are not immune to its effects. He well knows that prolonged despondency can rob us of strength, even making us vulnerable. (Proverbs 24:10) Because Satan is trying to capitalize on negative feelings, we need help. The Watchtower and Awake! magazines have occasionally featured articles that help us to combat discouragement. Regarding one such article, a Christian sister wrote: "I read the article almost every day, and the tears still well up. I keep it by my bed so that I can have it with me whenever I am feeling down. Through articles like these, I can just feel Jehovah's protective arms embracing me." Are we not grateful to Jehovah for supplying us with timely spiritual food? Remember, his provisions for our spiritual well-being are evidence that he is close to us and has placed us under his protective care.
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im guessing yes so nobody would try to sneak in.
In The Bible
Judas led the guards to Jesus, intending to betray him with a kiss. Jesus stopped him saying "Judas, are you betraying the Son of Man with a kiss?" Luke 22:47.
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