Originally posted by fearlessleader it's odvious: it's the fourth one.

How can it be the fourth one? If you read the sixth carefully, it obviously discounts the fourth, leaving only the second as a viable option - either you have fallen for the red herring or I am missing something!

Originally posted by kody magic How can it be the fourth one? If you read the sixth carefully, it obviously discounts the fourth, leaving only the second as a viable option - either you have fallen for the red herring or I am missing something!

i'm fairly certain it's the fourth:

the sixth is modified by the naidar, as is the second, thus acording to the third nither can be valid. the third must be valid, acording to epsolon. that leavs the fourth as the only applicable option. here's a more compleat explination:

Originally posted by fearlessleader i'm fairly certain it's the fourth:

the sixth is modified by the naidar, as is the second, thus acording to the third nither can be valid. the third must be valid, acording to epsolon. that leavs the fourth as the only applicable option. here's a more compleat explination:

K^?

n [p

...[text shortened]... 4#t
5#s

get it?

I see your error!! Vodant's theory expressly prevents the holdum of the danthan, thus K^? becomes 3?^Kn.

Also, I think you have transposed 'and' and 'but', which gives you 3#r, but 'but' and 'and' read correctly gives 3.2#r.