Originally posted by TheBloopWhich way would your brother say goes to the specialist?
A man developed laryngitis and needed to see a specialist who's office was in a far away city. The problem is that on the way out of his town, the road forks. Neither of the resulting roads are marked. One road leads to the specialist's city while the other road leads you in the opposite direction.
To make matters worse, there are only two people who k ...[text shortened]... in which will enable him to immediately deduce which road is the correct road to the specialist?
Originally posted by perihelionYou are correct.
Which way would your brother say goes to the specialist?
Then go the opposite way.
Originally posted by orfeoAssuming that you mean the questions in the thread
The USEFUL facts are identical. Two options. Two people, one lies and one tells the truth. One question to ask.
Originally posted by iamatigerYes, what I'm saying that this puzzle is exactly the same as the first one in that thread. If we wanted to, we could make harder variations of this one as well, but there's not really much point.
Assuming that you mean the questions in the thread
"You probably heard this one but i dont know the... "
Then the ones at the end of the thread are much harder than that!