## Interest

on Aug 20, 2006

# Stumblers Who Commented On This Page

## neil15482

### neil15482

I guess it was fun, but putting up with the phrase "Confirming your logical mind -- or just giving up too early?" before viewing each and every answer got old.

## Cineaste

### Mark

From the page: "These Classic Logic Problems are the easiest of the three types, and can be thought of as building blocks to some of the more difficult exercises. The use of simple math and logical deduction will provide the key to these clever problems."

## Coolies

### Coolies

Wow, these puzzles are a little harder than the ones I usually find on the net. Brilliant!

## bamaG33K

### o0b3R.g0oB3r://~G33K~L_33t.v64/#536188

From the page:

A. The number of false statements here is one.

B. The number of false statements here is two.

C. The number of false statements here is three.

D. The number of false statements here is four.

Which of the above statements is true?

## andrew222

### Andrew

More logic puzzles :-)

## xfuzzylogic

### xfuzzylogic

My mind ached after this...

## Kirro

## Miles

Some of these are merely math problems in disguise, and the ones that aren't have been used so many times that I know the solution without even having to think about it.