Door 2
Comx - unclejoe
Door 2
Comx - unclejoe
door 1 is a trap, door 2 is safe
door 1 is a trap, door 2 is safe
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ats: Door II ARE SAFE
Door II is safe Door I is a trap
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Door 2
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Door 1 is safe
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First door, because I believe the sign is true.
If the first door offers a safe path, the sign on this door is true,
the sign on this door means: that it is the first door.. is true.. and the first door and the second are safe
but if it's a trap, the sign is false.
In this case it isn't the first door.. It is the second..
Yet, if the second door offers a safe path, the sign on that door is false,
the sign is false means: it isn't the second door but it is the first one.. and it is safe
and if it's a trap, the sign is true.
The sign is true means: yes it is the second door and it is a trap
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Door II
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Servers : PTR X3 ( ts80 ) and comx ( tx3 )
Answer :
Lets Assume Door1 Offers a safe Path, then according to the assumptions of the riddle, the sign must be true, and both doors should be safe, but again according to assumptions, if door2 is safe, the sign must be false.. and both doors cannot be safe, so we come to the conclusion that first door is not safe, and the sign is false, and since the signs are same, so both doors are not safe, taking all these informations into account, we can say door2 is safe, cuz its sign is false and by the assumptions, if door2 offers a safe path its sign must be false.
Door1 : Unsafe
Door2 : Safe
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Both Doors Are Safe
Only the second door is safe.
Let's assume that the first door is a trap. It says both doors are safe, but since it's a trap the sign is false and at least one of the doors is it a trap.
If we assume that the second door is a trap too, then the sign on it that says "both doors are safe" should be true, which conflicts with our first assumption. When assume that it's safe the sign is false, and no conflict occurs.
Assuming any different scenario would create similar paradoxes, which makes this the only correct solution.
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Answer:
Since the signs say the same thing, they are both true or both false. Suppose they are true; then both doors are safe. This would mean in particular that there is a safe path behind Door II. But we have been told that if Door II is safe, the sign on it is false. This is a contradiction, so the signs are not true, they are both false. That means that first door is a trap, and the safe path is through the second door.