On evey Sunday Amar, Akbar and Anthony lunch together at
Preetam-Da-Dhaba where they order lassi based on following
1. Unless neither Amar nor Akbar have lassi, Anthony must
2. If Amar does not have lassi, either Akbar or Anthony or
both have it.
3. Anthony has lassi only if either Amar or Akbar or both
4. Akbar and Anthony never have lassi together.
Who order(s) lassi?
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Answer / nandkishor lokhande
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Answer / guest
Amar and Anthony both have lassi whereas Akbar never does.
Fact (2) can be alternatively stated that "either Amar or
Akbar or Anthony must have lassi".
From Fact (3), it can be infered that either Amar or Akbar
must have lassi.
Now, from Fact (1), it is apparent that Anthony too must
have lassi. But according to Fact (4), Akbar cannot have
lassi when Anthony does.
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Answer / unknown
dnt u think that fact 2 and fact 4 contradict each other???
fact 2 says that there is a possibility that both akbar and
anthony have lassi together and fact 4 says the opposite....
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Answer / raj
amar and antony
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Answer / shruthi chandran
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Answer / lassi
kya hai be..teri maa ne amar akbar aur anthony se chudwati
thi..tab tu paida hua...aur unki mooth ka lassi banake pita hai
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Answer / sunakar
Amar orders lossi
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