Thread: Question 20
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Old 09-14-2012, 08:25 PM
fgpancorbo fgpancorbo is offline
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Default Re: Question 11

Originally Posted by the cyclist View Post
Hm. I don't think so. I can say the following without giving away too much info:

Out of the first four statements, I am sure three of them are false, because I can create simple counterexamples for them. For the remaining statement, I am not sure yet. (I am neither sure it is true, nor do I have a counterexample.)

So, I have narrowed it down to that one statement or "none of the above". Regardless, I am very confident that there are not two true statements in the list.
I find myself in a similar situation! I spent a couple of hours trying to come up with the counter example to no avail. I then went analytical and I see no easy way to prove it. Still 4 days, so there is time for inspiration .
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