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#1 2017-05-26 08:44:44


About Truth Table

An enormous amount of loot had been stolen from a store. The criminal (or criminals) took the heist away in a car. Three well-known criminals, A, B, and C, were brought to the police station for questioning. The following facts were determined:

1) No one other than A,B, or C was involved in the robbery.

2) C never pulls a job with using A and (possibly others) as an accomplice.

3) B does not know how to drive

Use truth table to determine if A is innocent or guilty?

#2 2017-05-26 09:16:09

Registered: 2017-05-26
Posts: 1

Re: About Truth Table

Look confusing


#3 2017-05-26 21:22:56

bob bundy
Registered: 2010-06-20
Posts: 8,084

Re: About Truth Table

hi meellik

Welcome to the forum.

I made a truth table (as you had this as your title ... wouldn't have otherwise) and got the following possibilities:

A & B did it.
A did it alone.
B & C did it.
C did it alone.

Thus I cannot determine an answer with these constraints.


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#4 2017-06-03 14:45:09

Zeeshan 01
Registered: 2016-07-22
Posts: 648

Re: About Truth Table

Maleek wrote:

2) C never pulls a job with using A and (possibly others) as an accomplice.

C is involved in robbery and he is guilty



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