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The riddle of the day #22 - The bald village
posted March 28 2013 21:48.38 by Giorgos Lazaridis

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  • At 30 March 2013, 15:15:14 user Giorgos Lazaridis wrote:   [reply @ Giorgos Lazaridis]
    • @VikingKing say that there are 1001 people in the village. #3 states that no one can have more than 1001 hair. So he must have less than 1001.... This would violate #1 or #2

  • At 30 March 2013, 9:55:26 user VikingKing wrote:   [reply @ VikingKing]
    • There is a flaw in the riddle.
      The way it is stated, a man may have less then 999 hairs or more then 1000 hairs, but none as 1000. So somebody may have 100000 hairs and >1000 people my live in the village.

      The riddle should state that "No one has more then 999 hairs"

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