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Coat Confusion (Where's My Coat? in the UK version) is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.

Puzzle

US Version

The four children below were playing in a park when they suddenly realized they needed to go home. In their haste, however, they mixed up their coats!

A: "I forgot my coat..."
B: "Hey! A's name is written in this coat!"
C: "Wait a minute. I didn't even bring a coat today, but I'm wearing one now!"
D: "This definitely isn't my coat."

So, who's wearing D's coat?

UK Version

The four children below were playing in a park when they suddenly realised that they needed to go home. In their haste, however, they mixed up their coats!
A: "I left my coat in the park..."

B: "Hey, A's name is written in this coat!"

C: "Oh no! I didn't bring a coat out with me, but now I'm wearing someone else's."

D: "This coat isn't mine."

Who's wearing D's coat?

Hints




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If you think rationally about whose coat each child is wearing, you should figure out the answer in no time.

For example, you know B is wearing A's coat, right?

A isn't wearing a coat.

B is wearing A's coat.

C is wearing a coat, even thought he didn't bring one...but it's not A's.

It's a little convoluted, but the answer's in there somewhere.

Since C didn't bring a coat, there are only three present: A's, B's, and D's. B is wearing A's coat, and D isn't wearing his own coat...

Got it now?

The only coats you need to worry about are B's and D's.

If you read all of the statements again, you should figure it out.


Solution

Incorrect

Too bad!

D isn't wearing his own coat, and there are three other children present. Use their statements to narrow down who's wearing what.

Correct

US Version

Correct!

A, B, and D all brought coats to the park. B is wearing A's coat. So this just leaves the coats that B and D originally brought. D isn't wearing his own coat, so he must be wearing B's.

This means C must be wearing D's coat!

UK Version

That's right!

The answer is C. A, B and D all had coats with them. B is wearing A's coat. That leaves B and D's coats, but since D isn't wearing his own coat, he must be wearing B's. As such, you know that C is wearing D's coat.

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