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Walking around, you overhear the neighbors talking about a family that consists of a married father and mother, a son, and a daughter.
A. "Mary is certainly younger than Dan."
B. "Say, Mary is older than Lisa, isn't she?"
C. "Sam is younger than Dan, for sure."
D. "No, Lisa and Sam aren't a couple."
Of the four statements above, two are true and two are false. Figure out which statements are accurate, and check the boxes of the two people who are married.
Sam and Mary are the married couple. A and C are lies, while B and D are accurate statements.
The answer comes together when you test each statement. If B is false, then A, C, and D can all potentially be false or correct. Furthermore, if D is incorrect, both B and C must also be assumed to be incorrect.
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