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There are two people A and B, one is knight & another is knave. A says - At least one of us is a knave. What are A & B?

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There are two people, A and B, each of whom is either a knight or a knave.
A says, "At least one of us is a knave."
What are A and B?

Details and Assumptions:
A knight always tells the truth.
A knave always lies.

posted Jan 16, 2017 by anonymous

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A Knave can't say that statement in this situation as he must always lie. And if he said it, it's impossible to be a lie if you think about it. So A must be a knight and since he always tells the truth B has to be a Knave.

answer Jan 16, 2017 by Tejas Naik

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