# What are A and B if A says “B is a Poor” and B says “The two of us are opposite types”?

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A place has two kinds of residents, Poor, who always tell the truth, and their opposites, Rich, who always lie. You encounter two people A and B. What are A and B if A says “B is a Poor” and B says “The two of us are opposite types”?

posted Jul 2, 2017

A and B are both rich. Because A is rich while he is saying 'B is poor', he is lying, making B also rich. While B (is rich) says 'both of us are different types' is lying meaning both rich.

Both are Rich, both are lying.

answer Jul 3, 2017 by anonymous

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