# Can you tell that one day of the week when both of them will say "Tomorrow, I will lie."?

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Kirti and Preeti are liars. They both lie on some specific days.

Kirti lies of Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. She speaks truth on all other days.

Preeti lies on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. She speaks truth on all other days.

Can you tell that one day of the week when both of them will say "Tomorrow, I will lie."?

posted Oct 22, 2014

Its Thursday.
Because For Kirti its thursday and she speaks truth on thursday, that she will lie on friday,
and For Preeti its thursday and she speaks lie on thursday that she will speak lie on friday but she will speak truth.

Both will say the statement on "Thursday".
Kirti speaks truth on thursday and she says that "Tomorrow, i will lie" , as its Friday tomorrow.
Preethi is lying on thursdays, so she can say" Tomorrow , i will lie".

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