On the Subject of Logic
Logic is easy, but logic AND bomb defusal might not.
- Each row displays 3 letters. Each letter represents a statement which can be found in table 1.
- On each row, solve the statements inside the brackets first.
- Statements are joined with logical connective symbols. Find how each symbol works in table 2.
- Apply negation (NOT gate: false becomes true and true becomes false) to each statement first if the red LED above that statement is lit.
- Find the end result of each row, and then use the T/F button to the right to select True/False. Press “Submit” when done.
See Appendix A for indicator identification reference.
See Appendix B for battery identification reference.
See Appendix C for port identification reference.
Table 1: Statement list
|A||Number of batteries = number of indicators||N||More than 2 battery holders|
|B||Serial number has more letters than digits||O||Has both lit and unlit indicators|
|C||Has IND indicator||P||Has parallel port|
|D||Has FRK indicator||Q||Exactly 2 ports|
|E||Exactly 1 unlit indicator||R||Has PS/2 port|
|F||More than 1 port type||S||Sum of digits in serial number > 10|
|G||2 batteries or more||T||Has MSA indicator|
|H||Less than 2 batteries||U||Exactly 1 battery holder|
|I||Last digit of serial number is odd||V||Serial number contains vowels|
|J||More than 4 batteries||W||No indicators|
|K||Exactly 1 lit indicator||X||Exactly 1 indicator|
|L||More than 2 indicators||Y||More than 5 ports|
|M||No duplicate ports||Z||Less than 2 ports|