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 The Trek BBS Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning"

 Miscellaneous Discussion of non-Trek topics.

 August 3 2009, 09:33 PM #1 Jadzia on holiday   Location: England Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" I have 4 different objects on my desk. These objects can be shaped either square, circular or triangular. They can be coloured either red, yellow or green. And they can be textured either smooth, rough or furry. Now read carefully... Every green shape I have is either a triangle or a square, but squares are never furry independent of what colour they are. All three colours are represented in my four objects, but the yellow shapes are never square, and neither triangles nor circles are rough. I have more circles than smooth shapes. And if smooth shapes are not red, then they must at least be square. While with rough shapes, if they're not circles, they must at least be yellow. Triangles are never furry. Although circles must at least be red or furry. Tell me what four objects I have. Send answers via PM to me. Do NOT post your answers in this thread. Good luck! __________________ .
 August 3 2009, 09:35 PM #2 trampledamage Clone     Location: hitching a ride to Erebor Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" Who knew there could be a Monday puzzle more difficult than Zion's first one? Shall get out the pencil and paper and start pondering... __________________ Space is disease and danger wrapped in darkness and silence - Dr. McCoy And he says that like it's a bad thing...
 August 3 2009, 09:38 PM #3 Zulu Romeo World Famous Starship Captain Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" I know the answer. [And I know why. - someone] __________________ "In Germany, fear comes before sex... and if you're lucky, then a little bit later, an elf." -- Victoria Coren Mitchell "Everybody has a secret world inside of them..." -- Neil Gaiman
 August 3 2009, 10:37 PM #4 trampledamage Clone     Location: hitching a ride to Erebor Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" I'm assuming there's only one correct answer - so if I'm getting more than one, I'm doing something wrong! __________________ Space is disease and danger wrapped in darkness and silence - Dr. McCoy And he says that like it's a bad thing...
 August 3 2009, 10:37 PM #5 CorporalClegg Admiral     Location: Land of Enchantment Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" As I said last week: There are FOUR lights! __________________ If you can read this signature, you're dying.
August 3 2009, 10:40 PM   #6
Zulu Romeo
World Famous Starship Captain

Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning"

 CorporalClegg wrote: As I said last week: There are FOUR lights!
There are FOUR objects.
__________________
"In Germany, fear comes before sex... and if you're lucky, then a little bit later, an elf." -- Victoria Coren Mitchell

 August 3 2009, 11:12 PM #7 Jim Gamma Rear Admiral     Location: London Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" Sent in my PM, worked out the logic... I hope! __________________ My LJ TrekBBS LJ community (AKA Jim Gamma)
 August 3 2009, 11:26 PM #8 Jadzia on holiday   Location: England Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" Jim Gamma is first to guess correctly. Well done. __________________ .
 August 4 2009, 12:43 AM #9 RJDiogenes Idealistic Cynic and Canon Champion     Location: RJDiogenes of Boston Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" Well, of course he is. I'm going to go out and rent a Parrot.... __________________ Please stop by my Gallery and YouTube Page for a visit. And read Trunkards! And check out my Heroes essays.
 August 4 2009, 02:04 AM #10 Candlelight Admiral     Location: New Zealand Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" I have no idea what these are, then again I'm not very good that these. __________________ "I'd rather be judged by twelve than carried by six."
 August 4 2009, 02:47 AM #11 Kelthaz Rear Admiral     Location: Toronto, Ontario Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" Thank god. No more numbers. I finally have a chance at this. __________________ "Who are you?! And how did you get in here?!" "I'm the locksmith. And... I'm the locksmith."
 August 4 2009, 03:15 AM #12 Da'an Commander     Location: Shibuya UG Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" For some reason this puzzle reminds me of a sudoku.
August 4 2009, 08:36 AM   #13
Zulu Romeo
World Famous Starship Captain

Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning"

 Kelthaz wrote: Thank god. No more numbers.
I'll be back.
__________________
"In Germany, fear comes before sex... and if you're lucky, then a little bit later, an elf." -- Victoria Coren Mitchell

 August 4 2009, 08:55 AM #14 Jadzia on holiday   Location: England Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" K'ehleyr is second to guess correctly. Well done. __________________ .
 August 4 2009, 01:32 PM #15 kathryn i am Rear Admiral     Location: escaping from the bunch Re: Monday Puzzle #3: "Circular Reasoning" Sent in my guess - fingers crossed! ETA: Back to the drawing board..... __________________ have you peeled a banana today? Last edited by kathryn i am; August 4 2009 at 01:43 PM.

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