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 May 26th, 2017, 12:47 PM #1 Newbie   Joined: May 2017 From: New York Posts: 9 Thanks: 0 Truth Table, Help! I have a problem and I need to solve it, thank you from now.. An enormous amount of loot had been stolen from a store. The criminal (or criminals) took the heist away in a car. Three well-known criminals, A, B, and C, were brought to the police station for questioning. The following facts were determined: 1) No one other than A,B, or C was involved in the robbery. 2) C never pulls a job with using A and (possibly others) as an accomplice. 3) B does not know how to drive Use truth table to determine if A is innocent or guilty?
 May 26th, 2017, 02:30 PM #2 Math Team   Joined: Jan 2015 From: Alabama Posts: 3,191 Thanks: 871 This problem only makes sense if you meant 2) C never pulls a job without using A (and possibly others) as an accomplice. In that case, since "B does not know how to drive", B could not have done it alone. It could only be all three of ABC, or AB, or BC, or A alone, or C alone. Because "C never pulls a job without A", both BC" and "C alone" are impossible. That leaves "all three of ABC", or "AB", or "AC" or "A alone", all of which involve A. Last edited by Country Boy; May 26th, 2017 at 02:38 PM.
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 Originally Posted by Country Boy This problem only makes sense if you meant 2) C never pulls a job without using A (and possibly others) as an accomplice. In that case, since "B does not know how to drive", B could not have done it alone. It could only be all three of ABC, or AB, or BC, or A alone, or C alone. Because "C never pulls a job without A", both BC" and "C alone" are impossible. That leaves "all three of ABC", or "AB", or "AC" or "A alone", all of which involve A.
I dont know if its with or without but this is not an answer for this question. question is making a truth table about A

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