Logic Problems

I changed the topic name because I think so people might think of logic problems as a programming question or electronic question, so some people wouldn't bother looking at the topic. Think you're good at logic? Here are some problems: Title: Gorillas Enjoy Ballet Gorillas are the only animal that enjoys ballet. All animals can fly to mars. Scotch brooms bloom every Thursday all over mars. Only those few animals that do not play solitaire are immune to hay fever. No animal that travels in leaky rowboat ever has the penultimate word in a verbal discourse. Scotch broom in bloom is what gives animals hay fever. Those that do not handle hot ice cubes travel to town in leaky rowboats. All animals that have the penultimate word in a verbal discourse play solitaire. No animal that enjoys ballet handles hot ice cubes. What conclusion can you draw from the above information? Logic Puzzle number 2 This one takes up 2 pages, so I'm going to skip the story and say the logic parts. Basically this one guy thinks he smarter than gods or something so they give him a trial. He's trying to go toward the treasure and not die. Split in the road number 1, at least one sign is false, one path leads to a serpent. Path A: "This path leads to the serpent." Path B: "The sign at path A is true." Which way should he go? Split in the road number 2, 2 signs are true, one is false Path A: "The sign at Path B is true" Path B: "Path A is not the one to follow" Path C: "This is the Path to follow" Which way should he go? Split in the road number 3, 2 signs are true, one is false Path A: "Path B is the one to follow: Path B: "Path C is the one to follow, unless it's Path A" Path C: "Neither Path A nor B is the correct Path" Which way should he go? There are now 3 houses, one containing the treasure, there's a sign infront of each house. 2 signs are false, but one is true. House A: "C is not the house to enter unless THIS house is not the one to enter" House B: "The sign at house A is false" House C: "Either house A or house B is the one to enter" Which house should he choose? Please write your answer in the form of the path/house in order, for example ABCB would be path 1 is A, Path 2 is B, etcetcetc. On a totally different note (I don't wanna make another topic), can you use the cable that you use with a boarduino to make an avr programmer? If so, can you post an example schematic of how to hook up a chip.

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guyfrom7up (author) 9 years ago
guyfrom7up (author)  guyfrom7up9 years ago
so noone is even going to take an attempt at the logic problems? Come on, that took me like 10 minutes to type!
Maybe we would if you didn't copy them out of a book!
guyfrom7up (author)  zachninme9 years ago
it wasn't a book ,and I already did them, I was just posting them cause I thought they were hard/fun.
I read them both in a book once...
guyfrom7up (author)  zachninme9 years ago
really... that's weird
gmoon9 years ago
RE: the AVR...

AFAIK, you couldn't use the "boarduino" cable on a bare AVR. The cable integrates one of those FTDI chips to convert USB to RS232 serial. As such, it's a great little cable and could be used for a USB comm/control interface with any AVR (once the AVR is programmed.)

The Arduino's utilize a bootloader for programming. This isn't unique--the AVR Butterfly board uses a bootloader for programming with a standard RS232 interface/cable (and some discrete components for voltage conversion.) In fact, there are dozens of bootloaders for different protocols/tasks.

The bootloader must be preloaded (with the onboard ISP, JTAG or HV programming modes) before the cable would work.
guyfrom7up (author)  gmoon9 years ago
ok, well that's a bummer cause it would have been one less cable to use.
Really? I thought you could...
guyfrom7up (author)  zachninme9 years ago
I'm still not sure, some people on other forums say you can, but i can't find a reliable source cause everyone saying yes you can or no you cant
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