A person was caught by soldiers in a stolen case.
He was arrested and sent for prosecution. After proven guilty King sent him to jail, where he was given two options.
That jail has got 2 doors, behind one door there was princes and behind another door there was a lion. If he gets princes then princes will marry him, if he gets lion then he will be eaten up. There was a note on each door.
First door note says " Princes behind this door, lion behind next door".
Second door note says " Princes is behind one of the doors, and lion is behind one of the doors".
Thief is smart enough to know that one of the note says lie. Now which door thief has to open to marry princes?
Thief should open door number 2
Thief should open door number 1
Lets assume statement on the first door is true then second statement will also be true(as there will be a lady in one door and a lion in other door),
but as we already know that only one statement can be true, so first statement can not be true.
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