# For the Genuises Only. Riddle! Riddle! Riddle!. Solve This Riddle for Awesome Points

Solve the following riddle.

If a chicken says, "All chickens are liars" is the chicken telling the truth?

(1). NO because "All chickens are truth" ( n + a)

(2). Yes because "All chickens are liars" ( y - a)

n+a ------(1)
y-a -------(2)
n=y or y=n
no=yes
the probability of yes = no

Can you clarify your mathematical equation because i'm completely lost!
Amfree, your question  "is the chicken telling the truth?"  demand 'yes' or 'no'

my answer : how do i know that chicken is telling the truth or not telling the truth

Possible out come:
1. if that chicken is speaking the truth, it means all chickens are liars. Then that chicken too is a liar
2. Vice versa

my answer is both "yes and no" at the same time

if u say yes u score 50%
if u say no  u score 50%
:. I say yes and no for 100%
Ur mathematical eqn is actually wrong. Simultanionsly hw can u determine (y) and (n) after making (a) the subject?
The maths is incorrect. Try again
ok i get you now. I will let you know whether you are right or wrong very soon. But by the way you are a genius though.

No and not all chickens too do tell lies. But those who do tell lies are more .

Thanks for trying but how do you know whether which chikens tell lies and which one don't? I'm curios

The if signifies that the chicken has not yet said it,therefore,one cant say whether it is telling the truth or not

Lets assume that the chicken actually  said that all chickens are liars should we believe it?

Well chickens can't talk.

An illustration is even after feeding them, they clean their mouth on the floor and pretend as if they haven't eaten.

So you are saying that the all chikens are liars duample to the above example you have given?

When a chicken feed it clean the beak on the ground saying"i have not eaten" so they are all liars.

lol now dats funny

(1). NO because "All chickens are truth" ( n +
a)
(2). Yes because "All chickens are liars" ( y -
a)
n+a ------(1)
y-a -------(2)
n=y or y=n
no=yes
the probability of yes = no

on the other hand:
Amfree, your question "is the chicken telling the truth?" demand 'yes' or 'no'

my answer : how do i know that chicken is telling the truth or not telling the truth

``````   Possible out come:
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1. if that chicken is speaking the truth, it means all chickens are liars. Then that chicken too is a liar. "impossible"
2. Vice versa. Impossible

my answer is neither "yes nor no" at the same time

if u say yes u are wrong
if u say no u are wrong
:. I say is neither "yes" nor "no"

your answer must be either yes or no not both. so chooses either yes or no and give reasons why
1. if that chicken is speaking the truth, it
means all chickens are liars. Then that
chicken too is a liar, because its also a chicken. It is not possible to give a statement which is true n at the same time lies. The answer is not 'yes'

2. Vice versa of 1. The answer is not 'no'

My answer is: neither "yes" nor "no"
by the way Amfree i did not use any search engines or anything else . Am just trying to exercise my Brian n this is my main answer to the riddle
ok i get you now. I will let you know whether you are wright or wrong.

Well it could also mean that if the chicken is a liar then it means that that the chicken tells lies but not always as an entity is called a liar if they tell a lie if only once. therefore the chicken talking is telling the truth but also it occasionally tells lies also.