the land of death eaters and muggles

you are a traveler who is trying to go to muggle land and on a walking down a street. the street suddenly split. you are wondering which way to go and take out a map. the map was blocked and wrote that there is one way that goes to the death eater's city and another goes to muggle land. you meet 2 people standing. you know that death eaters only lie and muggles tell you the truth. you also know that one of the people is a muggle and the other is a death eater. you can only ask both of them one question. what should you ask?

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i wasn't shure if there's more than 1 way to solve it so I posted the problem on "notes"

A Former Brilliant Member - 2 years, 2 months ago

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the answer that I thought of was to ask them "if i were you, which way would I go".

A Former Brilliant Member - 2 years, 2 months ago

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You should ask them if they were a muggle. Ask the dementor first because he will say no and the muggle will have no idea what you are talking about... P.S Hey there Lucia!! - Sophie :)))))

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o yeah u smart

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@SOPHIA SPINDLER ps i knew that there would be another solution to this so i just put it on notes. try this problems: troll king contest!! it was thought of a year ago and people started to put troll questions they r hillarious

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You should ask what would the other person say, and then do the opposite of what they say

Aashish Cheruvu - 2 years ago

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smart

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