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Logic Level 2

There are two doors \(\text A\) and \(\text B\), and two individuals are before the doors. One door leads you to \(\text{treasure and happiness}\) while the other leads you to \(\text{sadness and misery}\)

  • One of the individual always lies, while the other always tells truth.

  • You are supposed to ask only one question to any one person.

Can you get to the door containing \(\text{treasure and happiness}\)?

If you think there's a way out, provide a solution as to what question you would ask. If you think there's no way out, provide a proof explaining why. And if you think that the data is inadequate, explain what should be added to the question.

My friend had asked me this question.

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