Member • Jun 19, 2006

## New math problem!

unknown (whole) number from the following possibly

false statements:

- At least one of the last two statements in this list is true.
- This is either the first true or the first false statement in the list.
- There exist three consecutive false statements.
- The difference beween the numbers of the last true statement and the first true statement is a factor of the unknown number.
- The sum of the numbers of the true statements is the unknown number.
- This is not the last true statement.
- Each true statement's number is a factor of the unknown number.
- The unknown number equals the percentage of these statements which are true.
- The number of different factors which the unknown number has (excluding 1 and itself) is more than the sum of the numbers of the true statements.
- There are no three cosecutive true statements.

-Crook-