Your brain will go into a tizzy solving these twisted, perplexing logic puzzles! But untangling them will challenge your mind, expand your knowledge, and develop your powers of deduction and reasoning. Success begins with a process of trial and error: examine the propositions, and logically test one against the other. Some will cancel each other out. Others point to additional information that helps you arrive at the correct answer. Give the six sections a shot: each one contains a different type of puzzle, starts with the simplest, and becomes increasingly intricate. Here's just a sample of what you'll find! By looking at the five statements, figure out in which subject Prince Tal excelled, and in which he did especially well: 1. If he excelled in chivalry, he did especially well in horsemanship. 2. If he excelled in horsemanship, he did especially well in fencing. 3. If he did especially well in horsemanship, he excelled in fencing. 4. If he excelled in fencing, he did especially well in chivalry. 5. If he did especially well in chivalry, he excelled in horsemanship. The answer is number two. Can you figure out why? 96 pages, 5 3/8 x 8 1/4.
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