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December 11, 2014 (Instructor: Antoine Deza)
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Problem 1
On a fictional island, the residents are of two types: knights and knaves. Knights always
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DURATION OF THE EXAM: 3 hours - 40 points
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SWER ENG 2DM3 Tutorial 10
Min Jing Liu
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Nov 19, 2011
Min Jing Liu Department of Computing and Software McMaster University
SWER ENG 2DM3 Tutorial 10
Example
Outline
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SFWR ENG 2DM3: McMaster University FINAL EXAM - Day Class
December 6, 2013 (Instructor: Antoine Deza)
SOLUTIONS
Problem 1
On a ctional island, the residents are of two types: knights and knaves. Knights always
tell the truth and knaves always lie. A visit