So if p1 observes that p2 and p3 have hats of the same color, p1 would deduce that his own hat is the opposite color. There are 2 white hats and 2 black hats and each prisoner has a hat
He lines up each prisoner in a row, facing a brick wall. It is clear with the question and the clue itself that neither b nor c has information regarding this and therefore they do not answer. Pin by L.
'well if any of them are familiar with the prisoner box riddle they should recognize this situation and that there is a method with a greater then 35% chance of success for the entire group.' the best method to success:
$\begingroup$ the better version of the riddle states that if 1 or 0 prisoners say the wrong hat colour all prisoners get to live and if 2 or more say the wrong hat number all prisonders will die. If prisoner
Prisoner p2 can see p3 only. Each person will have either a white hat or a black hat. Pin by on 2019 Exclusive Halloween Prisoners five through nine are each looking for an odd number of black hats, which they