# The Impossible Logic Quiz #2 (Self-Referential Logic Test)

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Series: #1, #2
Inspired by Hardest Quiz on JetPunk, description inspired by Dimby
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Quiz by Dollyfroggy
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Last updated: July 27, 2023
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1. Out of questions 5, 10, and 15, how many of them have answers equal to this question's answer?
2. How many questions have B as their answer?
3. What is the above problem's answer?
4. What is the first problem underneath this problem that has answer D?
5. What is the first consecutive triple of problems without repeating an answer?
6. How many different letters are answers in the first 3 questions?
7. How do the answers to problems 1 and 2 relate?
8. What percentage of the 'A' answers are in the first 10 questions?
9. Which answer appears the same amount of times as A?
10. Out of the questions listed below, only one has an answer that is not A. Which question is it?
11. What is the first even question with an answer of B?
12. How many times does the letter A appear as an answer in problems 4, 5, and 6?
13. How does this question's answer compare to question 12's answer?
14. If B appears x times and C appears y times, evaluate x - y.
15. What is true about the even questions' answers?
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Level 78
Nov 5, 2022
Question 8: Answer "B" is impossible (2.5 "A"s?).

Question 9: Answer"A" is impossible (3.75 "A"s?)

Therefore the answer to question 10 must be "A".

Therefore the answer to question 11 must be "A", too.

Therefore the answer to question 8 must be "B".

And the ring of illogic is closed.

Where am I wrong?

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Level 77
Nov 5, 2022
You read some of the questions wrong. For 8, it’s asking you what percent of the questions whose answers are A appear between 1-10. For instance, if there are 3 questions that are A from 1-10, and 0 questions from 11-15 whose answers are A, then the answer would be 0%.
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Level 78
Nov 5, 2022
Thank you, Dimby!
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Level 77
Nov 5, 2022
Wow, this took quite awhile to work! I couldn’t imagine doing it without a pencil and paper. Nice quiz, and thanks for giving me a shoutout! :)
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Level 60
Nov 5, 2022
I hoped it was hard! Hopefully it was still challenging once the first question was solved.
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Level 77
Nov 5, 2022
Oh, yeah. The first four were extremely easy. I actually messed up a couple times after that and had to retrace my steps because there are so many moving pieces! Great job. :)
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Level 70
Jul 27, 2023
Nice.

Just one thing, it didn't matter because I worked around it a different way, but I found the wording of question 6 to be ambiguous: "How many unique answers are there in the first 3 questions?"

I couldn't tell if it meant total number of unique letters used (e.g. if D, C, D, then 2, because D & C are different letters), or total number of answers that weren't repeated (e.g. if D, C, D, then 1, because D as an answer is in the set twice, and therefore only C is unique).

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Level 60
Jul 27, 2023
Good point. I've changed it.