A multiple-choice quiz
by niffweed17.
Estimated time: 20 mins.

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts

Answer:
**Yes **

OK, if you have returned here from question #11, you know why the answer to this question is yes. Therefore the answer to question #5 is yes as well. Proceed to question #5.

OK, if you have returned here from question #11, you know why the answer to this question is yes. Therefore the answer to question #5 is yes as well. Proceed to question #5.

Answer:
**Yes **

We have proven that the answer to this question is yes, hence the answer to question #19 is yes. Proceed to question #19.

We have proven that the answer to this question is yes, hence the answer to question #19 is yes. Proceed to question #19.

Answer:
**No **

See question #10 for a detailed explanation on this question.

See question #10 for a detailed explanation on this question.

Answer:
**Yes **

We have successfully answered question #12. Since the answer to question #12 was yes, the answer to this question is yes as well. Proceed to question #17

We have successfully answered question #12. Since the answer to question #12 was yes, the answer to this question is yes as well. Proceed to question #17

Answer:
**Yes **

We have proven that the answer to this question is yes, hence the answer to question #2 is yes. Proceed to question #2.

We have proven that the answer to this question is yes, hence the answer to question #2 is yes. Proceed to question #2.

Answer:
**No **

We have already proven that the answer to this question is no, hence the answer to question #15 is not yes. Therefore it is no. Proceed to question #15.

We have already proven that the answer to this question is no, hence the answer to question #15 is not yes. Therefore it is no. Proceed to question #15.

Answer:
**Yes **

You know the drill. Proceed to question #10.

You know the drill. Proceed to question #10.

Answer:
**No **

Obviously the answer to this question is no. Proceed to question #9.

Obviously the answer to this question is no. Proceed to question #9.

Answer:
**Yes **

As the answer to question #16 is indeed no, the answer to this question is yes. Proceed to question #12.

As the answer to question #16 is indeed no, the answer to this question is yes. Proceed to question #12.

Answer:
**Yes **

By this time we have answered all but two questions. They are questions #3 and question #10, both of which we are in the process of answering. It is important to note that by this time we have 12 answers of yes and 5 answers of no. We can only answer this question by trial and error. Assume that both questions #3 and #10 had answers of no.

Then there would be 12 answers of yes in this quiz, which does not contradict with the answer to this question. However, the answer to question #3 would contradict, as it would indicate that the answer to this question and the answer to question #3 are different.

This would not be so, hence this answer is contradictory and impossible. Likewise, if both answers were yes, there would be 14 answers, which is contradictory. If the answer to this question were no, and the answer to question #3 were yes, then question #3 would be satisfied, but this question would be contradictory, as the number of yes answers would indeed be 13.

Hence the only possible solution is that the answer to this question is yes, and the answer to question #3 is no.

This is logically possible. It is not necessary for you to proceed to question #3. Thank you for playing this quiz. I apologize if the logic was a bit difficult to follow and I apologize as well for all the question jumping it took to read this conclusion.

By this time we have answered all but two questions. They are questions #3 and question #10, both of which we are in the process of answering. It is important to note that by this time we have 12 answers of yes and 5 answers of no. We can only answer this question by trial and error. Assume that both questions #3 and #10 had answers of no.

Then there would be 12 answers of yes in this quiz, which does not contradict with the answer to this question. However, the answer to question #3 would contradict, as it would indicate that the answer to this question and the answer to question #3 are different.

This would not be so, hence this answer is contradictory and impossible. Likewise, if both answers were yes, there would be 14 answers, which is contradictory. If the answer to this question were no, and the answer to question #3 were yes, then question #3 would be satisfied, but this question would be contradictory, as the number of yes answers would indeed be 13.

Hence the only possible solution is that the answer to this question is yes, and the answer to question #3 is no.

This is logically possible. It is not necessary for you to proceed to question #3. Thank you for playing this quiz. I apologize if the logic was a bit difficult to follow and I apologize as well for all the question jumping it took to read this conclusion.

Answer:
**Yes **

We have already proved that the answer to this question is, "yes." Proceed to question #1.

We have already proved that the answer to this question is, "yes." Proceed to question #1.

Answer:
**Yes **

All of the remaining questions hinge upon the answer to this question. The remaining questions, namely, are numbers 3, 4, 7, 10, 13, 14, 17, and 18 (Not including this question.) Therefore 11 questions have already been answered. Of those 11, 6 have answers of yes.

Therefore at least 6 questions have an answer of yes. So the answer to this question is therefore yes. Proceed to question #4.

All of the remaining questions hinge upon the answer to this question. The remaining questions, namely, are numbers 3, 4, 7, 10, 13, 14, 17, and 18 (Not including this question.) Therefore 11 questions have already been answered. Of those 11, 6 have answers of yes.

Therefore at least 6 questions have an answer of yes. So the answer to this question is therefore yes. Proceed to question #4.

Answer:
**No **

By the answer to question #16, we prove that the answer to this question is no. Therefore neither question #11 or question #1 have an answer of no. If they do not have an answer of no, then they must have an answer of yes. Proceed to the interesting info section of question #11 for a continuation of this explanation.

By the answer to question #16, we prove that the answer to this question is no. Therefore neither question #11 or question #1 have an answer of no. If they do not have an answer of no, then they must have an answer of yes. Proceed to the interesting info section of question #11 for a continuation of this explanation.

Answer:
**Yes **

Yes, the answer to question #17 is yes. So this question has an answer of yes. Proceed to question #18.

Yes, the answer to question #17 is yes. So this question has an answer of yes. Proceed to question #18.

Answer:
**No **

By this time we know that the answer to this question is no. In addition, we have also completed both questions #2 and #6. Since the answer to question #2 is yes and the answer to question #6 is no, the answer to this question is evidently no. Proceed to question #20.

By this time we know that the answer to this question is no. In addition, we have also completed both questions #2 and #6. Since the answer to question #2 is yes and the answer to question #6 is no, the answer to this question is evidently no. Proceed to question #20.

Answer:
**No **

Based on this question, there is only one logical possibility for the answers of the two questions, #13 and #16. (Needless to say, the word no is alphabetically ahead of the word yes.) If both answers were yes, then we would have a contradiction because question #16 would, by the statement, be alphabetically in front of the answer to question #13, but since both answers are the same, it wouldn't be so.

This is impossible. Therefore this is an impossible configuration of answers. Likewise, if question #16 were ahead alphabetically of question #13, and the answers were yes for question #16 and no for question #13, we would have a similar contradiction. If the answers were no for question #16 and yes for question #13, the answers would again be contradicting, because the answer to question #16 really is alphabetically in front of the answer to question #13, but the problem would tell you it isn't.

Therefore, the only correct logical arrangement for the two answers is that they are both no.

This way, it is truthful in that the answer to question #16 really isn't alphabetically ahead of the answer to question #13, which agrees with the answer of the question. Therefore the answer to question #16 is no. Proceed to the interesting information section of question #13 for a detailed explanation of the remainder of the quiz.

Based on this question, there is only one logical possibility for the answers of the two questions, #13 and #16. (Needless to say, the word no is alphabetically ahead of the word yes.) If both answers were yes, then we would have a contradiction because question #16 would, by the statement, be alphabetically in front of the answer to question #13, but since both answers are the same, it wouldn't be so.

This is impossible. Therefore this is an impossible configuration of answers. Likewise, if question #16 were ahead alphabetically of question #13, and the answers were yes for question #16 and no for question #13, we would have a similar contradiction. If the answers were no for question #16 and yes for question #13, the answers would again be contradicting, because the answer to question #16 really is alphabetically in front of the answer to question #13, but the problem would tell you it isn't.

Therefore, the only correct logical arrangement for the two answers is that they are both no.

This way, it is truthful in that the answer to question #16 really isn't alphabetically ahead of the answer to question #13, which agrees with the answer of the question. Therefore the answer to question #16 is no. Proceed to the interesting information section of question #13 for a detailed explanation of the remainder of the quiz.

Answer:
**Yes **

Although we have not yet answered question #3, we have answered question #8 and question #4. The answer to question #8 is no, and the answer to question #4 is yes. Therefore the answer to this question is yes. Proceed to question #14.

Although we have not yet answered question #3, we have answered question #8 and question #4. The answer to question #8 is no, and the answer to question #4 is yes. Therefore the answer to this question is yes. Proceed to question #14.

Answer:
**Yes **

We have answered question #14 in the affirmative, so the answer to this question is yes. Proceed to question #7.

We have answered question #14 in the affirmative, so the answer to this question is yes. Proceed to question #7.

Answer:
**Yes **

We have proven that the answer to this question is yes, hence the answer to question #6 is no. Proceed to question #6.

We have proven that the answer to this question is yes, hence the answer to question #6 is no. Proceed to question #6.

Answer:
**No **

We now have enough information to solve this question. The answer is no. Proceed to question #8.

We now have enough information to solve this question. The answer is no. Proceed to question #8.

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