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Logic Thinking Puzzle - 15 August

At a restaurant downtown, Mr. Red, Mr. Blue, and Mr. White meet for lunch. Under their coats they are wearing either a red, blue, or white shirt.Mr. Blue says, 'Hey, did you notice we are all wearing different colored shirts from our names?' The man wearing the white shirt says, 'Wow, Mr. Blue, that's right!'
Can you tell who is wearing what color shirt?

1. mr. Red--->white
mr. blue--->red
mr. White--->blue

2. Mr. Red Mr. Blue Mr. White
White Shirt Red Shirt Blue Shirt

All wear shirts different from their name
The man in the white shirt talks to Mr. Blue so Mr. White and Mr. Blue are not in a white shirt -> it must be Mr. Red.

As all of them wear shirts with different color to their name the rest is easy to find out

3. Red is wearing white color
Blue -> Red
White -> Blue

4. Red is wearing white.
White is wearing blue.
Blue is wearing red.

5. Mr.blue.......red shirt
Mr.white......blue shirt
Mr.red..........white shirt

6. Mr.Blue ---> red shirt
Mr.Red ---> white shirt
Mr.White ---> blue shirt

7. Mr.REd-white
Mr.Blue-red
Mr.white-blue

8. Mr.Red=blue shirt
Mr. Blue=white shirt
Mr.White=red

9. why the solution can't be:
Mr. white-->red shirt
Mr. blue-->blue shirt
Mr. red-->white shirt

10. Mr. Blue - red shirt
Mr. Red-white shirt
Mr. white- Blue

11. It is impossible to guess for certain. Because the only facts we can deduct from the puzzle is that none of them wearing outfit with colours corresponding their names.

However, if we add another cue to the puzzle, we can solve it.

For example, to add that these three individuals are standing in a line that they can only see the person(s) ahead of them.

In this case, we can say that Blue sees that Red & White are wearing either blue, red or white, but not sure who wears what colour.

Now, let's say that Mr. White doesn't see what Mr. Blue is wearing, but sees only what Mr. Red is wearing.

So, if Mr. White is wearing blue, then he deducts that Mr. Blue must have been wearing red, & the man in front of him, Mr. Red is wearing blue.

Now, if Mr. White is wearing blue, then, it means Mr. Blue must have been wearing red, & Mr. Red is definitely wearing white.

12. It is impossible to guess for certain. Because the only facts we can deduct from the puzzle is that none of them wearing outfit with colours corresponding their names.

However, if we add another cue to the puzzle, we can solve it.

For example, to add that these three individuals are standing in a line that they can only see the person(s) ahead of them.

In this case, we can say that Blue sees that Red & White are wearing either blue, red or white, but not sure who wears what colour.

Now, let's say that Mr. White doesn't see what Mr. Blue is wearing, but sees only what Mr. Red is wearing.

So, if Mr. White is wearing blue, then he deducts that Mr. Blue must have been wearing red, & the man in front of him, Mr. Red is wearing blue.

Now, if Mr. White is wearing blue, then, it means Mr. Blue must have been wearing red, & Mr. Red is definitely wearing white.