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# Lie Detector

And here is a blank picture if you’d rather develop you own Two Truths & One Lie

## 4 thoughts on “Lie Detector”

1. Marty says:

My 8 year old son said option B was true because if you put two together it would be more than a half. I just thought that was interesting. It led to a good conversation.

2. Audrey says:

I think A is true, but all questions can be true if you add certain circles to other circles.

3. I think A and C are true because I saw in option A that it said “3 circles are less than half full.” And I saw that the circle at the bottom middle, and the top left and right have only 1 piece of orange color. For option C, I think it’s true because it said “There are 2 and 1 half full orange circles.” I moved the bottom middle circle to the one on its left, so I could finish up that one and it would be full. I moved the top middle one to the bottom right one so that can also be full. After that, I saw that there were still 2 remaining so I decided to put them together and form half a circle because it said “2 full ones and 1 half circle.” So I made the last remains a half circle.

4. I think A and C are true because I saw in option A that it said “3 circles are less than half full.” And I saw that the circle at the bottom middle, and the top left and right have only 1 orange section. Option C, I think it’s true because it said “There are 2 and 1 half full orange circles.” I moved the bottom middle circle to the one on its left, so I could make that circle full. I moved the top middle one to the bottom right one so that can also be full. After that, I saw that there were still 2 remaining so I decided to put them together and form half a circle because it said “2 full ones and 1 half circle.” So I made the last remains a half circle.