1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data you are in a land inhabinated by people who either always tell the truth or always tell falsehoods. You come to a fork in the road and you need to know which fork leads to the capital. There is a local resident there, but he has time only to reply to one yes-or-no question. What one question should you ask so as to learn which fork to take? suggestion: Make a table. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution If I asked you 'does the right way lead to the capital?', would you anwser 'yes'? If the guy reply yes, take the right way. If no, the left. I am wondering if I am surposed to ask questions about 'future' here? What exactly does the writer mean by 'make a table'?