1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data You are on an island, and you reach a fork in the road. You want to go to the Cuddly-Wuddly tribe, not the Nasty-wasty tribe. Cuddly-Wuddlies always tell the truth, while Nasty-Wasties always lie. A man is standing in the middle of the road, but you don't know what tribe he's from. You can only ask 1 question; what question do you ask to know which way to go? 2. Relevant equations None. I just got this in math class, that's why it's in this forum. 3. The attempt at a solution Ask if he was of the other tribe, which way leads to the Cuddly-Wuddly tribe, go the other way. The closest guess in the class is to ask which way is NOT the Cuddly-wuddly tribe.