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The rec.puzzles Hall of Fame is a compilation of over 500 of the most popular puzzles that have been posted and discussed in the rec.puzzles newsgroup. In most cases a detailed solution has been provided.

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Categories : induction : party.p

You're at a party.  Any two (different) people at the party have exactly one
friend in common (the friend is also at the party).  Prove that there is at
least one person at the party who is a friend of everyone else.  Assume that
the friendship relation is symmetric and not reflexive.


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