Question: Circus Clowns

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Dear Brent, it seems that this question apply same skills to resolve paradox question, isn't it? Two premises are contradictory each other and the answer gives the explanation to resolve.
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It certainly feels like a Paradox question. However, Paradox questions ask us to resolve the paradox, whereas this question asks us to determine something that can be inferred from the given information. It just turns out that the correct answer also resolves the paradox.

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