Can you solve the tricky married logic puzzle? Introductions to this problem have claimed that 80% of people get this wrong. It's tricky because at first glance, the problem appears to not have enough information to solve. But does it? The problem goes as follows: Jack is looking at Anne, but Anne is looking at George. Jack is married, but George is not. Is a married person looking at an unmarried person? Is the answer yes, no, or can the answer not be determined?