the number and the type of the object can be determined.

yes. the number and the type of an object can be determined.

This statement implies that the type of an object can only be determined by itself. However, the type of an object can be determined by two objects at the same time. It’s not true that the type of an object cannot be determined by itself.

If the number of a given object is unknown, then the type of that object is also unknown. This statement is false if an object has a number and type that are not specified, and it is true if an object has a number and type that are specified.

True if the number of an object is known.

So now we’re in time loop mode with just four days of death-loop. There’s a problem, though, because the last time a day was out of the loop, Colt was working on the last day out of the current day. That was when he was killed.

Well, this is interesting. The statement that the object type is unknown can be true if the object type is known. This is a little bit like an object with a number and a type both known. This means that the type isn’t unknown, but the number isn’t known either. So this statement is false.

This is like asking if an object has a number, but no data about it, or a type, but no object of that type. I cant think of a good way to phrase this.

I think this is a reasonable way to ask, “if this object has some data about it and a given type, can I have knowledge of that type?”. Let’s say the object is a piece of paper. The types are things like a piece of paper, or other type of writing. If I know that it is a piece of paper, I can ask about what type it is. If I know that it is a piece of paper, I can ask about what type it is.

It can be true. If you have this type of piece of paper, you know that it is a piece of paper. And if you have a piece of paper, you know that it is a piece of paper. If I say that I know that it is a piece of paper and I know that it is a piece of paper, and I can ask for info about how it is, I can ask for info about what type it is.