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To determine the identities of the gods A, B, and C, you could ask the following three questions:

"If I asked you whether C is Random, would you say 'da'?"

"If I asked you whether A is False, would you say 'da'?"

"If I asked you whether B is True, would you say 'da'?"

Here's how you can use the answers to these questions to determine the identities of the gods:

If the first god answers "da" to the first question, then C is Random.

If the second god answers "da" to the second question, then A is False.

If the third god answers "da" to the third question, then B is True.

If any of the gods answer "ja" to their respective question, then the opposite is true. For example, if the first god answers "ja" to the first question, then C is not Random.

Using this method, you can determine the identities of the gods with three questions.