Logical Problems ( 11 to 15 )

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Logical Problems ( 11 to 15 ):


APTITUDE QUESTIONS (LOGICAL PROBLEMS):

11. Tommy weighs less than Johnny.

Tommy weighs more than Buddy.

Of the three dogs, Buddy weighs the least

If the given two statements are true, the third statement is

A)    True

B)    False

C)    Uncertain

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Answer: option (A)

Explanation:

As per the first two statements, Johnny weighs the most and Buddy weighs the least.

 

12. Class 1 has more students than Class 2.

Class 3 has fewer students than Class 2.

Class 1 has fewer students than Class 3.

If the given two statements are true, the third statement is

A)    True

B)    False

C)    Uncertain

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Answer: option (B)

Explanation:

From the first two statements, we get to know that of out the three classes, Class 1 has the highest students, so the third statement must be false.

 

13. Fact1: All cats like to run.

Fact2: Some cats like to swim.

Fact3: Some cats look like their masters.

If the first three given statements are facts then which of the following statement must also be a fact?

I. All cats who like to swim look like their masters.

II. Cats who like to swim also like to run.

III. Cats who like to run do not look like their masters.

A)    I only

B)    II only

C)    II and III only


D)    None of the statement is a known fact.

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Answer: option (B)

Explanation:

In this given question, statement II is the only true statement. As all cats like to run, then the ones who like to swim also like to run. There is no support for statement I or statement III.

 

14. Fact1: Monica has four children

Fact2: Two of the children have brown eyes and two of the children have black eyes.

Fact3: Half of the children are boys.

If the first three given statements are facts then which of the following statement must also be a fact?

I. At least one boy has brown eyes.

II. Two of the children are girls.

III. The girls have black eyes.

A)    I only

B)    II only

C)    II and III only

D)    None of the statement is a known fact.

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Answer: option (B)

Explanation:

As one-half of the four children are boys then, two must be girls. Since, it is not clear which children have brown or black eyes.

 

15. In the hockey match, Akshay was sitting on seat 54. Mohan was sitting to the right of Akshay on seat 55. In the seat left of Akshay was Gautam. Imran was sitting to the left of Gautam. Which seat is Imran sitting in?

A)    52

B)    54

C)    55

D)    56

E)    None of these

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Answer: option (A)

Explanation:

If Gautam is sitting at Akshay’s left, Gautam’s seat is 53. The next seat to the left is 52.

 

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