# Recent questions and answers in Logical Reasoning 1
Arrange the four sentences in order so that they make a logically coherent paragraph. A. A moment later my prospective fiancee reappeared and shoved a ticket to Jiuquan through the hatch. B. The queue gazed at me dumbstruck, then broke into a little ripple of applause. C. The station master and clerk retreated into the back room, D. I lifted it like a trophy. CABD ACDB ACBD CADB
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$A$ said to $B$ that $B$’s mother was mother-in-law of $A$’s mother. How is $A$’s mother related to $B$’s mother? Daughter-in-law Mother-in-law Sister Aunt
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The question is based on the information provided below. A number of dacoits need to hole up in their hideout. The problem is that, as with many criminal groups, there are a number of personality conflicts that disallow certain members of the dacoit group from being in the hideout at the same time as certain ... $\text{B}$ and $\text{G}$ $\text{E}$ and $\text{B}$ $\text{H}$ and $\text{F}$
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There are eight members P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, and W in a family. These eight persons belongs to three different generation, such that there are three married couples, while two members are unmarried. Each couple has at least a child. Further it is known that each of ... the following statements is/are definitely true? U works with A. W is the daughter of P. Q is a male More than one of the above
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Above are $6$ rows containing two identical sets of characters, but in one Row, one character in the two sets is different. Which Row has the difference? $1$ $2$ $3$ $4$ $5$ $6$
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What is the missing Letter in this series: a a b b ? c a b c d e What is the missing letter in this series: c c d ? e f g g h b c d e f What is the missing letter in this series: a z b ? c x b c w x y
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The cars at dealership come with a choice of the following options: air conditioning, a cassette deck, leather seats, power windows, a sunroof and tinted glass. None of the cars has any other optional equipment. The following conditions apply: If a car has ... deck, leather seats, sunroof. Cassette deck, leather seats, sunroof, tinted glass. Cassette deck, power windows, sunroof, tinted glass.
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The cars at dealership come with a choice of the following options: air conditioning, a cassette deck, leather seats, power windows, a sunroof and tinted glass. None of the cars has any other optional equipment. The following conditions apply: If a car has leather seats, it also has a ... has power windows and a sunroof, how many different sets of options at most can the car have? $2$ $3$ $4$ $5$
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The cars at dealership come with a choice of the following options: air conditioning, a cassette deck, leather seats, power windows, a sunroof and tinted glass. None of the cars has any other optional equipment. The following conditions apply: If a car has ... could they be? Air-conditioning and cassette deck. Tinted glass and sunroof. Cassette deck and leather seats. Power windows and sunroof.
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The cars at dealership come with a choice of the following options: air conditioning, a cassette deck, leather seats, power windows, a sunroof and tinted glass. None of the cars has any other optional equipment. The following conditions apply: If a car has leather seats, it ... has $4$ options. The car has power windows and a sunroof. The car does not have both leather seats and a cassette deck.
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Read the following information to answer the question. Six persons were playing a game sitting in a circle facing the centre. Vijay was to the left of Sudhir. Amar was between Rakesh and Sarv. Neerav was second to the left of Amar. Who is/are between Amar and Vijay? Sarv or Sudhir Rakesh and Sarv Sudhir or Rakesh None of these
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In the following question, find out the correct answer from the given alternatives. If $\text{TABLE}$ is coded as $\text{GZYOV}$, how is $\text{JUICE}$ coded? $\text{OZLFJ}$ $\text{QFRXV}$ $\text{HOFAD}$ $\text{QZHMT}$
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Look carefully for the pattern, and then choose which pair of numbers comes next. $2 \: 3 \: 4 \: 5 \: 6 \: 4 \: 8$ $9 \: 10$ $4 \: 8$ $10 \: 4$ $9 \: 4$
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Which of the following will be the middle digit of the middle number after reversing the digits of the following numbers ? $\text{389 675 493 728 536}$ $3$ $2$ $8$ $9$
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Read the following information to answer the given questions. Six lectures $A, B, C, D, E, F$ are to be organised only on one each day from Monday to Sunday in accordance with the following.. $C$ should not be organised on Friday. $A$ should be organised immediately after $D$. ... and should not be followed by $F$. Which of the following is the last lecture in the series? $A$ $C$ $B$ None of these
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Ten boys are standing in a row facing the same direction. Abhijit, who is $7^{th}$ from the left end of the row, is to the immediate right of Sushant, who is $5^{th}$ from the right end of the row; Sushant is $3^{rd}$ to the right of Rupin. How many children are there between Abhijit and Rupin ? One Two Three Data inadequate
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Use the information given below : There is a group of five persons - $A, B, C,D,$ and $E$. In the group there is a Professor of Philosophy, a Professor of Psychology and a Professor of Economics. $A$ and $D$ are ladies who have no specialisation in any subject and are ... $C$ and is neither a psychologist nor an economist. Who is the Professor of Economics? $A$ $B$ $E$ $C$
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Read the following information to answer the question given below. Five friends A,B,C,D and E wore shirts of green, yellow, pink, red and blue colours and shorts of black, white, grey, blue and green colours Nobody wore shirt and short of same colour. D wore blue shirt and ... one who wore blue short, wore red shirt. E did not wear red shirt. Which colour short did $B$ wear? Grey Blue White Black
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Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate option. Five roommates Randy, Sally, Terry, Uma, and Vernon each do one housekeeping task mopping, sweeping, laundry, vacuuming, or dusting one day a week, Monday through Friday. Vernon does not vacuum and ... on Friday, and not by Uma. Randy does his task on Monday. When does Sally do the dusting? Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
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Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate option. Five roommates Randy, Sally, Terry, Uma, and Vernon each do one housekeeping task mopping, sweeping, laundry, vacuuming, or dusting one day a week, Monday through Friday. Vernon does not vacuum and ... on Friday, and not by Uma. Randy does his task on Monday. What day is the vacuuming done? Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
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Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate option. Five roommates Randy, Sally, Terry, Uma, and Vernon each do one housekeeping task mopping, sweeping, laundry, vacuuming, or dusting one day a week, Monday through Friday. Vernon does not vacuum ... done on Friday, and not by Uma. Randy does his task on Monday. What task does Vernon do? vacuuming dusting mopping laundry
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Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate option. Five roommates Randy, Sally, Terry, Uma, and Vernon each do one housekeeping task mopping, sweeping, laundry, vacuuming, or dusting one day a week, Monday through Friday. Vernon does not vacuum and ... Friday, and not by Uma. Randy does his task on Monday. What day does Uma do her task? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
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Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate option. Five roommates Randy, Sally, Terry, Uma, and Vernon each do one housekeeping task mopping, sweeping, laundry, vacuuming, or dusting one day a week, Monday through Friday. Vernon does not vacuum ... , and not by Uma. Randy does his task on Monday. What task does Terry do on Wednesday? vacuuming dusting mopping sweeping
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Read the following information to answer the given questions. Six lectures $A, B, C, D, E, F$ are to be organised only on one each day from Monday to Sunday in accordance with the following.. $C$ should not be organised on Friday. $A$ should be organised ... on Wednesday and should not be followed by $F$. On which day will the lecture $D$ will be organised ? Friday Saturday Sunday Thursday
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Read the following information to answer the given questions. Six lectures $A, B, C, D, E, F$ are to be organised only on one each day from Monday to Sunday in accordance with the following.. $C$ should not be organised on Friday. $A$ should be organised ... organised on Wednesday and should not be followed by $F$. How many lectures are organised between $F$ and $D$ ? None One Two Three
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Read the following information to answer the given questions. Six lectures $A, B, C, D, E, F$ are to be organised only on one each day from Monday to Sunday in accordance with the following $\dots$ $C$ should not be organised on Friday. $A$ should be ... be organised on Wednesday and should not be followed by $F$. On which day, there is no lecture ? Sunday Friday Monday Cannot be determined
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Read the following information carefully to answer the following question. In a family of six members A,B,C,D,E and F each one plays one game out of the six games namely Chess, Carrom, Table Tennis, Badminton, Bridge and Cricket. Two are married Couples. B, who plays Carrom, is ... not played by a female member. E's husband plays Badminton. Who is the husband of $B$? Data inadequate $A$ $C$ $D$
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$10$ players - $\text{P1, P2,} \dots, \text{P10}$ - competed in an international javelin throw event. The number (after $\text{P}$) of a player reflects his rank at the beginning of the event, with rank $1$ going to the topmost player. There were two phases in the event with the first ... $\text{P1, P10}$ $\text{P1, P8}$ $\text{P2, P4}$ $\text{P8, P10}$
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$10$ players - $\text{P1, P2,} \dots, \text{P10}$ - competed in an international javelin throw event. The number (after $\text{P}$) of a player reflects his rank at the beginning of the event, with rank $1$ going to the topmost player. There were two phases in the event with the first ... medalist was $1.0 \; \text{m}.$ Who won the silver medal? $\text{P9}$ $\text{P5}$ $\text{P7}$ $\text{P1}$
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$10$ players - $\text{P1, P2,} \dots, \text{P10}$ - competed in an international javelin throw event. The number (after $\text{P}$) of a player reflects his rank at the beginning of the event, with rank $1$ going to the topmost player. There were two phases in the event with the first ... $1.0 \; \text{m}.$ Who threw the last javelin in the event? $\text{P1}$ $\text{P9}$ $\text{P7}$ $\text{P10}$
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$10$ players - $\text{P1, P2,} \dots, \text{P10}$ - competed in an international javelin throw event. The number (after $\text{P}$) of a player reflects his rank at the beginning of the event, with rank $1$ going to the topmost player. There were two phases in the event with the first phase ... $m$) of the silver-medalist? $88.4$ $87.2$ $89.6$ $88.6$
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$10$ players - $\text{P1, P2,} \dots, \text{P10}$ - competed in an international javelin throw event. The number (after $\text{P}$) of a player reflects his rank at the beginning of the event, with rank $1$ going to the topmost player. There were two phases in the event with the first phase ... $m$) of $\text{P8}$? $85.1$ $0$ $81.9$ $82.7$
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$10$ players - $\text{P1, P2,} \dots, \text{P10}$ - competed in an international javelin throw event. The number (after $\text{P}$) of a player reflects his rank at the beginning of the event, with rank $1$ going to the topmost player. There were two phases in the event with the first ... $m$) in the second phase? $1.2$ $1.0$ $2.4$ $2.0$
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Three reviewers Amal, Bimal, and Komal are tasked with selecting questions from a pool of $13$ questions $\text{ (Q01 to Q13)}.$ Questions can be created by external subject matter experts $\text{(SMEs)}$ or by one of the three reviewers. Each of the reviewers either approves ... $\text{Q05, Q07, Q08, Q09, Q11,}$ and $\text{Q12}.$ How many questions were $\text{DEFINITELY}$ created by Amal?
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Three reviewers Amal, Bimal, and Komal are tasked with selecting questions from a pool of $13$ questions $\text{ (Q01 to Q13)}.$ Questions can be created by external subject matter experts $\text{(SMEs)}$ or by one of the three reviewers. Each of the reviewers either approves ... $\text{Q05, Q07, Q08, Q09, Q11,}$ and $\text{Q12}.$ How many questions were $\text{DEFINITELY}$ created by Komal?
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Three reviewers Amal, Bimal, and Komal are tasked with selecting questions from a pool of $13$ questions $\text{ (Q01 to Q13)}.$ Questions can be created by external subject matter experts $\text{(SMEs)}$ or by one of the three reviewers. Each of the reviewers either approves or ... $\text{Q12}.$ How many questions were $\text{DEFINITELY}$ created by the $\text{SMEs}$?
Three reviewers Amal, Bimal, and Komal are tasked with selecting questions from a pool of $13$ questions $\text{ (Q01 to Q13)}.$ Questions can be created by external subject matter experts $\text{(SMEs)}$ or by one of the three reviewers. Each of the reviewers either approves or ... $\text{Q12}.$ How many questions were $\text{DEFINITELY}$ disapproved by Bimal? $4$ $7$ $5$ $3$
Three reviewers Amal, Bimal, and Komal are tasked with selecting questions from a pool of $13$ questions $\text{ (Q01 to Q13)}.$ Questions can be created by external subject matter experts $\text{(SMEs)}$ or by one of the three reviewers. Each of the reviewers either approves or disapproves a ... ? either $0.25$ or $0.75$ $0.25$ lies between $0.25$ and $0.75$ lies between $0.25$ and $0.50$
Three reviewers Amal, Bimal, and Komal are tasked with selecting questions from a pool of $13$ questions $\text{ (Q01 to Q13)}.$ Questions can be created by external subject matter experts $\text{(SMEs)}$ or by one of the three reviewers. Each of the reviewers either ... $2$ $7$ $4$ $5$