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Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 1

Eight members, A, B, C, D, E, F, G & H are sitting around a table, facing the center and like the colors: Violet, Indigo, Blue, Red, Green, Yellow, Orange & Turquoise, but not specifically in that order.

  •  A sits opposite B and likes red
  • C sits third to the right of A and like violet
  • D sits to the immediate right of G and likes either blue or green
  • E likes yellow and sits opposite G, who likes orange.
  • One person sits between C & G.
  • F sits opposite D but doesn't like green or turquoise 
  • The one between F & A likes green

Q. What color does the person facing G like?

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Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 1

Below is the seating arrangement and the colors liked by them are 

  • A - red
  • B - Turquoise
  • c- violet
  • D - Blue
  • E - Yellow 
  • F - Indigo
  • G - Orange
  • H - Green

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 2

Eight members, A, B, C, D, E, F, G & H are sitting around a table, facing the center and like the colors: Violet, Indigo, Blue, Red, Green, Yellow, Orange & Turquoise, but not specifically in that order.

  •  A sits opposite B and likes red
  • C sits third to the right of A and like violet
  • D sits to the immediate right of G and likes either blue or green
  • E likes yellow and sits opposite G, who likes orange.
  • One person sits between C & G.
  • F sits opposite D but doesn't like green or turquoise 
  • The one between F & A likes green

How many people sit between C and D

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 2

Below is the seating arrangement and the colors liked by them are 

  • A - red
  • B - Turquoise
  • c- violet
  • D - Blue
  • E - Yellow 
  • F - Indigo
  • G - Orange
  • H - Green

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 3

Eight members, A, B, C, D, E, F, G & H are sitting around a table, facing the center and like the colors: Violet, Indigo, Blue, Red, Green, Yellow, Orange & Turquoise, but not specifically in that order.

  •  A sits opposite B and likes red
  • C sits third to the right of A and like violet
  • D sits to the immediate right of G and likes either blue or green
  • E likes yellow and sits opposite G, who likes orange.
  • One person sits between C & G.
  • F sits opposite D but doesn't like green or turquoise 
  • The one between F & A likes green

What color does F like?

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 3

Below is the seating arrangement and the colors liked by them are 

  • A - red
  • B - Turquoise
  • c- violet
  • D - Blue
  • E - Yellow 
  • F - Indigo
  • G - Orange
  • H - Green

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 4

Eight members, A, B, C, D, E, F, G & H are sitting around a table, facing the center and like the colors: Violet, Indigo, Blue, Red, Green, Yellow, Orange & Turquoise, but not specifically in that order.

  •  A sits opposite B and likes red
  • C sits third to the right of A and like violet
  • D sits to the immediate right of G and likes either blue or green
  • E likes yellow and sits opposite G, who likes orange.
  • One person sits between C & G.
  • F sits opposite D but doesn't like green or turquoise 
  • The one between F & A likes green

Who sits fifth to the left of B? 

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 4

for diag. refer to quetion no. 1

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 5

Eight members, A, B, C, D, E, F, G & H are sitting around a table, facing the center and like the colors: Violet, Indigo, Blue, Red, Green, Yellow, Orange & Turquoise, but not specifically in that order.

  •  A sits opposite B and likes red
  • C sits third to the right of A and like violet
  • D sits to the immediate right of G and likes either blue or green
  • E likes yellow and sits opposite G, who likes orange.
  • One person sits between C & G.
  • F sits opposite D but doesn't like green or turquoise 
  • The one between F & A likes green

The one between A and D likes

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 5

for diag. refer to quetion no. 1

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 6

Six members, A,B,C,D,E&F sit in two rows, one facing South and the other North, respectively. A,B& F sit in row 1 and the others in row 2. All of them go them go to different localities to conduct surveys. The locations visited by them are Deonagar , Laxmi Nagar, Pande Layout, Khamla, Somalwada and Wardha rd. , but not in that specific order.

  • A sits on one of the corners but doesn't go to deonagar or soalwada
  • D sits opposite F and to the right of C 
  • B& C sit diagonally opposite to each other and go to Pande Layout and Laxmi Nagar respectively .
  • E sits opposite B .
  • D goes to Wardha rd.

Mr Khan, of A , a lot. Which locality must Mr Khan be residing in?

 

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 6

Below is the siting arrangement and the localities visited by them are -

  • A - Khamla
  • B- Pande Layout 
  • c - Laxmi 
  • D - Wardha rd.
  • E- Somalwada/Deonagar
  • F - Somalwada/Deonagar

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 7

Six members, A,B,C,D,E&F sit in two rows, one facing South and the other North, respectively. A,B& F sit in row 1 and the others in row 2. All of them go them go to different localities to conduct surveys. The locations visited by them are Deonagar , Laxmi Nagar, Pande Layout, Khamla, Somalwada and Wardha rd. , but not in that specific order.

  • A sits on one of the corners but doesn't go to deonagar or soalwada
  • D sits opposite F and to the right of C 
  • B& C sit diagonally opposite to each other and go to Pande Layout and Laxmi Nagar respectively .
  • E sits opposite B .
  • D goes to Wardha rd.

If Mr. Salim was interviewed by E, Which locality must he be a resident of ? 

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 7

refer to the answer of ques. 6

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 8

 

Six members, A,B,C,D,E&F sit in two rows, one facing South and the other North, respectively. A,B& F sit in row 1 and the others in row 2. All of them go them go to different localities to conduct surveys. The locations visited by them are Deonagar , Laxmi Nagar, Pande Layout, Khamla, Somalwada and Wardha rd. , but not in that specific order.

  • A sits on one of the corners but doesn't go to deonagar or soalwada
  • D sits opposite F and to the right of C 
  • B& C sit diagonally opposite to each other and go to Pande Layout and Laxmi Nagar respectively .
  • E sits opposite B .
  • D goes to Wardha rd.

If E visited Somalwada, which localiy did F visit?

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 8

Refer to the answer of question 6

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 9

Six members, A,B,C,D,E&F sit in two rows, one facing South and the other North, respectively. A,B& F sit in row 1 and the others in row 2. All of them go them go to different localities to conduct surveys. The locations visited by them are Deonagar , Laxmi Nagar, Pande Layout, Khamla, Somalwada and Wardha rd. , but not in that specific order.

  • A sits on one of the corners but doesn't go to deonagar or soalwada
  • D sits opposite F and to the right of C 
  • B& C sit diagonally opposite to each other and go to Pande Layout and Laxmi Nagar respectively .
  • E sits opposite B .
  • D goes to Wardha rd.

Who sits Opposite to B

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 9

refer toh the answer of question 6

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 10

Six members, A,B,C,D,E&F sit in two rows, one facing South and the other North, respectively. A,B& F sit in row 1 and the others in row 2. All of them go them go to different localities to conduct surveys. The locations visited by them are Deonagar , Laxmi Nagar, Pande Layout, Khamla, Somalwada and Wardha rd. , but not in that specific order.

  • A sits on one of the corners but doesn't go to deonagar or soalwada
  • D sits opposite F and to the right of C 
  • B& C sit diagonally opposite to each other and go to Pande Layout and Laxmi Nagar respectively .
  • E sits opposite B .
  • D goes to Wardha rd.

Who sits immediate right of the person who goes to Laxmi Nagar?

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 10

Refer to the answer of question 6

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 11

DIRECTIONS for the question 11 to 14: In each of the questions given below, there are two statements marked as Assertion (A) and Reason (R). Mark your answer as per the codes provided below:

  1. Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.
  2. Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
  3. A is true but R is false.
  4. A is false but R is true.
  5. Both A and R are false.

Assertion (A): A ship rises as it enters the sea from a river.
Reason (R): The density of sea water is higher as compared to river water. 

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 11

    Due to higher density of sea water, the upthrust produced by the sea water on the ship is greater as compared to that produced by river water.

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 12

DIRECTIONS for the question 11 to 14: In each of the questions given below, there are two statements marked as Assertion (A) and Reason (R). Mark your answer as per the codes provided below:

  1. Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.
  2. Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
  3. A is true but R is false.
  4. A is false but R is true.
  5. Both A and R are false.

Assertion (A): In India, females have higher life expectancy than the males.
Reason (R): Females receive a better diet. 

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 12

5    In India, due to high birth rate and due to neglect, females have a lower life expectancy as compared to males and although females need a better diet, they do not receive

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 13

DIRECTIONS for the question 11 to 14: In each of the questions given below, there are two statements marked as Assertion (A) and Reason (R). Mark your answer as per the codes provided below:

  1. Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.
  2. Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
  3. A is true but R is false.
  4. A is false but R is true.
  5. Both A and R are false.

Assertion (A): An electric bulb makes a 'bang' when it is broken.
Reason (R): The air inside the bulb rushes out immediately on breaking.

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 13

3    There is a vacuum inside the electric bulb. When the bulb breaks, air rushes in at great speed from all sides to fill the vacuum, thus producing a 'bang'.

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 14

DIRECTIONS for the question 11 to 14: In each of the questions given below, there are two statements marked as Assertion (A) and Reason (R). Mark your answer as per the codes provided below:

  1. Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.
  2. Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
  3. A is true but R is false.
  4. A is false but R is true.
  5. Both A and R are false.

Assertion (A): Inside the earth metals are present in molten state.
Reason (R): Earth absorbs the sun's rays.

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 14

3    Inside the earth, the high temperature and pressure keep metals molten. The earth reflects the sun's rays rather than absorbing them.

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 15

X: 9 :: Z2 : ?

What will substitute the '?'

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 15

if we count fom the bakwards, X is third and hence the square of 3 is 9 , similarly Z comes first and the square of 1 is 1 .

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 16

Find the odd one out from the following -

  • United Nations
  • International Monetary Fund
  • World Health Organisation 
  • United Nations Human Rights Council
Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 16

United nations as it's the parent body and all other are it's subsidiaries

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 17

Bill earns more commission than does Sandra. But since Andrew earns more commission than does Lisa, it follows that Bill earns more commission than does Lisa.
Any of the following, if introduced into the argument as an additional premise, will not make the argument above logically correct EXCEPT:

1. Andrew earns more commission than Bill
2. Sandra earns more commission than Lisa
3. Sandra earns more commission than Andrew
4. Sandra and Andrew earn the same amount of commission

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 17

3 follows. Self explanatory.

Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 18

Time and again it has been shown that students who attend colleges with low faculty/student ratios get the most well-rounded education. As a result, when my children are ready to attend college, I’ll be sure they attend a school with a very small student population.
Which of the following, if true, identifies the greatest flaw in the reasoning above?

 

Detailed Solution for Achiever's Logical Reasoning Test #1 - Question 18

option c . Self explanatory.

Just because there are very few students doesn't mean the student-teacher ratio is low . 

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