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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 1

Select the most appropriate answer. Q.  The National Book Shop does not care about its customers. I was looking for a cookery book there last week, and it took me ten minutes to get the attention of a sales person. Which one of the following statements best express the assumption underlying the customer’s conclusion?

Detailed Solution for Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 1

The correct option is C.
Direct from the passage.

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 2

Select the most appropriate answer. Q. ​ Since all tigers which I have seen so far were having dark brown stripes, it follows that the tigers I will see when I visit Bennerghatta Sanctuary will also have dark brown stripes. Which of the following most closely parallels the reasoning of the above argument?

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 3

Select the most appropriate answer. Q.  Until recent times it was the local communities that have used, developed and conserved biological diversity who have been custodians of the biological wealth of this planet. It is their control, their knowledge and their rights that need to be strengthened if the foundations of biodiversity conservation are to be strong and deep. However, instead of being treated as common property of local communities or as national property of sovereign states, the Third World’s biodiversity has been treated by the Western industrialized States as common heritage of humankind. Such claims are not only atrocious, but are indicative of Western neo-imperialism.  One of the following statements is not in conformity with the above view. Identify these statements.

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The correct option is C.
‘ It is their control, their knowledge and their rights that need to be strengthened if the foundations of biodiversity conservation are to be strong and deep.’
This option does not refer to the passage.

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 4

Q. ​​
Until recent times it was the local communities that have used, developed and conserved biological diversity who have been custodians of the biological wealth of this planet. It is their control, their knowledge and their rights that need to be strengthened if the foundations of biodiversity conservation are to be strong and deep. However, instead of being treated as common property of local communities or as national property of sovereign states, the Third World’s biodiversity has been treated by the Western industrialized States as common heritage of humankind. Such claims are not only atrocious, but are indicative of Western neo-imperialism.  One of the following statements is not in conformity with the above view. Identify these statements.

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 5

Q. ​​
A study of the background of topper is different professional colleges concludes that the students who studied in their mother tongue as a medium of instruction in schools fare as well as those who studied in English medium schools. So we can conclude that parents must be encouraged to give their children primary education in their mother tongue rather than in an alien language.Which of the following would strengthen the above argument

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 6

Q. ​​Recent exploratory missions to the moon establish that there is no reason to rule out the possibility of existence of Uranium on the moon. The Indian Space Research Organisation must, then, undertake exploration of the Moon so as to plan for commercial exploitation.

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 7

Q.
If Croatia is a developing nation from Latin America, then it must be a member of Organisation of America State (O.A.S.).

The statement above can be deduced logically from which of the following statements?

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 8

Q.
Shrimp farming in the coastal areas of Eastern India proved to be lucrative initially. But in the long run, its detrimental environmental impact made in an unwise venture, especially when we compared its advantages, with those of traditional fishing in coastal waters.Which of the following is not in conformity with the above argument?

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 9

Q.​
If Aditya was born in Maharashtra State, then he is a citizen of India.

The above statement can be deducted logically from which of the following statements?

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 10

Q.​
Satellite television has become very popular in India because it is very easy to get a cable connection from community receivers at modest cost. But most of the Satellite TV channels depict crime, violence and sex openly. The rate of violent crimes is rising rapidly, particularly among young people.

If the above statements are taken as premises, which one of the following is the best conclusion?

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 11

In each of the following questions, there is a certain relation between two given words on one side of : : and one word is given on another side of : : ……. Encircle the suitable word to be put on the other side from the given alternatives.

Q.
Monogamy : Polygamy :: Singular : …………...

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EXP: Monogamy : Polygamy

Singular : Plural

In same way

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 12

In each of the following questions, there is a certain relation between two given words on one side of : : and one word is given on another side of : : ……. Encircle the suitable word to be put on the other side from the given alternatives.

Q.​
Landlord : Tenant :: Ownership : …………

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EXP: Landlord : Tenant

Ownership : Lease

In same way

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 13

In each of the following questions, there is a certain relation between two given words on one side of : : and one word is given on another side of : : ……. Encircle the suitable word to be put on the other side from the given alternatives.

Q.​​
Sushant started from his house and walked 5km north of his house. Then he turned left and walked 3km, then he turned right and walked 5km. Again he turned right and walked 3km. Where is his final destination from his house?

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10 km North

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 14

In each of the following questions, there is a certain relation between two given words on one side of : : and one word is given on another side of : : ……. Encircle the suitable word to be put on the other side from the given alternatives.

Q.​​
In a row of children A is 13 th from the left and D is 17th from the right. If in this row A is 11th from the right then what is the position of D from the left?

Detailed Solution for Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 14

Total Students (T) = 13 + 11 – 1 = 23

D’s Position from Left (L) = T + 1 – Position from Right (R)

23+ 1 – 17 = 7 L

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 15

In each of the following questions, a number series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the black spaces.

Q.
3691, 6931, 9361, 3691, (_____)

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EXP: 3691         6931    9361    3691    6931

1234    2314    3124    1234    2314

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 16

In each of the following questions, a number series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the black spaces.

Q.
1, 4, 15, 64, 325, (_____)

Detailed Solution for Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 16

1*2 +2 =4 Second number

4*3+3=15 Third number

15*4+4=64 Fourth number

64*5+5=325 Fifth number

325*6+6=1956

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 17

In each of the following questions, a number series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the black spaces.Q.  If TEMPORARY is written as BEDGFIAIG, how will PERMANENT be written?

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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 18

If the 25th of August in a year is Thursday, the number of Mondays in that month is

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EXP: 5

25 Aug – Thursday

29 Aug – Monday

22 Aug – Monday

15 Aug – Monday

8 Aug – Monday

1 Aug – Monday

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 19

The angle between the minute hand and the hour hand of a clock when the time is 8.30, is:

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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 20

If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the 2nd, the 3rd, the 4th and the 6th letter of the word STRATEGIC; then which of the following will be the 2nd letter of the word? If no such word can be made, mark ‘X’ as your answer. If more than one such word can be made, mark ‘M’ as your answer.

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EXP: M  2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th  STRATEGIC

Using these 4 words T, R, A, E Two words formed ie Rate & Tear.

More than One word is formed so Ans is M

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 21

Q.
Chitra, Sheela and Deepa are married to Arun, Mahesh and Shyam respectively. Arun is a lawyer. One of the husbands is an engineer, and one a doctor, Sheela is not married to an engineer. Deepa’s husband is not a doctor. In view of this, which of the following statements is correct?

Detailed Solution for Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 21

EXP: Chitra- = Arun+ Lawyer

Sheela- = Mahesh/Shyam+ Doctor

Deepa- = Shyam/Mahesh+ Engineer

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 22

Q.
Of thesix towns, Poona is bigger than Mysore, Dharwad is bigger than Madurai, Kanpur is not as big as Dharwad but bigger than Mysore. Mysore is smaller than Madurai but bigger than Indore. Which is the smallest?

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EXP: Indore

Poona > Mysore

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 23

Q. ​
Four teachers in the Law School are sitting in the canteen around a table and having tea.

Mr. R sits opposite to the Economics teachers.

Property Law teacher sits opposite to History teacher.

The History teacher is on the left of International Law teacher.

Ms. E sits opposite to Mr. K.

What subjects are taught by Mr. R and Mrs. P?

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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 24

Akshay is younger than Rohit, Rohit is older than Rahul but not as old as Ranjit. Abhay is third in the age sequence among five cousins. Who is the youngest?

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Rohit > Akshay

Ranjeet > Rohit > Rahul

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 25

Read the information carefully and answer the questions that follow. Select the correct answer. Information for questions

Ms. Kavita Kapoor is a New Delhi based practicing lawyer. She is supposed to appear in six different courts/tribunals in the course of one day. She asks her clerk to prepare a schedule for the day in view of importance of cases. These courts and tribunals are Supreme Court (SC). High Court (HC), District Court (DC), Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court (MMC) and National Consumer Forum (NCF).

i) She must appear in SC before HC and MMC.

ii) She must appear in HC before CAT.

iii) Her third visit during the day should be to DC.

Q.
Which of the following must be true of the lawyer’s schedule?

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EXP:

SC    HC/MMC         CAT

DC

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 26

Read the information carefully and answer the questions that follow. Select the correct answer. Information for questions

Ms. Kavita Kapoor is a New Delhi based practicing lawyer. She is supposed to appear in six different courts/tribunals in the course of one day. She asks her clerk to prepare a schedule for the day in view of importance of cases. These courts and tribunals are Supreme Court (SC). High Court (HC), District Court (DC), Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court (MMC) and National Consumer Forum (NCF).

i) She must appear in SC before HC and MMC.

ii) She must appear in HC before CAT.

iii) Her third visit during the day should be to DC.

Q.
​If Ms. Kapoor appears in NCF first, in which court or tribunal must she appear next?

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EXP:

SC    HC/MMC         CAT

DC

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 27

Read the information carefully and answer the questions that follow. Select the correct answer. Information for questions

Ms. Kavita Kapoor is a New Delhi based practicing lawyer. She is supposed to appear in six different courts/tribunals in the course of one day. She asks her clerk to prepare a schedule for the day in view of importance of cases. These courts and tribunals are Supreme Court (SC). High Court (HC), District Court (DC), Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court (MMC) and National Consumer Forum (NCF).

i) She must appear in SC before HC and MMC.

ii) She must appear in HC before CAT.

iii) Her third visit during the day should be to DC.

Q.​
Ms. Kapoor could appear in any of the following courts or tribunal immediately after DC except?

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EXP:

SC    HC/MMC         CAT

DC

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 28

Read the information carefully and answer the questions that follow. Select the correct answer. Information for questions

Ms. Kavita Kapoor is a New Delhi based practicing lawyer. She is supposed to appear in six different courts/tribunals in the course of one day. She asks her clerk to prepare a schedule for the day in view of importance of cases. These courts and tribunals are Supreme Court (SC). High Court (HC), District Court (DC), Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court (MMC) and National Consumer Forum (NCF).

i) She must appear in SC before HC and MMC.

ii) She must appear in HC before CAT.

iii) Her third visit during the day should be to DC.

Q.​​
If Ms. Kapoor appears in CAT immediately before MMC and immediately after NCF, she must appear in CAT

Detailed Solution for Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 28

EXP:

SC    HC/MMC         CAT

DC

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 29

Read the information carefully and answer the questions that follow. Select the correct answer. Information for questions

Ms. Kavita Kapoor is a New Delhi based practicing lawyer. She is supposed to appear in six different courts/tribunals in the course of one day. She asks her clerk to prepare a schedule for the day in view of importance of cases. These courts and tribunals are Supreme Court (SC). High Court (HC), District Court (DC), Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court (MMC) and National Consumer Forum (NCF).

i) She must appear in SC before HC and MMC.

ii) She must appear in HC before CAT.

iii) Her third visit during the day should be to DC.

Q.​​​
Which of the following could be the order in which Ms. Kapoor appeared in all the six courts/tribunals?

Detailed Solution for Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 29

EXP:

SC    HC/MMC         CAT

DC

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 30

There are four friends A, B, C and D. They drink two soft drinks Coke and Pepsi. Their favourite heroes are Amir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan. They drive bikes and cars.
(i) A drives a bike but not a car, drinks Coke and Pepsi and likes Amir Khan.
(ii) B drives both and drinks Pepsi and likes Shahrukh Khan.
(iii) C drives car and drinks nothing but likes both Amir Khan and Shahrukh Khan.
​(iv) D drives nothing, drinks nothing but likes both Amir Khan and Shahrukh Khan.
Q. A and D always go together so they watch ....... movies and go by …….

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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 31

If D has to watch a Shahrukh movie, and has a bike, who does he go with?

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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 32

Which of the following is true?

(i) A drinks coke, because he likes Amir.

(ii) Among the four friends, those who love Shahrukh drink Pepsi.

(iii) Among the four friends, those who drink Pepsi drive a bike.

Detailed Solution for Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 32

The correct option is C because the third statement is irrelevant and false.

Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 33

Which of the following are true?

(i) The person driving a car has Pepsi.

(ii) The person who likes Shahrukh drives a Bike.

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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 34

If C goes for Aamir movie on bike, then he goes with

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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 35

Each question below has six statements. Choose the set of three statements where the third statement can be logically concluded from the preceding two.

Q.
A) All blue must have greens.

B) All pinks need red but all reds do not need pinks.

C) Oranges require yellows.

D) Yellows are necessary for all blues.

E) No greens are without yellows.

F) All Yellows are in Green.

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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 36

Each question below has six statements. Choose the set of three statements where the third statement can be logically concluded from the preceding two.

Q.

A) Jaguars are rarely found in India.

B) All spotted cats are not jaguars.

C) Jaguars are spotted cats.

D) It may have been a jaguar.

E) I saw a spotted cat.

F) Tigers are stupid cats.

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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 37

Radha and Minilal have two children – Divya and Simmi. Divya got married to Anuj, who is the son of Madhu and Jabbar. Reshma is the daughter of Anuj. Anuj’s sister Kiran got married to Subodh and Tarun and Aman are their son. Tarun is the grandson of Madhu and Jabbar.

Q.
What is the relationship between Aman and Reshma?

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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 38

Radha and Minilal have two children – Divya and Simmi. Divya got married to Anuj, who is the son of Madhu and Jabbar. Reshma is the daughter of Anuj. Anuj’s sister Kiran got married to Subodh and Tarun and Aman are their son. Tarun is the grandson of Madhu and Jabbar.

Q.
How is Subodh related to Jabbar?

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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 39

Radha and Minilal have two children – Divya and Simmi. Divya got married to Anuj, who is the son of Madhu and Jabbar. Reshma is the daughter of Anuj. Anuj’s sister Kiran got married to Subodh and Tarun and Aman are their son. Tarun is the grandson of Madhu and Jabbar.

Q.
How is Reshma related to Kiran?

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Test: Logical Reasoning- 3 - Question 40

Radha and Minilal have two children – Divya and Simmi. Divya got married to Anuj, who is the son of Madhu and Jabbar. Reshma is the daughter of Anuj. Anuj’s sister Kiran got married to Subodh and Tarun and Aman are their son. Tarun is the grandson of Madhu and Jabbar.

Q.
How is Divya related to Kiran?

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