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This EduRev document offers 15 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from the topic Binary Logic  (Level - 1). These questions are of Level - 1 difficulty and will assist you in the preparation of CAT & other MBA exams. You can practice/attempt these CAT Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and check the explanations for a better understanding of the topic. 

Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
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In a certain village, there are three communities. Each person is of a community among Amora, Gitty and Pixie. Of these, Amoras always speak the truth, Gitties always lie and Pixies always make statements that alternate between the truth and a lie, in any order. The following question is based on the conversations that I had when I visited the village.
Three persons Bryan, Edward and Avril, each of whom is of a different community, are standing together. When asked about their community, Bryan replied, "I am a Gitty. Avril is Amora.". Then Edward belongs to which community?
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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
Try yourself:Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
In a certain village, there are three communities. Each person is of a community among Amora, Gitty and Pixie. Of these, Amoras always speak the truth, Gitties always lie and Pixies always make statements that alternate between the truth and a lie, in any order. The following question is based on the conversations that I had when I visited the village.
Each of three different persons Mary, Helen and Patricia belong to a different community. In the conversation, Patricia said, "I am a Pixie. Mary is not a Gitty.'' Who among the three persons is an Amora?
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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
Try yourself:Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
In a certain village, there are three communities. Each person is of a community among Amora, Gitty and Pixie. Of these, Amoras always speak the truth, Gitties always lie and Pixies always make statements that alternate between the truth and a lie, in any order. The following question is based on the conversations that I had when I visited the village.
While returning, I met three persons Bruce, Colin and Hamish, each of whom is of a different community. In a conversation, Hamish said, "I am an Amora. Bruce is an Amora."
If Bruce is not a Pixie, then who among the three persons is the Gitty?
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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
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Each of the three thieves - Thief-1, Thief-2 and Thief-3-stole exactly one of different items among a Bronze Statue, Rare Painting and Antique Gun from a famous museum. When captured by police, each thief always gave two replies to any question asked. Out of these three, exactly one thief always speaks the truth, one of the other two always lies and the remaining one always alternates between the truth and a lie, in any order. When each was asked "Which item did you steal from museum?", the following were their answers:
Thief-1:
I stole Bronze Statue.
Thief-2 stole Rare Painting.
Thief-2:
I stole Bronze Statue.
Thief-3 stole Antique Gun.
Thief-3:
Thief-1 stole Rare Painting.
Thief-2 stole Bronze Statue.
Based on the above information, solve the following question.

Who among the three must have stolen Antique Gun?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
Try yourself:Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Each of the three thieves - Thief-1, Thief-2 and Thief-3-stole exactly one of different items among a Bronze Statue, Rare Painting and Antique Gun from a famous museum. When captured by police, each thief always gave two replies to any question asked. Out of these three, exactly one thief always speaks the truth, one of the other two always lies and the remaining one always alternates between the truth and a lie, in any order. When each was asked "Which item did you steal from museum?", the following were their answers:
Thief-1:
I stole Bronze Statue.
Thief-2 stole Rare Painting.
Thief-2:
I stole Bronze Statue.
Thief-3 stole Antique Gun.
Thief-3:
Thief-1 stole Rare Painting.
Thief-2 stole Bronze Statue.
Based on the above information, solve the following question.

Which item did Thief-2 steal?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
Try yourself:Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Each of the three thieves - Thief-1, Thief-2 and Thief-3-stole exactly one of different items among a Bronze Statue, Rare Painting and Antique Gun from a famous museum. When captured by police, each thief always gave two replies to any question asked. Out of these three, exactly one thief always speaks the truth, one of the other two always lies and the remaining one always alternates between the truth and a lie, in any order. When each was asked "Which item did you steal from museum?", the following were their answers:
Thief-1:
I stole Bronze Statue.
Thief-2 stole Rare Painting.
Thief-2:
I stole Bronze Statue.
Thief-3 stole Antique Gun.
Thief-3:
Thief-1 stole Rare Painting.
Thief-2 stole Bronze Statue.
Based on the above information, solve the following question.

If there are exactly two thieves who always tell the truth and the third thief either always lies or alternates between the truth and a lie, then which of the following statements must be false?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
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Each of three players, Stanley, Owen, and Geoffrey, is from a different team among Team-A, Team-B and Team-C. Further, each player plays at different position among Goalkeeper, Defender and Mid-fielder.
They made the following statements about the teams that they are from and their positions. Further, it is known that each player told exactly two false statements.
Stanley:
I am not playing for Team-A.
Owen is a Mid-fielder.
Geoffrey is playing for Team-C.
Owen:
I am a Defender.
Geoffrey is not playing for Team-C.
Stanley is a Mid-fielder.
Geoffrey:
Stanley is a Defender.
Owen is playing for Team-C. 
I am a Mid-fielder.

Which team is the Defender playing for?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
Try yourself:Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Each of three players, Stanley, Owen, and Geoffrey, is from a different team among Team-A, Team-B and Team-C. Further, each player plays at different position among Goalkeeper, Defender and Mid-fielder.
They made the following statements about the teams that they are from and their positions. Further, it is known that each player told exactly two false statements.
Stanley:
I am not playing for Team-A.
Owen is a Mid-fielder.
Geoffrey is playing for Team-C.
Owen:
I am a Defender.
Geoffrey is not playing for Team-C.
Stanley is a Mid-fielder.
Geoffrey:
Stanley is a Defender.
Owen is playing for Team-C. 
I am a Mid-fielder.

The player from Team-C plays at which position?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
Try yourself:Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Each of three players, Stanley, Owen, and Geoffrey, is from a different team among Team-A, Team-B and Team-C. Further, each player plays at different position among Goalkeeper, Defender and Mid-fielder.
They made the following statements about the teams that they are from and their positions. Further, it is known that each player told exactly two false statements.
Stanley:
I am not playing for Team-A.
Owen is a Mid-fielder.
Geoffrey is playing for Team-C.
Owen:
I am a Defender.
Geoffrey is not playing for Team-C.
Stanley is a Mid-fielder.
Geoffrey:
Stanley is a Defender.
Owen is playing for Team-C. 
I am a Mid-fielder.

Which team is Owen from?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
Try yourself:Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Each of three players, Stanley, Owen, and Geoffrey, is from a different team among Team-A, Team-B and Team-C. Further, each player plays at different position among Goalkeeper, Defender and Mid-fielder.
They made the following statements about the teams that they are from and their positions. Further, it is known that each player told exactly two false statements.
Stanley:
I am not playing for Team-A.
Owen is a Mid-fielder.
Geoffrey is playing for Team-C.
Owen:
I am a Defender.
Geoffrey is not playing for Team-C.
Stanley is a Mid-fielder.
Geoffrey:
Stanley is a Defender.
Owen is playing for Team-C. 
I am a Mid-fielder.

Which of the following is true for the goalkeeper?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
Try yourself:Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Each of three players, Stanley, Owen, and Geoffrey, is from a different team among Team-A, Team-B and Team-C. Further, each player plays at different position among Goalkeeper, Defender and Mid-fielder.
They made the following statements about the teams that they are from and their positions. Further, it is known that each player told exactly two false statements.
Stanley:
I am not playing for Team-A.
Owen is a Mid-fielder.
Geoffrey is playing for Team-C.
Owen:
I am a Defender.
Geoffrey is not playing for Team-C.
Stanley is a Mid-fielder.
Geoffrey:
Stanley is a Defender.
Owen is playing for Team-C. 
I am a Mid-fielder.

Which of the following statements is/are definitely true?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
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Each of three friends, Graeme, Harry and Mathew supports exactly one of the three football clubs – Barcelona, Arsenal and Chelsea, with no two of them supporting the same football club. Also, it is known that any of them can be truth-tellers, liars or alternators. On being asked about their choice of clubs and talking patterns, each of them gave the following three statements:
Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic - Notes | Study Level-wise Practice Questions for CAT Preparation - CAT

The person who supports Barcelona is 

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
Try yourself:Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Each of three friends, Graeme, Harry and Mathew supports exactly one of the three football clubs – Barcelona, Arsenal and Chelsea, with no two of them supporting the same football club. Also, it is known that any of them can be truth-tellers, liars or alternators. On being asked about their choice of clubs and talking patterns, each of them gave the following three statements:
Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic - Notes | Study Level-wise Practice Questions for CAT Preparation - CAT

Who among the following is a liar?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
Try yourself:Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Each of three friends, Graeme, Harry and Mathew supports exactly one of the three football clubs – Barcelona, Arsenal and Chelsea, with no two of them supporting the same football club. Also, it is known that any of them can be truth-tellers, liars or alternators. On being asked about their choice of clubs and talking patterns, each of them gave the following three statements:
Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic - Notes | Study Level-wise Practice Questions for CAT Preparation - CAT

Which of the following statements is/are false?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic
Try yourself:Directions: Study the following information and answer the question that follows.
Each of three friends, Graeme, Harry and Mathew supports exactly one of the three football clubs – Barcelona, Arsenal and Chelsea, with no two of them supporting the same football club. Also, it is known that any of them can be truth-tellers, liars or alternators. On being asked about their choice of clubs and talking patterns, each of them gave the following three statements:
Practice Questions Level 1: Binary Logic - Notes | Study Level-wise Practice Questions for CAT Preparation - CAT

Who among the following supports Arsenal?

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