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This EduRev document offers 20 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from the topic Logical Games (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: Logical Games
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A hotel has eight floors, numbered from 1 to 8, in such a way that the ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above the ground floor is numbered 2, and so on. The topmost floor is numbered 8.
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are each staying on one of these floors. U is staying on floor 6. There are three floors between the floors on which P and S are staying. W is staying on the topmost floor. Neither S nor R is staying on floor 5. T is staying on the floor immediately above and immediately below the floors of Q and R, but not necessarily in the same order. R is not staying on the floor which is immediately above or immediately below the floor of P.

On which of the following numbered floors is Q staying?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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A hotel has eight floors, numbered from 1 to 8, in such a way that the ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above the ground floor is numbered 2, and so on. The topmost floor is numbered 8.
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are each staying on one of these floors. U is staying on floor 6. There are three floors between the floors on which P and S are staying. W is staying on the topmost floor. Neither S nor R is staying on floor 5. T is staying on the floor immediately above and immediately below the floors of Q and R, but not necessarily in the same order. R is not staying on the floor which is immediately above or immediately below the floor of P.

Who is staying on floor numbered 7?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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A hotel has eight floors, numbered from 1 to 8, in such a way that the ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above the ground floor is numbered 2, and so on. The topmost floor is numbered 8.
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are each staying on one of these floors. U is staying on floor 6. There are three floors between the floors on which P and S are staying. W is staying on the topmost floor. Neither S nor R is staying on floor 5. T is staying on the floor immediately above and immediately below the floors of Q and R, but not necessarily in the same order. R is not staying on the floor which is immediately above or immediately below the floor of P.

How many floors are there between the floors of V and T?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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A hotel has eight floors, numbered from 1 to 8, in such a way that the ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above the ground floor is numbered 2, and so on. The topmost floor is numbered 8.
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are each staying on one of these floors. U is staying on floor 6. There are three floors between the floors on which P and S are staying. W is staying on the topmost floor. Neither S nor R is staying on floor 5. T is staying on the floor immediately above and immediately below the floors of Q and R, but not necessarily in the same order. R is not staying on the floor which is immediately above or immediately below the floor of P.

Who lives on the floors which are immediately above and below the floor where P is staying?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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In a school, one student each from Class V to XII is randomly picked and asked for his/her career choice. There are total eight students, namely Rohan, Jasmine, Kritika, Manvi, Sneha, Malika, Priya and Surbhi. All of them described eight different career choices viz. Lecturer, Doctor, Architect, Lawyer, Hacker, Scientist, Engineer and Teacher, but not necessarily in the same order.
The student who wants to be a Hacker is not from Class VI. Manvi is from Class VIII and does not want to be a Doctor. The student from Class X wants to be a Teacher. Surbhi is from Class XII and wants to become a Scientist. The student from Class VII does not want to become a Doctor, nor a Lawyer. Rohan belongs to Class V. Priya is from Class XI and wants to become a Lecturer. Kritika wants to become an Engineer but does not belong to Class IX or VI. Jasmine wants to become an Architect and Sneha wants to become a Hacker.

Who belongs to Class VI?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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In a school, one student each from Class V to XII is randomly picked and asked for his/her career choice. There are total eight students, namely Rohan, Jasmine, Kritika, Manvi, Sneha, Malika, Priya and Surbhi. All of them described eight different career choices viz. Lecturer, Doctor, Architect, Lawyer, Hacker, Scientist, Engineer and Teacher, but not necessarily in the same order.
The student who wants to be a Hacker is not from Class VI. Manvi is from Class VIII and does not want to be a Doctor. The student from Class X wants to be a Teacher. Surbhi is from Class XII and wants to become a Scientist. The student from Class VII does not want to become a Doctor, nor a Lawyer. Rohan belongs to Class V. Priya is from Class XI and wants to become a Lecturer. Kritika wants to become an Engineer but does not belong to Class IX or VI. Jasmine wants to become an Architect and Sneha wants to become a Hacker.

Which of the following combinations is correct?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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In a school, one student each from Class V to XII is randomly picked and asked for his/her career choice. There are total eight students, namely Rohan, Jasmine, Kritika, Manvi, Sneha, Malika, Priya and Surbhi. All of them described eight different career choices viz. Lecturer, Doctor, Architect, Lawyer, Hacker, Scientist, Engineer and Teacher, but not necessarily in the same order.
The student who wants to be a Hacker is not from Class VI. Manvi is from Class VIII and does not want to be a Doctor. The student from Class X wants to be a Teacher. Surbhi is from Class XII and wants to become a Scientist. The student from Class VII does not want to become a Doctor, nor a Lawyer. Rohan belongs to Class V. Priya is from Class XI and wants to become a Lecturer. Kritika wants to become an Engineer but does not belong to Class IX or VI. Jasmine wants to become an Architect and Sneha wants to become a Hacker.

What is the career choice of Rohan?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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In a school, one student each from Class V to XII is randomly picked and asked for his/her career choice. There are total eight students, namely Rohan, Jasmine, Kritika, Manvi, Sneha, Malika, Priya and Surbhi. All of them described eight different career choices viz. Lecturer, Doctor, Architect, Lawyer, Hacker, Scientist, Engineer and Teacher, but not necessarily in the same order.
The student who wants to be a Hacker is not from Class VI. Manvi is from Class VIII and does not want to be a Doctor. The student from Class X wants to be a Teacher. Surbhi is from Class XII and wants to become a Scientist. The student from Class VII does not want to become a Doctor, nor a Lawyer. Rohan belongs to Class V. Priya is from Class XI and wants to become a Lecturer. Kritika wants to become an Engineer but does not belong to Class IX or VI. Jasmine wants to become an Architect and Sneha wants to become a Hacker.

The class of every student is put according to their career choice. If the career choice of Priya is changed to Engineer from Lecturer, then which class would now she belong to?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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Seven student A,N,S,M,P,R,F are studying in seven different colleges viz DAV, BVM, KVM, PCTE, SCA, Khalsa, GNIMT but not necessarily in same order. Each college have its own different colour uniform viz.Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Pink, Grey, violet ,not in same order . N goes to SCA but does not wear Red or pink uniform. S wear Red colour uniform but does not go to BVM or khalsa college. P goes to PCTE and wear Grey dress.The one who go to GNIMT wear blue dress. M goes to DAV. F wear Violet colour dress. A does not go to GNIMT. The one who wear yellow colour goes to BVM.

Who wears blue coloured uniform?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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Seven student A,N,S,M,P,R,F are studying in seven different colleges viz DAV, BVM, KVM, PCTE, SCA, Khalsa, GNIMT but not necessarily in same order. Each college have its own different colour uniform viz.Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Pink, Grey, violet ,not in same order . N goes to SCA but does not wear Red or pink uniform. S wear Red colour uniform but does not go to BVM or khalsa college. P goes to PCTE and wear Grey dress.The one who go to GNIMT wear blue dress. M goes to DAV. F wear Violet colour dress. A does not go to GNIMT. The one who wear yellow colour goes to BVM.

Which of the following coloured uniforms is worn by N?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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Seven student A,N,S,M,P,R,F are studying in seven different colleges viz DAV, BVM, KVM, PCTE, SCA, Khalsa, GNIMT but not necessarily in same order. Each college have its own different colour uniform viz.Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Pink, Grey, violet ,not in same order . N goes to SCA but does not wear Red or pink uniform. S wear Red colour uniform but does not go to BVM or khalsa college. P goes to PCTE and wear Grey dress.The one who go to GNIMT wear blue dress. M goes to DAV. F wear Violet colour dress. A does not go to GNIMT. The one who wear yellow colour goes to BVM.

R goes to which of the following colleges?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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Seven student A,N,S,M,P,R,F are studying in seven different colleges viz DAV, BVM, KVM, PCTE, SCA, Khalsa, GNIMT but not necessarily in same order. Each college have its own different colour uniform viz.Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Pink, Grey, violet ,not in same order . N goes to SCA but does not wear Red or pink uniform. S wear Red colour uniform but does not go to BVM or khalsa college. P goes to PCTE and wear Grey dress.The one who go to GNIMT wear blue dress. M goes to DAV. F wear Violet colour dress. A does not go to GNIMT. The one who wear yellow colour goes to BVM.

Which of the following is correct?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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There are five friends Gautam, Anik, Rahul, Taiyab and Bhaskar. Two of them are professors, one is of Geography and one of History and rest three are Electrician, Cricketer and Civil-servant.
Two of them live in Delhi and other three live in Chennai, Bengaluru and Mumbai. Two of them are married and one of them is divorced. Anik belongs to the same city as the History professor. Both married friends belong neither from Mumbai nor from Delhi. One who is from Mumbai, is a divorced man. Gautam is a Cricketer. Bhaskar is a professor neither from Bengaluru nor from Mumbai. The one who is Civil-servant, is not from Delhi. Rahul is a married Geography professor and from neither Mumbai nor Bengaluru. Cricketer is not divorced.

Who is the professor of History?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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There are five friends Gautam, Anik, Rahul, Taiyab and Bhaskar. Two of them are professors, one is of Geography and one of History and rest three are Electrician, Cricketer and Civil-servant.
Two of them live in Delhi and other three live in Chennai, Bengaluru and Mumbai. Two of them are married and one of them is divorced. Anik belongs to the same city as the History professor. Both married friends belong neither from Mumbai nor from Delhi. One who is from Mumbai, is a divorced man. Gautam is a Cricketer. Bhaskar is a professor neither from Bengaluru nor from Mumbai. The one who is Civil-servant, is not from Delhi. Rahul is a married Geography professor and from neither Mumbai nor Bengaluru. Cricketer is not divorced.

Who is the Electrician among them?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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There are five friends Gautam, Anik, Rahul, Taiyab and Bhaskar. Two of them are professors, one is of Geography and one of History and rest three are Electrician, Cricketer and Civil-servant.
Two of them live in Delhi and other three live in Chennai, Bengaluru and Mumbai. Two of them are married and one of them is divorced. Anik belongs to the same city as the History professor. Both married friends belong neither from Mumbai nor from Delhi. One who is from Mumbai, is a divorced man. Gautam is a Cricketer. Bhaskar is a professor neither from Bengaluru nor from Mumbai. The one who is Civil-servant, is not from Delhi. Rahul is a married Geography professor and from neither Mumbai nor Bengaluru. Cricketer is not divorced.

Who is from Bengaluru?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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There are five friends Gautam, Anik, Rahul, Taiyab and Bhaskar. Two of them are professors, one is of Geography and one of History and rest three are Electrician, Cricketer and Civil-servant.
Two of them live in Delhi and other three live in Chennai, Bengaluru and Mumbai. Two of them are married and one of them is divorced. Anik belongs to the same city as the History professor. Both married friends belong neither from Mumbai nor from Delhi. One who is from Mumbai, is a divorced man. Gautam is a Cricketer. Bhaskar is a professor neither from Bengaluru nor from Mumbai. The one who is Civil-servant, is not from Delhi. Rahul is a married Geography professor and from neither Mumbai nor Bengaluru. Cricketer is not divorced.

Who is a Civil-servant?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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Five tennis singles matches are to be played between ten students of universities X and Y. Those ten students are I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q and R. Five of them belong to university X and other five belong to university Y. Every student will play a match. No two students of the same university will play against each other.
M will play the fourth match. Two matches will be played between the matches of I and R. O will not play against K. L will play the last match. P and R belong to the same university. J belongs to university Y. Q and P will play against each other. K will play the match immediately after N and they are not from the same university. M and I belong to the same university. I will not play against L. L and R are from the same university.

Which of the following students from university X will play an even numbered match but not against J?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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Five tennis singles matches are to be played between ten students of universities X and Y. Those ten students are I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q and R. Five of them belong to university X and other five belong to university Y. Every student will play a match. No two students of the same university will play against each other.
M will play the fourth match. Two matches will be played between the matches of I and R. O will not play against K. L will play the last match. P and R belong to the same university. J belongs to university Y. Q and P will play against each other. K will play the match immediately after N and they are not from the same university. M and I belong to the same university. I will not play against L. L and R are from the same university.

Who will play against K?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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Five tennis singles matches are to be played between ten students of universities X and Y. Those ten students are I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q and R. Five of them belong to university X and other five belong to university Y. Every student will play a match. No two students of the same university will play against each other.
M will play the fourth match. Two matches will be played between the matches of I and R. O will not play against K. L will play the last match. P and R belong to the same university. J belongs to university Y. Q and P will play against each other. K will play the match immediately after N and they are not from the same university. M and I belong to the same university. I will not play against L. L and R are from the same university.

Which one of the following is different from others?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 1: Logical Games
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Five tennis singles matches are to be played between ten students of universities X and Y. Those ten students are I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q and R. Five of them belong to university X and other five belong to university Y. Every student will play a match. No two students of the same university will play against each other.
M will play the fourth match. Two matches will be played between the matches of I and R. O will not play against K. L will play the last match. P and R belong to the same university. J belongs to university Y. Q and P will play against each other. K will play the match immediately after N and they are not from the same university. M and I belong to the same university. I will not play against L. L and R are from the same university.

Who will play the third match from university Y?

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