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# Logical Thinking Questions and Answers

Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions

A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a circle equidistant from each other. Some of them are facing the centre while some are facing away from the centre. Each person likes different colours like Red, Violet, Blue, Black, Pink, Yellow, Brown and Green but not necessarily in the same order.

C is seated second to the right of A. The person who likes Brown colour is facing away from the centre. B likes Blue and is seated between the persons who like Red and Green. Both the immediate neighbours of C face the same direction. Both the immediate neighbours of E face the opposite directions. D likes Yellow and seated between C and E. A does not like Green color. A sits third to the left of D who is facing at the centre. A is the neighbor of H. E does not like Violet. The person who likes Pink colour sits third to the one who likes Brown colour. H is facing away from the centre. The person who likes Black is seated between the persons who like Pink and Violet. A is immediate left of B. H sits second to the left of F whose immediate neighbours face opposite direction. G faces the same direction as A and E faces the same direction as C.

(Note: Facing the same direction means, if one is facing at the centre then the other person is also facing at the centre and vice versa. Facing the opposite directions means if one is facing at the centre then the other person is facing away from the centre and vice versa.)

1. Who amongst the following sits second to the right of F?
1) H
2) D
3) C
4) G
5) A

2. Which of the following is true with respect to the given information?
1) G is facing away from the centre
2) B sits exactly between A and F
3) B sits third to the right of E
4) A is facing away from the centre
5) A sits second to the left of C

3. How many persons in the given arrangement are facing at the centre?
1) Four
2) One
3) Three
4) Two
5) More than four

4. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which of the following does not belong to the group?
1) B, A
2) D, C
3) E, B
4) F, E
5) G, F

5. Who likes Brown color?
1) H
2) D
3) C
4) G
5) A

6. Who is immediate left to the one who likes Pink color?
1) H
2) E
3) F
4) G
5) A

7. How many persons are seated between C and G?
1) 4
2) 1
3) 3
4) 2
5) None of these

8. What is the color, the person likes who sits between E and C?
1) Yellow
2) Black
3) Brown
4) Blue
5) None of these

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. In a certain code language,
■ work for right solution – #4+, \$3*, *5%, @8^
■ fine whole sale rates – \$4Δ, *5@, #5Δ, @4Δ,
■ why find single route – @6Δ, *5Δ, #3π, \$4δ,
■ what favours success range – \$7@, @7@, #4%, *5Δ

9. What is the code for “solution”?
1) \$3!
2) #4+
3) *5%
4) @8^
5) Cannot be determined

10. Which of the following code can be coded for “whole”?
1) @4Δ
2) *5@
3) #5Δ
4) \$4Δ
5) Cannot be determined

11. What is the code for “find right rates”?
1) \$4δ *5% *5+
2) \$4δ *5% *5@
3) \$4δ *5\$ *5@
4) \$4@ *5% *5@
5) Cannot be determined

12. What is the code for “favours”?
1) \$7@
2) #7@
3) *7@
4) &7@
5) Cannot be determined

13. What is the code for “Donkey”?
1) #T4
2) \$T7
3) *T7
4) @N7
5) δ6π

In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer:
1) If only conclusion I is true
2) If only conclusion II is true
3) If either conclusion I or II is true
4) If neither conclusion I nor II is true
5) If both conclusions I and II are true

14. Statements: K > R≥M≥D,P = K, P ≤ L
Conclusion:
I. P > D
II. L > R

15. Statements: S>P=A, M ≤ T ≤R, A < M
Conclusion:
I. R > S
II. A > T

16. Statements: T = S ≥ C > L, C = N < A, S < P
Conclusion::
I. P = A
II.N ≤ S

17. Statements: V > K = X, X ≥ Q, Z ≤ Q
Conclusion:
I. K=Z
II. K>Z

18. Statements: S ≥ P > L, P = N < A, S < Q
Conclusion:
I.Q > A
II.Q ≤ A

In each of these questions three Conclusions have been given followed by 5 sets of possible Statements. You have to take the given Conclusions to be true even if they seem to be at variance with the commonly known facts and then decide for the given Conclusions logically follows from the which of the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

19. Conclusions :
I. Some Cats are Rats
II. Some planets are Cats
III. All Tiles being planets is a possibility

1) Statements:
All Rats are Planets
Some Cats are Planets
All Planets are Tiles

2) Statements:
All Rats are Cats
No Cat is Planet
All Planets are Tiles

3) Statements:
All Rats are Cats
Some Cats are Planets
All Planets are Tiles

4) Statements:
All Rats are Cats
Some Cats are Planets
No Planet is Tile

5) Statements:
Some Rats are Cats
Some Rats are Planets
All Planets are Tiles

20. Conclusions:
I. Some Cots are Bats
II. All Fans are Cots
III. All Cots being Fans is a possibility

1) Statements:
All Fans are Bats
No Bat is Rat
All Rats are Cots

2) Statements:
Some Fans are Bats
Some Bats are Rats
All Rats are Cots

3) Statements:
All Fans are Bats
All Bats are Rats
All Rats are Cots

4) Statements:
All Fans are Bats
All Bats are Rats
Some Rats are Cots

5) Statements:
Some Fans are Bats
Some Bats are Rats
Some Rats are Cots

21. Conclusions:
I. Some Sheets are Rods
II. Some Rods are Curtains
III. Some Pillows are Sheets

1) Statements :
All Curtains are Rods
No Rods is Sheet
Some Sheets are Pillows

2) Statements:
All Curtains are Rods
Some Rods are Sheets
Some Sheets are Pillows

3) Statements :
No Curtain is Rod
Some Rods are Sheets
Some Sheets are Pillows

4) Statements:
All Curtains are Rods
Some Rods are Sheets
No Sheet is Pillow

5) Statements:
Some Curtains are Sheets.
Some Rods are Sheets
Some Sheets are Pillows