Can You Pass This Logical Reasoning Quiz?

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How good are your logical reasoning skills? Can you pass this logical reasoning quiz we have created below and test your logical level of analysis? Try it and check how easily you can solve logical reasoning questions. Basically, logical reasoning refers to the non-verbal ability of a candidate to solve logical concepts and problems. Here, we have handpicked aptitude questions and answers to evaluate your ability to reason logically. It's a good opportunity to showcase your skills by getting a certificate at the end of the quiz.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    A, B, C, D, E, F, and G are sitting on chairs in a straight line facing South. A is sitting on the chair which is to the left side of C. G is sitting on the chair that is to the immediate left of F. E is sitting on a chair such that there are equal numbers of people on his left as well as his right. Bis sitting to the immediate left of E and D is sitting in the first position from the left. Who is sitting to the immediate right of E?

    • A.

      C

    • B.

      G

    • C.

      F

    • D.

      Cannot be determined

    Correct Answer
    D. Cannot be determined
  • 2. 

    A, B, C, D, E, F, and G are sitting on chairs in a straight line facing South. A is sitting on the chair which is to the left side of C. G is sitting on the chair that is to the immediate left of F. E is sitting on a chair such that there are equal numbers of people on his left as well as his right. Bis sitting to the immediate left of E and D is sitting in the first position from the left. Who is sitting at the right end?

    • A.

      G

    • B.

      C

    • C.

      F

    • D.

      C or F

    • E.

      Cannot be determined

    Correct Answer
    D. C or F
    Explanation
    Based on the given information, we know that D is sitting in the first position from the left and G is sitting to the immediate left of F. Since we don't have any information about the positions of C and F, either one of them could be sitting at the right end. Therefore, the answer is C or F.

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  • 3. 

    Choose the answer option that arranges the given set of words in the 'most' meaningful order. The words when put in order should make logical sense according to size, quality, quantity, the occurrence of events, value, appearance, nature, process, etc. 1. Cotton 2. Plant 3. Cloth 4. Yarn 5. Shirt

    • A.

      2, 1, 4, 5, 3

    • B.

      2, 4, 1, 5, 3

    • C.

      2, 1, 4, 3, 5

    • D.

      2, 4, 1, 3, 5

    Correct Answer
    C. 2, 1, 4, 3, 5
    Explanation
    The most meaningful order of the given set of words is 2, 1, 4, 3, 5. First, the word "Plant" comes before "Cotton" because cotton is derived from the plant. Next, "Cotton" comes before "Yarn" as cotton is processed into yarn. Then, "Yarn" comes before "Cloth" as yarn is used to make cloth. Finally, "Cloth" comes before "Shirt" as cloth is used to make a shirt. This sequence follows a logical progression from the source material (plant) to the final product (shirt).

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  • 4. 

    Find the missing term in the series. 8, 8, 15, 23, 38, ___

    • A.

      61

    • B.

      57

    • C.

      62

    • D.

      59

    Correct Answer
    A. 61
    Explanation
    The given series follows a pattern where each term is obtained by adding the previous two terms. Starting with 8, the next term is obtained by adding 8 and 15, resulting in 23. Similarly, the next term is obtained by adding 15 and 23, resulting in 38. Continuing this pattern, the missing term can be found by adding 23 and 38, resulting in 61.

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  • 5. 

    Determine the relationship between the first two words and then identify the missing word of the second pair such that it is analogous to the first pair. PROGRAM: QTRKWGT:: APPLIANCE:?

    • A.

      BRSPNGUKO

    • B.

      BRSQNGUKN

    • C.

      BRSQNGUKO

    • D.

      BRSPNGUKN

    Correct Answer
    D. BRSPNGUKN
    Explanation
    The relationship between the first two words in the first pair is that each letter is shifted one position forward in the alphabet. Applying the same relationship to the second pair, the missing word should have each letter shifted one position forward. Therefore, the missing word is "BRSPNGUKN".

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  • 6. 

    Decode the word(s) / pattern given in the question. If SWIMMING is coded as NGMMISWI, which word is coded as MAXIMIZE?

    • A.

      ZEIMIMAX

    • B.

      AXMIMZE

    • C.

      AXMIMEZ

    • D.

      IZEXIMAX

    Correct Answer
    A. ZEIMIMAX
    Explanation
    The given word "SWIMMING" is coded by taking the first letter and placing it at the end, then reversing the order of the remaining letters. Applying the same pattern to "MAXIMIZE" gives us "ZEIMIMAX". Therefore, the correct answer is "ZEIMIMAX".

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  • 7. 

    Pointing to a boy in a photograph, a girl said, "He is the son of the daughter-in-law of my mother's mother". How is the girl related to the boy?

    • A.

      Son

    • B.

      Brother

    • C.

      Nephew

    • D.

      Cousin

    Correct Answer
    D. Cousin
    Explanation
    The girl is the cousin of the boy because the boy is the son of the daughter-in-law of the girl's mother's mother. This means that the boy is the child of the girl's aunt or uncle, making them cousins.

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  • 8. 

    P is the son-in-law of S. T and Q are the children of P. M is the mother of T. How is M related to S?

    • A.

      Daughter

    • B.

      Son

    • C.

      Mother

    • D.

      Sister

    Correct Answer
    A. Daughter
    Explanation
    M is the mother of T, who is the child of P. P is the son-in-law of S, which means that S is the parent of P's spouse. Since T is the child of P, and P is the spouse of S, it can be inferred that M is the daughter of S.

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  • 9. 

    The question consists of a problem question followed by two statements I and II. Find out if the information given in the statement(s) is sufficient in finding the solution to the problem. Problem question: Among five friends A, B, C, D, and E, who is the tallest? Statements: I) B is taller than A, but smaller than D and E II) C is smaller than B

    • A.

      Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question

    • B.

      Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question

    • C.

      Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question

    • D.

      Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question

    Correct Answer
    D. Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question
    Explanation
    From statement I, we know that B is taller than A, but smaller than D and E. However, we do not have any information about the heights of C and D. So, statement I alone is not sufficient to determine who is the tallest among A, B, C, D, and E.

    From statement II, we know that C is smaller than B. But again, we do not have any information about the heights of A, D, and E. So, statement II alone is also not sufficient to determine who is the tallest.

    When we combine both statements, we still do not have any information about the heights of A, D, and E. Therefore, both statements together are not sufficient to determine who is the tallest among A, B, C, D, and E.

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  • 10. 

    There are 4 questions based on the same puzzle. Answer the questions based on the given information: (i) P, Q, R, S, T, and U are six students procuring their Master's degree in six different subjects English, History, Philosophy, Physics, Statistics, and Mathematics. (ii) Two of them stay in the hostel, two stays as paying guest (PG), and the remaining two stay at their home. (iii) R studies Philosophy does not stay as PG. (iv) The students studying Statistics and History do not stay as PG. (v) T studies Mathematics and S study Physics. (vi) U and S stay in the hostel. T stays as PG and Q stay at home. Which of the following pairs of students stay one each at the hostel and at home?

    • A.

      QR

    • B.

      SR

    • C.

      US

    • D.

      Data Inadequate

    Correct Answer
    B. SR
    Explanation
    The question provides information about the subjects each student is studying, their accommodation type, and their accommodation location. From the given information, we can deduce that R studies Philosophy and does not stay as a paying guest. Additionally, T studies Mathematics and S studies Physics. U and S stay in the hostel, T stays as a paying guest, and Q stays at home. Therefore, the only pair of students that stay one each at the hostel and at home is SR.

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  • 11. 

    There are 4 questions based on the same puzzle. Answer the questions based on the given information: (i) P, Q, R, S, T, and U are six students procuring their Master's degree in six different subjects English, History, Philosophy, Physics, Statistics, and Mathematics. (ii) Two of them stay in the hostel, two stays as paying guest (PG), and the remaining two stay at their home. (iii) R studies Philosophy does not stay as PG. (iv) The students studying Statistics and History do not stay as PG. (v) T studies Mathematics and S study Physics. (vi) U and S stay in the hostel. T stays as PG and Q stay at home. Which subject does Q study?

    • A.

      History

    • B.

      Statistics

    • C.

      History or Statistics

    • D.

      Data Inadequate

    Correct Answer
    C. History or Statistics
    Explanation
    Q studies either History or Statistics. This can be determined from the given information that the students studying Statistics and History do not stay as PG. Since Q stays at home, it can be inferred that Q is not studying Physics or Mathematics. Therefore, Q must be studying either History or Statistics.

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  • 12. 

    There are 4 questions based on the same puzzle. Answer the questions based on the given information: (i) P, Q, R, S, T, and U are six students procuring their Master's degree in six different subjects English, History, Philosophy, Physics, Statistics, and Mathematics. (ii) Two of them stay in the hostel, two stays as paying guest (PG), and the remaining two stay at their home. (iii) R does not stay as PG and studies Philosophy. (iv) The students studying Statistics and History do not stay as PG. (v) T studies Mathematics and S study Physics. (vi) U and S stay in the hostel. T stays as PG and Q stay at home. Which subject does P study?

    • A.

      Math

    • B.

      Physics

    • C.

      English

    • D.

      Data Inadequate

    Correct Answer
    D. Data Inadequate
    Explanation
    The information given does not provide any direct or indirect clue about which subject P studies. Therefore, we cannot determine the subject that P studies based on the given information.

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  • 13. 

    Study the given information carefully to answer the given questions. Six books — A, B, C, D, E, and F, each of different thickness, are kept on a table. F is thicker than B but thinner than C. A is thinner than both B and E, but not thinnest. E is thinner than F The second thinnest book is 7cm thick and the second thickest book is 13 cm thick. (Note: The thickness of all the books is in whole numbers.) The thickness of E can be__?

    • A.

      6 cm

    • B.

      13cm

    • C.

      14cm

    • D.

      9cm

    Correct Answer
    D. 9cm
    Explanation
    Based on the given information, we know that F is thicker than B but thinner than C, and E is thinner than F. We also know that A is thinner than both B and E, but not the thinnest. Additionally, we are told that the second thickest book is 13 cm thick and the second thinnest book is 7 cm thick.

    Since E is thinner than F, and F is thicker than B, it means that E cannot be thicker than 13 cm. Since A is thinner than E, and the second thinnest book is 7 cm thick, it means that E cannot be thinner than 7 cm.

    Therefore, the only remaining option is that the thickness of E is 9 cm.

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  • 14. 

    Study the given information carefully to answer the given questions. Six books — A, B, C, D, E, and F, each of different thickness, are kept on a table. F is thicker than B but thinner than C. A is thinner than both B and E, but not thinnest. E is thinner than F The second thinnest book is 7cm thick and the second thickest book is 13 cm thick. (Note: The thickness of all the books is in whole numbers.) Find the thinnest book.

    • A.

      A

    • B.

      D

    • C.

      E

    • D.

      Cannot be determined

    Correct Answer
    B. D
    Explanation
    The thinnest book can be determined based on the given information. It is stated that A is thinner than both B and E, but not the thinnest. Since A is not the thinnest, it means that B is thinner than A. Additionally, it is mentioned that E is thinner than F. Therefore, the thinnest book must be D, as it is the only book left that has not been compared to any other book in terms of thickness.

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  • 15. 

    Statements: No kite is a flight Some flights are planes Al planes are copters Conclusions: I. Some flights are copters II. No kite is a copter

    • A.

      Only I follows

    • B.

      Only II follows

    • C.

      Both I and II follows

    • D.

      Either I or II follows

    • E.

      Neither I nor II follows

    Correct Answer
    A. Only I follows
    Explanation
    The conclusion "Some flights are copters" can be inferred from the given statements because it is stated that "Some flights are planes" and "All planes are copters". This implies that there is a possibility for some flights to be copters. However, the conclusion "No kite is a copter" cannot be inferred from the given statements as there is no direct or indirect information about the relationship between kites and copters. Therefore, only the first conclusion follows.

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