Logical And Brain Storm Quiz

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Guru Gobind Singh Polytechnic Nashik brings to you:
Logical and Brain Storm Quiz
Created by: Prof. Ms. Kiran R. Borade

• 1.

You're 3rd place right now in a race. What place are you in when you pass the person in 2nd place?

• A.

1st

• B.

2nd

• C.

3rd

• D.

None of above

B. 2nd
Explanation
When you pass the person in 2nd place, you will be in 2nd place. However, since you were already in 3rd place before passing them, you would move up to take their position, which is now 2nd place. Therefore, the correct answer is 2nd place, not 1st.

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• 2.

How many months have 28 days?

• A.

2

• B.

1

• C.

All of them

• D.

Depends whether there is leap year or not

C. All of them
Explanation
All months have 28 days because the question does not specify a particular month or mention any exceptions. Every month has at least 28 days, but some have more. Therefore, the correct answer is "All of them."

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• 3.

How many 0.5cm slices of bread can you cut from a whole bread that's 25cm long?

• A.

1

• B.

39

• C.

25

• D.

None of above

A. 1
Explanation
The question asks how many 0.5cm slices of bread can be cut from a whole bread that is 25cm long. Since each slice is 0.5cm thick, only one slice can be cut from the bread.

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• 4.

• A.

• B.

Really Big

• C.

Elephant

• D.

The data given is insufficient

• 5.

Divide 30 by half and add ten.

• A.

40.5

• B.

50

• C.

70

• D.

None of above

C. 70
Explanation
When we divide 30 by half, we get 60. Adding ten to 60 gives us 70. Therefore, the correct answer is 70.

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• 6.

There are two clocks of different colors: The red clock is broken and doesn't run at all, but the blue clock loses one second every 24 hours. Which clock is more accurate?

• A.

The Red Clock

• B.

Blue Clock

• C.

Neither

• D.

Both

A. The Red Clock
Explanation
The red clock is more accurate because it doesn't run at all, meaning it doesn't lose or gain any time. The blue clock, on the other hand, loses one second every 24 hours, which means it is not keeping accurate time.

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• 7.

A farmer has 17 sheep, all of them but 8 die. How many sheep are still standing?

• A.

9

• B.

25

• C.

8

• D.

35

C. 8
Explanation
The question states that all of the sheep except 8 die. Therefore, only 8 sheep are left standing.

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• 8.

If a leaf falls to the ground in a forest and no one hears it, does it make a sound?

• A.

YES

• B.

NO

• C.

Depends on how heavy leaf is

• D.

Depends on where it landed

A. YES
Explanation
The answer is YES because sound is a physical phenomenon that occurs regardless of whether or not it is perceived by someone. When a leaf falls to the ground, it creates vibrations in the air which propagate as sound waves. These sound waves exist even if there is no one around to hear them. Therefore, the leaf does make a sound when it falls to the ground in a forest, regardless of whether or not anyone hears it.

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• 9.

There are 45 apples in your basket. You take three apples out of the basket. How many apples are left?

• A.

5

• B.

42

• C.

45

• D.

I don't like apples!

C. 45
Explanation
After taking three apples out of the basket, the number of apples left in the basket is still 45.

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