Group C

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  • 1. 
    This quiz consists of 8 logic based games.   Games are divided into two sections: (i)  4 logic puzzles,  (ii) 4 graphical games   The questions get progressively harder in each section.   As you switch from one section to another, difficulty level resets.   The quiz is programmed to last between 15-25 minutes.   But you may take as long as you wish, as long as you attempt all questions in one go.   Please, you should attempt to answer all questions by yourself.  Do not consult other sources.    Survey is anonymous.   Thank you for your participation!
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    This is the first section of the quiz. It consists of four logic puzzles.
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    There are two people, A and B, each of whom is either a knight or a knave. A knight always tells the truth and a knave always lies. A makes the following statement:  A: "At least one of us is a knave." What are A and B? Correct Answer: A is a Knight  and B is a Knave. Explanation: Suppose A were a knave. Then the statement "At least one of us is a knave" would be false (since knaves make false statements); hence they would both be knights. Thus, if A were a knave he would also have to be a knight, which is impossible. Therefore A is not a knave; he is a knight. Therefore his statement must be true, so at least one of them really is a knave. Since A is a knight, then B must be the knave. So A is a knight and B is a knave.
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    Question 1: There are two people, A and B, each of whom is either a knight or a knave. A knight always tells the truth and a knave always lies. A: “I am a knave, but B is not.” What are A and B?
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      A = Knight; B = Knight

    • B. 

      A = Knave; B = Knave

    • C. 

      A = Knave; B = Knight

    • D. 

      A = Knight; B = Knave

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    How confident are you of having the correct answer in the last question?
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    There are two people, A and B, each of whom is either a knight or a knave. A knight always tells the truth and a knave always lies. A: “I am a knave, but B is not.” What are A and B? A = Knight; B = Knight A = Knave; B = Knave  A = Knave; B = Knight A = Knight; B = Knave Correct Answer: A is Knave and  B is a Knave
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    Question 2: There are two people, A and B, each of whom is either a knight or a knave. A knight always tells the truth and a knave always lies. A: “I am a knave and B is a knave.” B: “I am a knight.” What are A and B?
    • A. 

      A = Knight; B = Knight

    • B. 

      A = Knave; B = Knave

    • C. 

      A = Knave; B = Knight

    • D. 

      A = Knight; B = Knave

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    How confident are you of having the correct answer in the last question?
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    There are two people, A and B, each of whom is either a knight or a knave. A knight always tells the truth and a knave always lies. A: “I am a knave and B is a knave.” B: “I am a knight.” What are A and B? A = Knight; B = Knight A = Knave; B = Knave A = Knave; B = Knight A = Knight; B = Knave Correct Answer: A is a Knave; B is a Knight
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    Question 3: There are two people, A and B, each of whom is either a knight or a knave. A knight always tells the truth and a knave always lies. A: “I am a Knight or B is a Knight” B: “A is a knave”   What are A and B?
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      A = Knight; B = Knight

    • B. 

      A = Knave; B = Knave

    • C. 

      A = Knight; B = Knave

    • D. 

      A = Knave; B = Knight

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    How confident are you of having the correct answer in the last question?
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    There are two people, A and B, each of whom is either a knight or a knave. A knight always tells the truth and a knave always lies. A: “I am a Knight or B is a Knight” B: “A is a knave”   What are A and B? A = Knight; B = Knight A = Knave; B = Knave A = Knave; B = Knight A = Knight; B = Knave The correct answer is: A is a Knight; B is a Knave
  • 13. 
    We have three people, A, B, C, each of whom is either a knight or a knave. As before, A knight always tells the truth and a knave always lies. A and B make the following statements: A: “All of us are knaves” B: “Exactly one of us is a knight.” What are A, B, C? Solution: A is a Knave, B is a Knight and C is a Knave   Explanation: To begin with, A must be a knave, for if he were a knight, then it would be true that all three are knaves and hence that A too is a knave. If A were a knight he would have to be a knave, which is impossible. So A is a knave. Hence his statement was false, so in fact there is at least one knight among them. Now, suppose B were a knave. Then A and B would both be knaves, so C would be a knight (since there is at least one knight among them). This would mean that there was exactly one knight among them, hence B's statement would be true. We would thus have the impossibility of a knave making a true statement. Therefore B must be a knight. We now know that A is a knave and that B is a knight. Since B is a knight, his statement is true, so there is exactly one knight among them. This knight must be B, hence C must be a knave. Thus the answer is that A is a knave, B is a knight, and C is a knave.
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    Question 4: We have three people, A, B, C, each of whom is either a knight or a knave. Two people are said to be of the same type if they are both knights or both knaves. A: "B is a knave." B: "A and C are of the same type." What is C?
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      C = Knight

    • B. 

      C = Knave

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    How confident are you of having the correct answer in the last question?
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    We have three people, A, B, C, each of whom is either a knight or a knave. Two people are said to be of the same type if they are both knights or both knaves. A: "B is a knave." B: "A and C are of the same type." What is C? Knight Knave Correct Answer: C is a Knave
  • 17. 
    This is the last section of the quiz.  It consists of four Graph based questions.
  • 18. 
    People prefer sweet lollipop to sour lollipops. The difference depends on the flavor (apple vs kiwi). Left half (black): The difference between sweet and sour is (greater/smaller) for apple than for kiwi? Answer: Greater. Right half (grey): The difference between sweet and sour is (greater/smaller) for apple than for kiwi? Answer: Smaller.
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    Question 5. People prefer fresh cakes to frozen cakes. The difference depends on the flavor (chocolate vs carrot). Left half (black): The difference between fresh and frozen is (greater/smaller) for chocolate cakes than for carrot cakes? Right half (grey): The difference between fresh and frozen is (greater/ smaller) for chocolate cakes than for carrot cakes? Note: Remember your answer, please. The correct one will appear after next confidence question:
    • A. 

      Black = Greater; Grey = Greater

    • B. 

      Black = Smaller; Grey = Smaller

    • C. 

      Black = Greater; Grey = Smaller

    • D. 

      Black = Smaller; Grey = Greater

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    How confident are you of having the correct answer in the last question?
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    Left half (black): The difference between fresh and frozen is (greater/smaller) for chocolate cakes than for carrot cakes? Right half (grey): The difference between fresh and frozen is (greater/ smaller) for chocolate cakes than for carrot cakes? CORRECT ANSWER IS: D A.- Black = Greater; Grey = Greater B.- Black = Smaller; Grey = Smaller C.-Black = Greater; Grey = Smaller  D.-Black = Smaller; Grey = Greater
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    Question 6: People prefer fresh cakes to frozen cakes. The difference depends on the flavor (chocolate vs carrot) and the type (iced vs plain). The difference between fresh and frozen increases from chocolate cakes to carrot cakes. This increase is (greater/smaller) for iced cakes than for plain cakes? 
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      Greater

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      Smaller

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    How confident are you of having the correct answer in the last question?
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    The difference between fresh and frozen increases from chocolate cakes to carrot cakes. This increase is (greater/smaller) for iced cakes than for plain cakes?  The correct answer is: smaller
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    Question 7: People prefer fresh cakes to frozen cakes. The difference depends on the flavor (chocolate vs carrot) and the type (iced vs plain). The difference between fresh and frozen increases from chocolate cakes to carrot cakes. Left half (black): This increase is (greater/smaller) for iced cakes than for plain cakes?   Right half (grey): This increase is (greater/smaller) for iced cakes than for plain cakes?
    • A. 

      Black = Greater; Grey = Greater

    • B. 

      Black = Smaller; Grey = Smaller

    • C. 

      Black = Greater; Grey = Smaller

    • D. 

      Black = Smaller; Grey = Greater

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    How confident are you of having the correct answer in the last question?
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    People prefer fresh cakes to frozen cakes. The difference depends on the flavor (chocolate vs carrot) and the type (iced vs plain). The difference between fresh and frozen increases from chocolate cakes to carrot cakes. Left half (black): This increase is (greater/smaller) for iced cakes than for plain cakes?   Right half (grey): This increase is (greater/smaller) for iced cakes than for plain cakes? CORRECT ANSWER IS: A A.- Black = Greater; Grey = Greater B.- Black = Smaller; Grey = Smaller C.-Black = Greater; Grey = Smaller  D.-Black = Smaller; Grey = Greater
  • 28. 
    Question 8 People prefer fresh cakes to frozen cakes. The difference depends on the flavor (chocolate vs carrot), the type (iced vs plain) and the richness (rich vs low fat).  The difference between fresh and frozen increases from chocolate cakes to carrot cakes.  This increase is greater for iced cakes than for plain cakes. There is a (greater/smaller) change in the size of the increase for rich cakes than for low fat cakes? 
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      Greater

    • B. 

      Smaller

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    How confident are you of having the correct answer in the last question?
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    People prefer fresh cakes to frozen cakes. The difference depends on the flavor (chocolate vs carrot), the type (iced vs plain) and the richness (rich vs low fat).  The difference between fresh and frozen increases from chocolate cakes to carrot cakes.  This increase is greater for iced cakes than for plain cakes. There is a (greater/smaller) change in the size of the increase for rich cakes than for low fat cakes?  Solution: Smaller.
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