Subject

Logical Reasoning

Class

CLAT Class 12

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1.

Find the odd one out from the following:

  • Expedition

  • Crusade

  • Cruise

  • Campaign


C.

Cruise

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2.

i. There is a group of five persons – A, B, C, D and E.
ii. One of them is a Singer, one is a Dancer, one is a Painter, one is a Teacher and one is
a Doctor.
iii. Three of them – A, C and Doctor prefer rice to chapatti and two of them – B and the
Painter prefer chapatti to rice.
iv. The Teacher, D and A are friends to one another but two of these prefer chapatti to
rice.
v. The Singer is C’s brother.
Who is a Singer?

  • C

  • D

  • A

  • B


C.

A

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3.

Find the odd one out from the following:

  • Exact estimate

  • Only choice

  • Clearly visible

  • Open secret


C.

Clearly visible

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4.

i. There is a group of five persons – A, B, C, D and E.
ii. One of them is a Singer, one is a Dancer, one is a Painter, one is a Teacher and one is
a Doctor.
iii. Three of them – A, C and Doctor prefer rice to chapatti and two of them – B and the
Painter prefer chapatti to rice.
iv. The Teacher, D and A are friends to one another but two of these prefer chapatti to
rice.
v. The Singer is C’s brother.
Who is a Dancer?

  • D

  • C

  • A

  • E


A.

D

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5.

i. There is a group of five persons – A, B, C, D and E.
ii. One of them is a Singer, one is a Dancer, one is a Painter, one is a Teacher and one is
a Doctor.
iii. Three of them – A, C and Doctor prefer rice to chapatti and two of them – B and the
Painter prefer chapatti to rice.
iv. The Teacher, D and A are friends to one another but two of these prefer chapatti to
rice.
v. The Singer is C’s brother.
Who is a Teacher?

  • B

  • E

  • C

  • D


C.

C

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6.

‘There is no man that is not naturally good’ is equivalent to the proposition:

  • Some men are naturally good.

  • Some men are not naturally good.

  • All men are naturally good.

  • No men are good


C.

All men are naturally good.

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7.

i. There is a group of five persons – A, B, C, D and E.
ii. One of them is a Singer, one is a Dancer, one is a Painter, one is a Teacher and one is
a Doctor.
iii. Three of them – A, C and Doctor prefer rice to chapatti and two of them – B and the
Painter prefer chapatti to rice.
iv. The Teacher, D and A are friends to one another but two of these prefer chapatti to
rice.
v. The Singer is C’s brother.
Whose flat is between Q and S?

  • T

  • R

  • U

  • P


A.

T

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8.

i. Six flats on a floor in two rows facing North and South are allotted to P, Q, R, S, T and
U.
ii. Q gets a North-facing flat and is not next to S.
iii. S and U get diagonally opposite flats.
iv. R, next to U gets a South-facing flat and T gets a North-facing flat.
If the flats of T and P are interchanged, who’s flat will be next to that of U?

  • R

  • Q

  • P

  • T


A.

R

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9.

‘Only ignorant people believe in witchcraft’ is equivalent to:

  • All persons who believe in witchcraft are ignorant.

  • No ignorant persons are those who do not believe in witchcraft.

  • Some ignorant persons are not those who believe in witchcraft.

  • There is no link between ignorance and witchcraft.


A.

All persons who believe in witchcraft are ignorant.

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10.

i. There is a group of five persons – A, B, C, D and E.
ii. One of them is a Singer, one is a Dancer, one is a Painter, one is a Teacher and one is
a Doctor.
iii. Three of them – A, C and Doctor prefer rice to chapatti and two of them – B and the
Painter prefer chapatti to rice.
iv. The Teacher, D and A are friends to one another but two of these prefer chapatti to
rice.
v. The Singer is C’s brother.

Which of the following combination gets South-facing flats?

  • U, R, P

  • Q, T, S

  • U, P ,T

  • data inadequate


A.

U, R, P

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