Subject

Logical Reasoning

Class

CLAT Class 12

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1.

i. There are 3 poles on each side of the road.
ii. These six poles are labelled A, B, C, D, E and F.
iii. The poles are of different colours namely Golden, Silver, Metallic, Black, Bronze and White.
iv. The poles are of different heights.
v. E, the tallest pole, is exactly opposite to the Golden colours pole.
vi. The shortest pole is exactly opposite to the Metallic coloured pole.
vii. F, the Black coloured pole, is located between A and D.
viii. C, the Bronze coloured pole, is exactly opposite to A.
ix. B, the Metallic coloured pole, is exactly opposite to F.
x. A, the White coloured pole, is taller than C but shorter than D and B.

Which is the colour of the tallest pole?

  • Golden

  • Silver

  • Bronze

  • None of these


B.

Silver

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2.

Nuts : Bolts

  • Nitty : Gritty

  • Bare : Feet

  • Naked : Clothes

  • Hard : Soft


A.

Nitty : Gritty

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3.

The head of a newly formed Government desires to appoint five of the six elected ministers P, Q, R, S, T and U to portfolios of Foreign, Industry and Commerce, Agriculture, Rural Development and Human Resources. U does not want any portfolio if S gets one of the five. R wants either Foreign or Human Resources or no portfolio. Q says that if S gets Industry and Commerce or Rural Development then she must get the other one. T insists on a portfolio if P gets one.
Which of the following is a valid assignment

  • P- Foreign, Q- Industry and Commerce, R- Agriculture, S- Rural Development, T- Human Resources

  • R- Foreign, S- Industry and Commerce, P- Agriculture, Q- Rural Development, T- Human Resources

  • P- Foreign, Q- Industry and Commerce, T- Agriculture, S- Rural Development, U- Human Resources

  • Q- Foreign, U- Industry and Commerce, T- Agriculture, R- Rural Development, P- Human Resources


B.

R- Foreign, S- Industry and Commerce, P- Agriculture, Q- Rural Development, T- Human Resources

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4.

Action : Reaction

  • Introvert : Extrovert

  • Assail : Defend

  • Diseased : Treatment

  • Death : Rebirth


B.

Assail : Defend

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5.

The head of a newly formed Government desires to appoint five of the six elected ministers P, Q, R, S, T and U to portfolios of Foreign, Industry and Commerce, Agriculture, Rural Development and Human Resources. U does not want any portfolio if S gets one of the five. R wants either Foreign or Human Resources or no portfolio. Q says that if S gets Industry and Commerce or Rural Development then she must get the other one. T insists on a portfolio if P gets one.
If P gets Foreign and R gets Human Resources, then which is NOT a valid assignment of Agriculture and Rural Development

  • S- Agriculture, Q- Rural Development

  • U- Agriculture, Q- Rural Development

  • Q- Agriculture, T- Rural Development

  • Q- Agriculture, S- Rural Development


D.

Q- Agriculture, S- Rural Development

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6.

i. There are 3 poles on each side of the road.
ii. These six poles are labelled A, B, C, D, E and F.
iii. The poles are of different colours namely Golden, Silver, Metallic, Black, Bronze and White.
iv. The poles are of different heights.
v. E, the tallest pole, is exactly opposite to the Golden colours pole.
vi. The shortest pole is exactly opposite to the Metallic coloured pole.
vii. F, the Black coloured pole, is located between A and D.
viii. C, the Bronze coloured pole, is exactly opposite to A.
ix. B, the Metallic coloured pole, is exactly opposite to F.
x. A, the White coloured pole, is taller than C but shorter than D and B.
Which is the second tallest pole?

  • A

  • D

  • B

  • Cannot be determined


D.

Cannot be determined

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7.

i. There are 3 poles on each side of the road.
ii. These six poles are labelled A, B, C, D, E and F.
iii. The poles are of different colours namely Golden, Silver, Metallic, Black, Bronze and White.
iv. The poles are of different heights.
v. E, the tallest pole, is exactly opposite to the Golden colours pole.
vi. The shortest pole is exactly opposite to the Metallic coloured pole.
vii. F, the Black coloured pole, is located between A and D.
viii. C, the Bronze coloured pole, is exactly opposite to A.
ix. B, the Metallic coloured pole, is exactly opposite to F.
x. A, the White coloured pole, is taller than C but shorter than D and B.

What is the colour of the pole diagonally opposite to the Bronze coloured pole?

  • White

  • Silver

  • Metallic

  • Golden


B.

Silver

D.

Golden

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8.

Drama : Audience

  • Brawl : Vagabonds

  • Game : Spectators

  • Art : Critic

  • Movie : Actors


B.

Game : Spectators

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9.

Sorrow : Misery

  • Love : Obsession

  • Amity : Harmony

  • Happiness : Joy

  • Enemy : Hatred


A.

Love : Obsession

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10.

Book : Author

  • Rain : Flood

  • Light : Switch

  • Symphony : Composer

  • Song : Music


C.

Symphony : Composer

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