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CMI2011A06
A valuable sword belonging to the Grand King was stolen, and the three suspects were Ibn, Hasan, and Abu. Ibn claimed that Hasan stole it, and Hasan claimed that Abu stole it. It was not clear that one of them stole it, but it was later learnt that no innocent ... had lied. It was also learnt that the sword was stolen by only one person. Who stole the sword? Ibn Hasan Abu None of them
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CMI2011A04
Lavanya has to complete $12$ courses for her degree. There are six compulsory courses: Basic and Advanced Mathematics, Basic and Advanced Physics and Basic and Advanced Electronics. She also has to complete six Optional Courses. Each course takes one semester to complete. ... what is the minimum number of semesters that Lavanya needs to complete her course requirements. $3$ $4$ $5$ $6$
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GATE2014 AG: GA6
In a group of four children, Som is younger to Riaz. Shiv is elder to Ansu. Ansu is youngest in the group. Which of the following statements is/are required to find the eldest child in the group? Statements 1. Shiv is younger to Riaz. 2. Shiv is ... and $2$ are both required to determine the eldest child. Statements $1$ and $2$ are not sufficient to determine the eldest child.
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GATE2014 EC2: GA7
Lights of four colors (red, blue, green, yellow) are hung on a ladder. On every step of the ladder there are two lights. If one of the lights is red, the other light on that step will always be blue. If one of the lights on a step is green, the ... to the sum of the yellow and blue lights The sum of the red and blue lights is equal to the sum of the green and yellow lights
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GATE2014 EC3: GA6
Find the next term in the sequence: $7G, 11K, 13M$, _________. $15Q$ $17Q$ $15P$ $17P$
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GATE2014 EC3: GA5
In which of the following options will the expression $P < M$ be definitely true? $M < R > P > S$ $M > S < P < F$ $Q < M < F = P$ $P = A < R < M$
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GATE2014 AE: GA7
Anuj, Bhola, Chandan, Dilip, Eswar and Faisal live on different floors in a sixstoreyed building (the ground floor is numbered $1$, the floor above it $2$, and so on) Anuj lives on an evennumbered floor, Bhola does not live on an odd numbered floor. Chandan does not live on ...
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GATE2014 AE: GA3
Rajan was not happy that Sajan decided to do the project on his own. On observing his unhappiness, Sajan explained to Rajan that he preferred to work independently. Which one of the statements below is logically valid and can be inferred from the above sentences? ... to give in to Rajan's request to work with him. Rajan had believed that Sajan and he would be working together.
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GATE2013 CE: GA10
Abhishek is elder to Savar. Savar is younger to Anshul. Which of the given conclusions is logically valid and is inferred from the above statements? Abhishek is elder to Anshul Anshul is elder to Abhishek Abhishek and Anshul are of the same age No conclusion follows
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GATE2013 AE: GA9
All professors are researchers Some scientists are professors Which of the given conclusions is logically valid and is inferred from the above arguments: All scientists are researchers All professors are scientists Some researchers are scientists No conclusion follows
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GATE2012 CY: GA9
There are eight bags of rice looking alike, seven of which have equal weight and one is slightly heavier. The weighing balance is of unlimited capacity. Using this balance, the minimum number of weighings required to identify the heavier bag is $2$ $3$ $4$ $8$
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GATE2012 AR: GA8
Ravi is taller than Arun but shorter than Iqbal. Sam is shorter than Ravi. Mohan is shorter than Arun. Balu is taller than Mohan and Sam. The tallest person can be Mohan Ravi Balu Arun
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GATE2011 GG: GA10
In order to develop to full potential, a baby needs to be physically able to respond to the environment. It can be inferred from the passage that Full physical potential is needed in order for a baby to be able to respond to the environment. ... be developed to its full potential. A physically able baby needs to develop its full potential in order to respond to its environment.
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GATE2011 GG: GA8
Three sisters $(R, S,$ and $T)$ received a total of $24$ toys during Christmas. The toys were initially divided among them in a certain proportion. Subsequently, $R$ gave some toys to $S$ which doubled the share of $S$. Then $S$ in turn gave some of her ... exchanges, the three sisters were left with equal number of toys. How many toys did $R$ have originally? $8$ $9$ $11$ $12$
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GATE2015 ME3: GA7
Given below are two statements followed by two conclusions. Assuming these statements to be true, decide which one logically follows. Statements: No manager is a leader. All leaders are executives. Conclusions: No manager is an executive. No executive is ... conclusion I follows. Only conclusion II follows. Neither conclusion I nor II follows. Both conclusions I and II follow.
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GATE2015 ME3: GA4
Tanya is older than Eric. Cliff is older than Tanya. Eric is older than Cliff. If the first two statements are true, then the third statement is: True False Uncertain Data insufficient
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GATE20161GA04
If 'relftaga' means carefree, 'otaga' means careful and 'fertaga' means careless, which of the following could mean 'aftercare'? zentaga tagafer. tagazen. relffer.
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GATE20162GA08
All hillstations have a lake. Ooty has two lakes. Which of the statement(s) below is/are logically valid and can be inferred from the above sentences? Ooty is not a hillstation. No hillstation can have more than one lake. (i) only. (ii) only. Both (i) and (ii) Neither (i) nor (ii)
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GATE2015 EC3: GA4
Find the missing sequence in the letter series below: $A, CD, GHI, ?, UVWXY$ $LMN$ $MNO$ $MNOP$ $NOPQ$
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GATE2015 EC2: GA 7
Given below are two statements followed by two conclusions. Assuming these statements to be true, decide which one logically follows. Statements: All film stars are playback singers. All film directors are film stars. Conclusions: All film directors are ... conclusion I follows. Only conclusion II follows. Neither conclusion I nor II follows. Both conclusions I and II follow.
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GATE2011 MN: GA63
$L, M$ and $N$ are waiting in a queue meant for children to enter the zoo. There are $5$ children between $L$ and $M$, and $8$ children between $M$ and $N$. If there are $3$ children ahead of $N$ and $21$ children behind $L$, then what is the minimum number of children in the queue? $28$ $27$ $41$ $40$
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TIFR2014A8
All that glitters is gold. No gold is silver. Claims: No silver glitters. Some gold glitters. Then, which of the following is TRUE? Only claim $1$ follows. Only claim $2$ follows. Either claim $1$ or claim $2$ follows but not both. Neither claim $1$ nor claim $2$ follows. Both claim $1$ and claim $2$ follow.
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TIFR2013A11
Let there be a pack of $100$ cards numbered $1$ to $100$. The $i^{th}$ card states: "There are at most $i  1$ true cards in this pack". Then how many cards of the pack contain TRUE statements? $0$ $1$ $100$ $50$ None of the above.
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TIFR2013A10
Three men and three rakhsasas arrive together at a ferry crossing to find a boat with an oar, but no boatman. The boat can carry one or at the most two persons, for example, one man and one rakhsasas, and each man or rakhsasas can row. But if at any time, on any ... side without any mishap, what is the minimum number of times that the boat must cross the river? $7$ $9$ $11$ $13$ $15$
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TIFR2013A3
Three candidates, Amar, Birendra and Chanchal stand for the local election. Opinion polls are conducted and show that fraction $a$ of the voters prefer Amar to Birendra, fraction $b$ prefer Birendra to Chanchal and fraction $c$ ... $(a, b, c) = (0.49, 0.49, 0.49);$ None of the above.
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TIFR2013A2
Consider the following two types of elections to determine which of two parties $A$ and $B$ forms the next government in the 2014 Indian elections. Assume for simplicity an Indian population of size $545545 (=545 * 1001)$. There are only two parties $A$ and $B$ and ... govt. by election TYPE P, then it will also form the govt. by election TYPE C. All of the above None of the above.
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TIFR2012A3
Long ago,in a planet far far away, there lived three races of intelligent inhabitants: the blues (who always tell the truth), the whites (who always lie), and the pinks (who, when asked a series of questions, start with a lie and then tell the truth and lie alternately). To ... $C$ is Pink. $A$ is White, $B$ is Pink, $C$ is Blue. Cannot be determined from the above data.
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TIFR2011A12
The action for this problem takes place in an island of Knights and Knaves, where Knights always make true statements and Knaves always make false statements and everybody is either a Knight or a Knave. Two friends A and B lives in a house. The census taker (an outsider) ... B is a Knave. A is a Knave and B is a Knight. Both are Knaves. Both are Knights. No conclusion can be drawn.
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TIFR2010A4
If the bank receipt is forged, then Mr. M is liable. If Mr. M is liable, he will go bankrupt. If the bank will loan him money, he will not go bankrupt. The bank will loan him money. Which of the following can be concluded from the above statements? Mr. M is liable The receipt is not forged Mr. M will go bankrupt The bank will go bankrupt None of the above
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TIFR2010A1
A box contains $731$ black balls and $2000$ white balls. The following process is to be repeated as long as possible. Arbitrarily select two balls from the box. If they are of the same color, throw them out and put a black ball into the box ( enough extra ... in the box The process will stop with a single black ball in the box The process will stop with the box empty None of the above
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