# Recent questions tagged logical-reasoning

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Given below are two statements $1$ and $2$, and two conclusions $I$ and $II$. $\text{Statement 1}$: All bacteria are microorganisms. $\text{Statement 2}$: All pathogens are microorganisms. $\text{Conclusion I}$: Some pathogens are bacteria. $\text{Conclusion II}$: All ... is correct Either conclusion $\text{I}$ or $\text{II}$ is correct Neither conclusion $\text{I}$ nor $\text{II}$ is correct
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$P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,$ and $W$ are seated around a circular table. $S$ is seated opposite to $W$ $U$ is seated at the second place to the right of $R$ $T$ is seated at the third place to the left of $R$ $V$ is a neighbour of $S$ Which of the following must be true? $P$ is a neighbour of $R$ $Q$ is a neighbour of $R$ $P$ is not seated opposite to $Q$ $R$ is the left neighbour of $S$
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Five numbers $10,7,5,4$ and $2$ are to be arranged in a sequence from left to right following the directions given below: No two odd or even numbers are next to each other. The second number from the left is exactly half of the left-most number. The middle number is exactly twice the right-most number. Which is the second number from the right? $2$ $4$ $7$ $10$
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Fact: If it rains, then the field is wet. Read the following statements: It rains The field is not wet The field is wet It did not rain Which one of the options given below is NOT logically possible, based on the given fact? If $(iii)$, then $(iv)$. If $(i)$, then $(iii)$. If $(i)$ then $(ii)$. If $(ii)$, then $(iv)$.
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Find the missing sequence in the letter series. $\text{B, FH, LNP, _____ }$ $SUWY$ $TUVW$ $TVXZ$ $TWXZ$
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Some tables are shelves. Some shelves are chairs. All chairs are benches. Which of the following conclusions can be deduced from the preceding sentences? At least one bench is a table At least one shell is a bench At least one chair is a table All benches are chairs Only i Only ii Only ii and iii Only iv
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Fill in the missing value