# Logic Games Practice Test 4

Paragraph for questions 1 to 6

A committee, chosen from two groups, one group of the sales executives D, E, F, G and the other of the sales managers U, V, W is formed whenever required.

Each committee has three, four, or five members.

Both sales executives and sales managers must be represented in any committee, but never by equal numbers of members

Each committee is chaired by a member representing the group whose representatives are in the minority in that committee.

D and U cannot be in any committee unless they are together.

Either E or V or both are in any committee that is formed.

Question 1

Which of the following is a properly constituted committee, with the chairperson listed first?

1. V; E, F
2. D; E, U, W
3. E; F, G, V
4. W; D, U, V
5. D; F, G, U,V

Question 2

If, in a given committee, G must serve as a chairperson, the other members of that committee must be which of the following?

1. F and V
2. V and W
3. E, U, and V
4. E, V, and W
5. U, V, and W

Question 3

If a new committee, chaired by V, has been formed from an old committee, chaired by F, merely by replacing a single member of the old committee, which of the following must be the person who was thus replaced?

1. D
2. E
3. G
4. U
5. W

Question 4

If a committee consists of D, E, U, V and W, then what can be the composition of a new committee which is formed by replacing the maximum possible members of the old committee?

1. D, E, V
2. F, G, U
3. F, D, U
4. F, G, V
5. E, F, G

Question 5

Which of the following can be a committee of four chaired be V?

1. D, E, U, V
2. E, F, G, U
3. G, E, V, W
4. G, E, F, V
5. D, E, F, W

Question 6

For some unavoidable reasons the committee was made consisting of six members. Which of the following need not be a member of the committee?

1. D
2. G
3. H
4. V
5. U

Paragraph for questions 7 to 12

A teacher is making five children stand in a row. Each child is assigned a number tag before being made to stand in the row. The tags are not necessarily according to their positions.

Amy, Tara, Xenia, Yana, Pam are the children and they are given numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

The following conditions apply:

Exactly one number is given to a child.

Pam must be made to stand fourth and assigned number 1.

4 must be assigned to Yana.

Tara and Xenia must each be made to stand in one of the extreme positions.

Xenia cannot be given either number 2 or 3.

Question 7

Each of the following is a possible assignment of children to positions one and two, respectively, except

1. Tara, Amy
2. Tara, Yana
3. Xenia, Amy
4. Xenia, Yana
5. Yana, Amy

Question 8

Which of the following could be made to stand in third position?

1. The child numbered 1
2. The child numbered 3
3. Tara
4. Xenia
5. Pam

Question 9

If Amy is made to stand second, which of the following must be true?

1. 2 is assigned to the child standing fifth.
2. 3 is assigned to the child standing first.
3. 5 is assigned to the child standing second.
4. Tara is standing first.
5. Yana is standing third.

Question 10

If 4 and 3 are assigned to children standing second and third respectively, which of the following must be true?

1. 2 is assigned to the child standing first
2. Amy is standing third
3. Tara is standing fifth.
4. There is exactly one child standing between the one who is given number 4 and the one who is given number 5.
5. There are exactly two children standing between Tara and Yana.

Question 11

If 2 is assigned to Amy are she is standing second then, which of the following must be true?

1. 1 is assigned to Yana.
2. 3 is assigned to Tara.
3. 4 is assigned to Yana who is standing fifth.
4. 4 is assigned to Pam.
5. 5 is assigned to Tara who is standing third.

Question 12

All of the following is either true or can be true except

1. Pam is standing fourth.
2. Xenia can neither be given number 2 nor stand second.
3. Tara is assigned number 2.
4. Amy is not standing in an extreme position.
5. Yana can not stand in any even position.

Paragraph for questions 13 to 15

A construction company is planning the types of buildings to be constructed on a plot. Types of buildings are A, B, C, D, E and F. Buildings of type A and C are the only buildings classified as tall buildings. The company plans to construct two rows of exactly four buildings each, one on the east edge of the property and one on the west edge.

The selection of the buildings is subject to the following constraints:

Each type of building must be built at least once.

Each row of buildings must contain at least one tall building.

A row that includes one or more A type buildings must include at least one D type building.

A C type building cannot be constructed in the same row as an F type building.

Question 13

If three C type buildings are selected for one row, which of the following can be the buildings selected for the other row?

1. A, B, D, E
2. A, B, E, F
3. A, C, D, F
4. A, D, E, F
5. B, D, E, F

Question 14

Which of the following can be the selection of buildings for one of the rows?

1. A, B, D, E
2. A, B, D, F
3. A, C, E, E
4. A, D, D, D
5. C, C, E, F

Question 15

If a total of two A buildings are selected, which of the following must be true?

1. Only one B type building is selected.
2. Only one E type building is selected.
3. Only one F type building is selected.
4. Two D type buildings are selected.
5. The two A type buildings are in the same row.