# Logic Games Practice Test 3

Q. 1
PASSAGE: Anita is planning her time table for eight hours numbered one through eight, consecutively. She wants one hour for studying history, two for geography, one for civics and four for maths. Her plans are according to the following conditions:

She cannot study geography for two hours consecutively

The time table must begin with either geography or history and must end with either geography or history.

• a. geography, maths, history, maths, civics, maths, maths, geography
• b. maths, maths, geography, geography, maths, maths, civics, history
• c. maths, civics, geography, maths, history, maths, geography, maths
• d. history, maths, geography, maths, civics, maths, geography, maths
• e. history, maths, maths, civics, maths, maths, geography, geography

Q. 2
Which of the following is a possible plan which Anita makes for the eight hours?
• a. Two
• b. Seven
• c. Three
• d. Four
• e. Five

Q. 3
PASSAGE: Anita is planning her time table for eight hours numbered one through eight, consecutively. She wants one hour for studying history, two for geography, one for civics and four for maths. Her plans are according to the following conditions:

She cannot study geography for two hours consecutively

The time table must begin with either geography or history and must end with either geography or history.

• a. history, maths
• b. history, civics
• c. maths, civics
• d. civics, geography
• e. civics, maths

Q. 4
If history is studied in the first hour, each of the following could be the hour in which geography can be studied except
• a. maths is studied immediately after civics
• b. geography is studied in the fourth hour
• c. maths is studied in the third hour
• d. geography is studied in the eighth hour
• e. geography is studied immediately after maths

Q. 5
PASSAGE: Anita is planning her time table for eight hours numbered one through eight, consecutively. She wants one hour for studying history, two for geography, one for civics and four for maths. Her plans are according to the following conditions:

She cannot study geography for two hours consecutively

The time table must begin with either geography or history and must end with either geography or history.

• a. one through four
• b. two through five
• c. three through six
• d. four through seven
• e. five through eight

Q. 6
Which of the following subjects studied in the second and the third hours respectively, result in one and only one type of time table that can be prepared?
• a. I only
• b. II only
• c. III only
• d. I and II only
• e. I and III only

Q. 7
PASSAGE: Anita is planning her time table for eight hours numbered one through eight, consecutively. She wants one hour for studying history, two for geography, one for civics and four for maths. Her plans are according to the following conditions:

She cannot study geography for two hours consecutively

The time table must begin with either geography or history and must end with either geography or history.

• a. Two
• b. Six
• c. Three
• d. Five
• e. Seven

Q. 8
If history is studied in the second hour and if civics is studied in the fifth hour, all of the following must be true except
• a. All in light shades
• b. Only green ion dark shade
• c. Only red in light shade
• d. Only green in light shade
• e. Only blue in light shade

Q. 9
PASSAGE: Anita is planning her time table for eight hours numbered one through eight, consecutively. She wants one hour for studying history, two for geography, one for civics and four for maths. Her plans are according to the following conditions:

She cannot study geography for two hours consecutively

The time table must begin with either geography or history and must end with either geography or history.

• a. All in light shades
• b. Only green in dark shade
• c. Only blue in dark shade
• d. Only blue in light shade
• e. All in dark shades

Q. 10
If she starts with history in the first hour and if she studies geography for one hour immediately before studying civics and for one hour immediately after she studies civics, then she will study maths in hours
• a. All in the light shade
• b. Only blue in the dark shade
• c. Only green in the dark shade
• d. Only red in the light shade
• e. Only green in the light shade

Q. 11
PASSAGE: Anita is planning her time table for eight hours numbered one through eight, consecutively. She wants one hour for studying history, two for geography, one for civics and four for maths. Her plans are according to the following conditions:

She cannot study geography for two hours consecutively

The time table must begin with either geography or history and must end with either geography or history.

• a. All in the light shade
• b. Only green in the dark shade
• c. Only blue in the dark shade
• d. Only red in the light shade
• e. Only green in the light shade

Q. 12
If she studies maths after each hour of studying geography, and if she studies civics in the fifth hour, which of the following must be true? I. she studies maths in the seventh hour II. she studies geography in the third hour III. she studies civics between the two hours in which she studies geography
• a. All in light shades
• b. Only green in dark shade
• c. Only green in light shade
• d. Only blue in light shade
• e. All in dark shades

Q. 13
PASSAGE: Anita is planning her time table for eight hours numbered one through eight, consecutively. She wants one hour for studying history, two for geography, one for civics and four for maths. Her plans are according to the following conditions:

She cannot study geography for two hours consecutively

The time table must begin with either geography or history and must end with either geography or history.

• a. Only blue in dark shade
• b. Only green in light shade
• c. Only green in dark shade
• d. Only red in dark shade
• e. All in dark shades

Q. 14
If she studies history in the fourth hour, and if she studies maths for exactly two hours consecutively, then civics must be studied in hour
• a. Kama Falls, Sam Zoo, Alam Planetarium, Lim Museum, Xi Park
• b. Sam Zoo, Kama Falls, Alam Planetarium, Lim Museum, Xi Park
• c. Lim Museum, Xi Park, Alam Planetarium, Kama Falls, Sam Zoo
• d. Sam Zoo, Xi Park, Lim Museum, Kama Falls, Alam Planetarium
• e. Alam Planetarium, Sam Zoo, Lim Museum, Xi Park, Kama Falls

Q. 15
ASSAGE: There are three disks on a board of a child???s toy. The colours are red, green and blue, dark shades on one side of the disks and light shades on the other side. The disks are turned to change colours from the initial setting according to the following rules.

If red is the only one in light shade in the initial setting, then turn the green disk.

If red and green are the only ones in light shades in the initial setting, then turn the blue disk.

If all three disks are in light shades in the initial setting, then turn the blue disk.

For any other initial setting, turn all disks.

• a. Kama Falls was the southernmost
• b. Xi Park was the southernmost
• c. Lim Museum was the northernmost
• d. Alam Planetarium was the northernmost
• e. Alam Planetarium was the southernmost

Q. 16
If the initial setting is red and green disks in light shade and blue in dark, what is the second setting?
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• e.

Q. 17
PASSAGE:There are three disks on a board of a child???s toy. The colours are red, green and blue, dark shades on one side of the disks and light shades on the other side. The disks are turned to change colours from the initial setting according to the following rules.

If red is the only one in light shade in the initial setting, then turn the green disk.

If red and green are the only ones in light shades in the initial setting, then turn the blue disk.

If all three disks are in light shades in the initial setting, then turn the blue disk.

For any other initial setting, turn all disks.

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• b.
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• d.
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Q. 18
If green is the only disk in the light shade in the initial setting, what must be the second setting?
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• e.

Q. 19
PASSAGE: There are three disks on a board of a child???s toy. The colours are red, green and blue, dark shades on one side of the disks and light shades on the other side. The disks are turned to change colours from the initial setting according to the following rules.

If red is the only one in light shade in the initial setting, then turn the green disk.

If red and green are the only ones in light shades in the initial setting, then turn the blue disk.

If all three disks are in light shades in the initial setting, then turn the blue disk.

For any other initial setting, turn all disks.

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• b.
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Q. 20
If all three disks are in the light shade in the second setting, which of the following could have been the initial setting?
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Q. 21
PASSAGE: There are three disks on a board of a child???s toy. The colours are red, green and blue, dark shades on one side of the disks and light shades on the other side. The disks are turned to change colours from the initial setting according to the following rules.

If red is the only one in light shade in the initial setting, then turn the green disk.

If red and green are the only ones in light shades in the initial setting, then turn the blue disk.

If all three disks are in light shades in the initial setting, then turn the blue disk.

For any other initial setting, turn all disks.

• a.
• b.
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• d.
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Q. 22
If the red disk is in dark shade in the second setting, which of the following must have been the initial setting?
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• d.
• e.

Q. 23
PASSAGE: There are three disks on a board of a child???s toy. The colours are red, green and blue, dark shades on one side of the disks and light shades on the other side. The disks are turned to change colours from the initial setting according to the following rules.

If red is the only one in light shade in the initial setting, then turn the green disk.

If red and green are the only ones in light shades in the initial setting, then turn the blue disk.

If all three disks are in light shades in the initial setting, then turn the blue disk.

For any other initial setting, turn all disks.

• a.
• b.
• c.
• d.
• e.

Q. 24
If only the green disk is light in the second setting, which of the following must have been the initial setting
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• d.
• e.

Q. 25
PASSAGE: There are three disks on a board of a child???s toy. The colours are red, green and blue, dark shades on one side of the disks and light shades on the other side. The disks are turned to change colours from the initial setting according to the following rules.

If red is the only one in light shade in the initial setting, then turn the green disk.

If red and green are the only ones in light shades in the initial setting, then turn the blue disk.

If all three disks are in light shades in the initial setting, then turn the blue disk.

For any other initial setting, turn all disks.

• a.
• b.
• c.
• d.
• e.

Q. 26
Which of the following initial settings results in a second setting in which only one disk is dark?
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• d.
• e.

Q. 27
PASSAGE: A traveller is attempting to recall the locations of five tourist spots in a city he had visited five years back. The spots are Kama Falls, Lim Museum, Sam Zoo, Alam Planetarium and Xi Park. He remembers that the five spots were arranged on a straight road running north to south through the city. He also recalls the following:

Lim Museum was located immediately north of Xi Park.

Alam Planetarium and Kama Falls were immediately adjacent to each other.

Sam Zoo was located somewhere north of Lim Museum.

• a.
• b.
• c.
• d.
• e.

Q. 28
The five tourist spots could have been arranged in which of the following north-to-south orderings?
• a.
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• c.
• d.
• e.

Q. 29
PASSAGE: A traveller is attempting to recall the locations of five tourist spots in a city he had visited five years back. The spots are Kama Falls, Lim Museum, Sam Zoo, Alam Planetarium and Xi Park. He remembers that the five spots were arranged on a straight road running north to south through the city. He also recalls the following:

Lim Museum was located immediately north of Xi Park.

Alam Planetarium and Kama Falls were immediately adjacent to each other.

Sam Zoo was located somewhere north of Lim Museum.

• a.
• b.
• c.
• d.
• e.