## Logical Problems 1This type of reasoning questions consists of three statements. The first two statements are facts, and the third statement may be true, false or uncertain. Based on the information provided in the first two statements, you are required to find whether the third statement is true, false or uncertain. There may be a small variation in the format of such questions; accordingly, we have discussed three types of logical problems. ## Type 1:1) If the first two statements are true, the third statement is - False
- True
- Uncertain
From the first two statements, it is clear that Mukesh is the youngest of the three. So, the third statement is false. 2) If the first two statements are true, the third statement is - False
- True
- Uncertain
From the first two statements, it is clear that Pooja runs fastest. So, the third statement is false. 3) If the first two statements are true, the third statement is - False
- True
- Uncertain
From the first two statements, it is clear that Peter weighs the most and John weighs the least. 4) If the first two statements are true, the third statement is - False
- True
- Uncertain
From the first two statements, it is clear that School A has the highest admissions, so the third statement is false. 5. I. Blue apples cost more than green apples. II. Blue apples cost less than red apples. III. Red apples cost more than green apples and blue apples. If the first two statements are true, the third statement is - False
- True
- Uncertain
From the first two statements, it is clear that red apples are expensive than the green and red apples. Logical Problems 2 Logical Problems 3 Logical Problems 4 Next TopicLogical Problems 2 |