Logical Games

Logical Games

Direction: Answer the following questions on the basis of the information below.
Henri delivers flowers for a local florist. One lovely day, he left the windows open on the delivery van and the cards all blew off the bouquets. He has to figure out who gets which flowers. He has five bouquets, each of which has only one kind of flower: daisies, roses, carnations, iris, and gladioli. He has five cards with names on them: a birthday card for Inez, a congratulations-onyour-promotion card for Jenny, a graduation card for Kevin, an anniversary card for Liz, and a housewarming card for Michael. Here’s what Henri knows:

• Roses are Jenny’s favorite flower and what her friends always send.

• Kevin is allergic to daisies and iris.

• Liz is allergic to daisies and roses.

• Neither Liz nor Inez has moved recently.

1. Who should get the housewarming gladioli?

1. As per the given all information in above passage , we can say
Jenny is getting roses and Kevin is getting carnations.

Correct Option: D

As per the given all information in above passage , we can say Jenny is getting roses and Kevin is getting carnations. Neither Liz nor Inez would be getting a housewarming present. Michael is getting gladioli.

1. Which flowers should be delivered to Kevin?

1. From the given all information in above passage ,
Kevin is allergic to daisies and iris; he’s not getting gladioli because it’s not his housewarming.

Correct Option: A

From the given all information in above passage ,
Kevin is allergic to daisies and iris; he’s not getting gladioli because it’s not his housewarming. The roses are going to Jenny, leaving the carnations for Kevin.

Direction: Answer the following questions on the basis of the information below.
Five towns—Fulton, Groton, Hudson, Ivy, and Jersey—which are covered by the same newspaper, all have excellent soccer teams. The teams are named the Panthers, the Whippets, the Antelopes, the Kangaroos, and the Gazelles. The sports reporter, who has just started at the newspaper, has to be careful not to get them confused. Here is what she knows:

• The team in Fulton has beaten the Antelopes, Panthers, and Kangaroos.

• The Whippets have beaten the teams in Jersey, Hudson, and Fulton.

• The Antelopes are in Groton.

• The team in Hudson is not the Kangaroos.

1. What team is in Fulton?

1. On the basis of above given all details in passage , we can say that Every team and town is matched up, except Fulton

Correct Option: B

On the basis of above given all details in passage , we can say that Every team and town is matched up, except Fulton and the Gazelles, so the Gazelles must be in Fulton.

1. Where are the Panthers?

1. As per the given all information in above passage ,
The Panthers cannot be in Ivy or Groton, because the Whippets and Antelopes are there. Fulton has beaten the Panthers, so they cannot be in Fulton.

Correct Option: E

As per the given all information in above passage ,
The Panthers cannot be in Ivy or Groton, because the Whippets and Antelopes are there. Fulton has beaten the Panthers, so they cannot be in Fulton. Fulton has also beaten the Kangaroos, so the only town left for the Kangaroos is Jersey. That leaves Hudson for the Panthers.

1. Where are the Whippets?

1. From the above given all details in passage , we can say
The Whippets cannot be in Jersey, Hudson, or Fulton, since they have beaten those teams.

Correct Option: D

From the above given all details in passage , we can say
The Whippets cannot be in Jersey, Hudson, or Fulton, since they have beaten those teams. The Antelopes are in Groton, so the Whippets are in Ivy.