Logical Reasoning 3


Logical Reasoning Practice Test #3

As mentioned on our practice page, the following will consist of 5 questions. It’s a good practice to make note of the time it took you to answer these questions. In most cases, during an aptitude test, time is of the essence.

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Question #1
A dice is thrown four times and the outcomes are shown below. Find the number on the face opposite to the face showing the number three.

Logical Reasoning Test #3 Question #1
The correct answer is: D

Explanation: The number 3 appears in figures A, B and D. The numbers 1, 2, 5 and 6 lie adjacent to 3. Therefore only number 4 can lie opposite 3.



Question #2
Identify the pattern and find the missing figure.

Logical Reasoning Test #3 Question #2
The correct answer is: B

Explanation: In the second figure in each row, the first arrow is the same and the second arrow is in an inverted position. In the third figure in each row, the first arrow (of first figure) is in an inverted position and second arrow is the same.








Question #3
Look at the figure below and identify the number of squares.

Logical Reasoning Test #3 Question #3
 

A. 12 B. 11 C. 13 D. 8
The correct answer is: C

Explanation: There are 8 small squares and 5 bigger squares.

 

Question #4
The two given figures have some common properties. Which of the answers figure have the same property?

Logical Reasoning Test #3 Question #4
The correct answer is: C

Explanation: Each of the two given figures is formed by four straight lines. Out of the four options, only option C has a figure bounded by four lines.

 

Question #5
Look at the relationship between the two figures of box 1. Establish a similar relationship within box 2 choosing one of the following options.

Logical Reasoning Test #3 Question #5
The correct answer is: C

Explanation: Look at the three figures in the first box. The lower figure(pentagon) encloses the upper figure(square) and within square a new figure(hexagon) is placed. The new figure (hexagon) has with one more number of sides than the lower figure(pentagon). Use this logic in the second with the square and triangle.

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