Logical Reasoning:
Logical Reasoning:

 

Ramu is a delivery boy at The Queen Hill Hotel. The hotel is peculiar as no road inside the hotel premises is flat; it either goes uphill or downhill. Ramu’s uphill speed is 60m/min and downhill speed is 90m/min. It is also known that he takes 2 minutes to serve the order in the room.

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Need for Speed - DI Set

Huey , Dewey and Louie are the three grandnephews of millionaire Scrooge McDuck. For their 18th birthday, they want a sports car each. Being the stingy uncle that Scrooge is, he has asked them to solve a puzzle, the right answer to which would get them a car each. The puzzle is as follows:

I raced all the 25 cars that I have (C1, C2, C3…C25), 5 at a time, and the results were as shown in the table.

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Each of the 150 residents of TG colony can be classified as having either a pet dog or pet cat, as vegetarian or as non-vegetarian, as living on first floor or ground floor.
It is further known that
1. The number of non-vegetarian residents is half the number of vegetarians.
2. The number of residents who live on ground floor is twice the number of residents who live on first floor.
3. The number of vegetarians having dog is same as the number of first floor residents having a pet dog.
4. The number of residents living on first floor having a non-vegetarian diet and pet cat, is one more than the number of residents living on ground floor who are vegetarian and have a pet dog.
5. The number of residents with a pet cat is 54 more than those with pet dog.

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The table below gives the number of votes (in hundred thousands) received by the top three popular political parties only, based on recent elections in 3 states (UP, AP and MP) and the %age of total votes casted, that the top 3 parties got.
‘A’ index is the difference of the highest and lowest number of votes received by each party and ‘B’ index is the middle value (when number of votes are arranged in ascending order) for each party.
(All votes are rounded off to nearest 100 thousand)

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Alpha and Beta, two friends were both planning to buy a car. They listed down 20 features which they were looking for. They both evaluated all the prospective cars with the listed features using their individual scoring schemes.

Alpha gave a zero score to each feature missing in the car, score of 2 for each feature available and an additional score of 3 if he was happy with the feature.

Similarly, Beta gave a score of -3 to each feature missing in the car, score of 1 for each feature available and an additional score of 6 if he was happy with the feature.

They added the scores of features to arrive at the final score for each car.

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