## IPMAT Logical Questions

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Q #1
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#### Logical Question

Directions: These questions are based on the pie charts given below.

The number of Color Televisions sold in India was 35 lakhs in the year 1999. The CTV market has been growing at a rate of 30% p.a every year and the trend has continued since 1999.

Which company has shown the maximum percentage increase in the number of units sold in 2000?
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Explanation: Aiwa has increased by 1% point. Same in the case with Onida& BPL also. Samsung increased by 3% points.

Q #2
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#### Logical Question

Directions: These questions are based on the information and table given below.

• Table A provides data about the wind speed reading and the corresponding increase in the Beaufort Number over the Beaufort Number of the immediately preceding Wind Speed Reading.
• Table B gives the Sea Disturbance Number and its corresponding Beaufort Number given in parentheses and the associated Average Wave Height. Table C gives the observable wind characteristics – i.e. the common name assigned to the wind, for the corresponding Beaufort Number.
• Beaufort Number is 0 for Wind Speed Reading of less than 1 km/hr and for all wind speeds in excess of 1 km/hr. The Beaufort Number is calculated over that of the immediate preceding wind speed reading.
• The number in brackets in Table B are the corresponding Beaufort Number for the given Sea Disturbance Number.

What is the increase in the Sea Disturbance Number when the Wind Speed Reading has increased from 17 km/hr to 83 km/hr?
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When the Wind Speed Reading is 17 km/hr. The corresponding Beaufort Number is 4. The corresponding Sea Disturbance Number for this reading is 2. When the Wind Speed Reading is 83 km/hr the Beaufort Number is 16. For this Beaufort reading the corresponding Sea Disturbance Number is 7. ∴ The increase is Sea Disturbance Number is 5.

Q #3
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#### Logical Question

Directions: Refer the data given below to answer the following questions.

The following table gives the scores of 10 students of a class who have opted for various credits (subjects). The credits are labeled A through F and are rated on a scale of 1 to 5, where students can score integral values only. Not all credits are necessarily taken by a student, and not all students necessarily take a credit. The range of scores indicates the minimum and maximum scores in that credit by students who may have chosen that credit. The average is the average of the scores in a credit of students who may have chosen a particular credit. The number of credit takers out of the 10 students is given in the last column.

The number of student who have scored less than 2 in atleast one credit is atleast.
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Explanation: Students scoring less than 2 (i.e. 1) is only possible in A, C and D. In A, total score of 6 students is 6 x 4.5 = 21. If minimum is 1 and maximum is 4, then the remaining 4 students have to score 21 – 4 – 1 = 16. It means all students have scored 4, except one. In C, total score of 7 students is 7 x 4 = 28. If 2 of then score 1 and 5, then the remaining 5 Students score 22. It is not possible for any of these 5 to score 1. In D, total score of 3 students is 3 x 1.33 = 4. If 2 of them score 1 and 2, the third has to score 1. But the students who have scored 1 in A, C and D could be the same. So atleast 2 of them have scored 1.

Q #4
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#### Logical Question

Directions: Refer to the data below.

A fortune teller has a unique way of predicting his customer’s prognosis. He has three parrots kept in three different cages. Each cage also has three cards with a single digit non zero number inscribed on every card. No two cards have the same number and no cage contains two cards with digits totaling ten. Further, the total of the three cards in the first cage is greater by two than the second cage and by four than the third cage. When a customer asks for a prognosis, the fortune teller lets out the three parrots which randomly pick out one card out of their respective cages. Before the prognosis is made, the fortune teller totals the digits on the three cards picked out and charges the customer the same number of rupees as the total of the cards. One day a customer paid seven rupees for his prognosis.

What is the maximum possible that one cay pay?
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The maximum payment possible = 9 + 8 + 7 = Rs. 24

Q #5
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#### Logical Question

Directions: These questions are based on the data given below.

Five men, all from different countries – Germany, China, Libya, Syria, and Cuba – decide to meet in a hotel in Delhi. Each man wears a shirt of a different colour from – blue, black, pink, brown and ash. They come in five different vehicles – Porsche, Ford, Sonata, Santro and Safari.

1. The person who came in the Safari does not wear the brown or ash coloured shirt; neither the man from China nor the Libyan drives a Safari and neither of them wears the ash or brown coloured shirt.
2. The man from China does not wear the blue coloured shirt.
3. The man who drives the Ford does not wear an ash coloured shirt.
4. Neither the German nor the Cuban drives anything among Porsche, Sonata or Safari.
5. The man wearing the black shirt had dinner along with four persons who were – the Cuban, the man from China, the man who drives the Porsche, and the man who drives the Ford.

Who drives the Porsche?
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The Libyan drives The Porsche.