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Logic Game Practice Set 2

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Updated on Aug 10, 2011

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If you're having trouble solving logic games, there's a bonus for you—a complete explanation of questions 1 and 2 in the answers section, with a step-by-step explanation of how to set up a table to answer the questions.

Answer questions 1 and 2 on the basis of the information below.

At a Halloween party where people were asked to dress as an object that represented their professions, Quentin, Rachel, Sarah, Thomas, and Ulysses were among the guests. The costumes included a flower, a pencil, a spoon, a camera, and a thermometer. The professions included a photographer, a florist, a doctor, an accountant, and a chef.
  • Quentin is an accountant.
  • Neither Rachel nor Sarah was dressed as a spoon.
  • None of the men is a doctor.
  • Thomas is dressed as a camera.
  • Sarah is a florist.
  1. Which person is dressed as a thermometer?
    1. Quentin
    2. Rachel
    3. Sarah
    4. Thomas
    5. Ulysses
  2. What is Ulysses's profession?
    1. photographer
    2. florist
    3. doctor
    4. accountant
    5. chef

Answer questions 3 through 5 on the basis of the information below.

Evan is a waiter in a café. After he turns in orders for the six people sitting at the counter—each of whom is eating alone and is sitting in chairs numbered 1 through 6—the cook opens a window in the kitchen and the order slips get messed up. Here's what Evan remembers about the orders:
  • The entree orders are: fried eggs, a hamburger, a cheeseburger, a vegetable burger, soup, and a ham sandwich.
  • The two people who did not order sandwiches are sitting at chairs 3 and 4.
  • The person who ordered the cheeseburger and the one who ordered the hamburger are not sitting next to each other.
  • The person in chair number 5 is a regular. She will not sit next to anyone who is eating ham.
  • The person eating the vegetable burger is not sitting in chair 2, but is sitting between the person who ordered fried eggs and the one who ordered a cheeseburger.
  • The customer who ordered the hamburger is not sitting next to the customer who ordered soup.
  1. To which customer should Evan serve thevegetable burger?
    1. the customer in chair 2
    2. the customer in chair 3
    3. the customer in chair 4
    4. the customer in chair 5
    5. the customer in chair 6
  2. To which customer should Evan serve thesoup?
    1. the customer in chair 1
    2. the customer in chair 2
    3. the customer in chair 3
    4. the customer in chair 4
    5. the customer in chair 5
  3. To which customer should Evan serve theham sandwich?
    1. the customer in chair 1
    2. the customer in chair 2
    3. the customer in chair 4
    4. the customer in chair 5
    5. the customer in chair 6

Use the additional information below, along with the information before question 3, to answer questions 6 and 7.

Now Evan has to decide who gets which side dish. Here is what he remembers, in addition to the previous information, about the orders, which were: cole slaw, hash browns, onion rings, potato salad, french fries, and lettuce salad.
  • The person who ordered soup did not order french fries, hash browns, onion rings, or a lettuce salad.
  • The person who ordered onion rings is sitting in chair 6.
  • The person who ordered potato salad is sitting between the person who ordered cole slaw and the one who ordered hash browns.
  • The person who ordered a vegetable burger ordered a lettuce salad.
  • The hash browns were ordered by the customer who ordered fried eggs.
  1. With which entrée does the potato saladbelong?
    1. soup
    2. hamburger
    3. cheeseburger
    4. fried eggs
    5. ham sandwich
  2. With which entrée do the french fries belong?
    1. soup
    2. cheeseburger
    3. hamburger
    4. fried eggs
    5. ham sandwich

Answer questions 8 through 10 on the basis of the information below.

At a small company, parking spaces are reserved for the top executives: CEO, president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer—with the spaces lined up in that order. The parking lot guard can tell at a glance if the cars are parked correctly by looking at the color of the cars. The cars are yellow, green, purple, red, and blue, and the executives' names are Alice, Bert, Cheryl, David, and Enid.
  • The car in the first space is red.
  • A blue car is parked between the red car and the green car.
  • The car in the last space is purple.
  • The secretary drives a yellow car.
  • Alice's car is parked next to David's.
  • Enid drives a green car.
  • Bert's car is parked between Cheryl's and Enid's.
  • David's car is parked in the last space.
  1. What color is the vice president's car?
    1. green
    2. yellow
    3. blue
    4. purple
    5. red
  2. Who is the CEO?
    1. Alice
    2. Bert
    3. Cheryl
    4. David
    5. Enid
  3. Who is the secretary?
    1. Enid
    2. David
    3. Cheryl
    4. Bert
    5. Alice
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