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LOGIC ASSESSMENT

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This booklet contains two sample problems and eleven logic assessment sample problems get you familiar with the logic assessment problems,

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Answers are provided for each of the sample problems for you to check your results, start with the main section immediately after finishing the sample problems.

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You will have up to one hour and fifteen minutes to complete all the problems in this booklet. Extra points will not be given for finishing early. All problems are worth one point with the exception of problem 3 which is worth 2 points, The highest possible score is 12, Wrong answers do not get negative points. No points are awarded to the sample problems. Problems are not in order of increasing difficulty. You may solve them in any order. booklet.

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Write" all answers in the spaces located on the answer sheet of the assessment No scratch paper may be used. Do all your work in the booklet, Your administrator will not answer any questions about any

No calculators may be used. problems,

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In this booklet, a number of problems are stated

In the form of flow charts,

A flow chart is simply a "mad map" by which you must find your way from one "town" 10 the next, and obey every instruction you come to, Always follow the "road" downward, or to the righ~, unless an arrow indicates a different direction or unless an instruction requires you to do otherwise, When you come to a fork in the "road" there will be a question for you to answer. Match your answer with the "signposts" on the branches leading out of the fork, and you will know which way to go. When you are told to put a number into a box, it is understood that whatever number was previously in that box has just been erased. All numbers used in this test are to be integers (no fractions). Good Luck!

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Form P

Sample Test

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Add: (number into box 8.

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+ (number in box 2). Put result

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Add: (number in box 8) + (number ill box 6). Putresult into box: 6.

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(numbe-r in box 6) X (number

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1). Put result

into box; 4.

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What. number is now in Box 4?

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8e sure to refer to the directions as often as necessary during the assessment if you have any doubt whatsoever about the "ground rules". . " . e-:- Change instruction 2j)!..Form P Sample Test EXAMPLE "B" Box No..... Add: (number in box 1) + (number in box 2).. box 3)? Yes END 1 What number is now in Box 1? 11 Now. put result into box 1.go back and read the directions again. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Put (number in box 7) into box 1.. than (number in ~ . . 2007 .. The directions are complete and no questions will be answered by the administrator.·ncreasethe second box number mentioned in it by/' . I Is the second box number mentioned in instruction 2 greater .. Copyright (c) Thouqhtvvorks.

2007 . Good Luck! Copyright (c) ThoughtWorks. Please make sure that you write your answers on the Answer sheet at the 'front of this booklet.Form P The remaining pages of this booklet have 11 logic assessment problems.

-2> \. Put result into box 4.. + il- . tt. Put result into box What number is now in Box6? '5 + ''1 . (number in box 5). Add: (number in box 4) + (number in box 8). QJ Add: (number in box 3) + (number in box 11).. '1 r« ~ ==-6) ~l'iS Is (number inbox 5) . 2007 . ~ 13.M 1 Box No.--~ ~ (£) Subtract: (number in box 7) . Put result into box 11... Put result into box 5.(number in box 10)? I Subtract 'l- =-~ (number in box 4) ".) ~'5 -J - Add: (number in 'box 5) + (number in box 2)..... Copyright (c) ThoughtWorks. Multiply: (number in box 4) X (number in box 4).6. <6\""'-1D i:. Put result into box 4.. Put result into box 8 . - "t s: . 1 Add: (number in box 1) + (number in the box whose number is in box 9). Put the resultinto box 5.--')AO -0 _ W 6.Form P PROBLE. t z.

~ 1 Is {humber instruction Yes Subtract: .1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Subtract: (number in box 4) ~ (number box 7). -~ \IS--) ffi in it by No .s. ~::> . the second box mentioned (number in the box whose number is in box ~). .1. in bOXp2) more than the second' box number mentioned in 27 \~~(~~i (humber in box 9) . 2007 . Put result into box 1. ( <.1.?-~TI Is (number in box 1) ?venly divisible by 4? Change instruction 2: lncrease.-~ 'I ..Form P PROBLEM 2 Box No. END What number is now in Box 1? _ Gopyright (0) ThoughtWorks. in the box whose number is in Add: (number ill box 1) + (number in box 6).. v \. Put result intoboxt.. Put result into box.

.1 (a) Box 11? (b) Copyright (c) ThoughtWorks. What number is now in Box 8. Put result into box 11. ~ 1 2 6 _~I 1 Add: (number in box 11) + 3.\. 2007 . pox 10. Add: (number in box 5) + (number in box 11). each by (number in box 12) Is the last box number mentioned in lnstruction 2 less than (number in box 1)? Go to.the instruction which is the one before Instruction 3...--:.~ t'3 - Gf Put(number in box 1) into. . Put result into box 11..Form P PROBLEM 3 Bbx No.. - 'is ~ [W Is thefirst box number mentioned in Instruction 2 an odd number? Go to the instruction whose number is in the box whose number Is In box 6" Change Instruction 2: Increase the first box number mentioned in it by 2. q:. t3>:: l1 ~:> QJJ > Change Instruction 2: Increase the first box number mentioned in it and decrease the second box number mentioned in it.

INO MORE AND NO LESS.S PROBLEMS 4 . Go to the next page and continue .N.. DIFFERENT FROM THOSE YOU HAVE JUST IN THESE PROBLEMS. YOU WILL BE TOLD EXACTLY WHAT EACH FLOW CHART IS INTENPED TO ACCOMPliSH. YOU MUST DECIDE WHAT NUMBER MUST BE IN A SPECIFIED BOX TO ENABLE SOMEONE FOLLOWING THE FLOW CHART TO ACCOMPLISH THE REQUIRED OUTCOME.. Copyrkght (c) ThoughtWorks.. 2007 .7 ARE SLIGHTLY COMPLETED.Form P READ THESE DIREC'TIO.

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 START Subtract: (number in box 12) . t-'\ ~ ~ .__ 1 Is the last box number mentioned in Instruction 1 equal to (number in box 3)? _ I _/ • Yes T END What number must be in Box 3? ---- '.: Increase the last box number mentioned in !t by 2.(number in box 12).-( 3 ) '-.1 Copyright (c) ThoughtWorks.no more and no less ..Form P PROBLEM 4 The purpose of the followihg flow chart is to put a zero in each of the boxes 2.-_ c -"') D -~ @ Change Instruction 1.-". Put result into box 2.which number must be in box 37 Box No. 4..)(!6:.I I \ /~ . -. 2007 . and 6. In order to accomplish exactly this .

Put result into box 3.'::5 --> E:! Is (number in box. "---\ ~ END What number must be in Box 47 _ Copyright (c) ThoughtWorks. 2007 . e + ~ _. -~r33 Add: (number in box 3) + (nurnber-m box 9). and 9 and put the total into box 3. 7. In order to accomplish exactly this .no more and no less . N ~r~0J0~0 o 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 7 3 QJ 10 Subtract: (number in box 1) ~ (number in box 1).. 8. Form P PROBLEM 5 The purpose' of the following flow chart i._ .s to add the numbers in boxes 6. o.'.:. Put result into box 3.what number must box4? be in Bo>:.\. 4) Instruction 27 greater than the second box number mentioned in Change Instruction 2: Decrease the second box number mentioned in Itby L .

Form P PROBLEM 6 The purpose of the following flow chart is to double the number in each of the boxes 2.1 ] 2 [JJDDL JJlC--IDJ 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 Add: (number in box 2) + (number in box 2).8 and 10.what is the smallest number which may be in box 1? ) J 14 Box No. 2007 .no more and no less .6. Is (number in box 1) less than the second box number mentioned in lnstruction 1? Yes . In order to accomplish exactly this .4. What is the smallest number which may be in Box 1? _ END ] } Copyright (c) ThoughtWorks. Change Instruction 1: Increase all box numbers mentioned in it by 2. Put result into box 2.

Is the first box number mentioned iln Instruction 2 less than (number in box 10)? Add: (number in box 5) + (number in box 9). 2007 . 7 8" and J ln order to accomplish exactly this . Change Iinstruction 2: Increase the flrst box number mentioned in it by 1. Put result into box 5. 9. Put result into box 5. Put result in box 5. r- Add: (number if! box 1) + (number in box 5).4.2.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 JOI= START 1 Subtract: (number in box 5) .3. and put the total in box 5.(number in box 5).Form P PROBLEM 7 The purposeot thetoltowtnq flow chart is to add the numbers in boxes 1. Change Instruction 4: Decrease the second box number mentioned ih it by 1. What number must be in Box 10? _ Copyright (c) ThoughtWorks.no more and no less .what is the number that must be in box 10? Box NO.

ABBREVI. 2007 . IN THESE PROBLEMS.Form P READ THESE OrRECTIONS IN THE FOLLOWING PROBLEMS. NO TWO BOXES CONTAIN THE Go to the next page and continue . YOU ARE TOLD SOMETHING ABOUT THE RESULT. PROBLEMS. .EEN. IN ORDER TO OBTAIN THAT RESULT.ATED AS (X) THE EXPRESSION (NUMBER IN BOX X) IS FOR EXAMPLE: "IS (4) GREATER THAN (7)?" THAT MEANS "IS (NUMBER BOX 4) GREATE!R THAN (NUMBER IN BOX 7)?" IN IN EACH OF THE FOLLOWING SAME NUMBER. AND YOU MUST DETERMINE WHAT THE CONTENTS OF THE BOXES MUST HAVE B. Copyright (c) ThoughtWorks..

.-- I I ~ ~~ No ( \ s..~ Is (3) less than (1)7 ~--ye'. ..'-.2. __/ ... Put the letter G into box 4. f .-_1. /---- .Form P PROBLEM 8 START (A.... Iy I" I ... I ..' 1 'f 7-' _. ~ _/ r -~------~ r~\1 Put the letier C into box 4... ~~I---------------___/ / I .. /--~/ 1. No I Is (2) less than (1)? \'"'-I-. ____ ___ (a) (b) END The letter B is now in box 4. --+-------------- \.J~ye_------____IO_ I ". 2007 . _-~) 'v / Put the letter B into box 4. ) Putthe letter 0 into box 4. ~-~ / ( \._-~ .---- ---------------/ I/~f-\/~ \~ __ ~) Put the letter F into box 4. "\~ Is (3) less than (2)7 YI'lS-~ -.. ) __.."..~ =«: \....-----/} . .~ l< No \1 /t_\ ( ~// ) Put the letter A into box 4....\ ( ) ....' (y/ '\'----~ Put the leUer E into box 4.__-----. Which of the Boxes THE 1..3 contains . LARGEST NUMBER? NUMBER? THE SMALLIEST Copyright (c) ThouQihtWorks.

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.\ No (-3) less than (2)7 Ye -._T_/\_.. THE LARGEST NUMBER? THE SMALLEST NUMBER? 2007 (.--'\ Is (3) less than (1)? \.-~-Ye5------~1 r ~. .. ) END Either the letter B or the letter G is in box 4. (y\~s 1 ..3 cannot possibl'y contain . No /.-// I... . No ~ \__--- / ---- _) -: (--~ ~~J (I /~/ \''-~' Put the letter C into box.~2) less than (1 )? Y es.2. r()f:he (-- Put the letter D into box 4..4._~" \ T__. Which of the Boxes 1. t Is (2) less than (1)1 ~ \___1_'/\--Yes-" .rj ) 1 ~ Put letter F into box 4./ 1 ?---" ( ) Is (3) less-than (1)? ".Form P PROBLEM 9 START /-l l No . - .. "---Yes~ f 1'\ " J. <:» No A Is (3) less than (2)? ...A into box 4. -------j _Y' " 1 't / r> / »<"> \'-.: Put the letter' . Copyright (11) (c) ThoughtWotks... . )\ 'T' NO' '-Y€lS~\ \. ~ letter E-in-to-b-O-X-4-._~ l I /~ \.--c-....--r_". ~r Put letter G into box 4.

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I \ T less than (2}? Y? "'--I _/ No '\. . ~_. ( \_ _/~ No I T t r">.. '--1../ . .v. i / .. \ ( ~-- "V ' .»: Put the letter 8 into box 4 ..: Put the letter F into box 4 - .. '-J/ /'.. _/ _/T .--------~-/ ~ } .- r>..07 ..-yo 8S---._ Yes_~ ' ~15 (...2)le85 than l Is (3) less than (-2)? 1>------.:» I J "-..._------------ " NUMBER? Put the letter G into box 4..---------. ~ I _....1) () END Either the letter C or the letter E is in box 4. \ \ )' Is (3) less than (1)? (1)7 -yes------ ""No ....(3) less than Is ....---t No ~ I STtRT -r._ l.y __ -~"/ \."\ \ f -\ l ( '\ \ 1 Put the letter A into box 4. THE LARGEST ____ (. I . · /~ No (2) less than (1)7 +-Yes -----.3 cannot possibly con-tain .n. Which of the Boxes 1. THE SMALLEST NUMBER? Copyright (c) Thouqhtvvorks....--"/" -------' ) ") l ~ r\!:./ -../ Nf A (1)7 '-. <:..--...-----.Form P PROBLEM 10 ~ »< .. 20.2. \'--Yes-"" t 1 r >.-c-/ V . ".

IN THE FOLLOWING SAME NUMBER. PROBlEIV1. YOU MUST GRASP THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE INDIVIDUAL STEPS IN THE FLOW CHART AND CORRECT AN ERROR WHICH HAS BEEN DELIBERATELY PLACED THERE. NO TWO BOXES CONTAIN THE Gota the next page and continue Copyright (c) ThoughtWorks.Form P READ THESE DIRECTIONS IN THE FOllOWING PROBLEM. 2007 .

we must change. Which one instruction must be changed to correct the flow chart? Is (number in box 4) less than (number In box 3)7 Put (number in box 3) into box 1. ( I) (11 Copyright (c) Thou hLWod.Form P PROBLEM 11 The objective of the following flow chart is to rearrange the numbers in boxes 3. Put (number in box 4) into box 3. this flow chart is incorrect. Put (number in box 1) into box 5. Put (humber in box 5) into box 4. 4.. In order te correct this flew chart..Instruction So that the first Box number mentioned And the second Box number mentioned END in it is Box number' in it is Box numb! If no. However. As it stands it will not accomplish the desired purpose. Box 5 will always contain the larqest number. Put (number in box 1) into box 4. Is (number in box 4) less than (number in box 5}? Put (number in box 4) into box 1. and 5 in such a fashion that at the end: Box 3 will always contajn the smallest number. Otll .

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