Chapter Five LOGICAL REASONING

Logical Reasoning questions are of three types: 1. Tabular 2. Relational 3. Positional

1. Tabular Reasoning
These questions involve the processing of a large amount of Information and are solved by creating a Grid or Table. Example: Amreen, Benveer, Caroline, Danny and Edwina all have pets. Amreen, Benveer and Caroline each have a cat. Danny has a dog, a snake and a cat. Amreen has a fish and a dog. Edwina has a rat and a fish. Benveer has a dog, a snake and a rat. a) Who has the most pets? b) Who has the least pets? c) Which child does not have a dog or a cat?
Set out the information on a Grid like this. Take care you have noted all Information from each of the Statements.

Cat

Dog

Snake fish

Rat

A B C D E Answers from the Grid or Table: a) Benveer has the most pets. b) Caroline has the least pets. c) Edwina does not have a dog or a cat.
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