In this article, we are sharing with you all the topic-wise tips for the DFCCIL Logical Reasoning section. In addition, a pdf of important Logical Reasoning questions for the DFCCIL 2021 Exam based on the tips shared on the topics. Students can download the PDF in English and Hindi.
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DFCCIL Logical Reasoning Questions and Tips
You must draw a figure for this and solve it. Do not use your brain unnecessarily. Basically, in this two types of questions are asked: Direct & Indirect based.
- Direct Venn Diagram Example: Establish the relation between Dog, Animal & Pet.
- Indirect Venn Diagram Example: Doctors, Engineers, and Singers are represented by circle, square & rectangle respectively. Find out the area which represents engineers and singers but not doctors.
In the given figure, which number represents those who play polo, chess, and football but not basketball.
Answer ||| B
Solution ||| Circle represents chess, Triangle represents football, Square represents polo and Rectangle represents basketball.
The number which is common to the persons who play polo, chess, and football but not play basketball is shown in the blue shaded part which is
The difficulty level depends on the question. Be prepared for all types of questions. Do not confuse in relation terminology
Raghu and Babu are twins. Babu’s sister is Reema. Reema’s husband is Rajan. Raghu’s mother is Lakshmi. Lakshmi’s husband is Rajesh. How is Rajesh related to Rajan?
Answer ||| A
Solution ||| According to the information, Reema is the daughter of Rajesh and Lakshmi.
Rajan is the husband of Reema.
Therefore, Rajesh is the father-in-law of Rajan.
Hence, option (A) is the correct response.
Easiest one but most of the time candidates answer it incorrectly as they note down wrong data while solving the questions or put the wrong symbol. Very careful while solving it.
P got more marks than Q. R got less marks than T. S got more marks than T but less marks than Q. Who is in exact middle in these five?
Answer ||| A
- From first statement
- From second statement
- R < T
- From statement three
- Q > S > T
- From all statements
- P > Q >S >T >R
Distance & Direction
In these types of questions, assume any direction and solve the question according to that assumed direction. Assumed Direction Map should be correct. Check the distance asked in question whether it is a short distance or overall distance.
Vineet goes 20km north and then 21km east and then takes a 135degree turn clockwise and walks and reaches the starting point again. Find the thrice of the total distance travelled by him till he reaches the start point again?
Answer ||| D
Solution ||| He starts from A goes 20km north and 21km east and then 135-degree turn makes him face south-west and he meets point A travelling 29 km from B (by Pythagoras theorem). So total distance will be 20+21+29= 70km and thrice is 210km.
Hence, option D is the correct answer.
Moderate to Difficult, be careful while attempting this question. Try as many as patterns you can but fast.
Select the missing number from the given responses:
Answer ||| C
Solution ||| From the first row:
7×2 = 14 , 14+ 5 = 19
From second raw
6×2 = 12, 12+ 5 = 17
Similarly in third raw
5×2 = 10, 10+ 5 = 15
Hence ? = 15
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