# Capgemini Logical Reasoning Questions

LOGICAL REASONING QUESTIONS:
Capgemini’s logical reasoning questions are 16 in total. The time limit is 50 minutes. Capgemini expects the candidate to solve the aptitude and logical questions within the 50 minutes time frame.

A candidate is expected to be good in thinking logically. Naturally being able to reason out well will help the candidate to solve these questions.
This section is designed to evaluate a candidate’s ability to interpret patterns and number sequences. Some questions will be related to flowcharts as well.

The candidate is supposed to be good at understanding pictures which comes under a candidate’s visual ability to assess something. So, they will give you 3 to 4 questions related to visual reasoning.

Capgemini wants their employees to be good in English. So, they will give 2 to 3 questions related to statements and conclusions.
Following the same logic, you will have 3 to 4 questions related to data sufficiency and 2 to 3 questions related to relationships.

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Q1

Statements : No table is fruit. No fruit is window. All windows are chairs.

Conclusions : I. No window is table.

II. No chair is fruit.

III. No chair is table.

IV. All chairs are windows.

Logic
A

None follows

B

I and II follow

C

III and IV follow

D

All follow

E

None of these

Q2

Statements : Is buying things on installments profitable to the customer?

Arguments :

I. Yes. He has to pay less.

II. No. Paying instalments upsets the family budget.

Arguments
A
if only argument I is strong
B
if only argument II is strong
C
if either I or II is strong
D
if neither I nor II is strong
E
if both I and II are strong

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Q3

Statement : The Government of India has set up one-stop facilitation counters manned by trained staff for attending to various needs of the foreign tourists at all international airports.

Assumptions :

I. There is adequate trained available to man these counters in shifts.

II. The services provided by these counters will help boosting inflow of foreign tourists.

III. Majority of the foreign tourists need variety of services when they reach India.

Assumptions
A

I and II

B

III

C

II and III

D

All are implicit

E

None of these

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Q4

Statement : In one of the worst accidents in railway level crossing, fifty people died when a bus carrying them collided on to a running train.

Courses action :

I. The train driver should immediately be suspended.

II. The driver of the bus should be tried in court for negligence on his part.

III. The railway authority should be asked to man all its level crossing.

Courses of Action
A

None follows

B

I and II

C

III

D

II and III

E

None of these

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Q5

Statement : In the university examination, most of the candidates write in Hindi medium.

Conclusions :

Conclusions
A

Some candidates of this examination write in Hindi

B

Mostly candidates with hindi medium appear in this examination.

C

In this examination no candidate writes answers in medium other than Hindi

D

All the candidates who appear in this examination write answers in Hindi

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Q6

The company should insist dealer loyalty to the extent that the dealer will not sell similar products of any company.

Deriving Conclusions from passages
A
if the inference is 'definitely true' i.e., it directly follows from the facts given in the passage
B
if the inference is 'probably true' though not definitely true in the light of the facts given
C
if the 'data provided is inadequate' i.e., from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false
D
if the inference is 'probably false' though not definitely false in the light of the facts given
E
if the inference is 'definitely false' i.e., it contradicts the given facts

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Q7

I. The staff of Airport authorities called off the strike they were observing in protest against privatisation.

II. The staff of Airport authorities went on strike anticipating a threat to their jobs.

Cause and Effect Reasoning
A
If Statement I is cause and statement II is its effect
B
If Statement II is cause and statement I is its effect
C
If both the statements I and II are independent causes
D
If both the statements I and II are effects of independent cause
E
If both the statement I and II are effects of some common cause

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Q8

M*[email protected]\$K represents what relation of H with K?

Level 2 Blood Relations
A

Mother

B

Father

C

Father-in-law

D

None of these

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Q9

If the team is to consist of one male advocate, one male doctor, one lady doctor and two teachers, the members of the team are

Level 2 Puzzle Test
A

A,C,P,T,U

B

A,D,E,P,T

C

A,D,E,P,U

D

B,C,E,Q,U

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Q10

How many symbols and numbers are there in the sequence which are either immediately preceded or immediately followed by the letter which is from the first half of the English alphabet?

Alpha - Numeric Sequence Puzzle
A

6

B

7

C

8

D

9

E

none of these

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Q11

Sahil, born on 23rd February, 1979, has passed his B.Sc. with 63% marks. He is ready to pay a maximum of Rs. 11,000 as deposit. He belongs to ST category.

Level 3 Eligibility Test
A
if the candidate is to be selected
B
if the candidate is not to be selected
C
if the data provided are not adequate to arrive at a decision
D
if the case is to be referred to VP-Personnel
E
if the case is to be referred to SVP-Personnel
Q12

How many girls are taller than Shravan in his class?

I. When students of Shravan's class are ranked in descending order of their heights, Shravan's rank is 17th from the top among all the students and 12th among boys.

II. Shravan's rank from the bottom on the basis of height among boys is 18th and among all students, 29th.

Level 3 Data Sufficiency
A
if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not answer the question
B
if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not answer the question
C
if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question
D
if the data in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question
E
if the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question
Q13

You are the leader of a group and a new member joins it. How would you make the matter comfortable?

Situation Reaction Test
A

Explaining what the job requires, and then allowing him to develop his own methods

B

Giving him a complete set of instructions to study

C

Correcting him tactfully when he shows his weak points

D

By making the job interesting to him by praising him when he does well.

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Q14

On the basis of this figure, it can be concluded that

Logical Venn Diagrams
A

none of the educated shopkeepers is a policeman though an uneducated policeman is a shopkeeper.

B

Some of the educated shopkeepers are road tax payers even though they discharge duties of a policeman

C

some of the educated policemen who pay road tax are sharing profits with uneducated shopkeepers

D

none of the educated shopkeepers is a policeman nor an educated policeman a shopkeeper.

Q15

In certain code, MOTHER is written as ONHURF. How is ANSWER written in that code?

Level 3 Coding Decoding
A

NBXSSE

B

NBWRRF

C

MAVSPE

D

NBWTRF

E

None of these