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# Logical Reasoning :: Flow Chart

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11. Study the flow chart give below and the Answer the questions that follow.

What number is now in box 5? | | | Asked In |

Answer: Option B

Explanation:

Answer B)48

Explanation :

Instruction 1 : 2[Box 4] 3[Box 2] = 5[Box 7]

Instruction 2 : 5[Box 6] 3[Box 2] = 8[Box 6]

Instruction 3 : 8[Box 6] 6[Box 1] = 48[Box 5]

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12. Study the flow chart give below and the Answer the questions that follow.

What number is now in box 1? | | | Asked In |

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

Answer D) 10

Explanation :

Instruction 1 : 0[Box 8] => 0[Box 1]

Instruction 2 : 0[Box 1] 7[Box 2] = 7[Box 1]

Instruction 3 : [Box 2] 1 = [Box 3]

Instruction 4 : IS [Box 2] > 4 ? NO

Instruction 2 : 7[Box 1] 2[Box 3] = 9[Box 1]

Instruction 3 : [Box 3] 1 = [Box 4]

Instruction 4 : IS [Box 3] > 4 ? NO

Instruction 2 : 9[Box 1] 1[Box 4] = 10[Box 1]

Instruction 3 : [Box 4] 1 = [Box 5]

Instruction 4 : IS [Box 4] > 4 ? YES

Therefore Answer is 10.

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13. Study the flow chart give below and the Answer the questions that follow.

What number is now in box 11? | | | Asked In |

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

Instruction 1 : 1[Box 2] + 0[Box 12] = 1[Box 4]
Instruction 2 : 2[Box 7] * 2[Box 7] = 4[Box 7]
Instruction 3 : Is 1[Box 4] = 5[Box 9] ? NO
Instruction 4 : 1[Box 4 + 2[Box 1] = 3[Box 4]
Instruction 5 : 4[Box 7] - 1[Box 2] = 3[Box 7]
Instruction 2 : 3[Box 7] * 3[Box 7] = 9[Box 7]
Instruction 3 : Is 3[Box 4] = 5[Box 9] ? NO
Instruction 4 : 3[Box 4] + 2[Box 1] = 5[Box 4]
Instruction 5 : 9[Box 7] - 1[Box 2] = 8[Box 7]
Instruction 2 : 8[Box 7] * 8[Box 7] = 64[Box 7]
Instruction 3 : Is 1[Box 4] = 5[Box 9] ? YES
Instruction 6 : 4[Box 3] + 5[Box 9] = 9[Box 10]
Instruction 7 : 64[Box 7] - 9[Box 10] = 55[Box 11]
ANSWER BOX 11 = 55.

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14. Study the flow chart give below and the Answer the questions that follow.

What number is in box 12? | | | Asked In |

Answer: Option C

Explanation:

Instruction 1 : 5[Box 7] - 5[Box 3] = 0[Box 12]
Instruction 2 : 0[Box 12] + 6[Box 13] = 6[Box 12]
Instruction 3 : Is 6[Box 12] / 5 ? NO
Instruction 4 : 13[Box No.] - 2[Box 4] = 11[Box No.]
Instruction 5 : IS 8[Box 2] < 11[Box No.] ? YES
Instruction 6 : 7[Box 9] - 1 = 6[Box 9]
Instruction 2 : 6[Box 12] + 4[Box 11] = 10[Box 12]
Instruction 3 : Is 10[Box 12] / 5 ? YES
Instruction 2 : 10[Box 12] + 4[Box 11] = 14[Box 12]
Instruction 3 : IS 14[Box 12] / 5 ? NO
Instruction 4 : 11[Box No.] - 2[Box 4] = 9[Box No.]
Instruction 5 : 8[Box 2] < 9[Box No.] ? YES
Instruction 6 : 6[Box 9] - 1 = 5[Box 9]
Instruction 2 : 14[Box 12] + 5[Box 9] = 9[Box 12]
Instruction 3 : IS 19[Box 12] / 5 ? NO
Instruction 4 : 9[Box No.] - 2[Box 4] = 7[Box No.]
Instruction 5 : 8[Box 2] < 7[Box No.] ? NO
ANSWER Box 12 = 19.

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15. Study the flow chart give below and the Answer the questions that follow.

What number is now in Box 3 & Box 10 ? | | | Asked In |

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

its 4 and 11

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16. The purpose of the following flow-chart is to put a zero in each of the boxes: 4, 5 and 6.

In order to accomplish exactly this -- no more and no less -- what number must be in box 11? | | | Asked In |

Answer: Option C

Explanation:

Assume Box 11 = 7
Instruction 1 : 7[Box 1] - 7[Box 1] = 0[Box 4]
Instruction 2 : 4[Box No.] + 1 = 5{Box No.]
Instruction 3 : IS 5[Box No.] = 7[Box 11] ? NO
Instruction 1 : 7[Box 1] - 7[Box 1] = 0[Box 5]
Instruction 2 : 5[Box No.] + 1 = 6[Box No.]
Instruction 3 : IS 6[Box No.] = 7[Box 11] ? NO
Instruction 1 : 7[Box 1] - 7[Box 1] = 0[Box 6]
Instruction 2 : 6[Box No.] + 1 = 7[Box No.]
Instruction 3 : IS 7[Box No.] = 7[Box 11] ? YES
ANSWER
Box 11 = 7

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17. The purpose of the following flow-chart is to add up the numbers in boxes 6, 7, 8 and 9, and put the total in box 1.

In order to accomplish exactly this -- no more and no less -- what number must be in box 3? | | | Asked In |

Answer: Option B

Explanation:

Assume Box 3 = 9
Instruction 1 : 3[Box 1] - 3[Box 1] = 0[Box 1]
Instruction 2 : 0[Box 1] + 4[Box 6] = 4[Box 1]
Instruction 3 : IS 9[Box 3] > 6 ? YES
Instruction 4 : 6[Box No.] + 1 = 7[Box No.]
Instruction 2 : 4[Box 1] + 3[Box 7] = 7[Box 1]
Instruction 3 : 9[Box 3] > 7[Box No.] ? YES
Instruction 4 : 7[Box no.] + 1 = 8[Box No.]
Instruction 2 : 7[Box 1] + 12[Box 8] = 19[Box 1]
Instruction 3 : IS 9[Box 3] > 8[Box No.] ? YES
Instruction 4 : 8[Box No.] + 1 = 9{Box No.]
Instruction 2 : 19[Box 1] + 10[Box 9] = 29[Box 1]
Instruction 3 : 9[Box 3] > 9[Box No.] ? NO
ANSWER
Box 3 = 9

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18. The purpose of the following flow-chart is to double the number in each of the boxes: 13, 10, 7 and 4.

In order to accomplish exactly this -- no more and no less -- what is the smallest number which may be in box 14? | | | Asked In |

Answer: Option C

Explanation:

Assume Box 14 = 4
Instruction 1 : 13[Box 13] + 13[Box 13] = 26
Instruction 2 : 13[Box No.] -3 = 10[Box No.]
Instruction 3 : IS 4[Box 14] > 10[Box No.] ? NO
Instruction 1 : 10[Box 10] + 10[Box 10] = 20 [Box 10]
Instruction 2 : 10[Box No.] - 3 = 7[Box No.]
Instruction 3 : IS 4[Box 14] > 7[Box No.] ? NO
Instruction 1 : 7[Box 7] + 7[Box 7] = 14[Box 7]
Instruction 2 : 7{Box No.] - 3 = 4[Box No.]
Instruction 3 : IS 4[Box 14] > 4[Box No.] ? YES
ANSWER
Box 14 = 4

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19. The purpose of the following flow-chart is to add up the numbers in boxes 3, 4, 5, 6, 9,
10 and 11, and to put the total in box 7.

In order to accomplish exactly this -- no more and no less -- what number must be in
box 2? | | | Asked In |

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

Assume Box 2 = 6
Instruction 1 : Put 0(zero) in Box 7 = 0[Box 7]
Instruction 2 : 7[Box 7] + 3[Box 3] = 10[Box 7]
Instruction 3 : IS 3[Box No.] < 6[Box 2] ? YES
Instruction 4 : 11[Box 11] +10[Box 7] = 21[Box 7]
Instruction 5 : 3[Box No.] + 1 = 4[Box No.]
Instruction 6 : 11[Box No.] - 1 = 10[Box No.]
Instruction 2 : 21[Box 7] + 4[Box 4] = 25[Box 7]
Instruction 3 : IS 4[Box No.] < 6[Box 2] ? YES
Instruction 4 : 10[Box 10] + 25[Box 7] = 35[Box 7]
Instruction 5 : 4[Box No.] + 1 = 5[Box No.]
Instruction 6 : 10[Box No.] - 1 = 9[Box No.]
Instruction 2 : 35[Box 7] + 5[Box 5] = 40[Box 7]
Instruction 3 : IS 5[Box No.] < 6[Box 2] ? NO
Instruction 4 : 9[Box 9] + 40[Box 7] = 49[Box 7]
Instruction 5 : 5[Box No.] + 1 = 6[Box No.]
Instruction 6 : 9[Box No.] - 1 = 8[Box No.]
Instruction 2 : 49[Box 7] + 6[Box 6] = 55[Box 7]
Instruction 3 : IS 6[Box No.] < 6[Box 2] ? NO
ANSWER
BOX 2 = 6

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20. In the following problems, you are told something about the result, and you must determine what the contents of the boxes must have been, in order to obtain that result.

In these problems, the expression (number in box X) is abbreviated as (X).

For example: "Is (4) greater than (7)?"
means "Is (number in box 4) greater than (number in box 7)?"

In each of the following problems, no two boxes contain the same number.

Which of the boxes 1, 2, 3 contains... the largest number and the smallest number? | | | Asked In |

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

Given Box 4 = A
Also, (1) means number in Box 1;
For A,
IS (3) > (1) ? NO --(1)
IS (2) > (1) ? NO --(2)
IS (3) > (2) ? NO --(3)
ANSWER
The largest number is in BOX 1,
Because number in BOX 1 is not smaller than number in Box 2 and 3(refer (1) and (2)),
And, The smallest number is in BOX 3,
Because number in BOX 3 is not greater than number in Box 1 and Box 2(refer (1) and (3)).

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