Discussion :: Logical Problems - Type 1 (Q.No.6)
Each problem consists of three statements. Based on the first two statements, the third statement may be true, false, or uncertain.
|Amrit Mohanty said: (Mar 26, 2011)|
|I need more clarification.|
|Sundar said: (Oct 12, 2011)|
|From 1: K > G
From 2: G > F
Combine 1 and 2: K > G > F
Therefore, K > F (Satisfies the third statement).
Hence the answer is True.
|Divakar said: (Jan 10, 2012)|
|Thank you (sundar) for your clarrification.|
|Thanaram said: (Jul 4, 2015)|
|If Kingston has 4 stores and 1 Galleria and four corners have 40 stores and 50 Galleria what will be the answer?|
|Ishan Khan said: (Jul 18, 2016)|
|It is K > G > F.|
|Pankaj said: (Mar 4, 2017)|
|You are right @Thanaram. The correct answer is uncertain.|
|Nishant Tiwari said: (May 24, 2017)|
|No, the correct answer is Ture only. I agree with the given answer.|
|Prudhvi said: (Jun 27, 2017)|
|I agree @Thanaram.|
|Psaurabh said: (Feb 8, 2019)|
|The Kingston Mall has more stores than the Galleria.
Let Kingston Mall (K) has 10 stores and galleria 5.
The Four Corners Mall has fewer stores than the Galleria.
Let Four Corner has 20 stores and Galleria we already assumed 5.
So, now Four corners have more than K?
What is the catch?
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