Are you great at logic? This quiz can help determine how logical your thought process is and how your brain handles a challenge. Yes, it's also a game for the geniuses among us -- and that might be you.
Logic has been defined as "the science that investigates the principles governing correct or reliable inference." That means a highly logical person can see the truth of things when presented with a scenario or challenged with a situation. That's why logic tests are often formulated in storytelling fashion. In this one, we'll provide the premise of the story, leave a question hanging, and then it's up to you to figure out the answer -- the next step in the story.
Another definition of logic is "a particular method of reasoning or argumentation." While it closely resembles the storytelling mode of some logic quizzes, this is where a more "linear" or straightforward type of questioning occurs. So here, you'll also see questions that relate to math or allude to numbers, as well as abstract reasoning.
Whether it's a combination of inference, argument, or reasoning, this quiz tests multiple skills to discover if your logical reasoning is on par with geniuses. Are you up for the challenge? Let's find out!
The answer is 1. Since it was only the speaker "I" who was going to the cinema house, then it's just 1!
The youngest should be Jane. Since her father has 4 daughters, it's only her name that's not mentioned in the "roll call."
An anagram forms a new word/phrase when you rearrange it. Therefore, "I am Lord Voldemort" is hidden within that anagram of a name of Tom Marvolo Riddle.
If we follow the syllogism of this question, the answer would be "A tarantula is poisonous." It's the valid conclusion proposed from the two valid premises given.
Follow the numbers and you get 1-4 while you get C-F when you follow the letters. Therefore, the next number is 5 and the next letter is G -- 5G.
"A fork in the road" is an idiomatic expression. "Every cloud has a silver lining" is also an idiomatic expression
May the Force be with you! No amount of confusing homonyms would steer a Star Wars fan away from that quote!
When a car crash has survivors, that means those people are still alive and should most definitely not be buried anywhere.
A nephew is the male counterpart of niece.
It's 77. See how 33 is omitted, so 66 will be omitted as well, before reaching 88. Or you could notice the pattern seems to be alternating between numbers that are 11 and 22 apart.
Chris is not an uncommon female nickname. It could be short for Christina, Christine, or Christy, for example.
Home is where the heart is. It's also the answer to this question.
You now have 3 roses at hand, because that's what you took!
A palindrome is a word or phrase that reads just the same if you flip it from end to beginning. Therefore, the palindrome is the same forwards or backwards -- live evil.
The library should have the most number of stories in a given town. We're talking of stories found in books, both fiction and nonfiction, not the number of floors of a building.
A pound is a pound is a pound. Whatever it is measuring, it's the same weight if it's just the same unit of measurement!
Noah, not Abraham, was said to have built the ark and loaded it up with animals. Therefore Abraham took zero animals.
If you take prime numbers starting from 2 and add 10, you get the numbers in the sequence. Therefore, the last prime number here is 17, which becomes 27 if you add 10.
A greenhouse is made of glass, therefore it is transparent and has no color. It's not like a real house, if you know your gardening science.
A rooster doesn't lay eggs at all. It's the hen that does that.
All months have 28 days. Only February doesn't exceed this, but the others reach either 30 or 31.
Based only on the premises, it's impossible to know whether or not rain is the cause of the wet ground. Sometimes human intuition tells us that this argument is valid (sometimes written as "If A, then B. / B [is true], therefore A [is true]"), but it's invalid. The correct logic is "If A, then B. A is true, therefore B must also be true."
Everyone only has 1 birthday, regardless of when you were born. Yep, we're only born once!
All but 3 books burned. Therefore, only those 3 were left!
"Archie doesn’t have scales" should be the logical conclusion to this argumentation. Yep, it's logical!
If you use Roman numerals, this statement is logical. In Roman numerals, you write 19 as XIX, and if you take away 1, or I, then you're left with XX, which is the Roman number for 20.
The "silk" portion should redirect your brain to say "milk." But what a cow drinks is water.
The question pertains to the surnames of the ladies. Officially, Madonna doesn't really use her last name, but of course legally she has one!
A pigeon is warm-blooded, which makes it the odd one out on the list full of coldblooded creatures.
Did you miss "it"?
Johnny is bald. That's why there's no hair to get drench in the rain.
Forth should be the reply. Always be careful of homonyms or words that sound the same -- or almost!
In mathematical notation, if you put two variables next to each other, they're multiplied. So "ab" would equal 5, and 6 minus 5 equals 1.
Sheila should be the 5th child. The other 4 are her siblings.
Being born with a silver spoon and being red hot are two examples of hyperbole. It could also be symbolism, depending on usage.