# All papers are bags.                         No bag is green. Conclusions : I. No papers are green.                          II. Some papers are green.                         III. Some green are papers.                         IV. Some bags are papers.

1.  Either I or II follows

2.  Either II or III follows

3.  Only I and III follow

4.  Only I and IV follow

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Either I or II follows

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# Some camels are ships.                         No ship is a boat. Conclusions : I. Some ships are camels.                          II. Some boats are camels.                         III. Some camels are not boats.                         IV. All boats are camels.

1.  Only I follows

2.  Only II and III follow

3.   Only I and III follow

4.  Only I and II follow

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Only I and II follow

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# Some clothes are marbles. Some marbles are bags. Conclusions : I. No cloth is a bag.II. All marbles are bags III. Some bags are clothes. V. No curtain is a pillow.

1.  Only either I or IV follows

2.  Only either I or II follows

3.  Only either I or III follows

4.  None follows

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None follows

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# In the following questions, select one alternative in the third statement which is implied by the first two statements.

1.  All elephants are wild. All lions are wild. So, all lions are elephants

2.  All mangoes are red. Some apples are mangoes. So, all apples are red.

3.  All roads are boxes. All foxes are roads. So, all boxes are foxes.

4.  All XYZ can run. All ABC are XYZ. So, all ABC can run.

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All XYZ can run. All ABC are XYZ. So, all ABC can run.

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# In the following questions, select one alternative in the third statement which is implied by the first two statements

1.  All dogs are mad. All sick persons are mad. So, all sick persons are dogs.

2.  All oranges are black. All figs are oranges. So, all figs are black.

3.  All windows are dogs. Some doors are dogs. So, all windows are doors

4.  No man can fly. No kite can fly. So, all men are kites.

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All oranges are black. All figs are oranges. So, all figs are black.

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# Statements : All students in my class is intelligent.                         Rohit is not intelligent. Conclusions : I. Rohit is not a student of my class.                          II. Rohit must work hard.

1.  if only conclusion I follows

2.  if only conclusion II follows

3.  if either I or II follows

4.  if neither I nor II follows

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if only conclusion I follows

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# There are three boxes of different colours – Green, Blue and Red; and 6 toys of which 2 are of Greencolour, 2 are of Blue colour and 2 are of Red colour. The toys are packed in the three boxes such that each box has 2 toys of  different colours in it and also the colour of the box is different from the toys packed in it. Now, 10 chocolates are kept in three different boxes in such way that the Green box has the maximum possible chocolates whereas the Red box has the least possible chocolates in it. Each box should have at least one chocolate. Which of the following is probably true

1.  The Green box, the Blue box and the Red box have 6, 3 and 1 chocolates/s in them respectively.

2.  The box which has the toys of Red and Blue colours has 8 chocolates in it.

3.  The box which has the toys of Blue and Green colours has 3 chocolates in it.

4.  The box which has the toys of Green and Red colours has 2 chocolates in it.

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The box which has the toys of Red and Blue colours has 8 chocolates in it.

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# These questions are based on the data given below. Eight persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H – are sitting in eight chairs all of which are facing the same directions. The eight chairs are arranged in two rows and four columns. Also, the following information is known. (i)  A and F sit at either ends but in different rows and different columns. (ii) G and C sit at either ends but in different rows. (iii) E and B sit in different rows and in different columns (iv) D sits in the same row as F, but to the right of G. (v)  A sits ahead of G. If E sits adjacent to A, then which of the following statements must be true

1.  B sits adjacent to G

2.  H sits adjacent to B

3.  B sits exactly between F and D

4.  E sits exactly between H and C

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# These question is based on the data given below. Mill, John, Rad and Pam are four executives of a company. Each of them must visit exactly two of the eight cities – Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, Bhopal and Jaipur and each city is visited by only one person. Rad does not visit Mumbai and Delhi, while Pam does not visit Kolkata and Hyderabad. John does not visit Bhopal and Jaipur, whereas Mill does not visit Bangalore and Chennai. Jaipur and Bangalore are visited neither by John nor Rad. If Delhi and Bhopal were visited by Mill, then which one of the city could Jon visits

1.  Delhi

2.  Bangalore

3.  Bhopal

4.  Mumbai

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Mumbai

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# These questions are based on the data given below. Mill, John, Rad and Pam are four executives of a company. Each of them must visit exactly two of the eight cities – Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, Bhopal and Jaipur and each city is visited by only one person. Rad does not visit Mumbai and Delhi, while Pam does not visit Kolkata and Hyderabad. John does not visit Bhopal and Jaipur, whereas Mill does not visit Bangalore and Chennai. Jaipur and Bangalore are visited neither by John nor Rad. If Pam visits Bhopal and Mill visits Hyderabad, then which of the following must be true

1.  Rad visits Chennai and Kolkata

2.  John visits Delhi, but does not visit Mumbai

4.  Pam does not visit Bangalore but visits Jaipur

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