Reasoning - Syllogisms

Point ‘A’ is located 8 miles South of B and C is located 6 miles West of A. what is the distance between C and B?

A.  8 miles

B.  9 miles

C.  11 miles

D.  10 miles

10 miles

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Statements: Some benches are beads. All beads are flowers. No tree is flower. Conclusions: I. Some trees are benches. II. Some trees are beads. III. No tree is bead.

A.  Only I follows

B.  Only either I or II follows

C.  Only either II or III follows

D.  Only III follows

E.  None of these

Only III follows

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Statements: Some tents are buildings Some buildings are chairs Some chairs are windows Conclusions: I. Some windows are buildings II. Some windows are tents III. Some chairs are tents

A.  None follows

B.  Only I and II follow

C.  Only II and III folllow

D.  Only I and III follow

E.  All follow

None follows

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Statement : For any kind of problem with your mobile phone, contact our help desk immediately. Assumptions : I. Help desk has a solution to all kinds of problems related to mobile phones or will guide accordingly. II. Unless the problem is reported immediately,it cannot be solved.

A.  if only assumption I is implicit.

B.  if only assumption II is implicit.

C.  if either assumption I or assumption II is implicit.

D.  if neither assumption I nor assumption II is implicit, and

E.  if both assumption I and II are implicit.

if both assumption I and II are implicit.

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Statements : All doors are floors Some floors are tiles All tiles are paints Some paints are stones Conclusions : I. Some floors are paints II. Some doors are tiles

A.  If only conclusion I follows

B.  If only conclusion II follows

C.  If either I or II follows

D.  If neither I nor II follows

E.  If both I and II follow

If only conclusion I follows

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Statements: H \$ J, J δ Y, Y * K, K # W Conclusions: I. W % Y II. K δ J III. K # H IV.H δ W

A.  None is true

B.  Only I is true

C.  Only II is true

D.  Only III is true

E.  Only IV is true

None is true

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Statements: Some boxes are toys. Some toys are nails. Some nails are stores. Some stores are shops. Conclusions : I. Some shops are toys. II. Some nails are boxes. III. No shop is toy.

A.  Only I follows

B.  Only III follows

C.  Only either I or III follows

D.  Only II follows

E.  None of these

Only either I or III follows

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Statements:  All buses are trains All trains are rickshaws All rickshaws are cycles Conclusions: I. All cycles are buses II. All rickshaws are buses III. All buses are rickshaws IV. All trains are cycles

A.  All cycle are buses

B.  None follows

C.  Only I and II follow

D.  Only II and III follow

E.  None of these

None of these

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Statements: All bulbs are tables Some bulbs are posts Conclusions: I. All pots are tables II. No pot is table III. Some pots are tables

A.  Only I

B.  Only II

C.  Only III

D.  Only I and II

E.  None of these

Only III

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Statements :All spoons are bowls.Some bowls are glasses.Some glasses are plates.Conclusions :I. Some glasses are spoons.II. Some plates are bowls.

A.  If only conclusion I follows

B.  If only conclusion II follows

C.  If either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

D.  If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

E.  If both conclusions I and II follow

If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

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Statements: All books are pens. Some pens are ropes. All ropes are discs. Some discs are bricks. Conclusions: I. Some bricks are ropes. II. Some discs are books. III. Some bricks are pens.

A.  None follows

B.  Only I follows

C.  Only II follows

D.  Only III follows

E.  Only II and III follow

None follows

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Statements: Some flowers are rods Some rods are doors Some doors are houses Conclusions: I. Some houses are flowers II. Some doors are flowers III. Some flowers are doors IV. No house is flower

A.  Only I and IV follow

B.  Only II and III follow

C.  Only either I or II follows

D.  Only either I or IV follows

E.  None of these

Only either I or IV follows

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Statements: Some fruits are vegetables All liquids are drinks All drinks are fruits Conclusions: I. Some fruits are vegetables II. Some fruits are liquids III. All liquids are fruits IV. No liquids are vegetables

A.  Only I and II follow

B.  Only II and III follow

C.  Only III and IV follow

D.  Only I, II and III follow

E.  None of these

Only II and III follow

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Statements: All tree are books. Some books are tables All tables are pencils Conclusions: I. Some pencils are tables. II. Some books are trees III. Some tables are trees IV. Some pencils are trees

A.  None follows

B.  All follow

C.  Only either I or III follows

D.  Only either I or II follows

E.  None of these

None of these

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Statements: Some spoons are forks. Some forks are bowls. All bowls are plates. Some plates are utensils. Conclusions: I. Some utensils are forks. II. Some plates are forks. III. Some plates are spoons. IV. Some utensils are spoons.

A.  Only I follows

B.  Only II follows

C.  Only I and III follow

D.  Only II and IV follow

E.  None of these

Only II follows

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Statements: Some letters are glasses. Some glasses are plates. All plates are buses. All buses are cars. Conclusions : I. Some cars are letters. II. Some cars are glasses. III. Some buses are glasses.

A.  Only I and II follow

B.  Only I and III follow

C.  Only II follows

D.  Only III follows

E.  Only II and III follow

Only II and III follow

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Statements: All flowers are buses Some buses are cats All cats are tiger Conclusions: I. Some tigers are buses II. Some tiger are flower III. Some cats are flowers IV. Some buses are tiger

A.  None follows

B.  Only I and II follow

C.  Only III and IV follow

D.  Only I and IV follow

E.  Only II and III follow

Only I and IV follow

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Statements: F*M,M%R,E@F Conclusions: I.M%E II.R@E

A.  if only Conclusion I is true

B.  if only Conclusion II is true

C.  if either Conclusion I or II is true

D.  if their Conclusion I and II are true

if their Conclusion I and II are true

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Statements: All chairs are tables. All tables are desks. Some desks are benches. Some desks are sofas. Conclusions: I. Some benches are sofas. II. Some sofas are tables. III. Some benches are tables. IV. No chair is bench.

A.  None follows

B.  Only I and II follow

C.  Only II and III follow

D.  Only I, II and III follow

E.  None of these

None follows

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Statements : Some umbrellas are raincoats All raincoats are shirts No shirt is a blazer Some blazers are suits Conclusions : I. Some shirts are umbrellas II. Some suits are raincoats

A.  If only conclusion I follows

B.  If only conclusion II follows

C.  If either I or II follows

D.  If neither I nor II follows

E.  If both I and II follow

If only conclusion I follows

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Statements:Some envelopes are packets.Some packets are boxes.All boxes are parcels.Conclusions :I. Some parcels are packets.II. Some parcels are boxes.

A.  If only conclusion I follows

B.  If only conclusion II follows

C.  If either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

D.  If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

E.  If both conclusions I and II follow

If both conclusions I and II follow

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Statements : All pictures are paintings All paintings are photographs Some photographs are designs Some designs are movies Conclusions : I. Some paintings are designs II. Some photographs are movies

A.  If only conclusion I follows

B.  If only conclusion II follows

C.  If either I or II follows

D.  If neither I nor II follows

E.  If both I and II follow

If neither I nor II follows

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Statements : All roads are bridges.      Some bridges are flyovers. Some flyovers are underpasses                All underpasses are tracks. Conclusions: I.Some tracks are flyovers.          II. Some underpasses are bridges. III.Some flyovers are roads          IV. Some tracks are bridges.

A.  Only I & II follow.

B.  Only I & III follow.

C.  Only II follows.

D.  Only I follows.

E.  None of these

Only I follows.

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Statements: Some pots are bukets. Some bukets are bags Some bags are purses Conclusions: I. Some Purses are buckets. II. Some bags are pots III. Some purses are pots IV. Some pots are bags

A.  All follow

B.  Only I and III follow

C.  Only II and IV follow

D.  Only I and III follow

E.  None of these

Only I and III follow

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A.  if only conclusion 1 is true.

B.  if only conclusion II is true.

C.  if either conclusion I or conclusion II is true.

D.  if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true.

E.  if both conclusions I and II are true.

if either conclusion I or conclusion II is true.

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Statements: H #T, T@L, L%F Conclusions: I. F\$H II. H #L

A.  if only conclusion I is true.

B.  if only conclusion II is true.

C.  if either conclusion I or conclusion II is true.

D.  if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true.

E.  if both conclusions I and II are true.

if only conclusion I is true.

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Statements: No man is sky No sky is road Some men are roads Conclusion: I. No road is man II. No road is sky III. Some skies are men IV. All roads are men

A.  None follows

B.  Only I follows

C.  Only I and III follow

D.  Only II and III follows

E.  None of these

None of these

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Statement: Two local passenger trains collided while running in opposite directions on the same track as the signaling system failed for a brief period. Courses of action : I. The services of the motormen of the trains should immediately be terminated. II. The Government should immediately constitute a task force to review the functioning of the signalling system.

A.  If only I follows.

B.  If only II follows.

C.  If either I or II follows.

D.  If neither I nor II follows.

E.  If both I and II follow.

If neither I nor II follows.

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Statements :All walls are floors. All floors are ceilings. All ceilings are roofs. Conclusions :I. All walls are ceilings.II. All floors are roofs.

A.  if only conclusion I follows.

B.  if only conclusion II follows.

C.  if either conclusion I or II follows.

D.  if neither conclusion I nor II follows.

E.  if both conclusions I and II follow