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Practice Questions -1
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In this lesson Bhagyashree Ghosh provides practice questions for syllogism.

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Nice lecture sir... i want this types video ,, so thanx for this. ..
Kishor khedkar
9 months ago
Thanks a lot
Option d is not available in the question
yes so considering one option only..we call it false
in question 1 why not both follows by considering that all swords can be possible part of blades and also blunt only some part of blades that is separate from swords part. Considering this both follows
yes I agree with you, 1 will follow then.. because it has the word possibly..n we are free to assume.. but still 2 will not follow as we cannot infer this one.. so new answer will be 1..
Please check if the answers are right 1)B 2)A 3)D 4)A 5)D
1)A 2) Both 3) Neither 4) false 5) Both
Give answers of all questions
1)A 2) Both 3) Neither 4) false 5) Both
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  4. e Instructions: In each of the questions below are given two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and ll. O You have to take the given statements to be true even if the seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. O known factsven

  5. Give answer as: (A)lf only conclusion I follows. (B) If only conclusion Il follows. (C) If either conclusion I or conclusion Il follows. (D) If neither conclusion I nor conclusion Il follows. E) If both conclusion I and conclusion Il follow

  6. eQuestionl: Statements: (i) All blades are sharp. (i) Some blades are blunt. (ii) No blunt is a sword. Conclusions: I. All sword being blades is a possibility. Il. At least some blades may be swords.

  7. eQuestion 2: Statements: (i) All flowers are white. (ii) Some whites are beautiful Conclusions: I. All flowers being beautiful is a possibility. Il. At least some white may not be flowers.

  8. eQuestion 3: Statements: (i) All fruits are tasty. (i) No tasty is good. (ili) All goods are yummy. Conclusions: I. All yummy things being tasty is a possibility. I. All fruits being yummy is a possibility

  9. Question 4: Statements: (i) All mangoes are grapes. (ii) Some grapes are black. Conclusions. I. Some mangoes being black is a possibility

  10. eQuestion 5: Statements: (i) No book is a pencil. (ii) All pencils are pens. (ii) No pen is blue. Conclusions: l. No blue is a pencil. I. All books being pen is a possibility