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Reverse Syllogism- Part 5
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In this lesson, similar type of problem have been explained using short trick.

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Riya Agarwal
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Is there a way of getting 68, 65 64 using some trick or it is judgement based?
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Sai
2 months ago
if we want to maximize any value we have to make them as close as possible...so we take 66 then we can divide equally among them.
Hi mam.. in the reverse syllogism concept..last question..21st video problem 5.. can u pls explain how the last option is correct.. u deducted the answer through elimination. but can u explain the logical way how the last option is correct?
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mam make a videos on clock and calendars
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hello ma'am syllogims are now clear ..but tell me it is sufficient for CLAT exam oe not
Riya Agarwal
a year ago
if your concepts are clear, you can try a few more questions on the topic and find out if you're able to solve them.
Vk
Vishnu kant
a year ago
Ok ma'am
  1. Verbal Reasoning REVERSE SYLLOGISM PROBLEM SET


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  3. Verbal Reasoning REVERSE SYLLOGISM PROBLEM SET


  4. What is Reverse Syllogisms? In Reverse Syllogism, as the name suggest, Conclusions will be given and we have to find the appropriate statements which satisfies the conclusions (e.g. The conclusion that all dogs have four legs holds true, using the following two statements: (i) all dogs are animals, () all animals have four legs;)


  5. Problem 5: CONCLUSIONS: 1. At least some fans being room is a possibility. 2. Some bulbs are fans. STATEMENTS 1. All fans are bulbs, All fans are windows, No fan is room. 2. All fans are bulbs. All bulbs are windows, No window is room. 3. Some fans are bulbs, Some fans are windows, No fan is room. 4. Some fans are bulb, All bulbs are windows, No fan is room. 5. All fans are bulbs, Some fan are windows, No window is room. (1) Only statement 1 (3) Only statement 4 (5) Only statement 5 (2) Only statement 2 and 3 (4) Only statement 4 and 5


  6. Solution using Short trick


  7. Problem 5: CONCLUSIONS: 1. At least some fans being room is a possibility. 2. Some bulbs are fans. STATEMENTS 1. All fans are bulbs, All fans are windows, No fan is room. 2. All fans are bulbs. All bulbs are windows, No window is room. 3. Some fans are bulbs, Some fans are windows, No fan is room. 4. Some fans are bulb, All bulbs are windows, No fan is room. 5. All fans are bulbs, Some fan are windows, No window is room. (1) Only statement 1 (3) Only statement 4 (5) Only statement 5 (2) Only statement 2 and 3 (4) Only statement 4 and 5


  8. Problem 5: CONCLUSIONS: 1. At least some fans being room is a possibility. 2. Some bulbs are fans. Some +ve ROOMSFANS STATEMENTS 1. All fans are bulbs, All fans are windows, No fan is room. 2. All fans are bulbs. All bulbs are windows, No window is room. 3. Some fans are bulbs, Some fans are windows, No fan is room. 4. Some fans are bulb, All bulbs are windows, No fan is room. 5. All fans are bulbs, Some fan are windows, No window is room. (1) Only statement 1 (3) Only statement 4 (5) Only statement 5 (2) Only statement 2 and 3 (4) Only statement 4 and 5


  9. Problem 5: CONCLUSIONS: 1. At least some fans being room is a possibility. 2. Some bulbs are fans. Some +ve ROOMSF Some +ve FANS -BULBS STATEMENTS 1. All fans are bulbs, All fans are windows, No fan is room. 2. All fans are bulbs. All bulbs are windows, No window is room. 3. Some fans are bulbs, Some fans are windows, No fan is room. 4. Some fans are bulb, All bulbs are windows, No fan is room. 5. All fans are bulbs, Some fan are windows, No window is room. (1) Only statement 1 (3) Only statement 4 (5) Only statement 5 (2) Only statement 2 and 3 (4) Only statement 4 and 5


  10. Problem 5: CONCLUSIONS: 1. At least some fans being room is a possibility. 2. Some bulbs are fans. Some +ve Some +ve ROOMSFANSBULBS positive positive) STATEMENTS 1. All fans are bulbs, All fans are windows, No fan is room. 2. All fans are bulbs. All bulbs are windows, No window is room. 3. Some fans are bulbs, Some fans are windows, No fan is room. 4. Some fans are bulb, All bulbs are windows, No fan is room. 5. All fans are bulbs, Some fan are windows, No window is room. (1) Only statement 1 (3) Only statement 4 (5) Only statement 5 (2) Only statement 2 and 3 (4) Only statement 4 and 5