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Syllogism- Negative Relation- Part 2
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In this lesson, some practice problem on negative relation is discussed.

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Riya Agarwal
I'm here to liberate & share my knowledge. Shortly, all DI and LR lessons will be available, in English & Hindi. Also, past year papers.

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Alapphuzha is a great example of efficient solid waste management. As per my opinion, why can't be incorporate hygiene, cleanliness and waste segrigation in the curriculum of primary schools and bring a change? RDF (refuse derived fuel) is generation of electricity by combustion of waste instead of coal. Now the problem in India is that we do have a huge pile of waste, but the quality is not worth using.. The pollution generated by it is also controllable by the use of APCD's (air pollution control devices) - Reference taken by Norway which is highly dependent on RDF for electricity and even imports waste from neighboring (and gets paid for that as well)... In case of POINT SEGREGATION, the dry waste like paper, metals and glass would be easily recycled, the other waste like plastics, will not be directly dumped into landfills... and one decent approach of converting organic/wet waste into manure or biogas will also tak place,.,. ---------- The technology to do so is also readily available, only awaits an input of quality waste... THERE ARE SOLID WASTE HANDLING RULES (for free on internet on MoEF site).. THIS SHOULD BE MADE MANDATORY TO COMPLY WITH AT LEAST AT WARD OR MUNICIPALITY LEVEL... and going back to the start of my answer, making the next generation aware will definately bring a good and a sustainable change in our society... -regards i personally believe that there is nothing called as a perfect answer... valuable comments are most welcomed....
9.25min ........NO houses are clouds is correct na....bcoz none of them are cloud....that conclusion is correct na
I AM CONFUSED PLZ TELL ME DI HOW TO SOLVE THIS STATEMENT 1)SOME HEADPHONES ARE EARPHONES. 2)ALL EARPHONES ARE TELEPHONES 3) NO TELEPHONES ARE TV CONCLUSION: A) NO EARPHONES ARE TV B) SOME HEADPHONES ARE NOT TV C) SOME HEADPHONES ARE TELEPHONES D) SOME TELEPHONES ARE NOT TV
Riya Agarwal
2 months ago
Make the Venn diagram using the 3 statements as I have taught you in the video. Then you can see that all conclusions follow.
Srishti Sharma
2 months ago
B AND C CONCLUSION IS TRUE PLZ TELL ME MAM
MJ
Hi Ma'am, Can you please discuss an example which has answer with an 'either' case? The 'either' case is quite confusing.
MJ
Hi Ma'am, please discuss an example where the answer is from the 'either' case. The 'either' case is confusing.
hi, can you help me with the question. Statement: No killer is a sweater. No jacket is a sweater. Some jackets are roses. Conclusion; 1. Some roses are sweaters. 2. Some roses are not sweaters. 3. No killer is a jacket. 4. Some jackets are killers.
  1. Verbal Reasoning SYLLOGISM Basic Concept (-ive) Relation [Check your understanding]


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  3. Basic Concept All : 100% Positive sense Some Positive sense Some not: Negative sense No : 100% Negative sense


  4. Problem I


  5. Statement: 1) Some panthers are rhino 2) No rhino is cheetah Conclusion: 1) Some panthers are not cheetah 2) No cheetah is panther A) Only (1) conclusion follows B) Only (2) conclusion follows C) Either (1) or (2) follows D) Neither (1) nor (2) follows E) Both (1) and (2) follows


  6. Statement: 1) Some panthers are rhino 2) No rhino is cheetah panther himo Conclusion: 1) Some panthers are not cheetah 2) No cheetah is panther A) Only (1) conclusion follows B) Only (2) conclusion follows C) Either (1) or (2) follows D) Neither (1) nor (2) follows E) Both (1) and (2) follows


  7. Statement: 1) Some panthers are rhino 2) No rhino is cheetah panther himo cheetah Conclusion: 1) Some panthers are not cheetah 2) No cheetah is panther A) Only (1) conclusion follows B) Only (2) conclusion follows C) Either (1) or (2) follows D) Neither (1) nor (2) follows E) Both (1) and (2) follows


  8. Statement: 1) Some panthers are rhino 2) No rhino is cheetah panther himo cheetah Conclusion: 1) Some panthers are not cheetah 2) No cheetah is panther A) Only (1) conclusion follows B) Only (2) conclusion follows C) Either (1) or (2) follows D) Neither (1) nor (2) follows E) Both (1) and (2) follows


  9. Statement: 1) Some panthers are rhino 2) No rhino is cheetah panther himo cheetah Conclusion: 1) Some panthers are not cheetah 2) No cheetah is panther X A) Only (1) conclusion follows B) Only (2) conclusion follows C) Either (1) or (2) follows D) Neither (1) nor (2) follows E) Both (1) and (2) follows


  10. Statement: 1) Some panthers are rhino 2) No rhino is cheetah panther himo cheetah Conclusion: 1) Some panthers are not cheetah 2) No cheetah is panther X A) Only (1) conclusion follows B) Only (2) conclusion follows C) Either (1) or (2) follows D) Neither (1) nor (2) follows E) Both (1) and (2) follows


  11. Statement 1) All watches are red 2) No red is wall 3) All walls are black Conclusion: 1) No watches is walls 2) No black is red A) Only (1) conclusion follows B) Only (2) conclusion follows C) Either (1) or (2) follows D) Neither (1) nor (2) follows E) Both (1) and (2) follows


  12. Statement 1) All watches are red 2) No red is wall 3) All walls are black watches wall Conclusion: 1) No watches is walls 2) No black is red black A) Only (1) conclusion follows B) Only (2) conclusion follows C) Either (1) or (2) follows D) Neither (1) nor (2) follows E) Both (1) and (2) follows


  13. Statement 1) All watches are red 2) No red is wall 3) All walls are black watches wall Conclusion: 1) No watches is walls 2) No black is red X black A) Only (1) conclusion follows B) Only (2) conclusion follows C) Either (1) or (2) follows D) Neither (1) nor (2) follows E) Both (1) and (2) follows


  14. Problem 3


  15. Statement: 1) All houses are roads 2) Some trees are roads 3) No trees are clouds Conclusion: 1) Some clouds are not roads 2) Some houses are not clouds 3) No houses are clouds A) All follows B) Only (1) & (3) follows C) None is true D) Only (1) follows E) Either (2) or (3) follows


  16. Statement: 1) All houses are roads 2) Some trees are roads 3) No trees are clouds ouses clouds roadstre Conclusion: 1) Some clouds are not roadsX 2) Some houses are not cloudsX 3) No houses are clouds tfees A) All follows B) Only (1) & (3) follows C) None is true D) Only (1) follows E) Either (2) or (3) follows


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