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Syllogism- Positive Relation: Part 1
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In this lesson, we see in detail with solved examples, about (+)ive Relation statements.

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if all are false then in the option we have to opt for Neither conclusion 1 2 & 3 are follows
what is ans for 2 example
Hello mam.... mam in example 1 you told that the conclusion : some books are pencils can also be drawn ... but in example 2 , there was a different diagram for : some books are pencils ...why is it so ?? please reply
Thank you Your teaching way is very good 🙂🙂🙂🙂
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hi sister will they give examples and conclusions too in the question
  1. Verbal Reasoning SYLLOGISM Basic Concept (+ive) Relation [Solved Examples]


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


  4. Example I


  5. All girls are pencils All pencils are books All girls are books?


  6. All girls are pencils All pencils are books All girls are books? giFls pencils


  7. All girls are pencils All pencils are books All girls are books? giFls books


  8. All girls are pencils All pencils are books All girls are books? True giFls books


  9. Example 2


  10. Statement: 1) All girls are pencils 2) Some books are pencils 3) All flowers are books Conclusion 1) All pencils are flowers 2) Some girls are books 3) Some flowers are girls


  11. Statement: 1) All girls are pencils 2) Some books are pencils 3) All flowers are books Conclusion 1) All pencils are flowers 2) Some girls are books 3) Some flowers are girls Books pencils


  12. Statement: 1) All girls are pencils 2) Some books are pencils 3) All flowers are books 1) All pencils are flowers 2) Some girls are books 3) Some flowers are girls Conclusion: flowers books pencils


  13. Example 3


  14. Statement: 1) Some men are cars 2) Some trains are men Conclusion: 1) Some trains are cars 2) Some cars are men 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


  15. Statement: 1) Some men are cars 2) Some trains are men Conclusion: 1) Some trains are cars 2) Some cars are men cars men 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