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SYLLOGISM- Practice Paper 1- Part 1
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In this lesson, we see 3 moderate syllogism problems.

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Riya Agarwal
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Three times successive discount ki jo pahele problem hai: when you calculate, Two 4s ko cancel out kardo.
Abhishek Pal
10 months ago
yes we can do that to make the calculation easier
Moumita halder
10 months ago
3 times successive nhi samaj aya😭😭
Suman Mondal
10 months ago
2 times samajj mein aya toh...3 times mein dhikkate kyun?!
Suman Mondal
10 months ago
2 times samajj mein aya toh...3 times mein dhikkate kyun?!
AM
well explained ✨
please check and confirm again for the conclusion some jugs are cocks...?? Thanks
Riya Agarwal
2 months ago
Yes that follows. There is a overlap between the two.
problem no.1 is confusing me
mam, joker intersecting villain is the best case, it should intersect heroes and some part should lie in zeros. This is always true, but joker intersecting villain is not always true. it's just a case. please clarify and check.
Biprojit Nath
2 months ago
as heros intersecting jokers and heros totally comes under villain so some villain are jokers is always true. if we would have drawn jokers completely under zeros then jokers would come totally under zeros and villain which is not necessarily true
pl reply ma'am for harshit
  1. Verbal Reasoning SYLLOGISM Check your understanding


  2. About Me I hold a B.E degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering. . CAT, 17: DI & LR-98.29 %ile. I would take you through the DI & LR lessons for CAT. Not all are born Einstein's but trust me with hard work and dedication we can together make it possible.


  3. DIRECTIONS for questions In each of the questions below are given three statements, followed by conclusions: I, II, III. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.


  4. Problem I


  5. Statement 1) All heroes are Zeros 2) All Zeros are villains 3) Some heroes are jokers Conclusion I. Some Jokers are heroes Il. Some Zeros are jokers IlI. Some villains are Zeros 1. All follow 2. Only I, Il follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and IlIl follow 5. None of these


  6. Statement 1) All heroes are Zeros 2) All Zeros are villains 3) Some heroes are jokers Conclusion I. Some Jokers are heroes Il. Some Zeros are jokers IlI. Some villains are Zeros roes zeroS 1. All follow 2. Only I, Il follow 3. Only ll, follow 4. Only I and IlIl follow 5. None of these


  7. Statement 1) All heroes are Zeros 2) All Zeros are villains 3) Some heroes are jokers Conclusion I. Some Jokers are heroes Il. Some Zeros are jokers IlI. Some villains are Zeros heroes Zeros 1. All follow 2. Only I, Il follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and IlIl follow 5. None of these villains


  8. Statement 1) All heroes are Zeros 2) All Zeros are villains 3) Some heroes are jokers Conclusion I. Some Jokers are heroes Il. Some Zeros are jokers IlI. Some villains are Zeros heroes IPS Zeros 1. All follow 2. Only I, Il follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and IlIl follow 5. None of these villains


  9. Statement 1) All heroes are Zeros 2) All Zeros are villains 3) Some heroes are jokers Conclusion I. Some Jokers are heroes Il. Some Zeros are jokers IlI. Some villains are Zeros heroes IPS Zeros 1. All follow 2. Only I, Il follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and IlIl follow 5. None of these villains


  10. Statement 1) All heroes are Zeros 2) All Zeros are villains 3) Some heroes are jokers Conclusion I. Some Jokers are heroes Il. Some Zeros are jokers IlI. Some villains are Zeros heroes IPS Zeros 1. All follow 2. Only I, Il follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and IlIl follow 5. None of these villains


  11. Statement 1) All heroes are Zeros 2) All Zeros are villains 3) Some heroes are jokers Conclusion I. Some Jokers are heroes Il. Some IlII. Some villains are Zeros Zeros are jokers heroes IPS Zeros 1. All follow 2. Only I, Il follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and IlIl follow 5. None of these villains


  12. Statement: 1) All cocks are frogs 2) All cakes are jugs 3) Some cakes are cocks Conclusion: I. Some jugs are cocks II. Some frogs are jugs III. Some cocks are jugs cakes COCKS rogs juga 1. All follow 2. Only I, Il followw 3. Only lII, IlII follow 4. Only lI and III follow 5. None of these


  13. Statement 1) All cocks are frogs 2) All cakes are jugs 3) Some cakes are cocks Conclusion I. Some jugs are cocks Il. Some frogs are jugs IlII. Some cocks are jugs cocks cakes up rogS 1. All follow 2. Only I, Il follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and IlIl follow 5. None of these


  14. Statement 1) All cocks are frogs 2) All cakes are jugs 3) Some cakes are cocks Conclusion I. Some jugs are cocks I. Some frogs are jugs IlII. Some cocks are jugs cocks cakes 1. All follow 2. Only I, Il follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and IlIl follow 5. None of these


  15. Statement 1) All cocks are frogs 2) All cakes are jugs 3) Some cakes are cocks Conclusion I. Some jugs are cocks I. Some frogs are jugs Ill. Some cocks are jugs . cocks cakes 1. All follow 2. Only I, Il follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and IlIl follow 5. None of these


  16. Statement: 1) All houses are windows. 2) All roads are windows 3) All toys are windows roads Conclusion: I. Some toys are houses II. Some roads are houses III. Some roads are toy houses 1. Only II follows 2. Only I follows 3. Only lII, IlII follow 4. Only III follows 5. None follows


  17. Statement: 1) All houses are windows. 2) All roads are windows 3) All toys are windows roads Conclusion: houses Some toys are houses II. Some roads are houses X III. Some roads are toy 1. Only II follows 2. Only I follows 3. Only lII, IlII follow 4. Only III follows 5. None follows


  18. Statement: 1) All houses are windows. 2) All roads are windows 3) All toys are windows roads Conclusion: houses Some toys are houses II. Some roads are houses X III. Some roads are toy 1. Only II follows 2. Only I follows 3. Only lII, IlII follow 4. Only III follows 5. None follows