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Syllogism- Practice Paper 1- Part 2
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In this lesson, we see a few more problems on syllogism.

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Is Syllogism going to get asked in CAT 2019 Examination?? And was it there in 2018?
can option 3 be the answer...is there any posibility
Riya Agarwal
8 months ago
In which Problem?
Anusha P
8 months ago
Syllogism practice paper1, part2, problem6
Abhinav Tripathi
3 months ago
I have the same doubt Ma'am , in problem 6. problem involving Ring,Bead,Bangle, and flower . Can option 3 either i or iii follows be the answer.
Mam I have a question that if all the 3 conclusions are false but are valid or we can tell them...than the option will be -none follows or will it be ALL THE 3 follows? Thank you
Riya Agarwal
a year ago
if the conclusion doesn't follow, then it is invalid. how can it be both false and valid?
Pranav Jain
a year ago
I THOUGHT THAT A CONCLUSION CAN FOLLOW TO BE A TRUE OR A FALSE STATEMENT. BUT NOW THE DOUBT IS CLEARED. THANK YOU FOR THE REPLY MAM.
u've cleared one of my doubt here. thanx
  1. Verbal Reasoning SYLLOGISM Check your understanding


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  3. Verbal Reasoning SYLLOGISM Check your understanding


  4. 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.


  5. Problem 4


  6. Statement 1) Some Potatoes are onions 2) All onions are peanuts 3) All peanuts are samosas Conclusion I. Some potatoes are peanuts II. Some peanuts are potatoes III. All onions are samosas 1. All follow 2. Only I, IlI follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and Il follow 5. None of these


  7. Statement 1) Some Potatoes are onions 2) All onions are peanuts 3) All peanuts are samosas Conclusion I. Some potatoes are peanuts II. Some peanuts are potatoes III. All onions are samosas potatoes onions 1. All follow 2. Only I, IlI follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and Il follow 5. None of these


  8. Statement 1) Some Potatoes are onions 2) All onions are peanuts 3) All peanuts are samosas Conclusion I. Some potatoes are peanuts II. Some peanuts are potatoes III. All onions are samosas onions peanuts 1. All follow 2. Only I, IlI follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and Il follow 5. None of these


  9. Statement 1) Some Potatoes are onions 2) All onions are peanuts 3) All peanuts are samosas Conclusion I. Some potatoes are peanuts II. Some peanuts are potatoes III. All onions are samosas bottoes onions peanuts 1. All follow 2. Only I, IlI follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and Il follow 5. None of these


  10. Statement 1) Some Potatoes are onions 2) All onions are peanuts 3) All peanuts are samosas Conclusion I. Some potatoes are peanuts II. Some peanuts are potatoes III. All onions are samosas bottoes onions peanuts 1. All follow 2. Only I, IlI follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and Il follow 5. None of these


  11. Statement 1) Some Potatoes are onions 2) All onions are peanuts 3) All peanuts are samosas Conclusion I. Some potatoes are peanuts II. Some peanuts are potatoes III. All onions are samosas bottoes onions peanuts 1. All follow 2. Only I, IlI follow 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only I and Il follow 5. None of these


  12. Statement 1) All desks are rooms 2) Some rooms are halls. 3) All halls are leaves. Conclusion I. Some leaves are desks Il. Some halls are desks IlI. Some leaves are rooms. desks 1. Only II follows 2. Only I follows 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only IIl follows 5. None follows


  13. Statement 1) All desks are rooms 2) Some rooms are halls. 3) All halls are leaves. Conclusion I. Some leaves are desks Il. Some halls are desks IlI. Some leaves are rooms. desks halis eaves 1. Only II follows 2. Only I follows 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only IIl follows 5. None follows


  14. Statement 1) All desks are rooms 2) Some rooms are halls. 3) All halls are leaves. Conclusion Some leaves are desks desks halis Il. Some halls are desks IlI. Some leaves are rooms. eaves 1. Only II follows 2. Only I follows 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only IIl follows 5. None follows


  15. Statement 1) All desks are rooms 2) Some rooms are halls. 3) All halls are leaves. Conclusion I. Some leaves are desks X II. Some halls are desks desks halls IlI. Some leaves are rooms. eaves 1. Only II follows 2. Only I follows 3. Only II, III follow 4. Only IIl follows 5. None follows


  16. Statement 1) Some rings are bangles 2) Some Bangles are beads 3) Some beads are flowers Conclusion I. Some flowers are rings. Il. Some flowers are bangles IlII. No ring is a flower. rings angles 1. Only II follows 2. Only I follows 3. Only either I or II follows 4. Only IIl follows 5. None follows


  17. Statement: 1) Some rings are bangles 2) Some Bangles are beads 3) Some beads are flowers Conclusion: I. Some flowers are rings. II. Some flowers are bangles III. No ring is a flower. ings banolesbeadsflowers 1. Only II follows 2. Only I follows 3. Only either I or III follows 4. Only III follows 5. None follows


  18. Statement: 1) Some rings are bangles 2) Some Bangles are beads 3) Some beads are flowers Conclusion: Some flowers are rings II. Some flowers are bangles III. No ring is a flower. ings banolesbeadsflowers 1. Only II follows 2. Only I follows 3. Only either I or III follows 4. Only III follows 5. None follows


  19. Statement: 1) Some rings are bangles 2) Some Bangles are beads 3) Some beads are flowers Conclusion: I. Some flowers are rings.X II. Some flowers are bangles Ill. No ring is a flower. banolesbeadsflowers 1. Only II follows 2. Only I follows 3. Only either I or III follows 4. Only III follows 5. None follows