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Syllogism- Practice Paper 2- Part 3
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In this lesson, we see the final part of practice paper 2

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Stat: some tree are monkey Some ship are tree Con:some monkey are ship Some tree are neither ship nor nor mokey
Yash raina
a year ago
Help me to solve this
Akashdeep Singh
3 months ago
2ns Statement Follows only
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Akhil Gattewar
3 months ago
2nd follows only
can please solve possiblity, either or and niether nor case problems??
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a year ago
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1. Verbal Reasoning SYLLOGISM Check your understanding

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3. erbal Reasoning SYLLOGISM Check your understanding

4. DIRECTIONS for questions 1-5: In each of the questions below are given three statements, followed by conclusions: I, II, II, IV. 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 7

6. Statement: 1) Some eyes are ears. 2) Some ears are lungs 3) All lungs are hands. Conclusion I. Some hands are eyes. Il Some hands are ears III. Some lungs are eyes IV. No hand is eye 1. None follow 2. Only VI follows 3. Only II follows 4. Only IIlfollows

7. Statement: 1) Some eyes are ears. 2) Some ears are lungs 3) All lungs are hands. Conclusion I. Some hands are eyes. Il Some hands are ears III. Some lungs are eyes IV. No hand is eye eyes ears 1. None follow 2. Only VI follows 3. Only II follows 4. Only IIlfollows

8. Statement: 1) Some eyes are ears. 2) Some ears are lungs 3) All lungs are hands. Conclusion I. Some hands are eyes. Il Some hands are ears III. Some lungs are eyes IV. No hand is eye eyescarslungs 1. None follow 2. Only VI follows 3. Only II follows 4. Only IIlfollows

9. Statement: 1) Some eyes are ears. 2) Some ears are lungs 3) All lungs are hands. Conclusion I. Some hands are eyes. Il Some hands are ears III. Some lungs are eyes IV. No hand is eye ayesGars lungs hands 1. None follow 2. Only VI follows 3. Only II follows 4. Only IIlfollows

10. Statement: 1) Some eyes are ears. 2) Some ears are lungs 3) All lungs are hands. Conclusion I. Some hands are eyesX Il Some hands are ears III. Some lungs are eyes IV. No hand is eye ayesGars lungs hands 1. None follow 2. Only VI follows 3. Only II follows 4. Only IIlfollows

11. Statement: 1) Some eyes are ears. 2) Some ears are lungs 3) All lungs are hands. Conclusion I. Some hands are eyesX Il. Some hands are ears III. Some lungs are eyes X IV. No hand is eye ayesGars lungs hands 1. None follow 2. Only VI follows 3. Only II follows 4. Only IIlfollows

12. Statement: 1) Samosas are Jalebi. 2) All Jalebis are Tikki. 3) All Tikkis are Barfi. Conclusion: I. All Jalebis are Barfi II All Tikkis are Samosas III. All Samosas are Barfi IV. All Barfi are Jalebi 1. Only I and II follow 2. Only I and III follow 3. Only Il and III follows 4. All follow

13. Statement: 1) Samosas are Jalebi. 2) All Jalebis are Tikki. 3) All Tikkis are Barfi. Conclusion: I. All Jalebis are Barfi II All Tikkis are Samosas III. All Samosas are Barfi IV. All Barfi are Jalebi samosas jalebis 1. Only I and II follow 2. Only I and III follow 3. Only Il and III follows 4. All follow tikkis

14. Statement: 1) Samosas are Jalebi. 2) All Jalebis are Tikki. 3) All Tikkis are Barfi. Conclusion: I. All Jalebis are Barfi II All Tikkis are Samosas III. All Samosas are Barfi IV. All Barfi are Jalebi samosaS 1. Only I and II follow 2. Only I and III follow 3. Only Il and III follows 4. All follow jalebis tikkis barfi

15. Statement: 1) Samosas are Jalebi. 2) All Jalebis are Tikki. 3) All Tikkis are Barfi. Conclusion: I. All Jalebis are Barfi II All Tikkis are Samosas III. All Samosas are Barfi IV. All Barfi are Jalebi samosaS 1. Only I and II follow 2. Only I and III follow 3. Only Il and III follows 4. All follow jalebis tikkis barfi

16. Statement: 1) Most CPUs are keyboards. 2) No keyboard is a Mouse. 3) All Mouses' are CPU. Conclusion: I. Some keyboards are CPU II All CPU's are Mouse II. No Mouse is a keyboard IV. Some Mouse are keyboard 1. Only I follows 2. Only II follow 3. Only I and III follows 4. Only IlI follows

17. Statement: 1) Most CPUs are keyboards. 2) No keyboard is a Mouse. 3) All Mouses' are CPU. Conclusion: I. Some keyboards are CPU II All CPU's are Mouse II. No Mouse is a keyboard IV. Some Mouse are keyboard CPUS/keyboards mous 1. Only I follows 2. Only ll follow 3. Only I and III follows 4. Only IlI follows

18. Statement: 1) Most CPUs are keyboards. 2) No keyboard is a Mouse. 3) All Mouses' are CPU. mouse Conclusion: I. Some keyboards are CPU II All CPU's are Mouse II. No Mouse is a keyboard IV. Some Mouse are keyboard keyboards 1. Only I follows 2. Only II follow 3. Only I and III follows 4. Only IlI follows

19. Statement: 1) Most CPUs are keyboards. 2) No keyboard is a Mouse. 3) All Mouses' are CPU. mouse Conclusion: I. Some keyboards are CPU Il. AIl CPU's are MouseX IIl. No Mouse is a keyboard IV. Some Mouse are keyboard X keyboards 1. Only I follows 2. Only II follow 3. Only I and III follows 4. Only IlI follows

20. Statement: 1) All liquids are solids. 2) Some solids are gases. 3) All gases are clouds Conclusion I. Some clouds are solids Il. Some clouds are liquids III. Some gases are liquids IV. Some solids are clouds 1. None follow 2. Only l and II follow 3. Only II and IV follow 4. Only I and IV follovw

21. Statement: 1) All liquids are solids. 2) Some solids are gases. 3) All gases are clouds Conclusion I. Some clouds are solids Il. Some clouds are liquids III. Some gases are liquids IV. Some solids are clouds liquids gases solids clouds 1. None follow 2. Only l and II follow 3. Only II and IV follow 4. Only I and IV follovw

22. Statement: 1) All liquids are solids. 2) Some solids are gases. 3) All gases are clouds Conclusion 1. Some clouds are solids Il. Some clouds are liquids X Ill. Some gases are liquids IV. Some solids are clouds liquids gases solids clouds 1. None follow 2. Only l and II follow 3. Only II and IV follow 4. Only I and IV follow