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  1. Verbal Reasoning SYLLOGISM PRACTICE PROBLEMS


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  3. Verbal Reasoning SYLLOGISM PRACTICE PROBLEMS


  4. DIRECTIONS: 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 5


  6. Statement 1) Gate are Locks. 2) All Locks are Keys. 3) All Keys are Window Conclusion: I. All Locks are Window Il. All Keys are Gatee II. All Gate are Window IV. All Window are Locks 1. Only I and Il follow 2. Only I and III follow 3. Only Il and III follow 4. All follow


  7. Statement 1) Gate are Locks. 2) All Locks are Keys. 3) All Keys are Window Conclusion: I. All Locks are Window Il. All Keys are Gatee II. All Gate are Window IV. All Window are Locks gate locks 1. Only I and Il follow 2. Only I and III follow 3. Only Il and III follow 4. All follow


  8. Statement 1) Gate are Locks. 2) All Locks are Keys. 3) All Keys are Window Conclusion: I. All Locks are Window Il. All Keys are Gatee II. All Gate are Window IV. All Window are Locks gat locks 1. Only I and Il follow 2. Only I and III follow 3. Only Il and III follow 4. All follow


  9. Statement 1) Gate are Locks. 2) All Locks are Keys. 3) All Keys are Window Conclusion: I. All Locks are Window Il. All Keys are Gatee II. All Gate are Window IV. All Window are Locks gate locks 1. Only I and Il follow 2. Only I and III follow 3. Only Il and III follow 4. All follow window


  10. Statement 1) Gate are Locks. 2) All Locks are Keys. 3) All Keys are Window Conclusion: I. All Locks are Window Il. All Keys are Gatee II. All Gate are Window IV. All Window are Locks gate locks 1. Only I and Il follow 2. Only I and III follow 3. Only Il and III follow 4. All follow window


  11. Statement 1) Gate are Locks. 2) All Locks are Keys. 3) All Keys are Window Conclusion: I. All Locks are Window II. All Keys are GateX II. All Gate are Window IV. All Window are Locks gate locks 1. Only I and Il follow 2. Only I and III follow 3. Only Il and III follow 4. All follow window


  12. Statement 1) Gate are Locks. 2) All Locks are Keys. 3) All Keys are Window Conclusion: I. All Locks are Window II. All Keys are GateX II. All Gate are Window V. All Window are LocksX gate locks 1. Only I and Il follow 2. Only I and Ill follow 3. Only Il and III follow 4. All follow window


  13. Statement 1) Some circles are squares 2) Some squares are triangles. 3) All triangles are rectangles. Conclusion: l. Some rectangles are circles. II. Some rectangles are squares. III. Some triangles are circles. IV No rectangle is circle. 1. None follow 2. Only IV follows 3. Only II follows 4. Only III follows


  14. Statement 1) Some circles are squares 2) Some squares are triangles. 3) All triangles are rectangles. Conclusion: l. Some rectangles are circles. II. Some rectangles are squares. III. Some triangles are circles. IV No rectangle is circle. rlanagas CIticlesSquares rec 1. None follow 2. Only IV follows 3. Only II follows 4. Only III follows


  15. Statement 1) Some circles are squares 2) Some squares are triangles. 3) All triangles are rectangles. Conclusion: 1. Some rectangles are circles. II. Some rectangles are squares. III. Some triangles are circles. IV No rectangle is circle. rlanagas CIticlesSquares rec 1. None follow 2. Only IV follows 3. Only II follows 4. Only III follows


  16. Statement 1) Some circles are squares 2) Some squares are triangles. 3) All triangles are rectangles. Conclusion: I. Some rectangles are circles. ll. Some rectangles are squares Ill. Some triangles are circles. IV. No rectangle is circle. rlanagas CIticlesSquares rec 1. None follow 2. Only IV follows 3. Only II follows 4. Only IIl follows