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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 7


  6. Statement 1) All socks are shoes. 2) Some shoes are sandles. 3) All sandles are slippers. Conclusion: I. Some slippers are shoes. Il. Some slippers are socks II. Some sandles are socks. /V. Some shoes are slippers 1. None follows 2. Only I and Il follow 3. Only IIl and IV follow 4. Only I and IV follow


  7. Statement 1) All socks are shoes. 2) Some shoes are sandles. 3) All sandles are slippers. Conclusion: I. Some slippers are shoes. Il. Some slippers are socks II. Some sandles are socks. /V. Some shoes are slippers socis hoes 1. None follows 2. Only I and Il follow 3. Only IIl and IV follow 4. Only I and IV follow


  8. Statement 1) All socks are shoes. 2) Some shoes are sandles. 3) All sandles are slippers. Conclusion: I. Some slippers are shoes. Il. Some slippers are socks II. Some sandles are socks. /V. Some shoes are slippers socks shoesA sandles 1. None follows 2. Only I and Il follow 3. Only IIl and IV follow 4. Only I and IV follow


  9. Statement 1) All socks are shoes. 2) Some shoes are sandles. 3) All sandles are slippers. Conclusion: I. Some slippers are shoes. Il. Some slippers are socks II. Some sandles are socks. /V. Some shoes are slippers socks shoes sandles slippers 1. None follows 2. Only I and Il follow 3. Only IIl and IV follow 4. Only and IV follow


  10. Statement 1) All socks are shoes. 2) Some shoes are sandles. 3) All sandles are slippers. Conclusion: I. Some slippers are shoes Il. Some slippers are socks II. Some sandles are socks. /V. Some shoes are slippers socks shoes sandles slippers 1. None follows 2. Only I and Il follow 3. Only IIl and IV follow 4. Only and IV follow


  11. Statement 1) All socks are shoes. 2) Some shoes are sandles. 3) All sandles are slippers. Conclusion: I. Some slippers are shoes ll. Some slippers are socks II. Some sandles are socks. /V. Some shoes are slippers socks shoes sandles slippers 1. None follows 2. Only I and Il follow 3. Only IIl and IV follow 4. Only and IV follow


  12. Statement 1) All socks are shoes. 2) Some shoes are sandles. 3) All sandles are slippers. Conclusion: I. Some slippers are shoes Il. Some slippers are socks.X Ill. Some sandles are socks. /V. Some shoes are slippers socks shoes sandles slippers 1. None follows 2. Only I and Il follow 3. Only IIl and IV follow 4. Only and IV follow


  13. Statement 1) All socks are shoes. 2) Some shoes are sandles. 3) All sandles are slippers. Conclusion: I. Some slippers are shoes Il. Some slippers are socks.X Ill. Some sandles are socks. IV. Some shoes are slippers. socks shoes sandles slippers 1. None follows 2. Only I and Il follow 3. Only IIl and IV follow 4. Only I and IV follow


  14. Statement 1) All Bulb are Tube. 2) No Tube is Lantern. 3) Some Fan are Lantern. Conclusion: l. Some fans are bulbs. Il. Some fans are tubes. II. Some bulbs are lanterns. /V. No lantern is bulb. bulb tube 1. Only I follows 2. Only IIl follows 3. Only IV follows 4. Only II and IV follow


  15. Statement 1) All Bulb are Tube. 2) No Tube is Lantern. 3) Some Fan are Lantern. Conclusion: l. Some fans are bulbs. Il. Some fans are tubes. II. Some bulbs are lanterns. /V. No lantern is bulb. bulb fan tube 1. Only I follows 2. Only IIl follows 3. Only IV follows 4. Only II and IV follow


  16. Statement 1) All Bulb are Tube. 2) No Tube is Lantern. 3) Some Fan are Lantern. Conclusion: l. Some fans are bulbs Il. Some fans are tubes. II. Some bulbs are lanterns. /V. No lantern is bulb. bulb fan tube 1. Only I follows 2. Only IIl follows 3. Only IV follows 4. Only II and IV follow


  17. Statement 1) All Bulb are Tube. 2) No Tube is Lantern. 3) Some Fan are Lantern. Conclusion: l. Some fans are bulbs. Il. Some fans are tubes. X Ill. Some bulbs are lanterns. /V. No lantern is bulb. fan tube 1. Only I follows 2. Only IIl follows 3. Only IV follows 4. Only II and IV follow


  18. Statement 1) All Bulb are Tube. 2) No Tube is Lantern. 3) Some Fan are Lantern. Conclusion: l. Some fans are bulbs. Il. Some fans are tubes. X Ill. Some bulbs are lanterns. IV. No lantern is bulb. fan tube 1. Only I follows 2. Only IIl follows 3. Only IV follows 4. Only II and IV follow