## Syllogism Quiz for IBPS Clerk Mains 2017

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## Syllogism Questions for IBPS Clerk : Set – 13

Directions:-(1-5) In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide
which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
1.Statements:
Some ratios are per cent.
All per cent are fractions.
No fraction is a section.
Conclusions:
I. No section is a per cent.
II. All ratios being fractions is a possibility.

A. if only conclusion I follows.
B. if only conclusion II follows.
C. if either conclusion I or II follows
D. if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
E. if both conclusion I and II follow.

E. if both conclusion I and II follow.

2. Statements:
All metals are plastics.
All plastics are ores.
Some ores are woods.
Conclusions:
I. All woods being metals is a possibility.
II. No ores is a metal.

A. if only conclusion I follows.
B. if only conclusion II follows.
C. if either conclusion I or II follows
D. if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
E. if both conclusion I and II follow.

A. if only conclusion I follows.

3. Statements::
Some ratios are per cent.
All per cent are fractions.
No fractions is a section.
Conclusions:
I. All sections being ratios is a possibility.
II. At least some fractions are ratios.

A. if only conclusion I follows.
B. if only conclusion II follows.
C. if either conclusion I or II follows
D. if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
E. if both conclusion I and II follow

E. if both conclusion I and II follow.

4.Statements:
All metals are plastics.
All plastics are ores.
Some ores are woods
Conclusions:
I. At least some metals are woods.
II. All plastics being woods is a possibility.

A. if only conclusion I follows.
B. if only conclusion II follows.
C. if either conclusion I or II follows
D. if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
E. if both conclusion I and II follow.

B. if only conclusion II follows.

5.Statements:
some player is an actor.
Some actor is engineer.
No engineer is doctor.
Conclusions:
I. Some actor being doctor is a possibility.
II. All actor can never be an engineer.

A. if only conclusion I follows.
B. if only conclusion II follows.
C. if either conclusion I or II follows
D. if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
E. if both conclusion I and II follow.

A. if only conclusion I follows.

Directions:-(1-5) In each question below are given four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then
decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.

6.Statements:
Some earth are sky.
No sky is a star.
Some stars are moons.
All moons are planets.
Conclusions:
I. Some earth are not stars.
II. Some moons are not sky.
III. Some stars are planets.
IV. Some earth are moons.

A. Only I and II follow
B. Only II and III follow
C. Only I, II and III follow
D. Only I and IV follow
E. All follow

Only I, II and III follow

7.Statements:
All gardens are flowers.
Some flowers are leaves.
No leaf is a stem.
No stem is a starch.
Conclusions:
I. No starch is a stem.
II. Some starches are not flowers.
III. Some flowers are not stems.
IV. Some gardens are leaves.

A. Only II and III follow
B. Only I and II follow
C. Only III follows
D. Only IV follows
E. None of these

E. None of these

8. Statements:
Some bags are pens.
Some pens are books.
All papers are books.
All papers are eraser.
Conclusions:
I. Some bags are books.
II. Some bags are papers.
III. Some pens are eraser.
IV. At least some erasers are books.

A. Only IV follows
B. Only II follows
C. Only III and IV follow
D. None follows
E. All follow

A. Only IV follows

9.Statements:
All peacock are birds.
Some birds are eagles.
All eagles are piegon.
Some piegon are Butterfly.
Conclusions:
I. All piegon being peacock is a possibility.
II. At least some birds are piegon.
III. All eagles being Butterfly is a possibility.
IV. Some birds are peacock.

A. Only I, II and III follow
B. Only III and IV follow
C. All follow
D. None follows
E. None of these

C. All follow

10.Statements:
All grades are scores.
Some scores are marks.
No mark is a letter.
All letters are vowels.
Conclusions:
I. Some grades are letters.
II. Some vowels are grades.
III. All scores are vowels.
IV. Some scores are not letters.

A. Only I and II follow
B. Only III and IV follow
C. Only II and IV follow
D. Only III follows
E. None of these

E. None of these

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