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 Reverse Syllogism with New Pattern

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Q. ( 1-10) In the following questions three conclusions are given followed by four statements in the options. You have to take the given conclusions to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statements in the options give the given conclusions disregarding commonly known facts.

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Conclusions:

All four may be two.

Some two may not be three.

Statements:

  1. All one is two. All three is four. Some one is three.
  2. All two is one. No one is three. All four are three.
  3. All two is one. All one is three. No three is four.
  4. All four is one. All one is two. All three are four.
  5. None of these

2.

Conclusions:

Some jokes may be sets.

No cell may be humor.

Statements:

  1. All sets are cells. Some sets are humor. No humor is joke.
  2. All jokes are humor. No humor is set. Some sets are cells.
  3. All cells are sets. Some sets are humor. No humor is joke.
  4. All jokes are humor. Some cells are jokes. No humor is set.
  5. None of these

3.

Conclusions:

No animal walks

Some people are not animals

Statements:

  1. All people crawl. All crawl are animals. No people walk.
  2. Some people walk. All animals crawl. No crawl is walk.
  3. All animals crawl. All crawl is walk. No people walk.
  4. All animals crawl. All crawl is walk. All people walk.
  5. None of these

4.

Conclusions:

Some bellies are good.

No jelly may be bad.

Statements:

  1. Some jellies are bellies. Some jellies are good. Some bellies are not bad.
  2. All jellies are bellies. All bellies are bad. No bad is good.
  3. All jellies are bellies. All bellies are bad. All bad is good.
  4. All jellies are bellies. Some jellies are good. Some bellies are bad.
  5. None of these

5.

Conclusions:

All Q are S.

No P is R.

Statements:

  1. All Q is R. All R is S. Some P is Q.
  2. Some P is Q. Some Q is not R. All R are S.
  3. All Q is R. All R is S. No P is S.
  4. Some P is not Q. All Q is R. All R is S.
  5. None of these

6.

Conclusions:

Some lizards are not birds

Some reptiles are lizards

No snake is a bird

 Statements:

  1. Some lizards are snakes, all reptiles are snakes, no reptile is a bird, some birds are lizards.
  2. Some lizards are snakes, all snakes are reptiles, no reptile is a bird, some birds are lizards
  3. All birds are lizards, some lizards are reptiles, some snakes are lizards, no snake is a reptile
  4. Some lizards are snakes, some snakes are reptiles, no reptile is a bird, some birds are lizards
  5. None of these

7.

Conclusions:

No green are red is a possibility

All black are paper.

Statements:

  1. All black are red, all red are green, all paper are green, no paper is black.
  2. All green are paper, all paper are black, all red are black, no red is paper.
  3. All black are green, all green are paper, all paper are red, some red is black.
  4. All black are green, all green are paper, all red are paper, no red is black.
  5. None of these

8.

Conclusions:

Some men are not grass

No lion is a tree

All lion are plants is a possibility.

Statements:

  1. All trees are plants, all men are plants, no men are grass, all lions are grass.
  2. All trees are plants, all men are plants, no plant is a grass, all lions are grass.
  3. All trees are plants, some men are Tress, no tree is a grass, all lions are grass.
  4. All trees are plants, all men are plants, no tree is a grass, all grass are lions.
  5. None of these

9.

Conclusions:

Some rains are pens

No fruit is pen is a possibility

Statements:

  1. All fruits are vegetables, some pens are vegetables, all vegetables are rains.
  2. All fruits are rains, some pens are fruits, all vegetables are rains.
  3. All vegetables are fruits, some pens are vegetables, all vegetables are rains.
  4. All fruits are vegetables, some pens are vegetables, all rains are vegetables.
  5. None of these.

10.

Conclusions:

Some legs are not eyes.

Some noses are legs.

Statements:

  1. All legs are hands, no leg is an eye, all eyes are noses.
  2. All legs are hands, no hand is an nose, all noses are eyes.
  3. Some legs are hands, no hand is an eye, all eyes are noses.
  4. No legs is hand, no hand is an eye, all eyes are noses.
  5. None of these.

 


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