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Reverse Syllogism Quiz For IBPS Exam 2017

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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:

Some boards are cards.

Some blocks are papers.

All blocks being cards is a possibility.

Statements:

  1. Some clothes are papers. All papers are cards. Some papers are boards. No cloth is a block.
  2. All clothes are papers. All papers are cards. Some papers are boards. Some clothes are blocks.
  3. Some clothes are not papers. Some papers are not cards. Some papers are boards. All clothes are blocks.
  4. Some clothes are papers. Some papers are not cards. No paper is a board. Some clothes are not blocks.
  5. None of these

2.

Conclusions:

Some bangles are earrings.

No ring being necklace is a possibility.

All nose rings may be earrings.

Statements:

  1. Some bangles are not necklaces. Some necklaces are not earrings. No nose ring is a ring. Some earrings are nose rings.
  2. No bangle is a necklace. No necklace is an earring. Some nose rings are rings. No earring is a nose ring.
  3. Some bangles are necklaces. All necklaces are earrings. All nose rings are rings. Some earrings are nose rings.
  4. All bangles are necklaces. Some necklaces are earrings. All nose rings are rings. Some earrings are nose rings.
  5. e. None of these

3.

Conclusions:

Some data which are laptops may be wires.

Some AC may be laptops. No AC is wire.

Statements:

  1. Some wires are cables. Some cables are data. No cable is laptop. No AC is laptop.
  2. All wires are cables. Some data are not cables. Some AC are cables. Some data are not laptops.
  3. No wire is cable. All data are cables. All cables are AC. Some laptops are not data.
  4. All wires are cables. Some data are cables. No AC is a cable. Some data are laptops.
  5. e. None of these

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Conclusions:

Some footballs may be hockey.

No football is cricket.

Either some tennis is chess or no tennis is chess

 Statements:

  1. All hockey is chess. Some chess is football. No football is tennis. All cricket is tennis.
  2. Some hockey is chess. All chess is football. Some football is cricket. Some cricket is not tennis.
  3. Some hockey is not chess. Some chess is football. No cricket is chess. Some cricket is tennis.
  4. No hockey is chess. Some chess is not football. Some cricket is not chess. Some cricket is not tennis.
  5. e. None of these

5.

Conclusions:

Some roses can never be fruits.

Some roses are lily.

No fruit is flower.

Statements:

  1. Some flowers are lilies. Some flowers are not roses. Some lotus are lilies. Some fruits are not lotus.
  2. Some flowers are not lilies. All flowers are roses. Some lotus are not roses. Some fruits are lotus.
  3. Some flowers are lilies. All flowers are roses. No lotus is lily. Some fruits are lotus.
  4. All flowers are lilies. Some flowers are roses. Some lotus are roses. No lotus is lily. All fruits are lotus.
  5. None of these

6.

Conclusions:

Some pebbles are marbles.

Some lime stones are marbles.

All marbles may be lime stones.

Statements:

  1. All lime stones are graphite. Some graphite are not marbles. No marble is granite. Some granites are pebbles.
  2. Some lime stones are not graphite. No graphite is marble. Some marbles are not granite. Some granites are not pebbles.
  3. Some lime stones are graphite. All graphite are marbles. Some marbles are granite. All granites are pebbles.
  4. No lime stone is graphite. Some graphite are not marbles. Some marbles are not granites. No granite is pebble.
  5. e. None of these

7.

Conclusions:

No building is toy.

Some lions are toys.

Some tigers are not windows.

Statements:

  1. All buildings are windows. No toy is window. Some toys are tigers. All tigers are lions.
  2. Some buildings are not windows. Some toys are windows. All toys are tigers. Some tigers are not lions.
  3. No building is window. Some toys are windows. Some toys are not tigers. No tiger is lion.
  4. Some buildings are windows. Some toys are not windows. No toy is tiger. Some tigers are not lions.
  5. None of these

8.

Conclusions:

Some DVDs are discs.

Some DVDs are songs.

All tapes may be cassettes.

Statements:

  1. Some tapes are not discs. All discs are cassettes. No cassette is song. Some cassettes are DVDs.
  2. No tape is disc. Some discs are not cassettes. All cassettes are songs. No cassette is DVD.
  3. Some tapes are discs. Some discs are cassettes. Some cassettes are songs. All cassettes are DVDs.
  4. All tapes are discs. No disc is a cassette. Some cassettes are not songs. Some cassettes are not DVDs.
  5. e. None of these

9.

Conclusions:

Some Mangoes are money.

Some Apples may not be Mangoes.

No lemon may be fruit.

Statements:

  1. All apples are fruits. All fruits are mangoes. All money is lemon. No lemon is Mango.
  2. All lemons are apples. All apples are fruits. Some fruits are Mangoes. Some money is fruit.
  3. All apples are lemons. All lemons are Mangoes. Some Mangoes are fruits. No fruit is money.
  4. All money is Apple. Some lemons are money. All lemons are Mangoes. Some fruits are Apples.
  5. e. None of these

10.

Conclusions:

Some MIT are not IIT.

Some NIT are DAV.

No IIT is LPU.

Statements:

  1. Some IIT are not NIT. Some MIT are not LPU. Some LPU are not NIT. No IIT is DAV.
  2. No IIT is NIT. All MIT are LPU. No LPU is DAV. Some LPU are NIT.
  3. All IIT are NIT. Some MIT are LPU. Some MIT are NIT. No LPU is NIT. Some IIT are DAV.
  4. Some IIT are NIT. Some MIT are not LPU. Some LPU are NIT. Some IIT are not DAV.
  5. e. None of these

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