Reverse Syllogism Quiz For IBPS Exam 2017: Set – 2

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Reverse Syllogism Quiz For IBPS Exam 2017

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Q. ( 1-6) 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 books are pens.

No register is a pencil.

All notes may be books.

Statements:

  1. All books are registers. All registers are pens. No pen is a note. Some pens are not pencils.
  2. Some books are registers. Some registers are not pens. Some pens are not pencils. Some pencils are not notes.
  3. Some books are not registers. Some registers are pens. No pen is a pencil. Some pencils are notes.
  4. Some books are registers. All registers are pens. No pen is a pencil. No pencil is a note.
  5. e. None of these

2.

Conclusions:

Some PDAs are tabs.

Some tabs are iPods.

No laptop may be mobile.

Statements:

  1. Some mobiles are tabs. Some tabs are not laptops. Some laptops are not PDAs. No mobile is iPod.
  2. All mobiles are tabs. Some tabs are laptops. All laptops are PDAs. Some mobiles are iPods.
  3. Some mobiles are not tabs. Some tabs are laptops. Some laptops are PDAs. No mobile is iPod.
  4. No mobile is tab. No tab is laptop. Some laptops are PDAs. All mobiles are iPods.
  5. None of these

3.

Conclusions:

At least some fans are beds.

All beds may be taps.

Statements:

  1. Some cups are taps. Some taps are fans. Some cups are beds.
  2. All cups are taps. All taps are fans. Some cups are beds.
  3. Some cups are not taps. Some taps are not fans. No cup is bed.
  4. All cups are taps. All taps are fans. No cup is bed.
  5. e. None of these

 

4.

Conclusions:

No metal may be Palladium.

Some Copper may be Sodium.

Statements:

  1. All copper are metals. All metals are Sodium. Some copper are palladium.
  2. All copper are metals. No metal is Sodium. Some sodium is palladium.
  3. All copper are metals. Some metals are sodium. Some sodium are palladium.
  4. All metals are copper. Some metals are sodium. All copper are palladium.
  5. e. None of these

5.

Conclusions:

No cup is board.

All cups are titanium.

Some nylon are not boards.

 Statements:

  1. All cups are almirah. Some almirah are titanium. Some nylon are titanium. Some boards are almirah.
  2. Some cups are almirah. Some almirah are not titanium. Some titanium are boards. Some cups are nylon.
  3. All cups are almirah. All almirah are titanium. All almirah are boards. No nylon is almirah.
  4. All cups are Almirah. All cups are nylon. All Almirah which are nylon are titanium. No titanium is board.
  5. None of these

 

6.

Conclusions:

Some leaves are mops.

All towers are leaves.

No rat is mop.

 Statements:

  1. All mops are cams. Some cams are leaves. No tower is a cam. Some rats are towers.
  2. Some mops are cams. Some cams are not leaves. Some towers are cams. No rat is tower.
  3. All cams are mops. All cams are leaves. No cam is tower. Some rats are cams.
  4. Some cams are not mops. Some cams are leaves. Some cams are towers. All rats are cams.
  5. e. None of these

Q. (7-9)The questions consist of six statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the option where the third statement is a valid conclusion drawn from the preceding two statements.

7.

Statements:

  1. All men are smart.
  2. No man is a boy.
  3. All women are smart.
  4. All boys are smart.
  5. All girls are women.
  6. All girls are smart.

 

  1. EFC
  2. ABD
  3. FCE
  4. CEF

8.

Statements:

 

  1. No house is black.
  2. All buildings are pink.
  3. No house is pink.
  4. No building is pink.
  5. Some buildings are black.
  6. All houses are buildings.

 

  1. AEF
  2. CDF
  3. FDC
  4. FEA

 

9.

Statements:

  1. All brown are black.
  2. All pink are brown.
  3. All black are pink.
  4. No black is red.
  5. Some brown are red.
  6. Some brown may be red

 

  1. ADE
  2. ABC
  3. ADF
  4. BCA

10.

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

 


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