Reverse Syllogism Quiz For IBPS Exam 2017: Set – 3

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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 spoons are cups.

No glass is cap. .

Some pies may be caps.

Statements:

  1. Some glasses are not cups. Some glasses are not spoons. All cups are pies. Some cups are caps.
  2. All glasses are cups. All cups are caps. Some glasses are spoons. Some cups are pies.
  3. All glasses are cups. Some glasses are spoons. Some cups are pies. No cup is cap.
  4. All pies are glasses. All glasses are spoons. No spoon is cap. Some caps are cups.
  5. e. None of these

2.

Conclusions:

Some monkeys are animals.

All cows may be lions.

Statements:

  1. Some lions are not animals. No cow is monkey. All lions are monkeys.
  2. All lions are animals. All cows are animals. Some lions are monkeys.
  3. Some lions are animals. All cows are animals. Some lions are monkeys.
  4. All cows are animals. All animals are lions. Some monkeys are lions.
  5. e. None of these

3.

Conclusions:

Some cell phones are not landlines.

No mobile is landline.

Statements:

  1. Some cell phones are smart phones. No smart phone is a landline. Some cell phones are smart phones are mobiles.
  2. Some cell phones are smart phones. Some mobiles are cell phones. No landline is smart phone.
  3. All cell phones are smart phones. All smart phones are landlines. Some smart phones are mobiles.
  4. All cell phones are smart phones. Some smart phones are landlines. All smart phones are mobiles.
  5. None of these

 

4.

Conclusions:

No cot is sofa.

All chairs may be tables.

Statements:

  1. All sofas are chairs. No chair is cot. No table is sofa.
  2. All sofas are chairs. All chairs are cot. Some cot are tables.
  3. All tables are cots. All cots are chairs. No chair is sofa.
  4. Some chairs are cots. Some sofas are tables. Some cots are tables.
  5. None of these

5.

Conclusions:

Some scanners are staples.

All keyboards may be staples.

Statements:

  1. Some staples are printers. Some printers are scanners. Some scanners are keyboards.
  2. All staples are printers. All printers are scanners. No scanner is a keyboard.
  3. All staples are printers. No printer is a scanner. Some scanners are keyboards.
  4. Some staples are printers. All printers are scanners. No scanner is a keyboard.
  5. e. None of these

 

6.

Conclusions:

Those socks which are pants can never be shirts.

Some pants may be shoes.

 Statements:

  1. All pants are shirts. No shirt is a shoe. Some shoes are socks.
  2. All pants are shirts. Some shirts are shoes. Some pants are socks.
  3. Some shoes are socks. Some socks are pants. No pant is a shirt.
  4. No pant is a shirt. Some shirts are socks. All shoes are shirts.
  5. e. None of these

7.

Conclusions:

No cycle is a car.

Those tractors which are not cars are bikes.

Statements:

  1. No car is a bike. All cycles are bikes. All cars are tractors.
  2. All cycles are tractors. All tractors are cars. Some cars are not bikes.
  3. Some cycles are tractors. Some bikes are not cycles. Some tractors are cars.
  4. Some cycles are tractors. Some tractors are not bikes. All bikes are cars.
  5. e. None of these

8.

Conclusions:

Some Dell is Sony.

No Lenovo may be Dell.

Statements:

  1. Some Lenovo is HP. Some HP is Sony. Some HP is not Dell.
  2. All Lenovo is HP. All HP is Sony. Some HP is Dell.
  3. All Lenovo is Sony. All Sony is HP. No HP is Dell.
  4. All Lenovo is Sony. All Sony is HP. All HP is Dell.
  5. e. None of these

9.

Conclusions:

Some Print is Tab.

Some Home may be Print.

Statements:

  1. All Home is Delete. No Delete is Tab. No Delete is Print.
  2. All Home is Delete. All Delete is Tab. No Delete is Print.
  3. Some Home is Delete. All Delete is Tab. Some Delete is Print.
  4. All Delete is Home. Some Delete is Print. Some Delete are Tab.
  5. e. None of these

10.

Conclusions:

Some Intel is not Display.

All Display may be Ubuntu.

Statements:

  1. All Intel is Ubuntu. All Ubuntu is Core. No Core is Display.
  2. All Intel is Ubuntu. No Ubuntu is Core. All Core is Display.
  3. Some Intel is Ubuntu. All Intel which is Ubuntu is Core. No Core is Display.
  4. Some Intel is Ubuntu. Some Ubuntu is Core. Some Core is Display.
  5. None of these

 


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