## Syllogism Questions for SBI Clerk Prelims

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## Syllogism Questions for SBI Clerk Prelims: Set – 16

Directions:-(1-5) In the following question two conclusions followed by three 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.
Conclusions:
Some chips are colors.
All crayons may be colors.
Statements:
A  Some chips are rubbers. Some rubbers are crayons. No colour is crayon.
B  Some chips are rubbers. Some rubbers are crayons. All rubbers are colors.
C  All chips are rubbers. No rubber is crayon. Some rubbers are colors.
D  All crayons are chips. No chip is rubber. All colors are rubbers.
E  None of these

B. Some chips are rubbers. Some rubbers are crayons. All rubbers are colors.

2. Conclusions:
All packs being cups is a possibility.
No bottles may be chocolates.
Statements:
A  All cups are bottles. All chocolates are packs. No pack is bottle.
B  All bottles are cups. Some cups are chocolates. No chocolates are packs.
C  Some bottles are cups. Some cups are chocolates. No cups are packs.
D  All packs are bottles. No bottle is cup. No cup is a chocolate.
E  None of these

B. All bottles are cups. Some cups are chocolates. No chocolates are packs.

3. Conclusions:
All curtains are pens.
No shirt is pencil.
Statements:
A  Some curtains are shirts. Some shirts are pens. Some pens are pencils.
B  All curtains are pencils. All shirts are pens. No pen is pencil.
C  All shirts are curtains. All curtains are pencils. All pencils are pens.
D  All curtains are shirts. All shirts are pens. No pen is pencil.
E  None of these

D. All curtains are shirts. All shirts are pens. No pen is pencil.

4. In the questions below there are four statements and five conclusions in the options. You have to take the given statements to be true and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow (s) from the four statements
Statements:
Some Players are Jockey
All Drummers are Players
All Jockey are Riders
Some Boomers are Drummers
Conclusions:
I. Some Riders are Players
II. Some Boomers are not Players
III. Some Jockeys are Drummers
IV. Some Drummers are Riders
V. No Boomer is Jockey
A  Only I follows
B  Only I and II follow
C  Only II, III and V follow
D  Only IV and V follow
E  Only I and V follow

A. Only I follows

5. In the questions below there are four statements and five conclusions in the options. You have to take the given statements to be true and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow (s) from the four statements
Statements:
Some Roses are Lilies.
All Lilies are Flowers.
All Tagore are Flowers.
Conclusions:
I. Some Tagore are Lilies
II. Some Roses are Tagore
IV. No Tagore are Roses
V. Some Roses are not Flowers
A  Only I and II follow
B  Only either II or IV follows
C  Only either II or IV and V follow
D  Only III and IV follow
E  Only I and IV follow

B. Only either II or IV follows

Direction (6-10) In the question below there are three conclusions followed by four statements in the options. You have to take the four given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statements is true disregarding the commonly known facts.
Conclusions:
Some bags are not instruments.
No tools are books.
Some subjects are not books.
Statements:
A Some subjects are tools. All tools are instruments. No instruments are books. Some bags are books.
B No tools are instruments. Some instruments are books. All bags are books. No subjects are tools.
C All instruments are books. Some bags are books. No subjects are tools. All tools are instruments.
D No bags are books. All subjects are tools. No tools are instruments. All instruments are books.
E None of these.

A. Some subjects are tools. All tools are instruments. No instruments are books. Some bags are books.

7. In the question below there are three conclusions followed by four statements in the options. You have to take the four given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statements is true disregarding the commonly known facts.
Conclusions:
Some towns are not forests.
Some villages are towns.
Some states are not forests.
Statements:
A  Some states are villages. All forests are towns. Some towns are villages. No villages are forests.
B  No forests are towns. All towns are villages. Some villages are forests. Some states are villages.
C  No towns are villages. All villages are forests. All states are villages. Some forests are towns.
D  All villages are towns. All states are villages. Some forests are towns. Some towns are villages.
E  None of these.

A. Some states are villages. All forests are towns. Some towns are villages. No villages are forests.

8. In the question below there are three conclusions followed by four statements in the options. You have to take the four given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statements is true disregarding the commonly known facts.
Conclusions:
Some metals are not carbons.
No diamonds are carbons.
No carbons are coals.
Statements:
A Some coals are diamonds. No diamonds are graphite. All graphites are carbons. All graphites are metals.
B Some diamonds are graphites. No Graphites are carbons. Some graphites are metals. All coals are diamonds.
C Some graphites are carbons. Some graphites are metals. No coals are diamonds. All diamonds are graphites.
D All coals are diamonds. All diamonds are graphites. No graphites are carbons. Some graphites are metals.
E None of these.

D. All coals are diamonds. All diamonds are graphites. No graphites are carbons. Some graphites are metals.

9.In the following question three conclusions are 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.
Conclusions:
Some empires are kingdoms.
Some territories are not states.
All territories being countries is a possibility.
Statements:
A Some kingdoms are territories. All state is kingdom. Some territories are empires. No empires are countries.
B No territories are empires. Some state is kingdom. All kingdoms are territories. Some empires are not countries.
C All empires are countries. All state is kingdom. Some kingdoms are not territories. No territories are empires.
D Some kingdoms are territories. All territories are empires. Some empires are countries. No state is kingdom.
E None of these.

D. Some kingdoms are territories. All territories are empires. Some empires are countries. No state is kingdom.

10. In the following question three conclusions are 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.
Conclusions:
i) Some teachers being doctors is a possibility
ii) All engineers which are dentists, may be doctors
iii) Some engineers being teachers is a possibility
A  Some engineers are dentists. No doctor is a dentist. No doctor is an artist.All teachers are artists.
B  All artists are engineers. No doctor is a dentist. Some teachers are artists. Some dentists are artists.
C Some artists are teachers. Some engineers are artists. All dentists are doctors. No doctor is an engineer.
D All engineers are dentists. Some dentists are doctors. No doctor is an artist. Some artists are teachers.
E  None of these

D. All engineers are dentists. Some dentists are doctors. No doctor is an artist.  Some artists are teachers.