Syllogism Quiz for IBPS RRB PO 2017 : Set – 5

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Syllogism Quiz for IBPS RRB PO 2017


 Direction ( 1- 6 )  In this question two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II have been given. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

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Statements:  Some heads are tails.
Some coins are heads.

Conclusions:

I. At least some tails are heads.
II. Some tails being coins is a possibility.

1) Either conclusion I or II follows.
2) Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
3) Both conclusions I and II follow.
4) Only conclusion I follows.
5) Only conclusion II follows.

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Statements: All reviews are observations.
All comments are reviews.

Conclusions:

I. All observations are comments.
II. No observation is a comment.

1) Only conclusion II follows.
3) Both conclusions I and II follow.
3) Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
4) Only conclusion I follows.
5) Either conclusion I or II follows.

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Statements:

No mountain is a cliff.
Some cliffs are rocks.

Conclusions:

I. No mountain is a rock.
II. All rocks can never be mountains.

1) Only conclusion I follows.
2) Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
3) Both conclusions I and II follow.
4) Either conclusion I or II follows.
5) Only conclusion II follows.

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Statements: All amounts are principles.
Some principles are balances.

Conclusions:

I. All balances being amounts is a possibility.
II. Some balances are definitely not principles.

1) Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
2) Either conclusion I or II follows.
3) Only conclusion II follows.
4) Only conclusion I follows.
5) Both conclusions I and II follow.

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Statements: All posts are mails.
No mail is a letter.

Conclusions:

I. No post is a letter.
II. At least some posts are letters.

1) Both conclusions I and II follow.
2) Only conclusion II follows.
3) Either conclusion I or II follows.
4) Only conclusion I follows.
5) Neither conclusion I nor II follows.

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Free Study Materials : IBPS RRB Exam 2017

Directions (Q. 6-10): In each question below are given statements followed by five conclusions (numbered 1), 2), 3), 4) and 5)). You have to assume everything in the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then find out which of the five given conclusions does not logically follow from the statements, disregarding commonly known facts.

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Statements: Some numbers are letters.
No letter is a vowel.
All vowels are words.

Conclusions:

1) Some numbers are not vowels.
2) No vowel is a letter.
3) Some words are not letters.
4) Some numbers are words.
5) Some words are vowels.

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Statements: All papers are pages.
Some pages are books.
All books are copies.

Conclusions:

1) All papers being copies is a possibility.
2) Some papers are books.
3) Some copies are pages.
4) Some pages are papers.
5) All books being papers is a possibility.

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Statements: No cup is a glass.
Some glasses are bottles.
All bottles are caps.

Conclusions:

1) Some glasses are caps.
2) Some bottles are not cups.
3) Some caps are cups.
4) Some caps are bottles.
5) No glass is a cup.

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Statements: All kicks are sticks.
No stick is a brick.
Some bricks are stones.

Conclusions:

1) No kicks are bricks.
2) Some stones are not sticks.
3) Some stones are bricks.
4) All bricks being kicks is a possibility.
5) No brick is a stick.

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Statements: All birds are swans.
All swans are ducks.
Some ducks are parrots.

Conclusions:

1) All birds being parrots is a possibility.
2) Some swans are parrots.
3) Some ducks being birds is a possibility.
4) Some swans are not parrots.
5) No swan is a bird.

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