Syllogism Set 60

Directions (1-5): In each of the questions below is given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
 
Q1. Statements: Some john is tom. No tom is som. All som is angel.
Conclusions:
I. Some john is not angel.
II. All john being angel is a possibility.
(a) None follows
(b) Only I follows
(c) Either I or II follows
(d) Only II follows
(e) Both I and II follow

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1.Ans. (d)
Sol.

Q2. Statements: No mars is earth. All sun is earth. Some earth is saturn.
Conclusions:
I. No sun is mars.
II. Some mars is sun.
(a) None follows
(b) Only I follows
(c) Either I or II follows
(d) Only II follows
(e) Both I and II follow

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2.Ans. (b)
Sol.

Q3. Statements: All soil is dark. Some dark is green. No green is field.
Conclusions:
I. Some dark is soil.
II. Some dark is not field.
(a) None follows
(b) Only I follows
(c) Either I or II follows
(d) Only II follows
(e) Both I and II follow

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3.Ans. (e)
Sol.

Q4. Statements: Some result is pass. All pass is fail. No pass is exam.
Conclusions:
I. Some result is not fail.
II. All fail being exam is a possibility.
(a) None follows
(b) Only I follows
(c) Either I or II follows
(d) Only II follows
(e) Both I and II follow

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4.Ans. (a)
Sol.

Q5. Statements: Some leave is application. No application is e-mail. All letter is e-mail.
Conclusions:
I. No letter is application
II. All leave being letter is a possibility.
(a) None follows
(b) Only I follows
(c) Either I or II follows
(d) Only II follows
(e) Both I and II follows

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5.Ans. (b)
Sol.

 

Directions (6-10): In each question are given four statements followed by five conclusions, one of which definitely does not logically follow (or is not a possibility of occurrence) from the given statements. That conclusion is your answer.
(Note: You have to take the four 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 does not follow from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.)
Q6. Statements: 
Some chocolates are toffees.
All toffees are gems.
All gems are candies.
No candy is a stone.
Conclusions: 
(a) No toffee is a stone.
(b) Some chocolates are not stones.
(c) No gem is a stone.
(d) All stones being chocolates is a possibility.
(e) All gems being stones is a possibility.

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Q7. Statements: 
All letters are words.
No vowel is a consonant.
Some words are papers.
All papers are vowels.
Conclusions:
(a) Some papers are consonants.
(b) Some vowels not being papers is a possibility.
(c) All words being vowels is a possibility.
(d) No consonant is a vowel.
(e) No paper is a consonant.

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Q8. Statements: 
No table is a chair.
Some chairs are boxes.
No box is a cover.
All covers are drawers.
Conclusions: 
(a) Some boxes are not tables.
(b) Some chairs are not covers.
(c) All chairs are covers.
(d) No cover is a box.
(e) Some drawers are covers.

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Q9. Statements:
All cups are bottles.
Some bottles are jugs.
No jug is a bucket.
All buckets are tubs.
Conclusions:
(a) Some jugs are bottles.
(b) Some cups are jugs is a possibility.
(c) Some bottles are not buckets.
(d) No cup is a jug is a possibility.
(e) All tubs are jugs.

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Q10. Statements:
All numbers are letters.
No letter is a book.
Some books are papers.
No paper is a copy.
Conclusions:
(a) No number is a book.
(b) Some books are not copies.
(c) Some papers are not numbers.
(d) Some books are not letters.
(e) All papers being letters is a possibility.

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