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Directions: In each of the question below are two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the two/three 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. Give answer.
 
  • 1.
    Statements :  All chocolates are cakes.
                            No cake is chip.
                            Some chips are pastries.

    Conclusions :  I.  Some pastries are chocolates.
                             II.  No pastry is chocolate.
    A. if only conclusion I follows B. if only conclusion II follows
    C. if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows D. if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows
    E. if both conclusion I and conclusion II follow
    Ans
    C
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  • 2. Statements:  All omelettes are eggs.
                          Some eggs are chickens.
                          Some chickens are muttons.
                          All muttons are kababs.

    Conclusions: I.  Some omelettes are not chickens.
                           II.  Some eggs are kababs.
                           III.  No egg is kabab.
    A. Only conclusion I is true B. Only conclusions II is true
    C. Both conclusion I and II are true  D. Only conclusion III follow
    E. None of the above
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    E
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  • 3. Statements:  Some cars are scooters.
                          Some scooters are bikes.
                          All bikes are trucks.
                          All trucks are jeep.

    Conclusion:  I.  All cars being bike is possibility.
                          II.  All trucks are not bikes.
                          III.  No scooter is jeep.
    A. None of the above B. Only conclusion I is true
    C. Either conclusion I and II is true  D. Both conclusion I and II are true 
    E. Only conclusions II is true
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    B
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  • 4. Statements:  Some stationeries are books.
                           All books are pencils
                           No pencil is a pen.

    Conclusions: I.  All stationeries are pens.
                           II. No book is a pen.
    A. If only conclusion I follow B. If only conclusion II follow
    C. If either conclusion I or conclusion II follows D. If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows
    E. If both the conclusions follow
    Ans
    B
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  • 5. Statements :      Some biscuits are nuts.
                                All nuts are tea.
                                Some tea are coffee.

    Conclusions :      I. Some tea are biscuits.
                                 II. All coffee being nuts is a possibility.
    A. if only conclusion I follows B. if only conclusion II follows
    C. if either conclusion I or II follows D. if neither conclusion I nor II follows
    E. if both conclusions I and II follow
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