# Reasoning: Syllogism Questions Set 36

Directions (1-3): In each question below are given five statements followed by two conclusions which are 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.

1. Conclusion-
(I)Â
Some ball are bat,
(II) No stump is a ball.

Statements:
A) Some ball are stump, all stump are bat
B)Â No ball is a Stump, some stump are bat
C) Some bat are ball, no ball is a Stump
D) All bat are ball, no ball is a Stump
E) Some bat are definitely stump, No ball is a bat
Â Â Option D
2. Conclusions:
(I)
Some rasmalai are Rasgulla,

D) No Rabadi is a rasmalai, some rasmalai are Rasgulla
Â Â Option EÂ Â
3. Conclusions:
(I)
Some laptop are definitely Desktop,
(II) All desktop are central processing unit (CPU)
A)Â No Desktop is a CPU, All desktop are laptop
B)Â Some Desktop are CPU, Some CPU are laptop.

C) All Desktop are laptop, All laptop are CPU.
D)Â All CPU are Desktop, No CPU is a laptop
E) All CPU are Desktop, Some laptop are definitely CPU
Option CÂ

Directions (4-5): Question consists of five statements followed by five conclusions. Consider 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 does not logically follow from the given statements using all statements together.

1. Statement: All + are -, All – are Ã· No Ã— are -, All % are #, Some % are Ã—.
Conclusions-

A) Some % are not –
B)Â Some Ã· can be %
C)Â Some # is Ã·
D) No + are Ã—
E) All – can be %
Option C
2. Statement: All ram is Shyam, Some ram is priya, No priya is kartik, All kartik are love, All love are Tejsawi.
Conclusions-
A)Â All priya can be Tejsawi
B) All love can be priya
C)Â All ram can be priya
D)Â Some shyam is priya
E) Some Tejsawi can not be kartik
Option B

Directions (6-10): In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions which are numbered as 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.given Answer

1. Statements: Some lion are goat,Â No goat is a monkey, All monkey are dog.
Conclusions:
(I)
At least some dog are lion.

(II) All lion can be monkey.
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 Conclusion I and II follows
Â Â Option DÂ
2. Statements: All Rrb are Bank, Some bank are financial institution, No financial institution is a Rbi.
Conclusions:
(I)
All Rbi can be Rrb.

(II) Some bank are not Rrb.
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 Conclusion I and II follows
Â Â Option AÂ
3. Statements: All book are copy. Some copy are pen. All copy are eraser.
Conclusions:
(I)
All pen are eraser.

(II) Some pen are not eraser.
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 Conclusion I and II follows
Option C
4. Statement: No quant is English. All English are biology. No Physics is a quant.
Conclusion:
(I)
Some biology can never be quant.
(II) Some Physics can be biology.

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 Conclusion I and II follows
Option E
5. Statements:Â All kick is dhoom. Some dhoom are krish. No krish is PK.
Conclusions:
(I)
Some krish are are dhoom.

(II) Some dhoom are not PK.
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 Conclusion I and II follows
Option E