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Syllogism for SBI/IBPS

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Dear Aspirants,

Reasoning Ability Section plays a pivotal role to score better in Banking and other competitive exams. Now a day, all the exams have higher level of reasoning questions. The questions asked in this section are tricky and time-consuming. But, once dealt with proper strategy, speed, and accuracy, this section will definitely award you the maximum marks in the examination. Here is another set of Questions to improve your speed and practice. Make most of it.

Directions (Q. 1-5): Each question consists of two conclusions followed by five groups of statements. Consider the given conclusions to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide from which group of the statements the conclusions can be drawn.

1. Conclusions: I. All professors can never be engineers.
II. At least some professors are scientists.
1) Statements:    Some scientists are doctors.
No doctor is an engineer.
Some engineers are professors.
2) Statements:   All professors are doctors.
All doctors are scientists.
Some scientists are engineers.
3) Statements:   All scientists are professors.
Some professors are doctors.
No doctor is an engineer.
4) Statements: Some engineers are scientists.
No scientists is a professor.
All professors are doctors.
5) Statements:  All doctors are engineers.
All engineers are professors.
No professor is a scientist.

2. Conclusions: I. Some universities are definitely not schools.
II. All schools being college is a possibility.
1) Statements:     All schools are universities.
All universities are boards.
No board is a college.
2) Statements:   Some colleges are universities.
All universities are boards.
No board is a school.
3) Statements:  Some boards are colleges.
No college is a university.
All universities are schools.
4) Statements:  All boards are colleges.
All colleges are universities.
Some universities are schools.
5) Statements:  All universities are schools.
No schools is a board.
No board is a college.

3. Conclusions: I. Some highways are roads.
II. Some tracks are footpaths.
1) Statements:     All highways are tracks.
No track is a road.
All roads are footpaths.
2) Statements:   Some tracks are roads.
No road is a highway.
All highways are footpaths.
3) Statements:  All highways are roads.
All roads are footpaths.
No highway is a track.
4) Statements: All roads are highways.
Some highways are footpaths.
Some footpaths are tracks.
5) Statements: Some tracks are footpaths.
No footpath is a highway.
No highway is a road.

4. Conclusions: I. All MCAs can be MTechs.
II. Some BTechs not being MBAs is a possibility.
1) Statements:       All BTechs are MBAs.
Some BTechs are MCAs.
No MBA is an MTech.
2) Statements:    All MCAs are MTechs.
Some MTechs are BTechs.
All BTechs are MBAs.
3) Statements:   All BTechs are MTechs.
Some MTechs are MBAs.
No MBA is an MCA.
4) Statements:   All MBAs are MCAs.
No MCA is an MTech.
No MTech is a BTech.
5) Statements:  All MCAs are MBAs.
No MBA is an MTech.
No MTech is a BTech.

5. Conclusions: I. Some windows are not tables.
II. All chairs can never be doors.
1) Statements:      No chair is a table.
No table is a doors.
All doors are windows.
2) Statements:     All chairs are tables.
No table is a door.
All doors are windows.
3) Statements:    All chairs are doors.
All doors are windows.
No window is a table.
4) Statements:  All tables are windows.
Some windows are doors.
No doors is a chair.
5) Statements:  All windows are chairs.
No chair is a table.
All tables are doors.

Directions (Q. 6-8): Each question consists of two conclusions followed by five groups of statements. Consider the given conclusions to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide from which group of the statements can the conclusions be drawn.

6. Conclusions: I. No novel is a pen.
II. Some papers are not books.
1) Statements:      No novel is a book.
All books are papers.
No paper is a pen.
2) Statements:    All pens are papers.
No pen is a novel.
No book is a pen.
3) Statements:   Some pens are not papers.
No pen is a book.
All books are novels.
4) Statements:  All pens are books.
All books are novels.
Some novels are papers.
5) Statements:  Some papers are pens.
No pen is a novel.
Some novels are books.

7. Conclusions: I. At least some monitor are chairs.
II. All sofas being monitor is a possibility.
1) Statements:        All tables are chairs.
All chairs are sofas.
Some sofas are monitor.
2) Statements:      Some tables are monitor.
No monitor is a chair.
Some monitors are sofas.
3) Statements:    All chairs are monitor.
No chair is a table.
Some tables are sofas.
4) Statements:  Some monitors are tables.
Some tables are sofas.
Some sofas are chairs.
5) Statements:   All chairs are sofas.
Some sofas are not monitors.
No monitor is a table.

8. Conclusions: I. All buses can never be trucks.
II. No bike is a truck.
1) Statements:       Some bike are cars.
Some cars are buses.
Some buses are trucks.
2) Statements:      All cars are trucks.
All trucks are bikes.
Some bikes are buses.
3) Statements:      Some buses are bikes.
No bike is a car.
Some cars are trucks.
4) Statements:     All cars are buses.
No car is a truck.
No truck is a bike.
5) Statements:     Some trucks are cars.
All cars are buses.
No bus is a bike.

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