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Directions (1-6): In these questions, two/three 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 from the commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

1). Statements: All bugs are worms. some worms are moths. No moth is a fly.
Conclusions:
I. No fly is a worm.
II. All moths being bugs is a possibility.

A). Either conclusion I or conclusion II is true B). Both conclusions I and II are true
C). Neither conclusion I nor conclusion Ii is true D). Only conclusion II is true
E). Only conclusion I is true
2). Statements: Some stars are planets. No planet is a moon.
Conclusions:
I. No star is a moon.
II. Some stars are moons.

A). Either conclusion I or conclusion II is true B). Both conclusions I and II are true
C). Neither conclusion I nor conclusion Ii is true D). Only conclusion II is true
E). Only conclusion I is true
3). Statements: No magic is trick. All charms are tricks. All hoaxes are charms.
Conclusions:
I. No magic is a hoax.
II. No charm is a magic.

A). Either conclusion I or conclusion II is true B). Both conclusions I and II are true
C). Neither conclusion I nor conclusion Ii is true D). Only conclusion II is true
E). Only conclusion I is true
4). Statements: All bugs are worms. Some worms are moths. No moth is a fly.
Conclusions:
I. All worms are bugs.
II. No bug is a fly.

A). Either conclusion I or conclusion II is true B). Both conclusions I and II are true
C). Neither conclusion I nor conclusion Ii is true D). Only conclusion II is true
E). Only conclusion I is true
5). Statements: All watches are clocks. Some clocks are towers. All towers are poles.
Conclusions:
I. At least some poles are clocks.
II. All towers being watches is a possibility.

A). Either conclusion I or conclusion II is true B). Both conclusions I and II are true
C). Neither conclusion I nor conclusion Ii is true D). Only conclusion II is true
E). Only conclusion I is true
6). Statements: No magic is a trick. All charms are tricks. All hoaxes are charms.
Conclusions:
I. All hoaxes are tricks.
II. All tricks are charms.

A). Either conclusion I or conclusion II is true B). Both conclusions I and II are true
C). Neither conclusion I nor conclusion Ii is true D). Only conclusion II is true
E). Only conclusion I is true

Directions (7-12): Read the information carefully and answer the given questions. 
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular area at equal distance between each other, but not necessarily in the same order.  Some of the people are facing the centre while some face outside direction means if one person faces the centre then the other faces outside and vice versa. D sits second to they left of B. B , faces outside. A and F are immediate neighbours of D. H sits second to the right of A. C sits third to the left of H. E sits to the immediate right of G. D sits third to the left of E. D faces the same direction as H. F sits to the immediate right of C. F and G take same directions.

7). Which of the following is true regarding F as per the given seating arrangement?
A). Only one person sits between F and B B). Only three persons sits between F and H
C). A sits second to the left of H D). C sits to the immediate right of F
E). F faces the centre
8). How many people in the given arrangement face outside?
A). Four B). Two
C). One D). Three
E). Five.
9). What is C's position with respect to A?
A). Fourth to the right B). Third to the left
C). Second to the left D). Fifth to the left
E). Third to the right
10). Who sits exactly between G and C, when counted from the right of G?
A). E B). F
C). H D). D
E). B