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 Directions (19-23): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s). The statement(s) is/are followed by conclusions . Study the conclusions based on the given statement(s) andGive answer: If either conclusion I or ll is trueIf neither conclusion I nor II is true If both conclusions I and II are trueIf only conclusion I is trueIf only conclusion II is true
21). Statements: $$Z = M < T \ge F > U$$
Conclusions : I. Z < F II. U < M

 A). If either conclusion I or ll is true B). If neither conclusion I nor II is true C). If both conclusions I and II are true D). If only conclusion I is true E). If only conclusion II is true
22). Statements: $$S < T \ge O = R; T < V$$
Conclusions : I. V > S II. R < V

 A). If either conclusion I or ll is true B). If neither conclusion I nor II is true C). If both conclusions I and II are true D). If only conclusion I is true E). If only conclusion II is true
23). Statements: $$M < A \le L = V < B \ge T$$
Conclusions : I. $$B > A$$ II. $$T \le M$$

 A). If either conclusion I or ll is true B). If neither conclusion I nor II is true C). If both conclusions I and II are true D). If only conclusion I is true E). If only conclusion II is true
24). In a certain code. 'DEVOTE' is coded as 'GBYLWB' and 'MOSTLY' is coded as 'PLVQOV'. How will TENURE be coded in the same code?
 A). RUBWBQ B). WBQRUB C). WHQXUH D). XUHWHQ E). WQBURB
 Directions (25-29): In these questions, two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and ll 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 the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.Give answer: If either conclusion I or II is true.If neither conclusion I nor II is true.lf both conclusions I and II are true. If only conclusion I is true.If only conclusion II is true.
25). Statements : All dancers are artists. No artist is a racer.
Conclusions : I. All moons are suns. II. Atleast some moons are planets.

 A). If either conclusion I or II is true. B). If neither conclusion I nor II is true. C). lf both conclusions I and II are true. D). If only conclusion I is true. E). If only conclusion II is true.

26). Statements : All dancers are artists. No artist is a racer.
Conclusions : I. No dancer is a racer. II. Atleast some dancers are racers.

 A). If either conclusion I or II is true. B). If neither conclusion I nor II is true. C). lf both conclusions I and II are true. D). If only conclusion I is true. E). If only conclusion II is true.
27). Statements : Some rails are trains. Some rails are locals.
Conclusions : I. Atleast some trains are locals. II. No train is a local.

 A). If either conclusion I or II is true. B). If neither conclusion I nor II is true. C). lf both conclusions I and II are true. D). If only conclusion I is true. E). If only conclusion II is true.
28). Statements : Some jars are cans. No can is box.
Conclusions : I. No jar is a box. II. Some jars are boxes.

 A). If either conclusion I or II is true. B). If neither conclusion I nor II is true. C). lf both conclusions I and II are true. D). If only conclusion I is true. E). If only conclusion II is true.
29). Statements: All solutions are problems. All questions are solutions.
Conclusions : I. No question is a problem. II. All questions are problems.

 A). If either conclusion I or II is true. B). If neither conclusion I nor II is true. C). lf both conclusions I and II are true. D). If only conclusion I is true. E). If only conclusion II is true.
 Directions (30-34): Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions.B S * 4 M @ K % 9 + A L \$ R 3 U 5 H & # Z V 2 $$\Large \Omega$$ W 7 Q X 6 â‚¬ F G Â£
30). If all the symbols are dropped from the arrangement then which will be twelfth element from the right end of the given arrangement?
 A). S B). R C). U D). H E). A
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