Statements and conclusions Questions and answers

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    10. Seating Arrangement
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    12. Series
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    14. Statements(Mathematical) and Conclusions

In these questions, three statements are given followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to consider the statements to be true . even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follow from the given statements.

Give answer :

(1) If either conclusion I or II is true

(2) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

(3) If both conclusions I and II are true

 (4) If only conclusion I is true

(5) If only conclusion II is true

1). Statements : No hour is a day. All months are days. Some hours are calendars. Conclusions : I. No month is an hour. II. All calendars being days is a possibility.
A). If either conclusion I or II 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
2). Statements : Some comics are books. All comics are novels. No novel is an article. Conclusions :
I. Some novels are books.
II. All articles being books is a possibility.

A). If either conclusion I or II 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
3). Statements : No liquid is fluid. All solids are liquids. All gases are solids. Conclusions :
I.Atleast some solids are fluids.
II.All gases are liquids.

A). If either conclusion I or II 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
In these questions, statements followed by conclusions have been given. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance, from commonly known facts and then decide Which of are given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

4). Statements : Some flutes are guitars. No guitar is a piano. Some pianos are drums. All drums and violins.
Conclusions:

A). All pianos are violins. .
B). No flute is a piano.
C). Some drums are definitely not flutes
D). All violins being guitars is a possibility
E). All violins being flutes is a possibility
5). Statements: All pets are animals. All animals are reptiles. No animal is a bird. Some birds are insects.
Conclusions:

A). No reptile is a pet.
B). All insects being animals is a possibility.
C). Some pets are insects.
D). No pet is a bird.
E). Some birds are reptiles.


In each question below are two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the two/three given statements to be true even If they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

6). Statements : No ground is a soil. All soils are basins. Some basins are deltas.
Conclusions: I. No delta is a soil. II. Some grounds being deltas is a possibility.

A). If only conclusion I follows
B). If only conclusion II follows
C). If either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
D). If both conclusion I and conclusion II follow
E). If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follow
7). Statements : All policies are decisions. No decision is a verdict. No verdict is a result.
Conclusions: I. All results being policies is a possibility. II. No verdict is a policy.

A). If only conclusion I follows
B). If only conclusion II follows
C). If either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
D). If both conclusion I and conclusion II follow
E). If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follow
8). Statements : No ground is a soil. All soils are basins. Some basins are deltas.
Conclusions: I. At least some soils are deltas. II. All basins are soils.

A). If only conclusion I follows
B). If only conclusion II follows
C). If either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
D). If both conclusion I and conclusion II follow
E). If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follow
9). Statements : Some calculators are machines. No calculator is a phone.
Conclusions: I. Some machines are phones. II. No machine is a phone.

A). If only conclusion I follows
B). If only conclusion II follows
C). If either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
D). If both conclusion I and conclusion II follow
E). If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follow
10). Statements : All seasons are winters. Some winters are autumns. All autumns are falls.
Conclusions: I. At least some falls are winters. II. All least some autumns are seasons.

A). If only conclusion I follows
B). If only conclusion II follows
C). If either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
D). If both conclusion I and conclusion II follow
E). If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follow
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