High Level Syllogism Quiz: Part 10

Directions (Q.1-5) In each of the questions below, Some statements are given followed by some conclusions. You have to consider the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the following conclusions logically follows from the given statements. Give answer.

Q.1. 

Statements:
  • All rivers are water.
  • Some water is pond.
  • No pond is tree.
  • All trees are jungle.

Conclusion:
  • Some rivers are pond.
  • Some water is not tree.
  • All rivers being jungle is a possibility.
Options
  • Only I.
  • Only III.
  • II and III.
  • I and II.
  • None follows

Q.2. 

Statements:
  • Some triangles are square.
  • All squares are cube.
  • No cube is circle.
  • Some circles are rectangle.
Conclusion:
  • All triangles being circle is a possibility.
  • No square is circle.
  • Some triangle is cube.
Options
  • Only II.
  • Only III.
  • I and III.
  • II and III.
  • None follows

Q.3. 

Statements:
  • No black is orange.
  • All yellow is orange.
  • Some yellow is green.
  • All green is pink.

Conclusion:
  • Some orange are pink.
  • All orange being yellow is a possibility.
  • Some green is not black.
Options
  • Only I.
  • Only III.
  • I and III.
  • Only II.
  • All follow.


Q.4. 

Statements:
  • Some cats are white.
  • Some white are dog.
  • All dogs are blue.
  • No dog is monkey.
  • All monkeys are tall.

Conclusion:
  • Some tall is not dog.
  • Some cat is dog.
  • All blue being monkeys is a possibility.
Options
  • Only I.
  • I and III.
  • II and III.
  • Only II.
  • All follow.

Q.5. 

Statements:
  • All pens are pencil.
  • All pencils are eraser.
  • Some erasers are colour.
  • Some colours are brush.

Conclusion:
All erasers are pen.
Some brush is pencil.
Some erasers are colour.Options
  • I and III.
  • Only III.
  • II and III.
  • I and II.
  • None follows

Answers & Solutions

1. C


2. D


3. E


4. A


5. E



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