Syllogism Practice Questions Challenge

In a series of sharing useful study material for SBI PO Preliminary exam, today I am sharing syllogism practice questions.

Before solving questions, learn Syllogism concept here

Statements 1. Some squares are circles. No circle is a triangle. No line is a square.
Conclusions :
I. All squares can never be triangles
II.Some lines are circles

III.No Triangle is a square.
IV.No Line is a circle

1) All follow  2) I , III and II follow
3) I, III and IV follow 4) II and III IV follow
5) None of these



Statements 2. All songs are poems. All poems are rhymes. No rhyms is a paragraph.
Conclusions :
I. No song is paragraph
II.No poem is a paragraph

1) I follows 2) II follows
3) None of these 4) Neither I Nor II follows
5) I and II follow


Statements 3. Some dews are drops. All drops are stones.
Conclusions :
I. At least some dews are stones
II.At least some stones are drops

1) II follows 2) I follows
3) Both follow 4) Either I Nor II follows
5) None of these



Statements 4. Some pens are keys. Some key are locks. All locks are cards. No card is paper.
Conclusion :
I. No lock is paper
II.Some cards are keys
III.Some keys are not paper

1) I and II follow  2) Only I follow 
3) Only II follows 4) All follow 
5) None follows



Statements 5. Some pearls are gems. All gems are diamonds. No diamond is stone. Some stones are corals.
Conclusions
I.Some stones are pearls
II.Some corals being diamond is a possibility
III.No stone is pearl.

1) Only I follows 2) Only II follows
3) Only II and Either I or III follows 4) II and III follow
5) Only II follows



Statements 6. Some apartments are flats. Some flats are buildings. All buildings are bungalows. All bungalows are gardens.
Conclusions :
I. All apartments being building is a possibility
II.All bungalows are not buildings
III.No flat is garden.
1) None follows 2) Only I follows
3) Either I or III follows 4) II and III follow
5) None of theses



Statements 7. All chairs are tables. All tables are bottles. Some bottles are jars.No jar is bucket.
Conclusions:
I. Some tables being jar is a possibility
II.Some bottles are chairs.
III.Some bottles are not bucket.

1) Only I follows 2) I and II follow
3) All follow 4) Only II follows
5) None of these



Directions [Q No. 8-14] In each question below are three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts anf then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Give answer [1] if only conclusions I follows.
Give answer [2] if only conclusions II follows.
Give answer [3] if either conclusions I or conclusion II follows.
Give answer [4] if neither conclusions I nor conclusion II follows.
Give answer [5] if both conclusion I and conclusion II follow.

Statements ; Some stars are moons. All moons are planets. No planet is universe.

Q 8. Conclusions 
I. All moon being star is a possibility.
II.No universe is star.



Q9. Conclusions
I. At least some planets are stars.
II.No moon is universe.



Statements : All sticks are plants. All plants are insects All insects are amphibians.

Q10. Conclusions
I. At least some amphibians are plants.
II.All sticks are insects.



Q11. Conclusions
I. All amphibians are sticks.
II.All plants are amphibians.



Statements All apartments are huts. No hut is a building. All buildings are cottages.

Q12. Conclusions
I. No cottage is an apartment.
II.Some cottages are apartments.



Q13. Conclusions
I.No apartment is a cottage.
II.Some buildings being apartment is a possibility.



Q14. Conclusions
I. Some cottages being apartment is a possibility.
II.No cottage is a hut.




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