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Reasoning Questions : Syllogism Set 6

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  1. Statements: Some rockets are poles. Some poles are ropes. Some ropes are mountains. Some mountains are papers.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some mountains are poles.
    II. Some papers are rockets.
    III. Some ropes are rockets.
    IV. No paper is rocket.
    A. None follows
    B. Only either II or IV follows
    C. Only II follows
    D. Only IV follows
    B. Only either II or IV follows

  2. Statements: Some horses are goats. All goats are dogs. All dogs are cats. Some cats are tigers.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some tigers are horses.
    II. Some cats are goats.
    III. Some dogs are horses.
    IV. No tigers is goats.
    A. Only I and II follows
    B. Only II and III follows
    C. Only II, III and IV follows
    D. Only IV follows
    B. Only II and III follows

  3. Statements: All chairs are handles. No handle is table. Some tables are mats. All mats are tanks.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some tanks are handles.
    II. Some mats are chairs.
    III. Some tanks are tables.
    IV. No tank is handle.
    A. Only I and II follows
    B. Only II and III follows
    C. Only either I or IV follows
    D. Only either I or IV and III follows
    D. Only either I or IV and III follows

  4. Statements: All horses are goats. Some goats are dogs. No dog is cat. Some cats are tigers.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some tigers are goats.
    II. Some cats are horses.
    III. No tiger is goat.
    IV. Some dogs are horses.
    A. Only I and II follows
    B. Only II and III follows
    C. Only either I or III follows
    D. Only IV follows
    C. Only either I or III follows

  5. Statements: All birds are horses. All horses are tigers. Some tigers are lions. Some lions are monkeys.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some tigers are horses.
    II. Some monkeys are birds.
    III. Some tigers are birds.
    IV. Some monkeys are horses.
    A. Only I and III follows
    B. Only II and III follows
    C. Only II, III and IV follows
    D. Only IV follows
    A. Only I and III follows

  6. Statements: Some birds are horses. All horses are tigers. All tigers are lions. Some lions are monkeys.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some monkeys are horses.
    II. Some lions are birds.
    III. No monkey is horse.
    IV. Some lions are horses.
    A. Only I and II follows
    B. Only II and III follows
    C. Only either I or III and II and IV follows
    D. Only either I or III and II follows
    C. Only either I or III and II and IV follows

  7. Statements: Some trains are cars. All cars are branches. All branches are nets. Some nets are dresses.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some dresses are trains.
    II. Some nets are trains.
    III. Some branches are trains.
    IV. All trains are nets is a possibility.
    A. Only I and II follows
    B. Only II, III and IV follows
    C. Only II and III follows
    D. Only IV follows
    B. Only II, III and IV follows

  8. Statements: All horses are goats. No goat is dog. Some dogs are cats. All cats are tigers.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some tigers are horses.
    II. Some tigers are dogs.
    III. No tiger is horse.
    IV. Some dogs are horses is a possibility.
    A. Only I and II follows
    B. Only either I or III and II follows
    C. Only either I or III and IV follows
    D. Only IV follows
    B. Only either I or III and II follows

  9. Statements: Some benches are walls. All walls are houses. Some houses are jungles. All jungles are roads.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some roads are benches.
    II. Some jungles are walls
    III. Some houses are benches
    IV. Some roads are houses
    A. Only I and II follow
    B. Only I and III follow
    C. Only III and IV follow
    D. Only II, III and IV follow
    C. Only III and IV follow

  10. Statements: All bricks are flowers. Some houses are flowers. All pens are houses
    Conclusions:
    I. Some houses are bricks.
    II. Some pens are flowers.
    III. Some flowers are bricks
    IV. No pen is flowers
    A. Only either II or IV and III follow
    B. Only either II or IV and I follow
    C. Only either I or II and IV follow
    D. None follows
    A. Only either II or IV and III follow