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Statements and Conclusions Practice Questions

Statements and Conclusions Practice Questions

In each question given below, two statements are given followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the two given statements to be true even if they appear at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of them logically follow from the statements given, disregarding commonly known facts.


1.
Statements:
1. All flies are birds.
2. Some mosquitoes are flies.

Conclusions:
I. All birds are flies.
II. Some birds are mosquitoes.
III. Some mosquitoes are not birds.
IV. Some flies are not mosquitoes.
(1) Only I and II follow.
(2) Only I and III follow.
(3) Only II and III follow.
(4) Either II or III follows.
(5) Only IV follows.


2.
Statements:
1. All cars are bicycles.
2. All boats are cars.

Conclusions:
I. All boats are bicycles.
II. All bicycles are cars.
III. All cars are boats.
IV. The bicycles that are boats, are not cars.
(1) Only I follows. (2) Only II follows.
(3) Only III follows. (4) Only IV follows.
(5) Only any one of the three follows.

3.
Statements:
1. Some flowers are red.
2. Some red objects are poisonous.

Conclusions:
I. Some flowers are poisonous.
II. All poisonous objects are red.
III. No flower is poisonous.
IV. No object other than red objects is poisonous.
(1) Only I and II follow.
(2) Only I and III follow.
(3) Only II and III follow.
(4) Either I or III follows.
(5) Either III or IV follows.

4.
Statements:
1. All oranges are either lemons or melons.
2. s Some mangoes are oranges.

Conclusions:
I. Some mangoes are lemons.
II. Some mangoes are neither lemons nor melons.
III. Some lemons are melons.
IV. No orange is melon.
(1) Only I follows.
(2) Only II follows.
(3) Only III follows.
(4) Only IV follows.
(5) None follows.

5.
Statements:
1. Some houses are schools and the remaining are theatres.
2. Some theatres show cartoon films and the rest stage dramas.

Conclusions:
I. Some theatres neither stage dramas nor have cartoon shows.
II. Some houses are not schools.
III. Some houses are not theatres.
IV. Some theatres stage drama along with cartoon films.
(1) Only I and II follow. 
(2) Only II and III follow.
(3) Either II or IV follows.
(4) Only IV follows.
(5) None follows.

6.
Statements:
1. Some bureaucrats are aristocrats.
2. All democrats are aristocrats.

Conclusions:
I. Some bureaucrats are democrats.
II. All aristocrats are democrats.
III. Some aristocrats are not bureaucrats.
IV. No bureaucrat is a democrat.
(1) Only I and II follow.
(2) Only II and III follow.
(3) Only I, II and III follow.
(4) Either II or IV follows.
(5) Either I or IV follows.

7.
Statements:
1. Some editors are poets.
2. All poets are leaders.

Conclusions:
I. Some editors are leaders.
II. All leaders are poets.
III. Some poets are not leaders.
IV. All leaders are editors.
(1) Only I follows.
(2) Only II follows.
(3) Only III follows. 
(4) Only IV follows.
(5) Only III and IV follow.

8.
Statements:
1. All solid objects have two sides.
2.  All two-sided objects are round.

Conclusions:
I. All round objects are solid.
II. Only solid objects have two sides.
III. All solid objects are round.
IV. Some solid objects are not round.
(1) Only I follows.
(2) Only II follows.
(3) Only III follows.
(4) Only IV follows.
(5) All the four follow.

Each of the questions given below has three statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. Consider the statements as true and decide which of the conclusions logically follow from the statements.

9.
Statements:
1. All heart patients are fat.
2. Some heart patients have arthritis.
3. Mr Shambhu Sharma has arthritis.

Conclusions:
I. Shambhu Sharma is fat.
II. He is a heart patient.
III. All fat persons have heart problem.
IV. Some arthritis patients are fat.
(1) Only I follows.
(2) Only I and II follow.
(3) Only III and IV follow.
(4) Only IV follows.
(5) Either I or II follows.

10.
Statements:
1. All studios are auditoriums.
2. All colleges are studios.
3. Some schools are colleges.

Conclusions:
I. Some schools are auditoriums.
II. Some schools are not studios.
III. All colleges are auditoriums.
IV. Some schools are studios.
(1) Either II or IV follows.
(2) Only I and II follow.
(3) Only I, II and III follow.
(4) Only II, III and IV follow.
(5) All the four follow.

11.
Statement:
1. Sanskrit is easier than Political Science but more difficult than Economics.
2. Mathematics is not as easy as Geography but is easier than English which is not as difficult as history.
3. Hindi is more difficult than Political Science but is easier than Geography.

Conclusions:
I. Sanskrit is easier than Geography.
II. History is the most difficult one.
III. Hindi is easier than English and Mathematics.
IV. History is the most difficult subject.
(1) Only I, II and III follow.
(2) II, III and IV follow.
(3) Only I, III and IV follow.
(4) Either I, II or III, IV follow.
(5) All the four follow.

12.
Statements:
1. Drug addicts get compensation from authorities.
2. Accident victims get compensation from authorities.
3. Jaggoo got compensation from authorities.

Conclusions:
I. Jaggoo met with an accident.
II. Jaggoo is a drug addict.
III. All accident victims are drug addicts.
IV. Compensation is not given to anyone else other than the two categories mentioned.
(1) Either I or II follows.
(2) None follows.
(3) All the four follow.
(4) Only IV follows.
(5) Only I follows.

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Answers :

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7. (1) Follow the pattern of question number 41.
8. (3) Follow the pattern of question number 42.
9. (4)
10. (5)
11. (5) Hist, Eng, Maths, Geog; Hindi; Pol. Sc.; Sans.;
Economics.
12. (1)

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