# Logical Reasoning (LR) – Syllogisms

Directions for questions 1 to 5: You have to take two given statements as true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusion logically follows the given statements; disregarding commonly known facts.

Mark option (1) if only conclusion I follows.

Mark option (2) if only conclusion II follows.

Mark option (3) if either I or II follows.

Mark option (4) if neither I nor II follows.

Mark option (5) if both follow.

Q.1. Statements

1. All men are herbivorous.
2. All men are carnivorous.

Conclusions:

I. Some herbivorous are carnivorous.
II. All herbivorous is carnivorous.
Directions for questions 1 to 5: You have to take two given statements as true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusion logically follows the given statements; disregarding commonly known facts.

Mark option (1) if only conclusion I follows.

Mark option (2) if only conclusion II follows.

Mark option (3) if either I or II follows.

Mark option (4) if neither I nor II follows.

Mark option (5) if both follow.

Q.2. Statements

1. All illusion is magic.

2. All magic is science.

Conclusions:

I. All illusion is science.
II. Some science is magic.
Directions for questions 1 to 5: You have to take two given statements as true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusion logically follows the given statements; disregarding commonly known facts.

Mark option (1) if only conclusion I follows.

Mark option (2) if only conclusion II follows.

Mark option (3) if either I or II follows.

Mark option (4) if neither I nor II follows.

Mark option (5) if both follow.

Q.3. Statements

1. All carrots are vegetables.

Conclusions:

I. Some vegetable is carrot
Directions for questions 1 to 5: You have to take two given statements as true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusion logically follows the given statements; disregarding commonly known facts.

Mark option (1) if only conclusion I follows.

Mark option (2) if only conclusion II follows.

Mark option (3) if either I or II follows.

Mark option (4) if neither I nor II follows.

Mark option (5) if both follow.

Q.4. Statements

1. All soldiers are in army.
2. No engineer is in army.

Conclusions:
I. No engineer is soldier.
II. Some engineers are soldiers.
Directions for questions 1 to 5: You have to take two given statements as true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusion logically follows the given statements; disregarding commonly known facts.

Mark option (1) if only conclusion I follows.

Mark option (2) if only conclusion II follows.

Mark option (3) if either I or II follows.

Mark option (4) if neither I nor II follows.

Mark option (5) if both follow.

Q.5. Statements
1. All waves are wind.
2. No wind is dust

Conclusions:
I. Some waves are dust
II. No dust is wind.
Q.6. From which of the given set of statements are both conclusions given below valid?
Conclusions
I. No East is a West
II. Some Souths are Norths.
Q.7. From which of the given set of statements are both conclusions given below valid?
Conclusions
I. No Taxes are Accounts.
II. Some Accounts are Profit
Q.8. From which of the given set of statements are both conclusions given below valid?
Conclusions
I. All Maths being History is a possibility.
II. All Science being Maths is a possibility.
Q.9. From which of the given set of statements are both conclusions given below valid?
Conclusion
I. No pond is a water is a possibility.
II. Some rivers is a pond.
Q.10. From which of the given set of statements are both conclusions given below valid?
Conclusions
I. All Leopards can be Kangaroo.
II. All Tigers are Rabbits is a possibility.
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