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Syllogism


Syllogism

Direction (Q 1 – 10): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

1). Conclusions:

Some mouse is not monitor.

Some keyboards are monitor.

a) Statements I:

Some screen is monitor.

No monitor is keyboard.

All keyboards are mouse.

 

b) Statements II:

All screens are monitor.

No monitor is keyboard.

Some keyboard is mouse

 

c) Statements III:

No screen is monitor.

No monitor is keyboard.

All keyboards are mouse

 

d) Statements IV:

All screens are monitor.

All monitors are keyboard.

No keyboard is mouse

 

e) Statements V:

Some keyboards are mouse.

All monitor is screen.

No keyboard is a screen.

 

2). Conclusions:

Some walls are not brick.

Some cement is not water.

   

a) Statements I:

Some brick are cement.

No cement is wall.

All walls are water.

 

b) Statements II:

All bricks are cement.

Some Cement is wall.

All walls are water.

 

c) Statements III:

No brick is cement.

All cement is wall.

No wall is water.

 

d) Statements IV:

No brick is cement.

No cement is wall.

All walls are water.

 

e) Statements V:

All walls are bricks.

Some wall is cement.

All waters are bricks.

 

3). Conclusions:

Some silver are platinum.

Some diamonds are silver.

 

a) Statements I:

All silver are gold.

Some gold are diamond.

No diamond is platinum.

 

b) Statements II:

Some silvers are gold.

All gold are diamond.

All diamond is platinum.

 

c) Statements III:

All silvers are diamond.

No gold is silver.

Some diamond is platinum.

 

d) Statements IV:

All silvers are gold.

No gold is diamond.

All diamond is platinum

 

e) Statements V:

All platinum are silver.

Some gold is silver.

No gold is diamond.

 

4). Conclusions:

Some crows are not parrot.

Some crows are owl.

 

a) Statements I:

All parrot are owl.

No owl is crow.

Some crows are Dove.

 

b) Statements II:

Some parrots are owl.

Some owls are crow.

All crows are dove.

 

c) Statements III:

No parrot is owl.

All owls are crow.

Some crows are dove.

 

d) Statements IV:

All parrots are owl.

Some owl is Dove.

Some crows are dove.

 

e) Statements V:

All owls are Parrot.

All Parrots are crow.

All crows are dove.

 

5). Conclusions:

Some white are not brown.

Some maroon is brown.

 

a) Statements I:

All white are black.

All black is brown.

No brown is maroon.

 

b) Statements II:

Some white are black.

All black is brown.

All brown is maroon.

 

c) Statements III:

Some black are white.

No black is brown.

No brown is maroon.

 

d) Statements IV:

All white is black.

No black is brown.

All brown is maroon

 

e) Statements V:

No white is black.

No black is brown.

No brown is maroon

 

6). Conclusions:

All Donald being Micky is a possibility.

All Tom being Jerry is a possibility.

 

a) Statements I:

All Donald is Jerry.

All Jerry is Micky.

No Micky is Tom.

 

b) Statements II:

Some Donald is Jerry.

No Jerry is Micky.

Some Micky is Tom.

 

c) Statements III:

Some Donald is Jerry.

Some Jerry is Micky.

No Micky is Tom.

 

d) Statements IV:

All Donald is Jerry.

No Jerry is Micky.

All Micky is Tom.

 

e) Statements V:

No Jerry is Tom.

Some Donald is Tom.

No Micky is Donald.

 

7). Conclusions:

Some Table is plastic. 

Some plastic are bench

 

a) Statements I:

All Table are Chair.

All Chairs is bench.

Some benches are plastic.

 

b) Statements II:

All Table is Chair.

Some Chair is bench.

All benches are plastic.

 

c) Statements III:

No Table is Chair.

All Chairs are bench.

Some benches are plastic.

 

d) Statements IV:

Some Table is Chair.

All Chairs are bench.

No bench is plastic

 

e) Statements V:

All Table is Chair.

All Chairs are bench.

All benches are plastic.

 

8). Conclusions:

Some dates are day.

Some years are day.

 

a) Statements I:

All day are month.

All month are year.

Some years are date.

 

b) Statements II:

Some days are month.

All month are year.

Some days are date.

 

c) Statements III:

All day are month.

Some month is year.

All year are date.

 

d) Statements IV:

All day are month.

All month are date.

Some years are date.

 

e) Statements V:

No year is day.

Some day is date.

Some date is month.

 

9). Conclusions:

Some teachers are not student.

Some lessons are classroom.

 

a) Statements I:

Some classroom is not student.

All classrooms are teacher.

All teachers are lesson.

 

b) Statements II:

All classrooms are teachers.

Some student is not classroom.

Some teacher is lesson.

 

c) Statements III:

All classrooms are student.

No student is teacher.

No teachers are lesson.

 

d) Statements IV:

some classrooms are student.

No student is teacher.

Some teachers are lesson

 

e) Statements V:

All students are classroom.

All classrooms are lessons.

All lessons are teachers.

 

10). Conclusions:

All windows being cot is a possibility.

Some doors are not pillow.

 

a) Statements I:

Some pillows are window.

All windows are door.

No door is cot.

 

b) Statements II:

All pillows are window.

All windows are door.

Some door is cot.

 

c) Statements III:

All pillows are window.

No window is door.

Some door is cot.

 

d) Statements IV:

Some pillows are window.

Some window is door.

All doors are cot.

 

e) Statements V:

No window is door.

Some door is pillow.

Some pillow is cot.

 

Direction (11 – 20): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

 

11). Conclusion:

No sketch is pencil;

Some pencils are scale.

 

a) Statements I:

Some pencils are sketch;

No sketch is scale;

Some scales are erasers.

 

b) Statements II:

Some sketches are Not pencils;

All pencils are scale;

No sketch is an eraser.

 

c) Statements III:

No pencil is a scale;

No scale is a sketch;

All sketches are erasers.

 

d) Statements IV:

No sketch is an eraser;

All pencils are erasers;

Some scales are pencil.

 

e) Statements V:

All pencils are scale;

All scales are sketch;

All sketches are erasers.

 

12). Conclusion:

Petals are definitely Not leaves;

All leaves are flowers.

 

a) Statements I:

Some leaves are flowers;

All flowers are petals;

No root is a leave.

 

b) Statements II:

All flowers are root;

All roots are leaves;

No root is a petal.

 

c) Statements III:

All leaves are root;

All roots are flowers;

No root is a petals.

 

d) Statements IV:

Some leaves are petals;

All petals are flowers;

Some flowers are definitely Not root.

 

e) Statements V:

Some leaves are definitely Not petals;

All leaves are root;

Some petals are flowers.

 

13). Conclusion:

All blues are browns;

No brown is a green.

 

a) Statements I:

All blues are greens;

No green is a brown;

All browns are yellows.

 

b) Statements II:

No yellow is a green;

All browns are yellows;

All blues are greens.

 

c) Statements III:

All blues are yellows;

All yellows are browns;

No green is a brown.

 

d) Statements IV:

No brown is a yellow;

All blues are yellows;

Some greens are browns.

 

e) Statements V:

All greens are yellows;

All yellows are blues;

No blue is a brown.

 

14). Conclusion:

Some boats are definitely Not ships;

Some boats are woods.

 

a) Statements I:

No ship is paint;

Some paints are boats;

All woods are boats.

 

b) Statements II:

All ships are boats;

No boat is a wood;

All woods are paints.

 

c) Statements III:

All woods are ships;

No ship is a boat;

All boats are paints.

 

d) Statements IV:

All boats are ships;

All ships are woods;

All woods are paints.

 

e) Statements V:

No ship is paint;

All boats are ships;

All woods are paints.

 

15). Conclusion:

Some apples are definitely Not oranges;

No orange is a grape.

 

a) Statements I:

All grapes are bananas;

All bananas are oranges;

All oranges are apples.

 

b) Statements II:

No orange is a banana;

Some bananas are apples;

All grapes are bananas.

 

c) Statements III:

All apples are oranges;

Some apples are grapes;

No grape is a banana.

 

d) Statements IV:

No orange is a apple;

All bananas are grapes;

Some oranges are bananas.

 

e) Statements V:

No orange is a banana;

Some oranges are grapes;

All grapes are apples.

 

16). Conclusion:

At least Some foxes are lions.

All fox being lion is a possibility.

Some tigers are monkey.

 

a) Statements I:

All foxes are tigers.

Some lions are monkey.

No monkey is fox.

 

b) Statements II:

Some lions are fox.

Some monkeys are lions.

No tiger is a fox.

 

c) Statements III:

Some tigers are lion.

No lion is a fox.

All tiger is a monkey.

 

d) Statements IV:

All monkeys are fox.

No tiger is a fox.

All lions are tigers.

 

e) Statements V:

All tigers are monkey.

Some lions are monkey.

Some lion is fox.

 

17). Conclusion:

Some numbers are Not vowels.

No vowel is a letter.

Some words are Not letters.

 

a) Statements I:

Some letters are vowel.

All words are numbers.

No vowel is word.

 

b) Statements II:

No letter is a word.

Some numbers are letters.

All vowels are words.

 

c) Statements III:

Some numbers are letter.

No letter is a word.

All number is a vowel.

 

d) Statements IV:

All vowels are word.

No number is a word.

Some letters are numbers.

 

e) Statements V:

Some letters are vowel.

All numbers are vowel.

No vowel is word.

 

18). Conclusion:

Some glasses are caps.

Some bottles are Not cups.

No glass is a cup

 

a) Statements I:

All glasses are bottles.

Some caps are cup.

No cup is glass.

 

b) Statements II:

Some bottles are cups.

No cap is a bottle.

All cups are glasses.

 

c) Statements III:

No cap is a glass.

Some bottles are cap.

All bottles are cups.

 

d) Statements IV:

Some glasses are bottles.

No cup is a glass.

All bottles are caps.

 

e) Statements V:

No cup is glass.

Some caps are cup.

All bottles are cup.

 

19). Conclusion:

No kicks are bricks.

Some stones are Not sticks.

No brick is a stick

 

a) Statements I:

All kicks are sticks.

No stick is a brick.

Some bricks are stones.

 

b) Statements II:

Some sticks are bricks;

No brick is a kick;

All kicks are stones.

 

c) Statements III:

All kicks are stones;

No stick is a brick;

Some stones are sticks.

 

d) Statements IV:

All bricks are sticks;

All sticks are kicks;

All kicks are stones.

 

e) Statements V:

No stick is stone;

All bricks are sticks;

All kicks are stones.

 

20). Conclusion:

Some garlic being potatoes is a possibility.

Some tomatoes are Not onions.

All potatoes being tomatoes is a possibility.

 

a) Statements I:

All potatoes are tomatoes;

No tomato is garlic;

All garlic is onions.

 

b) Statements II:

No onion is a tomato;

All garlic is onions;

All potatoes are tomatoes.

 

c) Statements III:

All tomatoes are onions;

All onions are garlic;

No potato is garlic.

 

d) Statements IV:

No garlic is a onion;

All potatoes are onions;

Some tomatoes are garlic.

  

e) Statements V:

Some potatoes are onions.

No onion is garlic.

All garlic is tomatoes.

 

Direction (21 – 25): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

21). Conclusions:

Some wheels are bangles

All rings are wheels

Some tyres are bangles

 

a) Statements:

Some chains are bangles

All bangles are rings

All rings are tyres.

No tyres are wheels

 

b) Statements:

All chains are bangles

No bangles are rings

All rings are tyres.

All tyres are wheels

 

c) Statements:

Some chains are bangles

Some bangles are rings

All rings are tyres.

All tyres are wheels

 

d) Statements:

Some chains are bangles

Some bangles are not rings

No rings are tyres.

All tyres are wheels

 

e) Statements:

Some chains are bangles

No bangles are rings

All rings are not tyres.

All tyres are wheels

 

22). Conclusions:

Some seas are stones

Some jungles are hills

Some stones are hills

 

a) Statements:

All hills are roads

All roads are stones

All stones are jungles

All jungles are sea

 

b) Statements:

Some hills are roads

All roads are stones

No stones are jungles

All jungles are sea

 

c) Statements:

No hills are roads

All roads are stones

All stones are jungles

Some jungles are sea

 

d) Statements:

Some hills are roads

Some roads are stones

All stones are jungles

All jungles are sea

 

e) Statements:

All hills are roads

All roads are stones

No stones are jungles

No jungles are sea

 

23). Conclusions:

Some threads are not room

Some needles are clothes is a possibility

Some threads are house is a possibility

 

a) Statements:

No needles are threads

Some threads are clothes

No cloth is room

All rooms are houses

 

b) Statements:

All needles are threads

Some threads are clothes

No cloth is room

All rooms are houses

 

c) Statements:

Some needles are threads

Some threads are clothes

No cloth is room

All rooms are houses

 

d) Statements:

All needles are threads

Some threads are clothes

Some cloth is room

Some rooms are houses

 

e) Statements:

All needles are threads

No threads are clothes

No cloth is room

No rooms are houses

 

24). Conclusions:

Some roofs are curtains

Some bags are walls is a possibility

Some curtains are bags

 

a) Statements:

All bags are toys

No bags are curtains

Some toys are not walls

All walls are roofs

 

b) Statements:

No bags are toys

All toys are curtains

Some curtains are not walls

All walls are roofs

 

c) Statements:

All bags are toys

All toys are curtains

Some curtains are not walls

All walls are roofs

 

d) Statements:

Some bags are toys

All toys are curtains

Some curtains are walls

All walls are roofs

 

e) Statements:

Some bags are toys

All toys are curtains

No curtains are walls

No walls are roofs

 

25). Conclusions:

Some plants are flowers

All roses are buds is a possibility

Some plants are buds

 

a) Statements:

Some roses are flowers

Some flowers are buds

All buds are leaves

All leaves are plants

 

b) Statements:

Some roses are flowers

Some flowers are not buds

No buds are leaves

All leaves are plants

 

c) Statements:

All roses are flowers

No flowers are buds

All buds are leaves

All leaves are plants

 

d) Statements:

No roses are flowers

No flowers are buds

All buds are leaves

All leaves are plants

 

e) Statements:

Some roses are flowers

Some flowers are buds

No buds are leaves

No leaves are plants

 

Direction (26 – 35): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

 

26). Conclusions :

Some desks are pencils is a possibility

Some mountains are jungles

Some mountains are desks

Some jungles are kites.

 

a) Statements :

All pencils are kites

No kites are desks

All desks are jungles

All jungles are mountains

 

b) Statements :

No pencils are kites

No kites are desks

All desks are jungles

All jungles are mountains

 

c) Statements :

Some pencils are kites

Some kites are desks

All desks are jungles

All jungles are mountains

 

d) Statements :

Some pencils are kites

Some kites are desks

No desks are jungles

No jungles are mountains

 

e) Statements :

Some pencils are kites

Some kites are desks

Some desks are jungles

Some jungles are mountains

 

27). Conclusions :

Some roads are boards

Some boards are papers is a possibility

Some roads are clips is a possibility

Some roads are lanes

 

a) Statements :

No papers are clips

Some clips are bonds

Some boards are lanes

No lanes are roads

 

b) Statements :

All papers are clips

All clips are bonds

No boards are lanes

All lanes are roads

 

c) Statements :

Some papers are clips

No clips are bonds

No boards are lanes

Some lanes are roads

 

d) Statements :

No papers are clips

Some clips are not bonds

Some boards are not lanes

All lanes are roads

 

e) Statements :

All papers are clips

Some clips are bonds

Some boards are lanes

All lanes are roads

 

28). Conclusions :

Some buses are tyres

Some tyres are pens is a possibility

Some buses are wheels

Some clocks are wheels

 

a) Statements :

All pens are clocks

Some clocks are tyres

All tyres are wheels

All wheels are buses

 

b) Statements :

Some pens are clocks

Some clocks are tyres

All tyres are wheels

No wheels are buses

 

c) Statements :

All pens are clocks

Some clocks are tyres

All tyres are not wheels

No wheels are buses

 

d) Statements :

No pens are clocks

Some clocks are tyres

No tyres are wheels

All wheels are buses

 

e) Statements :

All pens are clocks

All clocks are tyres

No tyres are wheels

No wheels are buses

 

29). Conclusions :

Some windows are rings

No stone is a ring

Some windows are doors

Some doors are rings

 

a) Statements :

Some stones are hammers

Some hammer is a ring

Some rings are doors

All doors are windows

 

b) Statements :

All stones are hammers

No hammer is a ring

Some rings are doors

All doors are windows

 

c) Statements :

All stones are hammers

No hammer is a ring

No rings are doors

No doors are windows

 

d) Statements :

All stones are hammers

All hammer is a ring

Some rings are doors

All doors are windows

 

e) Statements :

Some stones are hammers

No hammer is a ring

Some rings are doors

All doors are windows

 

30). Conclusions :

Some sticks are store is a possibility

Some chains are baskets

Some chains are sticks

All stores are sticks is a possibility

 

a) Statements :

Some stores are baskets

Some baskets are sticks

Some sticks are chains

 

b) Statements :

All stores are baskets

Some baskets are not sticks

Some sticks are chains

 

c) Statements :

No stores are baskets

All baskets are sticks

All sticks are chains

 

d) Statements :

All stores are baskets

Some baskets are sticks

All sticks are chains

 

e) Statements :

All stores are baskets

No baskets are sticks

All sticks are chains

 

31). Conclusions :

Some ropes are desks

Some ropes are chairs

Some walls are ropes

Some desks are walls is a possibility

 

a) Statements :

No desks are chairs

All chairs are ropes

Some ropes are walls

 

b) Statements :

Some desks are chairs

All chairs are ropes

Some ropes are walls

 

c) Statements :

All desks are chairs

All chairs are ropes

No ropes are walls

 

d) Statements :

Some desks are not chairs

All chairs are ropes

Some ropes are not walls

 

e) Statements :

No desks are chairs

Some chairs are ropes

All ropes are walls

 

32). Conclusions :

Some cars are rooms

Some roads are rooms

Some cars are wires

Some cars are roads

 

a) Statements :

Some rooms are wires

No wires are roads

Some roads are cars

 

b) Statements :

All rooms are wires

Some wires are roads

Some roads are cars

 

c) Statements :

All rooms are wires

No wires are roads

All roads are cars

 

d) Statements :

All rooms are wires

All wires are roads

All roads are cars

 

e) Statements :

Some rooms are wires

Some wires are roads

Some roads are cars

 

33). Conclusions :

No table is a box

Some mats are not pencils

Some mats are not tables

Some pencils are tables

 

a) Statements :

All tables are pencils

No pencil is box

Some boxes are mats

 

b) Statements :

All tables are pencils

All pencil is box

All boxes are mats

 

c) Statements :

Some tables are pencils

All pencils are boxes

Some boxes are mats

 

d) Statements :

Some tables are pencils

No table is box

All boxes are mats

 

e) Statements :

No table is pencils

All Boxes are Pencils

Some boxes are not mats

 

34). Conclusions :

Some books are chairs

Some chairs are books

Some pens are books

Some tables are chairs

 

a) Statements :

Some books are not pens

All pens are chairs

Some chairs are tables

 

b) Statements :

All books are pens

All pens are chairs

Some chairs are tables

 

c) Statements :

Some books are pens

All pens are chairs

Some chairs are tables

 

d) Statements :

No books are pens

All pens are chairs

Some chairs are tables

 

e) Statements :

Some books are pens

No pens are chairs

No chairs are tables

 

35). Conclusions :

Some cars are buses

Some buses are cars

some jeeps are trucks

All jeeps are trucks

 

a) Statements :

No cars are jeeps

Some jeeps are buses

No buses are trucks

 

b) Statements :

All cars are jeeps

Some jeeps are buses

Some buses are not trucks

 

c) Statements :

All cars are jeeps

No jeeps are buses

Some buses are trucks

 

d) Statements :

All cars are jeeps

All jeeps are buses

All buses are trucks

 

e) Statements :

No cars are jeeps

All jeeps are buses

All buses are trucks

 

Direction (36 – 40): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

 

36). Conclusions :

There is a possibility that some doctors are engineers

Some perfects are doctors

There is a possibility that some engineers are good

Some perfect are engineers

 

a) Statements :

No doctors are perfect

All engineers are perfect

Some perfect are good

 

b) Statements :

All doctors are perfect

All engineers are perfect

Some perfect are good

 

c) Statements :

Some doctors are perfect

No engineers are perfect

Some perfect are good

 

d) Statements :

All doctors are perfect

All engineers are perfect

No perfect are good

 

e) Statements :

No doctors are perfect

No engineers are perfect

Some perfect are good

 

37). Conclusions :

Some tomatoes may be goods

No egg is potato

Some tomatoes may be eggs

Some goods are potatoes

 

a) Statements :

No eggs are tomatoes

No tomato is a potato

All potatoes are goods

 

b) Statements :

Some eggs are tomatoes

No tomato is a potato

No potatoes are goods

 

c) Statements :

No eggs are tomatoes

No tomato is a potato

No potatoes are goods

 

d) Statements :

All eggs are tomatoes

All tomato is a potato

All potatoes are goods

 

e) Statements :

All eggs are tomatoes

No tomato is a potato

All potatoes are goods

 

38). Conclusions:

All those dogs that are cats are also whites

All the animals may be dog.

Some whites are animal

Some cats are animals

 

a) Statements :

No dogs are cats

All animals are cats

No cats are whites

 

b) Statements :

All dogs are cats

No animals are cats

All cats are whites

 

c) Statements :

All dogs are cats

All animals are cats

All cats are whites

 

d) Statements :

Some dogs are cats

Some animals are cats

All cats are whites

 

e) Statements :

All dogs are cats

Some animals are cats

Some cats are whites

 

39). Conclusions :

Some gold which are white are not yellow

Some gold being yellow is a possibility.

Some white are gold

No silver is a yellow

 

a) Statements :

No gold are silvers

All silvers are white

No white is a yellow

 

b) Statements :

Some gold are silvers

Some silvers are white

No white is a yellow

 

c) Statements :

Some gold are not white

Some yellow are not white

No silver is a yellow

 

d) Statements :

Some gold are silvers

All silvers are white

No white is a yellow

 

e) Statements :

No gold are silvers

No silvers are white

No white is a yellow

 

40). Conclusions :

All moons being stars is a possibility

Some planets are stars

No moon is a universe

Some planets are moons

 

a) Statements :

Some stars are moons

All moons are planets

No planet is a universe

 

b) Statements :

No stars are moons

All moons are planets

No planet is a universe

 

c) Statements :

Some stars are moons

Some moons are planets

Some planet is a universe

 

d) Statements :

Some stars are not moons

No moons are planets

No planet is a universe

 

e) Statements :

No stars are moons

No moons are planets

some planet is a universe

 

Direction (41 – 50): In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e). From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

41). Conclusions:

All trees are wires.

Some wires are leafs.

Some leafs are branches.

All branches are wires

 

a) Statements:

No branches are trees.

All trees are leafs.

All leafs are wires.

 

b) Statements:

All branches are trees.

All trees are leafs.

All leafs are wires.

 

c) Statements:

No branches are trees.

Some trees are leafs.

All leafs are wires.

 

d) Statements:

All branches are trees.

No trees are leafs.

No leafs are wires.

 

e) Statements:

All branches are trees.

Some trees are leafs.

Some leafs are wires.

 

42). Conclusion

keys are tigers

Some radios are tapes

Some tapes are keys is a possibility

Some tigers are radios is a possibility

 

a) Statements:

No tapes are radios.

Some radios are keys.

No tigers are keys.

 

b) Statements:

Some tapes are not radios.

Some radios are not keys.

All tigers are keys.

 

c) Statements:

Some tapes are radios.

Some radios are keys.

All tigers are keys.

 

d) Statements:

No tapes are radios.

No radios are keys.

No tigers are keys.

 

e) Statements:

Some tapes are radios.

No radios are keys.

All tigers are keys.

 

43). Conclusions:

Some boxes are buses.

Some boxes are roads.

Some roads are cars is a possibility

Some boxes are cars

 

a) Statements:

No buses are cars.

All cars are boxes.

Some roads are boxes.

 

b) Statements:

Some buses are cars.

No cars are boxes.

No roads are boxes.

 

c) Statements:

No buses are cars.

All cars are boxes.

No roads are boxes.

 

d) Statements:

Some buses are cars.

All cars are boxes.

Some roads are boxes.

 

e) Statements:

Some buses are not cars.

All cars are boxes.

Some roads are not boxes.

 

44). Conclusions:

Some rabbits are bats is a possibility

Some cells are bats

Some carrots are cells.

Some carrots are bats is a possibility

Some carrots are rabbits.

 

a) Statements:

No bats are cells.

Some cells are rabbits.

All rabbits are carrots.

 

b) Statements:

No bats are cells.

No cells are rabbits.

All rabbits are carrots.

 

c) Statements:

Some bats are cells.

Some cells are not rabbits.

All rabbits are carrots.

 

d) Statements:

No bats are cells.

No cells are rabbits.

No rabbits are carrots.

 

e) Statements:

All bats are cells.

Some cells are rabbits.

All rabbits are carrots.

 

45). Conclusions:

No cards are tools.

Some doors are not lines

Some cards are doors is a possibility

Some doors are tools

 

a) Statements:

All cards are lines.

No lines are tools.

All tools are doors.

 

b) Statements:

Some cards are lines.

No lines are tools.

All tools are doors.

 

c) Statements:

All cards are lines.

No lines are tools.

No tools are doors.

 

d) Statements:

No cards are lines.

No lines are tools.

All tools are doors.

 

e) Statements:

All cards are lines.

All lines are tools.

All tools are doors.

 

46). Conclusions:

Some cars are boats.

Some leafs are wires.

Some wires are not boats

Some cars are not wires

 

a) Statements:

Some wires are leafs.

All wire is a boat.

All boats are cars.

 

b) Statements:

Some wires are leafs.

No wire is a boat.

All boats are cars.

 

c) Statements:

All wires are leafs.

Some wire is a boat.

All boats are cars.

 

d) Statements:

No wires are leafs.

No wire is a boat.

All boats are cars.

 

e) Statements:

Some wires are leafs.

No wire is a boat.

No boats are cars.

 

47). Conclusions:

Some sheets are buses.

Some sheets are cycles.

Some sheets are files.

Some buses are files.

 

a) Statements:

Some buses are cycles.

Some cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

 

b) Statements:

Some buses are cycles.

No cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

 

c) Statements:

No buses are cycles.

All cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

 

d) Statements:

No buses are cycles.

No cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

 

e) Statements:

Some buses are cycles.

All cycles are files.

All files are sheets.

 

48). Conclusions:

Some bikes are bottles.

Some bottles are buildings.

Some trucks are buildings is a possibility

Some bikes are trucks is a possibility

 

a) Statements:

No bikes are buildings.

All buildings are bottles.

Some bottles are trucks

 

b) Statements:

Some bikes are buildings.

Some buildings are bottles.

Some bottles are trucks.

 

c) Statements:

No bikes are buildings.

No buildings are bottles.

Some bottles are trucks.

 

d) Statements:

Some bikes are buildings.

All buildings are bottles.

Some bottles are trucks.

 

e) Statements:

Some bikes are buildings.

All buildings are bottles.

No bottles are trucks.

 

49). Conclusions:

Some lines are not copies.

Some copies are not radios.

Some telephones are copies

No cards are radios

 

a) Statements:

All cards are lines.

All copies are cards.

All lines are telephones.

All radios are telephones.

 

b) Statements:

No cards are lines.

Some copies are cards.

Some cards are telephones.

No radios are telephones.

 

c) Statements:

No cards are lines.

All copies are cards.

All cards are telephones.

No radios are telephones.

 

d) Statements:

No cards are lines.

All copies are cards.

All cards are telephones.

All radios are telephones.

 

e) Statements:

Some cards are lines.

All copies are cards.

All cards are telephones.

All radios are telephones.

 

50). Conclusions:

Some soldiers are either famous or intelligent.

Some intelligent persons are kind-hearted.

Some famous are soldiers

Some intelligent are famous is a possibility

 

a) Statements:

No soldiers are famous.

Some soldiers are intelligent.

All soldiers are honest.

All honest and famous persons are kind-hearted.

 

b) Statements:

Some soldiers are not famous.

All soldiers are intelligent.

No soldiers are honest.

All honest and famous persons are kind-hearted.

 

c) Statements:

No soldiers are famous.

No soldiers are intelligent.

All soldiers are honest.

All honest and famous persons are kind-hearted.

 

d) Statements:

All soldiers are famous.

No soldiers are intelligent.

All famous are honest.

All honest and famous persons are kind-hearted.

 

e) Statements:

Some soldiers are famous.

Some soldiers are intelligent.

All soldiers are honest.

All honest and famous persons are kind-hearted