Directions (Q. 1-5): In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusion logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give
1) If only conclusion I follows.
2) If only conclusion II follows.
3) If either conclusion I or II follows.
4) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
5) If both conclusions I and II follow.
Statements: All cars are petrol. No petrol is a bus. All buses are cycles.
1. Conclusions: I.No cycle is a car. II.All petrol being cycles is a possibility.
2. Conclusions: I. No car is a bus. II.All cars being cycle is a possibility.
3. Statements: No paper is white. Some whites are pagers. All pagers are fax.
Conclusions: I. No fax is white. II.All fax being white is a possibility.
Statements: Some motars are machines. No machine is a triangle. No generator is a motar.
4. Conclusions: I. All motars can never be triangles.
II.Some generators are machines.
5. Conclusions: I. No triangle is a motar. II.No generator is a machine.
Directions (Q. 36-38): Read the following information to answer the questions.
M % N means M is son of N.
M – N means M is wife of N.
M ÷ N means M is aunt of N.
M + N means M is sister of N.
M × N means M is father of N.
6. Which of the following means P is the grand father of D?
1) N × P + D ÷ I + K 2) P × N + I ÷ D + K 3) D × P + N ÷ K + I 4) D % P + N ÷ I + K 5) None of these
7. Which of the following statements proves that there are two males in the family?
1) A × J + K ÷ T 2) M × T + G % L 3) G ÷ A × Q + E 4) L + P ÷ R + C 5) None of these
8. Which of the following means P is married to S?
1) I + K ÷ P + S 2) P × I + K % S 3) P × J – K × S 4) R – S × P % X 5) None of these
Direction (Q. 9-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follow. Pawan, Om, Rohit, Sahil, Tanisha and Varun all prepared sweets to gifts them in diwali viz, petha, Barfi, Laddo, Gulab jamun, Rasogulla and Kaju Katli. Each person likes to gift prepared sweets to different peoples ie.- relatives, frien ds, poor peoples, colleagues and neighbours, but not necessarily in the same order. One who gifts sweets to friends prepares Kaju Katli. Only Rohit prepares Barfi. The person who gifts sweets to poor peoples does not prepares patha and gulabjamun. Om and Tanisha neither prepares kaju katli nor gifts sweets to poor peoples. Varun prepares rosogulla.Pawan doesn't prepares Laddo. Om gifts sweets to colleagues. The person who gifts sweets to relatives prepares petha. The person who gifts sweet to poor peoples doesn't Barfi. Rasogulla is gifted to nobody.
9. Who prepares gulab jamun?
1) Om 2) Varun 3) Rohit 4) Tanisha 5) Pawan
10. Who among the following gifts sweets to poor peoples?
1) Om 2) Pawan 3) Tanisha 4) Sahil 5) Rohit
1.2; All cars are petrol + No petrol is a bus (A + E = E)= No
car is a bus + all buses are cycles (E + A = O)= Some
cycles are not cars. Hence I does not follow. But No
petrol is a bus + All buses are cycles = Some cycles
are not petrol. This leaves us with the possibility of II.
2.5; A + E = E So, I follows we also get some cycles
are not Cars. This leaves the possibility of II
3.2; I + A = I. Hence, some white are pagers + All
pagers are fax = some white are fax. This leaves
us with the possibility of II.
4.1; Some motors are machines (I) - No machine is a triangle
(E) = I + E = O = Some motars are not triangles. Hence,
Conclusion I follows Again, No generators is a motor
(E) + Some motars are machines (I) = E + I = O = Some
machines are not generators. Hence conclusion II does
5.4; Some motars are machines (I) + No machine is a triangle
(E) = (I) + (E) = O = Some motars is a triangles. Hence,
conclusion I does not follow. Again, No generator is a
motor (E) + Some motars are machines (I) = E + I = O =
Some machines are not generators. Hence, conclusion
II does not follow.
7.5; None of the options proves that how many males in a family.
(9 to 10)
9.1 , 10.4