## Problems on Syllogism

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In this type of reasoning questions, a few conclusions are drawn from two or more given statements. It is based on deductive reasoning rather than inductive reasoning. You have to consider the given statements to be true, even if they are different from established facts and accordingly choose the right answer.

## Solve Problems:

1) Statements:

I) All heroes are villains.
II) All villains are zeros.
III) Some heroes are jokers.

Conclusion:

i) Some Jokers are heroes
ii) Some villains are jokers
iii) Some zeros are villains

1. Only I, II follow
2. All I, II, III follows
3. Only I, III follow
4. Only I, II follow
5. None of these

2) Statements:

I) Some parrots are owls.
II) All owls are pigeons.
III) All pigeons are snakes.

Conclusion:

i) Some parrots are pigeons
ii) Some pigeons are parrots
iii) All owls are snakes

1. All follow
2. Only I, III follow
3. Only II, III follow
4. Only I, II follow
5. None of these

3) Statements:

I) All crows are foxes.
II) All cats are jaguars.
III) Some cats are crows.

Conclusion:

I) Some jaguars are crows
II) Some foxes are jaguars
III) Some crows are Jaguars

1. Only I, II follow
2. All I, II, III follow
3. Only I, III follow
4. Only II, III follows
5. None of these

4) Statements:

I) All ducks are rats
II) Some rats are hats
III) All hats are leaves

Conclusion:

I) Some leaves are ducks
II) Some hats are ducks
III) Some leaves are rats

1. Only I follow
2. Only II follows
3. Only III follows
4. Only II and III follow

5) Statements:

I) All stones are flowers
II) All flowers are cars
III) Some cars are trucks

Conclusions:

I) Some trucks are stones
II) Some cars are stones
III) Some trucks are flowers

1. Only II follows
2. Only II and III follow
3. Only I follow
4. Only III follows
5. None follows

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6) Statements:

I) Some cups are spoons
II) Some plates are spoons

Conclusion:

I) All plates may be cups
II) Some spoons are plates

1. Only I follows
2. Only II follows
3. Either I or II follows
4. Neither I nor II follows
5. Both I and II follow

7) Statements:

I) Some balloons are hats
II) All hats are cakes

Conclusion:

I) All cakes are balloons
II) All balloons are cakes

1. Only I follows
2. Only II follows
3. Either I or II follows
4. Neither I nor II follows
5. Both I and II follow

8) Statements:

I) No candy is a pizza
II) No pizza is a burger

Conclusion:

I) No candy is a burger
II) All burgers are candies

1. Only I follows
2. Only II follows
3. Only I and II follows
4. Neither I nor II follows
5. Both I and II follow

9) Statements:

I) All cars are buses
II) All buses are trains

Conclusions:

I) Some trains are buses
II) Some trains are cars

1. Only I follows
2. Only II follows
3. Either I or II follows
4. Neither I nor II follows
5. Both the conclusions follow

10) Statements:

I) No square is a triangle
II) All triangles are circles
III) Some rectangles are squares
IV) Some circles are rectangles

Conclusions:

I) No square is a circle
II) All rectangles being triangles is a possibility
III) All circles being squares is a possibility

1. Only I follows
2. Only I and II follow
3. Only III follows
4. All conclusions follow
5. None of the conclusions follow