Directions (Q. 1-5) In each question below are either two or three statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to take the two or three given statements to be true and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two/three given statements, disregarding the commonly known facts.

1. Statements: Some caps are shirts.
All shirts are papers.
Conclusions: I. All shirts which are caps are papers.
II. Some shirts are caps.

 

only conclusion I follows


only conclusion II follows

either conclusion I or II follows


neither conclusion I nor II follows

both conclusions I and II follow



2. Statements: 10% shoes are chappals. 5% chappals are papers. 99% papers are pens.
Conclusions: I. Some shoes are papers.
II. Some shoes are pens.

 

only conclusion I follows

only conclusion II follows


either conclusion I or II follows


neither conclusion I nor II follows


both conclusions I and II follow


3. Statements: All A are Z.
All Z are X.
All Y are A.
Conclusions: I. All A are Y.
II. All Y are X.

 

only conclusion I follows


only conclusion II follows

either conclusion I or II follows


neither conclusion I nor II follows


both conclusions I and II follow


4. Statements: Some water is cold.
No cold is milk.
Some milk is water.
Conclusions: I. Some water that is cold is milk.
II. Some milk that is water is cold.

 

only conclusion I follows


only conclusion II follows


either conclusion I or II follows

neither conclusion I nor II follows


both conclusions I and II follow


5. Statements: Some waste is white.
Some white is water.
Some water is waste.
Conclusions: I. Some waste which is white is water.
II. Some water is neither waste nor white.

 

only conclusion I follows

only conclusion II follows


either conclusion I or II follows


neither conclusion I nor II follows


both conclusions I and II follow


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