# Recent questions tagged statements-conclusions

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Read the following directions carefully and answer the question. You should tick If any one of the statements alone is sufficient to answer the question If both statements individually are sufficient to answer the question If both statements together are required to answer the question If ... is the position of book $4$? Second book has been put in third rack Third book has been put in second rack
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Statements : 1. All chairs laugh. 2. Some birds Laugh Conclusions : 1. All Chairs are birds 2. Some birds are chairs 3. Those who do not laugh are not chairs 4. Some birds do not laugh a. 2 follows b. 1 follows c. 2,4 follows d. 4 follows e. none follows
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Statements : 1. Most clocks are fans 2. Some fans are walls Conclusions: 1. Some walls are fans 2. Some clocks are walls
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Statements : 1. All bottles are marbles 2. All glasses are marbles Conclusions: 1. All glasses are bottles 2. Some marbles are not glasses a.Only Conclusion 1 follows b.Only Conclusion 2 follows c.Either Conclusion 1 or 2 follows d. Niether 1 or 2 follows
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In each question below are two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically commonly follows ... Some cities are towns. Some villages are cities. Conclusions : I. Atleast some villages are towns. II. No village is a town
In the following questions, the symbols ©, δ , ... δ R Conclusions : I. B $T II. R$ D 5. Statements : M % N N * A A $B Conclusions : I. B * N II. A$ M