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Q.30 Statements: Some dogs are rats. Some rats are cats.
Conclusions: (1) Some dogs are cats.
(2) Some cats are dogs.

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Q.29 Statement: All the pencils are boxes. All the boxes are inks.
Conclusions: (1) All the pencils are inks.
(2) Some inks are pencils.

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Q.27 Statements: Many actors are producers. All producers are dancers.
Conclusions: Some actors are dancers.
(2) No producer is an actor . Full download

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Q.26 Statements: Some ships are Monkeys. Some boats are ships.
Conclusions: (1) Some monkeys are boats.
(2) Some ships are neither boat nor monkey.

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Q.25 Statements: All trucks are aeroplanes. Some scooters are aeroplanes.
Conclusions: (1) All trucks are scooters.
(2) Some aeroplanes are trucks.

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Q.24 Statements:
(i) No apple is red.
(ii) All apples are tasty.
(I) Some red things being tasty is a possibility
(II) All tasty things are not red.

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Q.23 Statements:
(i) No paper is book.
(ii) Some books are libraries.
(I) All libraries being books is a possibility.
(II) No library is paper.

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Q.22 (a) All children fear darkness. All girls fear darkness. Therefore, all children are girls.
(b) All oranges are black. All figs are oranges. Therefore all figs are black.
(c) All shirts are yellow. All yellow are clothes. Therefore, all shirts are clothes.
(d) All mangoes are red. Some apples are mangoes. Therefore, some apples are red.

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Q.21 (a) All books can read. Some pencils are books. All pencils are clever. Therefore, all clever cannot read.
(b) Some who fail are stupid. Some criminals are stupid. Therefore, all criminals fail.
(c) Some liars are thieves. All thieves are criminals. Therefore, some liars are criminals.
(d) All that is green is black. Trees are green. Therefore, trees are black.

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Q.20 (a) All bats are balls. All rackets are bats. All balls are bats or rackets. Some pads are balls. Therefore, some pads are neither bats nor racket.

(b) Jackals live in cities. Cities are in forests. Therefore, jackals live in forests.

(c) Trees run faster than shrubs. Shrubs run faster than herbs but slower than grasses. Therefore, grasses run faster than trees.

(d) All musicians are rich. No rich person is polite. Therefore, musicians are not polite.

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Q.19 (a) Birds fly in the air. Trees are birds. Therefore, trees fly in the air.
(b) Some boys steal. All who steal are naughty. All naughty are hoonest. Therefore, some boys are honest.
(c) All girls like dance. Some girls are Indian. All Indians are artists. Therefore, some artists like dance.
(d) All liars are not thieves. All thieves are criminals. Therefore, all liars are criminals

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Q.18 (a) Ramesh is tall. Ramesh is a boy. Therefore, boys are tall.
(b) All who can fly are animals. Some birds can fly. Therefore, some birds are animals.
(c) Men live in houses, Houses grow on trees. Trees float in water. Therefore, men float in water.
(d) All living things are mobile. Some things are mobile. Therefore, some mobile things are living and some non-living.

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Q.17 Statement: No man is zebra. Ram is a man.
Conclusions: (1) Ram is not a zebra
(2) All men are not Ram

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Q.16 Statement: All cricketer are hardworking. No cricketer are superstitions.
Conclusion: (1) No cricketer are superstitions.
(2) All superstitions are not cricketer.

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Q.15 Statements: Some dogs are cows. No cow is black.
Conclusions: (1) Some dogs are black.
(2) Some cows are dogs.

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Q.14 Statements: Some cups are laptop. No laptop is black.
Conclusions: (1) Some cups are black.
(2) Some ccups are not black.

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Q.11 Statements: Some mangoes are yellow. Some lemons are mangoes.
Coclusions: (1) Some Mangoes are green
(2) Lemon is a yellow.

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Q.10 Statement :
Vitamin E tablets keep your complexion in a glowing condition by improving circulation.

I. People like a glowing complexion.
II. Complexion becomes dull in the absense of circulation.

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Q.9 Statement:
Everybody loves reading adventure stories.

I. Adventure stories are the only reading material.
II. Nobody loves reading any other material.

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Q.8 Statement:
Lack of stimulation in the first four or five years of life can have adverse consequences.

I. A great part of the development of observed intelligence occurs in the earliest years of life.
II. 50 % of the measurable intelligence at the age of 17 is already predictable by the age of four.

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Q.7 Statement :
Who rises from the prayer a better man, his prayer is answered.

I. Prayer makes a man more human.
II. Prayer atones all of our misdeeds.

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Q.6 Statement:
' Do not lean out of the door of the bus' - a warning in a school bus.

I. Leaning out of a running bus is dangerous.
II. Children do not pay heed to such warning.

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Q.4 Statement:
Exporters in the capital are alleging that commercial banks are violating a Reserve Bank of India directive to operate a post-shipment export credit denominated in foreign currency at International interest rates from January this year.

Courses of Action:
I. The officers concerned in the commercial banks are to be suspended.
II. The RBI should be asked to stop giving such directives to commercial banks.

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Q.3 Statement:
Every year, at the beginning or at the end of the monsoons, we have some cases of conjuctivitis, but this year, it seems to be a major epidemic witnessed after nearly four years.

Courses of Action:
I. Precautionary measures should be taken after every four years to check this epidemic.
II. People should be advised to drink boiled water during rainy season.

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ourts take too long in deciding important disputes of various departments.

Courses of Action:
I. Courts should be ordered to speed up matters.
II. Special powers should be granted to officers to settle the disputes concerning their departments.