1.Statements: H % J , J © N , N @ R

Conclusions:

1. R % J
2. H @ J
3. N @ H

(1) Only II

(2)Only I and III

(3) Only I

(4) Only III

(5) None follows

2.Statement: M @ J , J \$ T , T © N

Conclusions:

1. N # J
2. T % M
3. M @ N

(1) Only I and II

(2) Only II and III

(3) Only I and III

(4) None follows

(5) All follows

3.Statement: D © K , K # F , F @ P

Conclusions:

1. P @ D
2. K # P
3. F \$ D

(1) Only II

(2) Only I and II

(3) Only III

(4) Only II and III

(5) None of These

4.Statement: K # N , N \$ T , T % J

Conclusions:

1. J @ N
2. K @ T
3. T @ K

(1) None follows

(2) Only I and II

(3) Only II and III

(4) Only I and III

(5) None of These

5.Statement: M @ D , D © V , V \$ W

Conclusions:

1. W @ M
2. M % V
3. D \$ W

(1) Only I and II

(2) Only II and III

(3) Only I and III

(4) Only III

(5) None of These

In the following questions (86-90), the symbol ×, ∂, %, ©, @, are used with the following illustrations.

P % Q means P is not smaller than Q

P © Q means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q

P x Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q

P ∂ Q means P is not greater than Q

P @ Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q

6.Statement – R ∂ K ; K x M ; M @ J

Conclusions :

1. J © K
2. M © R
3. R x J
1. Only I & I
2. Only II & III
3. Only I & III
4. All I, II & III
5. None of these

7.Statements – Z @ M ; M © K ; K x F

Conclusions :

1. F © Z
2. K x Z
3. F © M
1. None follows
2. Only I
3. Only II
4. Only III
5. Only II & III

8.Statements – V % H ; H @ F ; F ∂ E

Conclusions :

1. F @ V
2. F x V
3. E % H
1. Only either I or II
2. Only III
3. Only I & II
4. All I, II & III
5. Only either I or II and III

9.Statements – W © T ; T ∂ N ; N % D

Conclusions :

1. D x T
2. W © N
3. D @ T
1. None follows
2. Only I
3. Only II
4. Only III
5. Only I & II

10.Statements – Y @ G ; G © K ; K x R

Conclusions :

1. R © Y
2. K x Y
3. R © G
1. None follows
2. Only I
3. Only II
4. Only III
5. Only II & III