Directions (1-3): Each of the following questions consists of six statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the options thatÂ indicatesÂ a combination where the third statement can be logically deduced from the first two statements and that option will be your answer.

1. i. Â All S are T.
ii. Some T are A.
iii. No A is P.
iv. Some P is R.
v. Â All R is X.
vi. Some X is P.
(a)[ iv, vi, v]
(b)[ i, ii, v]
(c)[ ii, iii, vi]
(d)[ iv, v ,vi]
(e)None is correct
2. i. All R is X.
ii. Some X is P.
iii. No P is Q.
iv. No X is T.
v. Some Q is R.
vi. No R is T.
(a)[ i,ii, v]
(b)[ ii, iii,v]
(c)[ i, iv, vi]
(d)[ iii,v,vi]
(e)None is correct
3. i. Â All A is R.
ii. All X is R.
iii. Some R is X.
iv. Some P is A.
v.Â  Some X is A.
vi. Some P is Z.
(a) [vi, iv, i]
(b)[ i,iii, vi]
(c) [ i, ii, iv]
(d) [i ,v, iii]
(e)None is correct

Directions (4-8): Question consists of five statements followed by five conclusions. Consider the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions does not logically follow from the given statements using all statements together.

Q4. Statements:Â Some starÂ areÂ moon. All moon are apple. No Apple is earth. Some earthÂ is result. All result isÂ exam.

Conclusions: (a) Some star is not earth.
(b)Some moon is not earth.
(c) Some earthÂ areÂ exam.
(d)Â All starÂ being earth is a possibility.
(e) All earth being exam is a possibility.

Q5. Statements:Â Some physics is science. Some science is chemistry. All chemistry is chemical. Some chemical is math. All math is space.

Conclusions:Â (a) All physics being chemical is a possibility.
(b) All science being space is a possibility.
(c) Some science is chemical.
(d) Some chemical is space.
(e) Some physics is space.

Q6. Statements:Â Some sky is blue. All blue is good. Some good is best. No best is pink. All pink isÂ colour.

Conclusions:Â (a)Â All skyÂ being best is a possibility.
(b) Some good is not pink.
(c) All best beingÂ colourÂ is a possibility.
(d) All blue being best is a possibility.
(e) Some sky is best.

Q7. Statements:Â Some life is a book. All book isÂ page. No page isÂ pen. Some pen is mobile. No mobile isÂ network.

Conclusions:Â (a) Some life is not pen.
(b) All book being pen is a possibility.
(c) Some pen is notÂ network.
(d) Some book is not pen.
(e) Some life isÂ page.

Q8. Statements:Â Some result is waiting. All waiting is hesitating. Some hesitating is sorrow. Some result is good. All good isÂ job.

Conclusions:Â (a) Some job are result.
(b) All waiting being sorrow is a possibility.
(c) All good being waiting is a possibility.
(d) Some good is hesitating.
(e) Some result is hesitating.

Directions (9-10): In each question, a set of six statements is given, followed by five answer choices. Each of the answer choices has a combination of three statements from the given set of six statements. You are required to identify the answer choice in which the statements are logically related.

Q9. Statements:
I. All man is mortal.
II. Some student is young.
III. All student is college.
IV. Some young is not mortal.
V. Â No student is young.
VI. Â Some mortal is young.

(a)Â III,I,II
(b) I,Â VI,III
(c)Â IV ,I,Â III
(d) II, IV, I
(e) None of these

Q10. Statements:
I. NoÂ labourÂ is work.
II. All work is hard.
III. Some hard is strong.
IV. No strong is human.
V. Some human is work.
VI. Some work is wrong.

(a)Â I,II,Â IV
(b)Â I,VI,Â III
(c)Â II ,VI,Â I
(d)Â III ,V,Â I
(e) None of these

Directions (11-12): In the questions below are given some conclusions followed by five set of statements. You have to choose the correct set of statements that logically satisfies given conclusions either definitely or possibly. Assume the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.

Q11. Conclusions:Â All dog isÂ cat. No horse isÂ boy.

Statements:
(a) Â All horse isÂ rat. No rat isÂ boy. Some boy isÂ cat. All cat isÂ dog. Some dog isÂ elephant.
(b) All rat isÂ elephant. Some elephant isÂ cat. Some cat isÂ boy. All boy isÂ dog. No dog isÂ horse.
(c) All dog isÂ boy. All boy isÂ cat. Some horse isÂ elephant. All elephant isÂ rat. No horse isÂ cat.
(d) Some rat isÂ elephant. All elephant isÂ boy. Some boy isÂ horse. No horse isÂ cat. All cat isÂ dog.
(e) None of these.

Q12. Conclusions:Â Some train isÂ bus. No station isÂ platform.

Statements:
(a) Some queenÂ is train. No train isÂ station. All bus isÂ station. Some station isÂ platform. All platform isÂ road.
(b) All queen isÂ station. All platformÂ is train. Some train isÂ bus. All bus isÂ road. No stationÂ is train.
(c) Some queenÂ is train. All train isÂ road. No road isÂ platform. Some platform isÂ bus. No bus isÂ station.
(d) Some queenÂ is train. No train isÂ bus. No bus isÂ road. Some road isÂ station. All station isÂ platform.
(e) None of these.

Directions (13-15): In each of the questions below is given four statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Q13. Statements:
Some village is street.
All streetÂ is block.
No block isÂ city.
All cityÂ is state.
Conclusions:
I. Some villageÂ is block.
II. No street isÂ city.
III. No blockÂ is state.
(a)Â Only I and II follows
(b) Only I and III follows
(c) Only II and III follows
(d) All I, II and III follows
(e) None of these

Q14. Statements:
Some electionÂ areÂ important.
Some important is corrupt.
All corrupt isÂ politician.
Some politician is criminal.
Conclusions:
I. Some election is criminal.
II. Some important is criminal.
III. Some election isÂ politician.
(a) Only I and II follows
(b) Only II and III follows
(c) Only I and III follows
(d) All, I, II and III follows
(e) None is true.

Q15. Statements:
Some holy isÂ festival.
SomeÂ festiwalÂ is enjoyment.
Some enjoyment isÂ colourful.
SomeÂ colourfulÂ is happiness.
Conclusions:
I. Some holy is happiness
II. SomeÂ festivalÂ isÂ colourful
III. Some enjoyment is happiness.
(a) None follows
(b) Only I follows
(c) Only II follows
(d) Only III follows
(e) Only II and III follows