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SYLLOGISM Questions PDF Download

Posted on : July 4th 2019, 12:51 pm

SYLLOGISM Questions PDF Download

SYLLOGISM Questions PDF Download: Syllogism (also commonly referred as syllogistic reasoning) is one of the important topics asked in reasoning section of IBPS PO exam. Questions from this topic have high weightage in the marks distribution which means that it can be mark fetching if you perform well. This article on IBPS PO Syllogism Questions with Answers FREE PDF Download with help you score well in this section.

Syllogism questions are usually time taking because of the associated complexity. That hampers your productivity in other topics/ sections and you tend to lose time. Scores in syllogism can either make or break your performance in the exam and have a major impact.

What is Syllogism?

Syllogism is a question of verbal and is frequently asked in a competitive examinations in the Reasoning Section. The syllogism questions will comprise of one or more statements followed by some conclusions. You have to find which conclusions logically follow the given statements.

Rules to solve Syllogism questions 

Let us take a quick glance at some of the main rules to solve Syllogism Problems:

  • All+All => All.
  • All+No => No.
  • All+Some => No Conclusion.
  • Some+All => Some.
  • Some+No =>  Some Not.
  • Some+Some =>  No Conclusion.

If the conclusion provided in the question is in “Possibility” case then you must proceed as per the rules given below-

  • If All A are B => Some B are Not A is a Possibility.
  • If Some B are Not A => All A are B is a Possibility.
  • If Some A are B => All A are B is a Possibility & All B are A is a Possibility.

In possibilities cases, we need to create all possibilities to find whether the given conclusion is possible or not. If it is possible and satisfies the given statement than given conclusion will follow otherwise conclusion will not follow.


Tips and Tricks to solve syllogism questions in IBPS PO

IBPS PO Syllogism Questions with Answers FREE PDF Download will help you get ideal tips to solve syllogism questions in IBPS PO exam. In this section, you will generally get 4-5 questions from this section in IBPS PO.

  • Always make venn diagrams for easy representation of the information in the question. Read all the statements given in the question one by one.
  • Try to figure out how to draw Venn Diagrams for each statement.
  • Observe if there are any familiar concept or statement in the given syllogism.
  • Finding the conclusion will be your next step.
  • Figure out how to draw a conclusion for each concept/statement.
  • You need not memorize any statement or conclusion.
  • Make sure you understand the concept well and draw the venn diagram accordingly.
  • The major part is to attempt the questions in a sequential manner.
  • Take IBPS PO practice test for better preparation.

(Direction 1 – 10): In the question below are given some statements followed by some conclusions. 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.
  1. Statements:
    Some physics is English.
    No English is maths.
    All maths are economics.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some physics is not maths.
    II. Some English can be economics.
    III. Some economics is not English.
    1) If only conclusion II follows
    2) If both conclusions II and III follow
    3) If both conclusions I and III follow
    4) If both conclusions I and II follow
    5) If all conclusions follows
  2. Statements:
    Some red are blue.
    All white are blue.
    All yellow are red.
    Some white are orange.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some white are yellow.
    II. Some orange are definitely red.
    III. At least some blue are orange.1) If both conclusions I and III follow
    2) If only conclusion III follows
    3) If both conclusions I and II follow
    4) If both conclusions II and III follow
    5) If all conclusions follows


  3. Statements:
    No leader is voter.
    Some leaders are beautiful.
    Some voters are ugly.
    All beautiful are nice.
    Conclusions:
    I. All leaders are beautiful.
    II. Some beautiful are definitely not voters.
    III. Some ugly are definitely not beautiful.1) If only conclusion II follows
    2) If both conclusions I and III follow
    3) If both conclusions II and III follow
    4) If all conclusions follow
    5) If both conclusions I and II follow

 

  1. Statements:
    Some cars are buses.
    All cars are scooters.
    No scooter is a truck.
    Conclusions:
    I. No truck is a car.
    II. Some trucks are buses.
    III. Some buses are cars.
    IV. Some scooters are buses.1) Both I and III follow
    2) Both II and III follow
    3) I, III and IV follow
    4) Both II and IV follow
    5) All follows

 

  1. Statements:
    Some leaders are voters.
    All donkeys are monkeys.
    Some voters are not donkey.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some voters are not monkey.
    II. Some monkeys are not donkey is a possibility.
    III. Some monkeys are leaders.1) Only I follows
    2) Both I and II follow
    3) Only II follows
    4) Both I and III follow
    5) Only III follows

 

  1. Statements:
    All blue are green.
    Some yellow are green.
    All red are yellow.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some red are blue.
    II. All red are blue.
    III. All blue are yellow.
    IV. Some green are red.1) All follow
    2) Both I and II follow
    3) Either I or II follows
    4) Only III and Either I or II follows
    5) None follows
     
  1. Statements:
    All perks are fees.
    Some wages are fees.
    All comforts are wages.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some comforts are perks.
    II. All comforts are perks.
    III. All perks are wages.
    IV. Some fees are comforts.1) All follow
    2) Both I and II follow
    3) Either I or II follows
    4) Only III and Either I or II follows
    5) None follows
  2. Statements:
    No child is grown.
    Some grown are old.
    All grown are elders.
    Conclusions:
    I. Some elders are old.
    II. No old is elder.
    III. Some old being children is a possibility.1) Only I follows
    2) Both I and III follow
    3) Only III follows
    4) All follows
    5) Only II follows
  3. Statements:
    All hills are mountains.
    Some rocks are mountains.
    All rocks are ropes.
    Conclusions:
    I. All hills are ropes.
    II. No hill is a rope.
    III. Some ropes are definitely hills.1) Only I follows
    2) Either I or II follows
    3) Only III follows
    4) Either II or III follows
    5) Only II follows
  4. Statements:
    Some risks are stocks.
    All risks are defaults.
    No default is a debt.
    Conclusions:
    I. No debt is a risk.
    II. Some debts are stocks.
    III. Some stocks are risks.
    IV. Some defaults are stocks.1) Both I and III follow
    2) Both II and III follow
    3) I, III and IV follow
    4) Both II and IV follow
    5) All follows