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Reasoning Puzzle Quiz Set - 58

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Reasoning Puzzle Quiz Set - 58

Directions: In the following questions, only one Conclusion is given and five statements are given as a), b), c), d) and e. From this you have to take the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given statement logically follows.

Q1. Conclusions:
Some desks are pencils is a possibility
Some mountains are jungles
Some mountains are desks
Some jungles are kites.
a) Statements: All pencils are kites. No kites are desks. All desks are jungles. All jungles are mountains
b) Statements: No pencils are kites. No kites are desks. All desks are jungles. All jungles are mountains
c) Statements: Some pencils are kites. Some kites are desks. All desks are jungles. All jungles are mountains
d) Statements: Some pencils are kites. Some kites are desks. No desks are jungles. No jungles are mountains
e) Statements: Some pencils are kites. Some kites are desks. Some desks are jungles. Some jungles are mountains

Q2. Conclusions:
Some roads are boards
Some boards are papers is a possibility
Some roads are clips is a possibility
Some roads are lanes
a) Statements: No papers are clips. Some clips are bonds. Some boards are lanes. No lanes are roads
b) Statements: All papers are clips. All clips are bonds. No boards are lanes. All lanes are roads
c) Statements: Some papers are clips. No clips are bonds. No boards are lanes. Some lanes are roads
D) Statements: No papers are clips. Some clips are not bonds. Some boards are not lanes. All lanes are roads
e) Statements: All papers are clips. Some clips are bonds. Some boards are lanes. All lanes are roads

Q3. Conclusions:
Some buses are tyres
Some tyres are pens is a possibility
Some buses are wheels
Some clocks are wheels
a) Statements: All pens are clocks. Some clocks are tyres. All tyres are wheels. All wheels are buses
b) Statements: Some pens are clocks. Some clocks are tyres. All tyres are wheels. No wheels are buses
c) Statements: All pens are clocks. Some clocks are tyres. All tyres are not wheels. No wheels are buses
D) Statements: No pens are clocks. Some clocks are tyres. No tyres are wheels. All wheels are buses
e) Statements: All pens are clocks. All clocks are tyres. No tyres are wheels. No wheels are buses

Q4. Conclusions:
Some windows are rings
No stone is a ring
Some windows are doors
Some doors are rings
a) Statements: Some stones are hammers. Some hammer is a ring. Some rings are doors. All doors are windows
b) Statements: All stones are hammers. No hammer is a ring. Some rings are doors. All doors are windows
c) Statements: All stones are hammers. No hammer is a ring. No rings are doors. No doors are windows
D) Statements: All stones are hammers. All hammer is a ring. Some rings are doors. All doors are windows
e) Statements: Some stones are hammers. No hammer is a ring. Some rings are doors. All doors are windows

Q5. Conclusions:
Some sticks are store is a possibility
Some chains are baskets
Some chains are sticks
All stores are sticks is a possibility
a) Statements: Some stores are baskets. Some baskets are sticks. Some sticks are chains.
b) Statements: All stores are baskets. Some baskets are not sticks. Some sticks are chains
c) Statements: No stores are baskets. All baskets are sticks. All sticks are chains
D) Statements: All stores are baskets. Some baskets are sticks. All sticks are chains
e) Statements: All stores are baskets. No baskets are sticks. All sticks are chains

Q6. Conclusions:
Some ropes are desks
Some ropes are chairs
Some walls are ropes
Some desks are walls is a possibility
a) Statements: No desks are chairs. All chairs are ropes. Some ropes are walls
b) Statements: Some desks are chairs. All chairs are ropes. Some ropes are walls
c) Statements: All desks are chairs. All chairs are ropes. No ropes are walls
D) Statements: Some desks are not chairs. All chairs are ropes. Some ropes are not walls
e) Statements: No desks are chairs. Some chairs are ropes. All ropes are walls

Q7. Conclusions:
Some cars are rooms
Some roads are rooms
Some cars are wires
Some cars are roads
a) Statements: Some rooms are wires. No wires are roads. Some roads are cars
b) Statements: All rooms are wires. Some wires are roads. Some roads are cars
c) Statements: All rooms are wires. No wires are roads. All roads are cars
D) Statements: All rooms are wires. All wires are roads. All roads are cars
e) Statements: Some rooms are wires. Some wires are roads. Some roads are cars

Q8. Conclusions:
No table is a box
Some mats are not pencils
Some mats are not tables
Some pencils are tables
a) Statements: All tables are pencils. No pencil is box. Some boxes are mats
b) Statements: All tables are pencils. All pencil is box. All boxes are mats
c) Statements: Some tables are pencils. All pencils are boxes. Some boxes are mats
D) Statements: Some tables are pencils. No table is box. All boxes are mats
e) Statements: No table is pencils. All Boxes are Pencils. Some boxes are not mats

Q9. Conclusions:
Some books are chairs
Some chairs are books
Some pens are books
Some tables are chairs
a) Statements: Some books are not pens. All pens are chairs. Some chairs are tables
b) Statements: All books are pens. All pens are chairs. Some chairs are tables
c) Statements: Some books are pens. All pens are chairs. Some chairs are tables
D) Statements: No books are pens. All pens are chairs. Some chairs are tables
e) Statements: Some books are pens. No pens are chairs. No chairs are tables

Q10. Conclusions:
Some cars are buses
Some buses are cars
some jeeps are trucks
All jeeps are trucks
a) Statements: No cars are jeeps. Some jeeps are buses. No buses are trucks
b) Statements: All cars are jeeps. Some jeeps are buses. Some buses are not trucks
c) Statements: All cars are jeeps. No jeeps are buses. Some buses are trucks
D) Statements: All cars are jeeps. All jeeps are buses. All buses are trucks
e) Statements: No cars are jeeps. All jeeps are buses. All buses are trucks

Answers:
A1. C

A2. E

A3. A

A4. C

A5. B

A6. B

A7. C

A8. D

A9. E

A10. A