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1.

Direction (Q. 1 - 5): In each of the following questions, the symbols @, ©, * ,. $and #, are used with the following meaning. ‘P@Q’ means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q. ‘P ©Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’. ‘P * Q’ means P is not greater than Q. ‘P$ Q’ means P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q.
P # Q means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’.
Given below them is /are definitely true.

Statements : V * F, F#R, R©G
Conclusions : I. G#V     II. G@V

If only conclusion I is true
If only conclusion II is true
if either conclusion I or II true
if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II true

2.

Statments : W©A, B*A, B @ M
Conclusions : I. B#W    II. W$B If only conclusion I is true If only conclusion II is true if either conclusion I or II true if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II true  View Answer Discuss in Forum 3. Statements : J*M M$N, N#T
Conclusions : I. T@J    II. T$J If only conclusion I is true If only conclusion II is true if either conclusion I or II true if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II true  View Answer Discuss in Forum 4. Statements : Z#N, F©N, F*K Conclusions : I. K$N    II. K@Z

If only conclusion I is true
If only conclusion II is true
if either conclusion I or II true
if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II true

5.

Statements : D$T, T©M, M # K Conclusions : I. M$ D     II. D@M

If only conclusion I is true
If only conclusion II is true
if either conclusion I or II true
if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II true

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Direction (Q. 6 - 10): In each question below are three statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide, which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Then decide which of the answer s (1), (2), (3) and (4) is the correct answer.

Statements : All grapes are mangoes
Some oranges are mangoes
Some leaves are oranges
Conclusions : I. Some leaves are mangoes
II. Some oranges are grapes
III. Some leaves are grapes

Only I follows
Only II follows
Only III follows
None of these

7.

Statements : Some trains are coaches
Some coaches are wheels
All wheels are stations
Conclusions : I. Some stations are trains
II. Some stations are coaches
III. Some wheels are trains

None follows
Only I and II follow
Only II follows
Only II and III follow

8.

Statements : All books are garments
Some garments are houses
All houses are vehicles
Conclusions : I. Some vehicles are garments
II. Some houses are books
III. Some vehicles are books

All follow
Only I follows
Only II follows
Only I and II follow

9.

Statements : All kites are crows
All crows are bananas
All bananas are apples
Conclusions : I. Some apples are kites
II. All bananas are kites
III. Some apples are crows

All follow
Only I follows
Only III follows
Only I and III follow

10.

Statements : All pens is mirrors
All pencils are mirrors
No mirror is tree
Conclusion : I. No pen is tree
II. No tree is pencil
III. Some mirrors are pencils

None follows
Only I and II follow
Only II and III follow
All follow