Direction (Q. 1 - 5) : In each question below, there are four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements.

Statements: a. Some books are pens.
                      b. All pens are pencils.
                      c. No pencils are copies.
                      d. Some copies are not calculators.
Conclusions: I. Some books are not calculators.
                       II. No books are copies.
                       III. No pens are copies.
                       IV. Some pencils are not copies.

A.  Only III follows
B.  Only IV follows
C.  Only III and IV follow
D.  III follow
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Statements: a. All books are tables.
                      b. All books are chairs.
                      c. No copies are chairs.
                      d. All chairs are stools.
Conclusions: I. Some copies are tables.
                       II. All books are stools.
                       III. Some stools are not tables.
                       IV. All tables are stools.

A.  Only II follows
B.  Only II and IV follow
C.  All follow except III
D.  None follows
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Statements: a. No cops are police.
                      b. All police are humans.
                      c. All humans are politicians.
                      d. No politicians are doctors.
Conclusions: I. Only politicians are police.
                       II. Only police are politicians.
                       III. No humans are cops.
                       IV. Some cops are not humans.

A.  All follow
B.  Only I follows
C.  Only II follows
D.  None follows
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Statements: a. All jugs are slates.
                      b. All tumblers are slates.
                      c. No slates are pots.
                      d. All pots are cauldrons.
Conclusions: I. Some cauldrons are jugs.
                       II. Some cauldrons are not tumblers.
                       III. Some cauldrons are tumblers.
                       IV. No cauldrons are tumblers.

A.  Only II follows
B.  Either III or IV and either I or II follow
C.  Either HI or IV along with II follows
D.  None follows
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Statements: a. Some bags are charts.
                      b. Some charts are not docks.
                     c. No docks are trees.
                     d. Some trees are bridges.
Conclusions: I. Some docks are not bridges.
                       II. No charts are trees.
                       III. No trees are charts.
                       IV. Some bags are not docks.

A.  None follows
B.  Only I and IV follow
C.  Only IV follows
D.  Only I follows
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In a certain code CUSTOMER is written as CEMOSURT; and BUMPKIN is written as IKMUBNP. How is AVOUCH written in that code ?

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In a certain code ANXIETY is written as TINAXEY. How is COGNATE written in that code ?

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Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?

A.  abnegation
B.  abandonment
C.  desertion
D.  mitigate
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If only the consonants in the word SALE are changed insuch a way that each of them becomes the next letter in the English alphabet and the remaining letters are kept unchanged, then how many meaningful words can be formed with the new set of letters using each letter once and only once in a word ?