# Crack IBPS PO : Syllogism : Reasoning day 66

D.1-3) Study the following information to answer the given questions.

Q.1) Statements:

Some tulips are turmeric, no tulip is eucalypts, all neem are eucalypts, some mahagonies are neem

Conclusions:

I. Generally eucalypts are mahagony

II. Some turmeric are not mahagony

III. Some eucalyptuses are turmeric

IV. Some tulip are not neem

V. Every tulip can be neem

a) Conclusion I and V follow

b) Conclusion IV and V follow

c) Conclusion I, IV and V follow

d) Conclusion I and IV follow

e) None of these

d) Conclusion I and IV follow

Q.2) Statements:

All typhoons are hurricane Wilma, each hurricane Wilma are phailin, No patricia are hurricane Wilma, some hurricane Wilma are gafilo.

Conclusions:

I. Almost typhoons are gafilo

II. No patricia is typhoon

III. Some hurricane Wilma are not phailin

IV. Some patricia are not gafilo

V. every gafilo are Patricia is a possibility

a) Conclusion I and IV follow

b) Conclusion II and III follow

c) Conclusion II and V follow

d) Conclusion V only follows

e) Conclusion II only follows

e) Conclusion II only follows

Q.3) Statements:

No ebay is amazon, no amazon is tradus, all mynthra is tradus, some flipkart is amazon.

Conclusions:

I. No flipkart is ebay

II. Some amazon are not mynthra

III. All tradus are flipkart is a possibility

IV. Some ebay is flipkart

V. No mynthra is flipkart

a) Conclusion II and III follow

b) Conclusion I and IV follow

c) Conclusion II, III and either I or IV follows

d) Conclusion III and IV follow

e) None of these

c) Conclusion II, III and either I or IV follows

D.4-8) Study the given information and answer the following questions:

When the numbers arrangement machine is given an input line of numbers, it arranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of an input and rearrangement.

 Input: 71 45 89 62 57 94 33 19 68 Step I: 8 9 17 8 12 13 6 10 14 Step II: 7 20 72 12 35 36 9 9 48 Step III: 5041 2025 7921 3844 3249 8836 1089 361 4624 Step IV: 6 1 1 4 2 5 0 8 2 Step V: 64 81 289 64 144 169 36 100 196 Step VI: 8 9 8 8 3 4 6 1 5 Step VII: 284 180 356 248 228 376 132 76 272 Step VIII: 171 145 189 162 157 194 133 119 168

Step VIII is the last step of the above arrangement as the intended arrangement is obtained. As per the rules followed in the given steps, find out the appropriate steps for the given input.

Q.4) What should be the third step of the following input?

Input: 23 91 72 35 83 61 49 53

a) 529 8281 5184 1225 6809 3721 2401 2809

b) 529 5184 8281 1225 2401 3701 6889 2809

c) 529 8281 5184 1225 3721 2401 6889 2809

d) 529 8281 5184 1225 6889 3721 2401 2809

e) None of these

Logic  square of the given numbers in the input.

Step III: 529 8281 5184 1225 6889 3721 2401 2809

Q.5) Which of the following element is fifth from the right end in Step VII for the following input?

Input: 23 91 72 35 83 61 49 53

a) 332

b) 244

c) 140

d) 92

e) None of these

Logic multiple by 4 in the given numbers in the input

Step VII: 92 364 288 140 332 3721 2401 2809

Fifth from right end = 140

Q.6) Which of the following logic using in step V?

a) Square of the given numbers in the input.

b) Square of the digits of sum of the given numbers in the input.

c) Square of the difference between digits of each numbers of the input.

d) Square of the single digit of the each numbers of the input.

e) None of these.

Square of the digits of sum of the given numbers in the input.

Q.7) What is the total sum of all the numbers in step IV of the following input?

Input: 48 29 85 93 67 58 61 72.

a) 43

b) 35

c) 47

d) 36

e) None of these

Logic: Difference between digits of each numbers of the input

Step IV: 4 7 3 6 1 3 5 5

= 4 + 7 + 3 + 6 + 1 + 3 + 5 + 5 = 34

Q.8) If step VII is “148 372 176 212 268 296 92” then which of the following is input?

a) None of these

b) Cannot be determine

c) 37 53 67 74 93 44 23

d) 37 93 44 53 67 74 23

e) 37 93 44 53 74 67 23

Logic: Divided by 4 in the given numbers in the step-VII

Input: 37 93 44 53 67 74 23

Q.9) Each of the following questions consists of a statement followed by two arguments I and II. You have to decide which of the argument is Strong argument.

Statement: Should ‘computer knowledge’ be made a compulsory subject for all the students at secondary school level?

Arguments:

I) No, our need is ‘bread’ for everyone, we cannot follow western models.

II) Yes. We cannot compete in the international market without equipping our children with computers.

a) Only argument I is strong

b) Only argument II is strong

c) Either I or II is strong

d) Neither I nor II is strong

e) Both I and II are strong

Argument I does not follow because it makes less sense with regards to the statement.

Argument II follows since it is true that computer education is mandatory for our children in order to face competition in international level by them.

Q.10) Each of the questions below consists of a question and statements given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read all the three statements and give answer

Out of six fruits Apple, Mango, Grapes, Strawberry, Rasberry and Dragon fruit, which of the fruit is liked by Begam? (A person’s name should not be the same with the first letter of the fruit that she likes. Six friends Akshaya, Rihana, Mitra, Yasmine, Begam and Priya like six different fruits each like one fruit)

I. Begam does not like strawberry while Yasmine likes either Strawberry or Apple

II. Akshaya likes Grapes while Mitra likes either Mango or Strawberry. Priya likes either Mango or Apple.

III. Rihana does not like Strawberry but the person who likes Rasberry is either Begam or Yasmine.

Which of the following statements are sufficient to answer the above question?

a) Only I and II together are sufficient

b) Only I and III together are sufficient

c) Any two statements together are sufficient

d) All three statements are required

e) All together even are not sufficient