Monday, 27 March 2017

REASONING:SYLLOGISM&CODING DECODING NEW PATTERN

Direction (Q 1 – 5): 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.

1). Conclusions:
No knives is a sword
Some tails are not oils
Some tails are not knives
Some oils are knives

a) Statements:
Some knives are oils
No oils is sword
Some swords are tails

b) Statements:
All knives are oils
No oils is sword
No swords are tails

c) Statements:
No knives are oils
No oils is sword
Some swords are tails

d) Statements:
All knives are oils
No oils is sword
Some swords are tails

e) Statements:
All knives are oils
Some oils is sword
Some swords are tails
  
2). Conclusions:
Some greens are fruits
Some jungles are fruits
All parts are greens
Some greens are parts

a) Statements:
Some fruits are parts
All parts are jungles
All jungles are greens

b) Statements:
Some fruits are parts
All parts are jungles
Some jungles are greens

c) Statements:
Some fruits are parts
No parts are jungles
Some jungles are greens

d) Statements:
Some fruits are parts
Some parts are jungles
All jungles are greens

e) Statements:
Some fruits are parts
Some parts are jungles
Some jungles are greens

3). Conclusions:
Some racks are books is a possibility
Some desks are pens
All pens are racks is a possibility
Some pens are books

a) Statements:
No books are pens
Some pens are desks
No desks are racks

b) Statements:
Some books are pens
All pens are desks
No desks are racks

c) Statements:
Some books are pens
No pens are desks
Some desks are racks

d) Statements:
All books are pens
No pens are desks
Some desks are racks

e) Statements:
Some books are pens
Some pens are desks
Some desks are racks

4). Conclusions:
Some nuts are buildings
Some rooms are nuts is a possibility
Some nuts are not mouse
Some building is a room is a possibility

a) Statements:
Some room is mouse
Some mouse is building
Some buildings are nuts

b) Statements:
All room is mouse
All mouse is building
No buildings are nuts

c) Statements:
No room is mouse
No mouse is building
Some buildings are nuts

d) Statements:
Some room is mouse
Some mouse is building
No buildings are nuts

e) Statements:
Some room is mouse
No mouse is building
No buildings are nuts

5). Conclusions:
Some toys are roads
Some drawers are houses
Some drawers are toys
Some roads are houses

a) Statements:
Some houses are drawers
Some roads are drawers
All toys are drawers

b) Statements:
All houses are drawers
Some roads are houses
All roads are toys

c) Statements:
No houses are drawers
All roads are drawers
All toys are drawers

d) Statements:
Some houses are drawers
All roads are drawers
Some toys are drawers

e) Statements:
All houses are drawers
No roads are drawers
No toys are drawers

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions
In a certain code language
" The argument depends on "  is written as "%M02,  &D06, #R42 , !S56.
" Haiti and Honduras are " is written as  "$C06,  *R56, %H20, @D06 .
 "Academics do not make " is written as "#R72,  !S06,  &D12, %N02 .
" Many banks have put " is written as " *D12 ,   @S06,  #X12, !R20.

6). What is the code for ‘Haiti’ in the given code language?
a)   $C06
b)   %H20
c)   *R56
d)   @D06
e)   None of these

7). What is the code for ‘#X12, !S56’ in the given code language?
a)   on put
b)   do the
c)   banks depends
d)   many argument
e)   None of these

8). What may be the possible word for ‘*R56, #R72,!R20 ’ in the given code language?
a)   Honduras make banks
b)   have and do
c)   Honduras academics banks
d)   have academics banks
e)   None of these

9). What may be the possible code for ‘depends have’ in the given code language?
a)   #R42, *D12
b)   !S56, #X12
c)   #R42, @S06
d)   &D06, *D12
e)   None of these

10). What is the code for ‘do the put’ in the given code language?
a)   !S06, #R42, #X12
b)   %N02, &D06, @S06
c)   &D12, !S56, !R20
d)   &D12, #R42, #X12
e)   None of these

ANSWERS

1)D 2)A 3)E 4)C 5)B

Direction (06-10):

The logic for all the above code is: 
The letter denotes the previous letter of the last letter of each word
Like “make” – Last letter “E” – Previous letter of E is D
The number denotes the number of letters multiply with previous number
Like “Many” – Number of letters – 4 = 4 × 3 = 12
And rest of the one symbol and can be anything.
6.  b)  7.  d)  8.  c)  9.  a)  10.  b)