What is the best answer to a question, ‘How do so many students manage to get such a huge score by attempting so many questions?’ As teachers, whatever answers we think of and even as students, whatever answers we get narrowed down upon just one answer! PRACTICE, CONSISTENT and FOCUSSED PRACTICE!! After going through the entire course material that we have, instead of feeling confident we must feel curious. Curious as in what new pattern can be derived out of the basics that we have already studied, how much extra time would a set take if it were modified a bit and we are brought out of our comfort zone. All this analysis is possible only when one goes through regular practice and keeps attempting new sets of Venn Diagrams, Inequalities etc… Solve these questions and enjoy! 🙂

1Question 1

Directions: Solve the following inequalities and select your answer from the options given in the question:

1. Q>V≥L; L<M<N; T<L≥S

Conclusions:
(1) T<N
(2) V>S

(1) If only conclusion II is true
(2) If only conclusion I is true
(3) If both conclusions I and II are true
(4) If either conclusion I or II is true
(5) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

2Question 2

Directions: Solve the following inequalities and select your answer from the options given in the question:

2. Z≤M≤L; L<Q>R; L≤P<T; P≤Y≤S; Y≤X<N

Conclusions:
(1) Z<X
(2) X=Z

(1) If only conclusion II is true
(2) If only conclusion I is true
(3) If both conclusions I and II are true
(4) If either conclusion I or II is true
(5) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

3Question 3

Directions: Solve the following inequalities and select your answer from the options given in the question:

Conclusions:
(1) #>%
(2) #>*

(1) If only conclusion II is true
(2) If only conclusion I is true
(3) If both conclusions I and II are true
(4) If either conclusion I or II is true
(5) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

4Question 4

Directions: Solve the following inequalities and select your answer from the options given in the question:

4. M>Q<R; R>W; R≥S<N; R>T; Q≤L<S

Conclusions:
(1) S>N
(2) S≤N

(1) If only conclusion II is true
(2) If only conclusion I is true
(3) If both conclusions I and II are true
(4) If either conclusion I or II is true
(5) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

5Question 5

Directions: Solve the following inequalities and select your answer from the options given in the question:

5. Z≤M≤L; L<Q>R; L≤P<T; P≤Y≤S; Y≤X<N

Conclusions:
(1) Z>R
(2) Z=R

(1) If only conclusion II is true
(2) If only conclusion I is true
(3) If both conclusions I and II are true
(4) If either conclusion I or II is true
(5) If neither conclusion I nor II is true

6Question 6

Directions: In the question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions. Taking the statements to be true select the conclusions that logically follow:

6. Statements:

• No Re-statement are conclusion
• Some conclusion are definite
• Some definite are possibility

Conclusions:
(I) Some definite can never be Re-statement
(II) Some possibility are Re-statement

1) If only conclusion (I) follows
2) If only conclusion (II) follows
3) If both conclusions (I) and (II) follow
4) If either (I) or (II) follows
5) If neither (I) nor (II) follows

7Question 7

Directions: In the question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions. Taking the statements to be true select the conclusions that logically follow:

7. Statements:

• Some corridor are lawns
• All lawns are grounds
• Some ground are parks

Conclusions:
(I) Some grounds are lawns
(II) Some grounds being corridor is a possibility

1) If only conclusion (I) follows
2) If only conclusion (II) follows
3) If both conclusions (I) and (II) follow
4) If either (I) or (II) follows
5) If neither (I) nor (II) follows

8Question 8

Directions: In the question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions. Taking the statements to be true select the conclusions that logically follow:

8. Statements:

• Some students are good
• All back benchers are good
• Some students are great

Conclusions:
(I) Some great are good
(II) Some back benchers being student is a possibility

1) If only conclusion (I) follows
2) If only conclusion (II) follows
3) If both conclusions (I) and (II) follow
4) If either (I) or (II) follows
5) If neither (I) nor (II) follows

9Question 9

Directions: In the question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions. Taking the statements to be true select the conclusions that logically follow:

9. Statements:

• All gels are ball
• Some balls are fence
• All dance are fence

Conclusions:
(I) Some dance are ball
(II) All dance being gel is a possibility

1) If only conclusion (I) follows
2) If only conclusion (II) follows
3) If both conclusions (I) and (II) follow
4) If either (I) or (II) follows
5) If neither (I) nor (II) follows

10Question 10

Directions: In the question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions. Taking the statements to be true select the conclusions that logically follow:

10. Statements:

• Some lays are pringles
• All pringles are bakers
• Some gourmet are lays

Conclusions:
(I) Some bakers are gourmet
(II) Some gourmet are definitely pringles

1) If only conclusion (I) follows
2) If only conclusion (II) follows
3) If both conclusions (I) and (II) follow
4) If either (I) or (II) follows
5) If neither (I) nor (II) follows

1. 2
2. 4
3. 1
4. 4
5. 5
6. 1
7. 1
8. 2
9. 2
10. 5

5 (100%) 1 vote
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