# Reverse Syllogism for IBPS PO Main

## Reverse Syllogism for IBPS PO Main

Directions (1-7): Each question consists of two conclusions followed by five groups of statements. Consider the given conclusions to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide from which statement the conclusion can be drawn.
1.  Conclusions:
I. Some sections are arrows.
II. No dot is direction.
Statements:
1. Some dots are arrows. All dots are sections. No section is a direction.
2. Some dots are arrows. Some dots are sections. No section is a direction.
3. No dot is an arrow. All dots are sections. No section is a direction.
4. Some dots are arrows. All dots are sections. Some sections are directions.
5. None of these
2. Conclusions:
I. Some rats are monkeys.
II. Some monkeys are cats.
Statements:
1. Some cats are dogs. All dogs are monkeys. No monkey is a rat.
2. No cat is a dog. All dogs are monkeys. All monkeys are rats.
3. All cats are dogs. All dogs are monkeys. Some monkeys are rats.
4. Some cats are dogs. Some dogs are monkeys. Some monkeys are rats.
5. No cat is a dog. No dog is a monkey. Some monkeys are rats.
3. Conclusions:
I. Some sketches being lines is a possibility.
II. Some points are not arts.
Statements:
1. No art is a line. No sketch is an art. All points are sketches.
2. Some arts are lines. No sketch is an art. All points are sketches.
3. Some arts are lines. No sketch is an art. Some points are not sketches.
4. Some arts are lines. Some sketches are arts. All points are sketches.
5. None of these
4. Conclusions:
I. Some puzzles are answers.
II. All questions being problems is a possibility.
Statements:
1. Some questions are puzzles. All questions are answers. No answer is a problem.
2. All questions are puzzles. No question is an answer. No answer is a problem.
3. All questions are puzzles. Some questions are answers. No answer is a problem.
4. No question is a puzzle. All questions are answers. No answer is a problem.
5. Some questions are not puzzles. All questions are answers. No answer is a problem.
5. Conclusions:
I. All files being papers is a possibility.
II. All files are sheets.
Statements:
1. All cards are sheets. All files are cards. Some sheets are papers.
2. Some cards are sheets. All files are cards. Some sheets are papers.
3. All cards are sheets. All files are cards. No sheet is a paper.
4. Some cards are not sheets. All files are cards. Some sheets are papers.
5. None of these
6. Conclusions:
I. At least some sofas being tables is a possibility.
II. Some tables are beds.
Statements:
1. All sofas are beds. Some beds are tables. Some tables are chairs.
2. All sofas are beds. Some beds are not tables. Some tables are chairs.
3. No sofa is a bed. Some beds are tables. Some tables are chairs.
4. All sofas are beds. No bed is a table. Some tables are chairs.
5. None of these
7. Conclusions:
I. Some pages are not pen.
II. No book is a paper.
Statements:
1. Some papers are pens. No pen is a book. All books are pages.
2. Some papers are not pen. No pen is a book. All books are pages.
3. All papers are pen. All pens are books. All books are pages.
4. All papers are pen. No pen is a book. All books are pages.
5. None of these

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