# Crack SBI Clerk / IDBI Executive 2018 – Logical Reasoning (Alpha Numeric Series & Syllogism) Day-51

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Crack SBI Clerk / IDBI Executive 2018 – Logical Reasoning ( Alpha Numeric Series & Syllogism) Day-51

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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:
Some tables are desks
Some squares are desks is a possibility
Some tables are plastics
Some squares are plastics is a possibility
a) Statements:
Some desks are plastics
Some plastics are tables
Some tables are squares
b) Statements:
Some desks are plastics
Some plastics are tables
All tables are squares
c) Statements:
Some desks are plastics
All plastics are tables
Some tables are squares
d) Statements:
Some desks are plastics
No plastics are tables
Some tables are squares
e) Statements:
All desks are plastics
No plastics are tables
All tables are squares
2. Conclusions:
No sweet is a pencil
Some dark are not sweets
Some boxes are sweets
Some dark are pencils
a) Statements:
All sweets are boxes
All boxes are pencil
Some pencils are dark
b) Statements:
All sweets are boxes
No box is pencil
No pencils are dark
c) Statements:
Some sweets are boxes
All boxes are pencil
Some pencils are dark
d) Statements:
All sweets are boxes
No box is pencil
Some pencils are dark
e) Statements:
Some sweets are boxes
Some box is pencil
Some pencils are dark
3. Conclusions:
Some silvers are books is a possibility
Some chains are guides
Some guides are silvers is a possibility
Some silvers are chains
a) Statements:
Some books are guides
Some guides are chains
No chains are silvers
b) Statements:
Some books are guides
No guides are chains
All chains are silvers
c) Statements:
All books are guides
No guides are chains
All chains are silvers
d) Statements:
All books are guides
No guides are chains
No chains are silvers
e) Statements:
Some books are guides
Some guides are chains
Some chains are silvers
4. Conclusions:
Some lines are roofs
Some lens are lines is a possibility
Some lenses are photographs
Some photographs are roofs is a possibility
a) Statements:
All roofs are lines
Some lines are photographs
Some photographs are lens
b) Statements:
All roofs are lines
Some lines are photographs
No photographs are lens
c) Statements:
No roofs are lines
All lines are photographs
Some photographs are lens
d) Statements:
All roofs are lines
No lines are photographs
No photographs are lens
e) Statements:
No roofs are lines
No lines are photographs
Some photographs are lens
5. Conclusions:
Some covers are nails
Some tablets are nails
Some covers are tigers
Some covers are tablets
a) Statements:
Some nails are tigers
Some tigers are tablets
All tablets are covers
b) Statements:
Some nails are tigers
All tigers are tablets
All tablets are covers
c) Statements:
Some nails are tigers
All tigers are tablets
Some tablets are covers
d) Statements:
Some nails are tigers
Some tigers are tablets
Some tablets are covers
e) Statements:
All nails are tigers
Some tigers are tablets
All tablets are covers

Directions (Q. 6-10): Answer these questions referring to the symbol-letter-number sequence given below:

A  0  I  ?  E  G  4  B  H  7  5  @  K  8  D  N  £  Q  Z  \$  W  3  C  1  9  *  l  B  2  S  6 %

1. How many such consonants are there in the above sequence which are immediately preceded by a symbol and immediately followed by a digit ?
1.   One
2.   Two
3.   None
4.   Three
5.   More than three

7.What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following sequence ?

AIG,  4H@,   KDQ,   ?,   ILS

1.   ZW1
2.   NQ\$
3.   @8N
4.   \$W9
5.   None of these
1. Which of the following is exactly in the midway between the ninth from left end and the sixth from right end ?
1.   Q
2.   Z
3.   £
4.   W
5.   None of these
1. If the first sixteen elements are written in the reverse order then which of the following will be seventh to the left of twelfth element from right end ?
1.   7
2.   I
3.   G
4.   K
5.   None of these
1. How many such symbols are there in the above sequence which are immediately preceded as well as followed by consonant?
1.   None
2.   One
3.   Two
4.   Three
5.   None of these

Direction (6-10)

@K8, \$W3

ZW1