Logical Reasoning series: Solving questions on Syllogism Part II
Practicing questions from the syllogism model will make the candidate prepared to attempt the question irrespective of the difficulty level.
Syllogism is often confusing and takes time to solve unless one keeps a cool head. Practicing questions from the syllogism model will make the candidate prepared to attempt the question irrespective of the difficulty level.
Taking mock tests and practicing previous year's questions help you to get an idea of how the question could be asked and come up with different procedures to solve it.
As discussed in the previous Syllogism series, the question pattern can be changed to increase the difficulty level. Opting to solve the question with the help of a Venn diagram is one of the easiest ways to solve questions from the syllogism model which appears frequently in competitive exams like UPSC, SSC, SBI PO and many others.
Can you solve the following with multiple conclusions:
Statement 1: All teachers are smart
Statement 2: All dancers are teachers
- All smart are dancers
- All dancers are smart
- No smart are dancers
- No teachers are dancers
Which of the conclusions are true?
Watch out this space for the answers to the above question.
Answers for Syllogism Part I questions:
Statement 1 - No pen is cloth.
Statement 2- No sweaters are pens
Conclusion - All sweaters are cloth
Is the conclusion correct or incorrect?