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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 5): In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Statement : All books are radios
                    No radio is a pen
                    Some pens are tables
Conclusions : I. Some tables are books
                      II. Some pens are books

A.    If only conclusion I follows B.    If only conclusion II follows
C.    If either conclusion I or II follows D.    If neither conclusion I nor II follows
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Statements : Some bikes are cars
                     Some cars are trains
                     Some trains are buses
Conclusions : I. Some buses are car
                      II. Some trains are bikes

A.    If only conclusion I follows B.    If only conclusion II follows
C.    If either conclusion I or II follows D.    If neither conclusion I nor II follows
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3 .

Statements : Some boxes are walls
                     No wall is a road
                     All river are roads
Conclusions : I. Some boxes are not roads
                      I. No walls are rivers

A.    If only conclusion I B.    If only conclusion II follows
C.    If either conclusion I or II follows D.    If both conclusion I and II follows
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Statements : All dogs are cats
                     Some cats are rats
                     All rats are mats
Conclusions : I. Some mats are cats
                      II. Some mats are dogs

A.    If only conclusion I follows B.    If only conclusion II follows
C.    If either conclusion I or II follows D.    If neither conclusion I nor II follows
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5 .

Statements : Some tables are chairs
                     All chairs are houses
                     All houses are tents.
Conclusions : I. All chairs are tents
                      II. Some tables are houses

A.    If only conclusion I B.    If only conclusion II follows
C.    If either conclusion I or II follows D.    If both conclusion I and II follows
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6 .

Direction (Q. 6 - 10): Answer the questions referring to the symbol-letter--number sequence given below.
4 S 3 2 Q T $ 5 R £ 7 P Y @ = W 6 & F V 8 K N G 9 # D

How many symbols in the sequence are either immediately preceded by a letter belonging to the first half of the english alphabet or immediately followed by a number ?

A.    One B.    Two
C.    Three D.    Four
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7 .

Four of the following five are similar in respect of their position in the above sequence and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to the group ?

A.    4S2 B.    2Q$
C.    $R7 D.    G9#
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8 .

What is the total number of letters immediately followed by a number and the symbols immediately preceded by a letter together in the above sequence ?

A.    Six B.    Seven
C.    Eight D.    Nine
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9 .

£ is to &  and  $ is to = & in the same way as @ is to

A.    @ B.    £&
C.    RV D.    5
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10 .

If the position of the letters in the sequence are reoccupied by the letters themselves after getting rearranged alphabetically from the left, which of the following will not change its position in the new arrangement ?

A.    P B.    N
C.    Q D.    None of these
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