Directions (1-5): In each question below are given three statement followed by two conclusion number I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusion logically follow from the three given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Then decide which of the answer (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) is correct answer and indicate it on the answer sheet. Give answer-
(1) If only conclusion I follows
(2) If only conclusion II follows
(3) If either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
(4) If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows
(5) If both conclusions I and II follow.

1. Statements: Some charts are darts. All darts are carts. Some carts are smarts.
Conclusions:
I. Some charts are carts.
II. Some carts are darts.

2.Statements: All boxes are table. No desks are tables. Some desks are curtains.
Conclusions:
I. No boxes are desks.
II. Some boxes are desks.

3.Statements: Some big are small. Some small is large. Some large is tiny.
Conclusions:
I. Some smalls are not tiny.
II. Some big are not tiny.

4.Statements: All boys are jokers. Some men are boys. All jokers are caps.
Conclusions:
I. Some caps are boys.
II. Some men are caps.

5.Statements: All pencils are bricks. All bricks are bottles. All bottles are buckets.
Conclusions:
I. All pencils are bottles.
II. All buckets are bricks.

Directions (6-10): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II are given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and give answer—
(1) If the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question
(2) If the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question
(3) If the data either in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question
(4) If the data in both the Statements I and II are not sufficient to answer the question
(5) If the data in both the Statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

6. What is the code for ‘mangoes’ in the code language?
I. In that code language ‘Ge Na Se La Le’ means  ‘You eat many mangoes’ and ‘Le Na Da’ means ‘You sell mangoes’.
II. In the code language, ‘Ge Na Se La Le’ means ‘They eat bananas and mangoes’ and ‘Ne De Le La’ means ‘who others eat bananas’.

7. How is J related to P?
I. M is brother of P and T is sister of P.
II. P’s mother is married to J’s husband who has one son and two daughters.

8. In a row of five children A, B, C, D and E, who is standing in the middle?
I. D is to the immediate right of E and B is to the immediate left of E.
II. B is at the extreme left of the row.

9. What is the Sachin’s rank from the top in a class of 25 students?
I. Sachin ranks three ranks above Amit who ranks 18th from the bottom.
II. Sachin’s rank from the top is two ranks below Deepti, who ranks 23rd from the bottom.

10.ON which day of the week did Hitesh visit the zoo?
I. Hitesh did not visit zoo either on Tuesday or on Thursday.
II. Hitesh visited zoo two days before his mother reached his house which was day after Monday.
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