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11. Statements:
All lights are trucks.
Some trucks are jeeps.

Conclusions:
I. All jeeps are lights.
II. Some lights are jeeps.

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Answer: Option D

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12. Statements:
All young scientists are open-minded.
No open-minded men are superstitious.

Conclusions:
I. No scientist is superstitious.
II. No young people are superstitious.

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Answer: Option D

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13. Statements:
Some pearls are gems.
Some gems are ornaments.

Conclusions:
I. Some gems are pearls.
II. Some ornaments are gems.

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Answer: Option E

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14. Statements:
Lawyers marry only fair girls.
Shobha is very fair.

Conclusions:
I. Shobha was married to a lawyer.
II. Shobha was not married to a lawyer.

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15. Statements:
Some desks are caps.
No cap is red.

Conclusions:
I. Some caps are desks.
II. No desk is red.

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16. Statements:
All hill-stations have a sunset point.
X is a hill-station.

Conclusions:
I. X has a sunset point.
II. Places other than hill-stations do not have sunset points.

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17. Statements:
Some sticks are bolts.
Kite is a stick.

Conclusions:
I. Some bolts are sticks.
II. Some kites are bolts.

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18. Statements:
All coats are bags.
Some bags are toys.

Conclusions:
I. Some bags are coats.
II. Some toys are coats.

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Answer: Option A

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19. Statements:
All politicians are intelligent.
Some women are politicians.

Conclusions:
I. Some women are intelligent.
II. All those who are intelligent are women.

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20. Statements:
Some tables are glasses.
All trees are tables.

Conclusions:
I. Some trees are glasses.
II. Some glasses are trees.

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Answer: Option D

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