[Reasoning] 4-Statement Syllogism: Approach, Techniques, explained for SBI PO (High level reasoning) and UPSC CSAT paper 2

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Introduction Recap: 2 statement Complimentary case Approaching 4 statement syllogism Case#1 : Stick, lamps, power, dresses, shirts Case#2: Bird, Horse, Tiger, Lion & Monkey Case#3: Bench, Wall, House, Jungle, Road Case#4: (Complimentary Pairs): Cups, Bottles, Jugs, Plates & Tables Case#5: (Complimentary Pairs): Chair, Handle, Pots, Mats & Buses Introduction SBI loves asking 4 statement syllogism questions in its PO exam. … Read More

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[Reasoning Q] 3-Statement Syllogism doubt Question: Apples, Mangoes, Vegetarians

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In an earlier article, we saw how to approach 3-statement syllogism (click ME) One of the Reader โ€œParsโ€, had posted a doubt-question.ย Letโ€™s solve it, to strengthen our grip over the UP-UN method. Question Solution and Approach i) No Fruit is apple ii) No vegetarian is apple Complimentary case example iii) some vegetarian are mangoes Question-Statements Conclusion-Statements No Apple is mango … Read More

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[Reasoning] Three-Statement Syllogism: technique, method, shortcuts for IBPS, SSC, CSAT, CAT, CMAT

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Donโ€™t read further, until and unless you’ve mastered the 2-statement syllogism technique explained in previous article (click ME) Recap of 2-Statement syllogism Parent Statements Chain formula DemoQ: Married Student Dancers (CSAT-2012) DemoQ: Rich n Sick Air travellers (CSAT-2012) DemoQ: Drug addict Artists (CSAT-2012) Recap of 2-Statement syllogism Before we understand the 3-statement syllogism, letโ€™s recap the 2-statement trick just for … Read More

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