Formulas For Syllogism
Formulas for Syllogism & Definition
One of the frequently asked questions in the competitive exams is on Syllogism.
Such type of questions contains two or more statements which may or may not have any connection with reality. Two or more conclusions follow these statements.
Now we have to find out which conclusion is somewhat similar or follow the given statement.
Here you will learn new way to solve syllogisms problem with given rules.
Syllogism Rules To Solve Problems:
- Some + All= Some
- Some + Some= No Conclusion
- Some + No= Some Not
- No + No= No Conclusion
- No +All =
- Some Not/ Some Not Reversed + Anything= No Conclusion
- Some + All = Some
- All + Some = No Conclusion
- All + All= All
- All + No= No
Syllogism Formulas and Concept:
Note: For understanding the syllogism formulas it is important to understand below 4 points. Before stating further.
|S.No||Type of statement||Represented by the letter|
Universal Positive Statement:
Universal positive statement indicates something positive applicable to all the items in that category. This is represented by the letter ‘A’. These statement begin with All, Every and Even.
Universal Negative Statement:
It implies that it refers to that kind of statements, which are universal and giving a negative impression. These types of statements begin with No, None of the, Not a single etc. and are represented by the letter ‘E’
Particular Positive Statement:
These type of statements begins with some, any, a few and are represented by the letter ‘I’.
Particular Negative Statement:
These kinds of statements are represented by the letter ‘O’. Some examples of this are:
- Some girls are not crazy
- Some files are not pencils
- Some M is not N
- Some Rohits are not Dhawans.
- Few vegetables are not green.
Since there is no specific formula for solving such type of questions, but it is suggested to take the help of Venn Diagrams.
All we have to do is, read the given statements and accordingly draw the Diagram step by step, on the basis of the given statements, and eventually derive a logical solution by these diagrams.
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