Syllogism

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Statements:
Some cats are dogs.
Some dogs are stones.

Conclusions:
I. No cat is stone.
II. All dogs are stones.
III. Some stones are cats.
IV. No dogs is cat.
Only I and III follow
no
Only II and III follow
no
Only I, III and IV follow
no
Only either I or III follows
yes
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Statements:
All big are short.
Some short are long.
Some long are thin.

Conclusions:
I. Some short are thin.
II. Some thin are not long.
Only conclusion I follows.
no
Only conclusion II follows.
no
Either conclusion I or II follows.
no
Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
yes
Both conclusions I and II follow.
no
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Statements:
No design is fashion.
All fashions are temporary.
Some temporary are permanent.

Conclusions:
I. Some designs are permanent.
II. No fashion is permanent.
Only conclusion I follows.
no
Only conclusion II follows.
no
Either conclusion I or II follows.
no
Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
yes
Both conclusions I and II follow.
no
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Statements:
Some books are poetry.
All poetry are philosophy.
Some philosophy is psychology.

Conclusions:
I. Some books are philosophy.
II. Some psychology is not philosophy.
Only conclusion I follows.
yes
Only conclusion II follows.
no
Either conclusion I or II follows.
no
Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
no
Both conclusions I and II follow.
no
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Statements:
All villages are cities.
All cities are countries.
All countries are towns.

Conclusions:
I. All towns are villages.
II. Some cities are not towns.
Only conclusion I follows.
no
Only conclusion II follows.
no
Either conclusion I or II follows.
no
Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
yes
Both conclusions I and II follow.
no
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Statements:
Some walls are doors.
Some doors are cots.
Some cots are chairs.

Conclusions:
I. Some chairs are doors.
II. Some cots are walls.
III. No chair is door.
Only II follows
no
Only III follows
no
Only either I or III follows
yes
Only I follows
no
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Statements:
Some rivals are enemies.
No enemy is a friend.
Some friends are strangers.

Conclusions:
I. Some rivals are not friends.
II. All strangers are friends.
Only conclusion I follows.
yes
Only conclusion II follows.
no
Either conclusion I or II follows.
no
Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
no
Both conclusions I and II follow.
no
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Statements: All flowers are trees.
No fruit is tree.

Conclusions: I. No fruit is flower.
II. Some trees are flowers.
Only conclusion I follows
no
Only conclusion II follows
no
Either I or II follows
no
Neither I nor II follows
no
Both I and II follow
yes
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Statements: All roads are poles.
No pole is a house.

Conclusions: I. Some roads are houses.
II. Some houses are poles.
Only conclusion I follows
no
Only conclusion II follows
no
Either I or II follows
no
Neither I nor II follows
yes
Both I and II follow
no
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Statements: Every minister is a student.
Every student is inexperienced.

Conclusions: I. Every minister is inexperienced.
II. Some inexperienced are students.
Only conclusion I follows
no
Only conclusion II follows
no
Either I or II follows
no
Neither I nor II follows
no
Both I and II follow
yes
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