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Q136. In the following question, a statement/group of statements is given followed by some conclusions. Choose the conclusion which logically follows from the given statements. **Every library has books.**

  1.  Books are only in library.
  2.  Libraries are meant for books only.
  3.  No library is without books.
  4.  Some libraries do not have readers.

Solution : No library is without books.
Q137. In the following question, a statement/group of statements is given followed by some conclusions. Choose the conclusion which logically follows from the given statements. **In a class, three-fourth of the boys play football, one-half play cricket, one-fourth of those who play cricket do not play football.**

  1.  Two-third of the boys play only football.
  2.  One-fourth of the boys play neither cricket nor football.
  3.  One-third of the boys play neither cricket nor football.
  4.  One-eighth of the boys play neither cricket nor football.
  5.  Two-fifth of the boys play only football.

Solution : One-eighth of the boys play neither cricket nor football.

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Q138. In the following question, a statement/group of statements is given followed by some conclusions. Choose the conclusion which logically follows from the given statements. **Every man should have his identity card with him. That card should mention his blood group, complete address and telephone number for contact, in case, some serious accident takes place.**

  1.  Blood cannot be transfused until its group is mentioned in the card.
  2.  The police needs this information especially when the accident is fatal.
  3.  In case of emergency, he may forget his address and may need the card to contact his house.
  4.  None is supposed to forget his phone number under any circumstances.
  5.  When the seriously injured person is helpless to tell his blood group, this information would suffice to indicate the required blood group.

Solution : None is supposed to forget his phone number under any circumstances.
Q139. In the following question, a statement/group of statements is given followed by some conclusions. Choose the conclusion which logically follows from the given statements. **In this company, 60 per cent of the employees are males, 40 per cent are females, 80 per cent of the employees are sincere and 40 per cent of the employees are from this city - Rawalpura.**

  1.  All male employees are from out station.
  2.  All male employees are sincere.
  3.  20 per cent of female employees are not sincere.
  4.  All female employees are from Rawalpura.
  5.  None of these

Solution : None of these

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Q140. In the following question, a statement/group of statements is given followed by some conclusions. Choose the conclusion which logically follows from the given statements. **All beggars are poor.**

  1.  If A is a beggar, then A is not rich.
  2.  If A is not rich, then A is not a beggar.
  3.  All those who are poor are beggars.
  4.  If A is rich, then A is not a beggar.

Solution : If A is rich, then A is not a beggar.
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