**If two propositions having the same subject and predicate terms are such that one is the denial of the other, the relationship between them is called**

(A) Contradictory

(B) Contrary

(C) Sub-contrary

(D) Sub-alteration

**If two propositions cannot both be false but may both be true, what is the relation between the two propositions ?**

(A) Contrary

(B) Sub-contrary

(C) Sub-alternation

(D) Contradictory

**If two propositions having the same subject and predicate terms can both be true but can not both be false, the relation between those two propositions is called**

(A) contradictory

(B) contrary

(C) subcontrary

(D) subaltern

**If two propositions are connected in such a way that they cannot both be false although they may both be true, then their relationship is called**

(1) Contrary

(2) Subcontrary

(3) Contradictory

(4) Subalternation

**If two standard form categorical propositions with the same subject and predicate are related in such a manner that if one is undetermined the other must be undetermined, what is their relation?**

(1) Contrary (2) Subcontrary

(3) Contradictory (4) Sub-altern

**Identify the reasoning in the following argument :**

**‘Writing on paper is similar to writing on the board’.**

(1) Deductive (2) Hypothetical

(3) Analogical (4) Inductive

**‘All republics are grateful’ and ‘Some republics are not grateful’ cannot both be true, and they cannot both be false. This is called as**

(1) contraries

(2) contradictories

(3) subaltern

(4) super altern

**When subject and predicate of both the premises is same but they differ in quality as well as quantity, it is known as**

(1) Superaltern

(2) Contraries

(3) Contradictories

(4) Subaltern

**(9). “All students cleared their examination” and “Few students did not clear their examination” This is an instance of ___________________**

- Contraries
- Superaltern
- Subaltran
- Contradictories

**(10). “Some students are sincere is an example of which preposition?**

- Universal Affirmative
- Universal Negation
- Particular Affirmative
- Particular Negation

**(11). “All tigers are animals”. This is an example of which type of proposition **

- Particular Negative
- Universal Negative
- Particular affirmation
- Universal affirmation

**(12). In which of the following propositions, both can be true simultaneously but cannot be false simultaneously?**

- Contrary 2. Contradiction
- Sub contrary 4. Subaltern

**According to traditional square of opposition if two propositions are so related that they cannot both be false, although they may both be true is called:**

- Sub altern
- Sub contraries
- Contradictory
- Contrary

**Consider the following argument:**

**Statements: Some chairs are curtains.**

All curtains are bedsheets.

Conclusion: Some chairs are bedsheets.

What is the Mood of the above proposition?

- IAI
- IAA
- IIA
- AII

**(15). As per the classical square of opposition, if A’ proposition is given as true, then which one of the following is correct?**

- “E” proposition is false, “T” proposition is true and “O” proposition is false
- “E” proposition is true, “T” proposition is true and “O” proposition is true
- “E” proposition is false, “T” proposition is false and “O” proposition is true
- “E” proposition is true, “T” proposition is false and “0” proposition is false

**(16). If two propositions are related in such a way that they cannot both be true together, although both may be false together, then such a relation is considered to be**

- Contrary
- Contradictory
- Subaltern
- Sub-contrary

**Q.17 Which sentence cannot fit into the AEIO framework?**

- No salt has iodine
- The salt on the table has iodine
- All salt has iodine
- Saome salt has iodine

**Q.18 ‘Some teachers are not sincere’ is an example of which category of proposition ?**

- Universal negative
- Universal affirmative
- Particular affirmative
- Particular negative

**Q.19 The proportions “all indians eat rice” and “some indians eat rice” are an example of **

- Subalternation
- Contraries
- Contradictions
- Sub contraries

**Q.20 Consider the following argument: **

**Major premise : no squares are rectangles **

**Minor premise : all rectangle are circles **

**Conclusion : some circles are not squares **

What is the mood of the above proposition?

- A I E
- A E O
- E A O
- E A I

**Q.21 ‘Some animals are not harmful’ is an example of which of the following types of propositions? **

- Particular affirmative
- Particular negative
- Universal negative
- Universal affirmative

**Q.22 Consider the following propositions: **

- No television is a computer
- Some televisions are not computer.

According to the square of opposition: the above opposition is called as

- Subalternation
- Subcontrary
- Contradiction
- Country