## How do you solve a question based on a syllogism?

Tips to solve the questions related to Syllogism:

- Read the question thoroughly.
- Start drawing the Venn diagram.
- Follow the sequence of the question while drawing.
- Analyse the conclusion from the Venn diagram.
- Check for other alternative solutions at the end.

**What are the 3 types of syllogism?**

Three kinds of syllogisms, categorical (every / all), conditional (if / then), and disjunctive (either / or).

### What are the 10 rules of syllogism?

Syllogistic Rules

- The middle term must be distributed at least once. Error is the fallacy of the undistributed middle.
- If a term is distributed in the CONCLUSION, then it must be distributed in a premise.
- Two negative premises are not allowed.
- A negative premise requires a negative conclusion; and conversely.

**What does either 1 or 2 follows means in syllogism?**

A complimentary pair is a type in which both conclusions are not true at a time and are not false at the same time. So, from the both conclusions one have to be true while the other has to be wrong. When the answer given like either 1 follows or 2 follows, it is a case of complimentary syllogism.

## Is syllogism same as statement and conclusion?

In a syllogism, a statement is a sentence that declares something, while a conclusion is the logical result of the relationship between the premises. A syllogism typically has two statements and a conclusion. These two statements are known as the major premise and minor premise.

**Is maths compulsory for CAT?**

CAT is all about class 10th level mathematics except Permutation and combination (which is class11th topic). You just need to learn all the baics concepts and revise them regularly. So, yes you can clear CAT Exam even if you dont have Mathematics in your class 12th.