## Solve Syllogisms in less than 30 seconds. Without using venn-diagrams. Here is the simple trick. You just remember math like formulas and you can solve any syllogism easily. Useful for all competitive exams.

## The most important part of reasoning in any compitive exam is syllogisms. Solving syllogisms without venn diagram is a time saving trick. By learning syllogs with this type of trick you can save 5min extra in normal exams LIKE IBPS CLERK, RRB CLERK, SBI CLERK, AND ALL PROBATIONARY OFFICER (PO) EXAMS you will have atleast 5 question. This article is intended to use formulas to solve syllogisms without drawing Venn diagrams.

## Solving Syllogisms is a very easy task even in 10 sec we can answer the possible case of syllogisms.

That's the power of syllogism's trick of solving without Venn diagrams. To get a bank job OR any competitive exam this is a must-solving section within 2 to 3 minutes to secure 5 marks with 100% accuracy.

## The following pic represents solving possibility syllogisms without Venn diagrams. we will come to it shortly.

There are 14 basic formulas you need to learn in order to solve syllogisms without Venn diagrams.

The following must be learned.Here we go .

Examples of syllogisms solved without using venn diagram (

**solved using formula based**).- All A are B = Some A are B = Some B are A
- All A are B != All B are A
- All A are B != Some A are not B != Some B are Not A
- All A are B != No A are B != No B are A

- Some A are B = Some B are A
- Some A are B != All B are A != All A are B
- Some A are B != No B are A != No A are B
- Some A are B != Some B are not A

- No A are B = No B are A
- No A are B != Some B are Not A {Very important syllogisms shortcut}
- No A are B != Some A are Not B {Very important syllogisms shortcut}
- No A are B != All A are B

- Some A are not B = No B are A {Very important syllogisms shortcut}
- Some A are not B != No A are B {{Very important syllogisms shortcut}

Lets get into the learning method of syllogism shortcut..

Solved Example :-

- All A are B {Take "All" From this}
- No B are C {Take "No" from this }

Add both we get "All + No" for this " All+No = No "

- Ans:- No A is C

Here ' No ' means we can derive a conclusion between A and C as "No A is C"

Observe that we have eliminated B which is common to both.

Observe that we have eliminated B which is common to both.