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Statement and Conclusions

Multiple Choice Questions

1.  

Statements: Some books are magazines.

Some magazines are novels.

Conclusions: (I) Some books are novels.

(II) Some novels are magazines.



    2.  

    ‘Instead of being concerned with what actually happens in practice….(economics) is increasingly preoccupied with developing pseudo-mathematical formulas. These provide models of behavior which never quite fit what actually happens, in a way which resembles the physical sciences gone wrong: instead of equations describing reality, economics produces equations describing ideal conditions and theoretical clarity of a type which never occurs in practice’.

    Which of the following best summarizes the argument of this paragraph?



      3.  

      Statements:
      (i) All frogs are amphibians.
      (ii) All amphibians are not frogs.
      (iii)All amphibians are cold blooded.
      (iv) All frogs lay eggs.
      (v) All amphibians lay eggs.
      (vi) Frogs are cold blooded



        4.  

        Statement: School dropout rate is very high in the rural areas as children support their parents in income earning activities.
        I: Public awareness programme on primary education should be expanded immediately to educate parents.
        II: Compensation is not a remedy.



          5.  

          Statement One: All girls are students.
          Statement Two: All doctors are students.
          Conclusions:
          I. All girls are students.
          II. Some students are girls.
          III. Some students are doctors.
          IV. All doctors are girls.



            6.  

            Yoga has become a very popular exercise, but it may not be for everyone. If you are
            interested in high energy and fast workouts, yoga may not be the best choice. Therefore,
            evaluate your fitness requirement before joining yoga classes.
            This paragraph best supports the statement that:



              7.  

              a. All captains are great players.

              b. Some captains are successful sports administrators.

              c. Ritwik is a great player.

              d. Ritwik is a captain and successful sports administrator.

              e. Some successful sports administrators are great players.

              Choose the correct option:

              a. All captains are great players.

              b. Some captains are successful sports administrators.

              c. Ritwik is a great player.

              d. Ritwik is a captain and successful sports administrator.

              e. Some successful sports administrators are great players.

              Choose the correct option:



                8.  

                Statements:

                I. Some players are signers.

                II. All signers are tall.

                Conclusions:

                I. Some players are tall.

                II. All players are tall.



                  9.  

                  ‘Instead of being concerned with what actually happens in practice….(economics) is increasingly preoccupied with developing pseudo-mathematical formulas. These provide models of behavior which never quite fit what actually happens, in a way which resembles the physical sciences gone wrong: instead of equations describing reality, economics produces equations describing ideal conditions and theoretical clarity of a type which never occurs in practice’.

                  Which of the following, if true, would most weaken the argument of the passage above?



                    10.  

                    Consider the given statements to be true and decide which of the given conclusions/assumptions can definitely be drawn from the given statements.
                    Statements:
                    All states having dams face no water problem.
                    One of the states has no dam.

                    Conclusions: I. It may be facing water problem.
                                         II. Dams solve water problem.



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