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Question 1

Based on the statements(s) given below, choose the best possible conclusion(s) that follows:

Statements:

i. People who exercise regularly are health conscious.

ii. Meena, in-spite of her busy schedule, exercises every day.

Conclusions:

I. Meena is health conscious.

II. Meena’s family has inculcated the importance of exercise right from her childhood.

Question 2

Read the given statement and conclusions carefully and decide which of the conclusions logically follow(s) from the statement.
Statement:
All farmers are poor.
Conclusions:
I. All those are poor are farmers.
II. If anyone is rich, then he is not a farmer.

Question 3

Direction: In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the following assumption and decide which of the assumption is implicit in the statement.

Statement: In town H, people prefer to buy Air conditioner X instead of Air conditioner Y because Air conditioner X has Japanese technology which is very advanced.

Assumptions:
I. Had Japanese technology been present in Air conditioner Y also, it’s sales would have doubled the sale of Air conditioner X.
II. Air conditioner’s manufactured by using Japanese technology are perceived to be better than other Air conditioners.

Question 4

Direction: In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the following assumption and decide which of the assumption is implicit in the statement.

Statement: The Municipal Corporation has announced 60% reduction in the water supply till monsoon arrives in the city X.
Assumptions:
I. The Municipal Corporation may reduce its taxes from the residents as it failed to provide adequate water.
II. Against this unilateral decision of the Municipal Corporation, people may decide to conduct a protest.

Question 5

There is an Assertion(A) and a Reason(R) given below.
Assertion (A): Production of milk in US is less than the production of milk in India.
Reason (R): Stockman of US are poor.

Question 6

Read the statements and select a Conclusion from the given alternatives:

Statements:


The healthcare system has expanded in terms of number of hospitals. But the fact is that most of them are not well equipped and unable to make significant progress in the field of patient care.


Conclusions:


I. We should provide good doctors and equipment to existing hospitals now onwards.


II. Now, it is not necessary to open any new hospitals.


(A) Only Conclusion I follows.


(B) Only Conclusion II follows.


(C) Both I and II follow


(D) Neither I nor II follows

Question 7

Some conclusion are given after the statement. Consider the statement as true and decide which conclusion follows the statement.

Statement: Transportation is the main problem in Tier-2 cities.


Conclusion: I. All Tier-2 cities aren’t connected with each other.


II. Scarcity of Transportation Medium is the only


(A) Only conclusion I follows


(B) Only conclusion II follows


(C) Both conclusion I & II follows


(D) Neither I nor II follows

Question 8

A company recruits candidates satisfying the following criteria –
1) Candidates who secured at least 85% in standard 10th or equivalent.
2) Candidates who secured at least 65% in standard 12th or equivalent.
3) Candidates who are not from commerce background.
Who among the following candidates will the company definitely select?

Question 9

Given below is a statement followed by some conclusions. Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements.

Statements :

Fortune favors the brave.

Conclusions:

I. Risks are necessary for success.

II. Cowards die many times before their death

Question 10

Read the following statements and select the option which is NOT true based on the statements:

The cost of six mangoes is equal to the cost of four apples. The cost of eight apples is equal to the cost of two jackfruits.

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