Statement and Arguments Online Quiz


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Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two arguments. You have to decide which one of them is stronger and which one of them is weak.

Q 1 - Statement: Should there be topics on sex education for high school students?

Arguments:

I. Yes, because it can reduce chances of AIDS.

II. No, students mind will divert.

Options :

A - Only argument I is strong.

B - Only argument II is strong.

C - Either I or II is strong.

D - Neither I nor II is strong.

E - Both I and II are strong.

Answer : A

Explanation

Sex education will be really helpful in reducing the chances of AIDS. Hence; argument I is strong but not argument II.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two arguments. You have to decide which one of them is stronger and which one of them is weak.

Q 2 - Statement: Should state medium board adopt teaching style of CBSE medium board?

Arguments:

I. Yes, CBSE medium students are getting into IITs.

II. No, state medium board has its own mode of teaching.

Options :

A - Only argument I is strong.

B - Only argument II is strong.

C - Either I or II is strong.

D - Neither I nor II is strong.

E - Both I and II are strong.

Answer : D

Explanation

None of the above arguments have valid ground to support the given statement.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two arguments. You have to decide which one of them is stronger and which one of them is weak.

Q 3 - Statement: Should government ban red bricks and allow only white ash bricks for the construction of homes?

Arguments:

I. Yes, because red bricks are not environment friendly.

II. No, because the house made up of white bricks are not as strong as that of red ones.

Options :

A - Only argument I is strong.

B - Only argument II is strong.

C - Either I or II is strong.

D - Neither I nor II is strong.

E - Both I and II are strong.

Answer : A

Explanation

There are many ways to add strength to a brick but nothing is more important than the environment protection.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two arguments. You have to decide which one of them is stronger and which one of them is weak.

Q 4 - Statement: Should our government adopt communist policy like Russia and China?

Arguments:

I. Yes we can become rich as Russia and China.

II. No, we have the prestige of being a biggest democratic country and we should stick to it.

Options :

A - Only argument I is strong.

B - Only argument II is strong.

C - Either I or II is strong.

D - Neither I nor II is strong.

E - Both I and II are strong.

Answer : B

Explanation

Accepting communist policy will not make the nation rich. Hence; it is not a strong argument but the II argument has logical base to support.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two arguments. You have to decide which one of them is stronger and which one of them is weak.

Q 5 - Statement: Should programming language be made compulsory for all students at secondary level?

Arguments:

I. Yes, digital India is demanding more software engineers.

II. No, this will create unwanted pressure on the students.

Options :

A - Only argument I is strong.

B - Only argument II is strong.

C - Either I or II is strong.

D - Neither I nor II is strong.

E - Both I and II are strong.

Answer : A

Explanation

Course should be implemented at basic level so that students will gain the knowledge and pressure will be less.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two arguments. You have to decide which one of them is stronger and which one of them is weak.

Q 6 - Statement: Should hunting of even a small bird be banned across the country?

Arguments:

I. Yes, hunting is affecting the forests and in turn is affecting the ecological system.

II. No, as hunters will starve to death.

Options :

A - Only argument I is strong.

B - Only argument II is strong.

C - Either I or II is strong.

D - Neither I nor II is strong.

E - Both I and II are strong.

Answer : A

Explanation

Hunters can find veggies to eat but spoiling environment for their stomach is not right so argument I is strong.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two arguments. You have to decide which one of them is stronger and which one of them is weak.

Q 7 - Statement: Should our government bring down the age of retirement in public services?

Arguments:

I. Yes, as this may create new vacancies for unemployed and talented ones to serve their country.

II. No, government officers may have their own family problems which may not be solved if retirement is taken early.

Options :

A - Only argument I is strong.

B - Only argument II is strong.

C - Either I or II is strong.

D - Neither I nor II is strong.

E - Both I and II are strong.

Answer : E

Explanation

Here both the arguments are strong and logical.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two arguments. You have to decide which one of them is stronger and which one of them is weak.

Q 8 - Statement: Should scientists start believing on God?

Arguments:

I. Yes, as a human being scientists belong to some community and must believe God.

II. No, science is above of everything and if scientists start believing in God then who will do experiments.

Options :

A - Only argument I is strong.

B - Only argument II is strong.

C - Either I or II is strong.

D - Neither I nor II is strong.

E - Both I and II are strong.

Answer : E

Explanation

Both of the arguments strongly hold their position and clearly justify the statement.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two arguments. You have to decide which one of them is stronger and which one of them is weak.

Q 9 - Statement: Is state of Jammu and Kashmir going to have elections in near future?

Arguments:

I. Yes, some politicians are creating situations that demand elections.

II. No, their CM is a strong person and has good support and will complete his tenure.

Options :

A - Only argument I is strong.

B - Only argument II is strong.

C - Either I or II is strong.

D - Neither I nor II is strong.

E - Both I and II are strong.

Answer : D

Explanation

None of the arguments is strong and are not able to justify the statement.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two arguments. You have to decide which one of them is stronger and which one of them is weak.

Q 10 - Statement: Should solar energy systems be given more importance?

Arguments:

I. Yes, because it is a source of renewable energy.

II. No, this will demand more capital.

Options :

A - Only argument I is strong.

B - Only argument II is strong.

C - Either I or II is strong.

D - Neither I nor II is strong.

E - Both I and II are strong.

Answer : A

Explanation

Non-renewable energy sources are going to be exhausted. So, we should focus more on renewable energy sources.

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