Statement and Arguments Online Quiz


Advertisements

Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to Statement and Arguments. You will have to read all the given answers and click over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using Show Answer button. You can use Next Quiz button to check new set of questions in the quiz.

Questions and Answers

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 polythene bags be removed from the market?

Arguments:

I. Yes, they are making our environment dirty.

II. No, workers of this industry will be jobless.

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

Workers can be redirected to manufacture other kinds of stuffs but no risk should be taken with environment.

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 India attack on Pakistan and merge the remaining Kashmir with it?

Arguments:

I. Yes, because Kashmir belongs to India.

II. No, this can cause nuclear war followed by large devastation.

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

War is not the ultimate solution. This can cause harm to many innocent people living over the borders.

Q 3 -

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 India cooperate Bangladesh on intellect sharing?

Arguments:

I. Yes, through this intelligence service of both the countries will have a clear understanding.

II. No through this, important information like, safety of our country may get exposed.

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 : C

Explanation

Doing or not doing so, may have both the consequences as stated in argument I and 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 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 wrestling be allowed in India like WWE and other sports leagues?

Arguments:

I. Yes, it will be another event of entertainment for our people.

II. No, Indians are not accustomed to such shows and moreover it’s an adult show that cannot be enjoyed with families.

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

Argument II is very strong over argument I as viewership is very important in India. In our country, there should not be any promotion of such sports that shows violence and aggressiveness.

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 government. hike the tuition fees of engineering students?

Arguments:

I. Yes, hiking fees may bring some seriousness among engineering students and they will study hard to clear paper.

II. No, as these may not allow talented poor students to opt for an engineering career.

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

Argument I is irrelevant but II is strong because if fees will be increased then it will force poor good students to choose simple graduation.

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 school education in poor states like Bihar, Assam, Odisha be made free?

Arguments:

I. Yes, as these are poor states, this is one and only way to improve literacy.

II. No, this might have adverse impact on the economy.

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

Argument I is weak because making education free may not lead to 100% literacy but II is strong because it can put heavy financial burden.

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: Will the newly elected CMC mayor fulfil her promises?

Arguments:

I. Yes, she has to otherwise her existence as mayor will be in danger.

II. No, candidates elected and after getting power and positions forget their promises.

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 the arguments are strong as politicians have immense pressure to uphold their position and after getting into it they hardly fulfil their promises.

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: Should adulteration be banned and considered as a crime?

Arguments:

I. Yes, by adulteration the foodstuff may cause food poison in the body so must be banned.

II. No, the stuffs that are included are not bad for health.

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

Argument I is strong because food poisoning cases are frequently in news so it must be avoided.

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.

reasoning_statement_and_arguments.htm
Advertisements