Statement and Conclusions Online Quiz


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Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 1 - Statement: Government is directing all employees of an institution to declare their income but a strong protest has been seen from the employees and no employee is going to declare his/her income.

Conclusions:

I. Apart from their salary, the employees of this institution seem to have not any undisclosed property.

II. The union of the employees want the senior officials to declare their income first.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : D

Explanation

From the given statement, nothing can be clearly traced out about the inherent property, income of the employees and their cause of refusal to show their property to the government. Hence both the conclusions are not valid.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 2 - Statement: Destiny can be influenced by the choices made by the modern man unlike in the past.

Conclusions:

I. In the past, the number of options available to a man were less.

II. The desire to influence the past was also not present in the man during old times.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : A

Explanation

From the given statement, it can be clearly understood that the first conclusion is valid whereas the second one does not have any link.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 3 - Statement: Invitation of the conference has been sent to only good singers. Those who have sweet voices are considered as good singers.

Conclusions:

I. All the singers present in the conference are having sweet voice.

II. Singers not having sweet voice are not invited to the conference.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : E

Explanation

As the singer is present in the conference, so it is for sure that he/she has sweet voice and again persons having sweet voices are considered as good singers and are invited. Hence both the conclusions are valid.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 4 - Statement: Instead of presence of ICRA and CRISIL, investors are demanding separate rating agencies for IT companies to protect their investment.

Conclusions:

I. Special skills along with competence are required to do the assessment of the IT companies.

II. With the implementation of this, the investors will feel protected about their investments.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : A

Explanation

If the separate rating agencies will be formed then also there is no guarantee upon the investment made by the investors. So, second conclusion is not valid. However, to monitor IT company, new rating agencies will require skills for sure. So conclusion I is valid.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 5 - Statement: A recent study report shows that there are five persons present per household in urban areas whereas, the number is six in case of rural areas. The national average number is 7.

Conclusions:

I. The number of people per unit area in rural area is more than that of urban area.

II. The number of persons staying in same house is more in rural area than that of urban areas.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : B

Explanation

The statement talks about the number of persons present per household not per unit area. Therefore, only conclusion II is valid.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 6 - Statement: Home minister Rajnath Singh has approved 33% reservation for women in central armed police force.

Conclusions:

I. It will encourage the women to join the police force.

II. It is a next step by government towards women empowerment.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : E

Explanation

Both the conclusions are aiding complement to the given statement. Hence both are valid.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 7 - Statement: Stanislas Wawrika, a 35+ player, was selected to win Chennai open.

Conclusions:

I. Players of his age are already outplayed.

II. Wawrinka, despite of being 35+, is physically fit and strategically strong.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : E

Explanation

Both the conclusions are complementing the given statement with right logic. Hence both of them are valid.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 8 - Statement: Jharkhand state has inaugurated the state’s land bank web portal.

Conclusions:

I. It will help investors to know about land related information.

II. Government wants to earn revenue from websites.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : A

Explanation

Clearly the government wants to make the people aware with the land related issues and other information. Hence website is designed. Revenue collection cannot be referred from the statement.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 9 - Statement: Doctor has advised me to do yoga on a daily basis.

Conclusions:

I. Yoga is good for health.

II. Doctor knows about the benefit of yoga.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : E

Explanation

Doctor is advising his patient about doing yoga means he knows about the benefit of doing it.

Each of the following question consists of one statement followed by two conclusions. You have to decide which one of them can be followed.

Q 10 - Statement: More emphasis should be given to engineering sector related to agriculture rather than focusing on basic and pure science.

Conclusions:

I. Much advancement has been achieved in basic and pure science in India.

II. Production sector was much neglected in the past.

Options :

A - Only conclusion I is valid.

B - Only conclusion II is valid.

C - Either conclusion I or II is valid.

D - Neither conclusion I nor II is valid.

E - Both the conclusions are valid.

Answer : D

Explanation

Both the conclusions cannot be ascertained from the given statement. Hence neither of the two conclusions are valid.

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