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: The leaves of the Jade plant are thick and they require very less water.

Conclusions:

I. Plants having thick leaves do not require more water.

II. Jade plant survival can take place, where water is not available in abundance.

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 clearly talks about jade plant not any other. So conclusion I is not valid. It’s the nature of jade plant to survive on less water. Therefore, 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 2 - Statement: People who talk more about saving the girl child are those who want sons to be born in their house.

Conclusions:

I. It is easy to say rather than implementing.

II. People nowadays possess double standards.

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

Statement clearly defines the two conclusions. 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 3 - Statement: Number of self-dependent countries nowadays is nil.

Conclusions:

I. To grow all the things within a country is merely impossible.

II. People of the country are generally lazy.

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

Conclusion I sounds logical but conclusion II definitely not.

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: He stressed upon the fact of the changing the ongoing pattern of conducting the examination and to replace it with new methods that will help in judging the merit of the student in a better way.

Conclusions:

I. All the examinations should be banned.

II. Present examination pattern does not have that capability to measure the real merit of the students.

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

Abolishment of the examination is a foolish decision. However, changes in the examination pattern is necessary and a good solution too. Hence 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 5 - Statement: India lost in semi-final to Australia shows that we lack tough mentality in playing abroad.

Conclusions:

I. India lost more than 50% of matches playing abroad.

II. India defeated Australia in 2011 quarter final.

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

In earlier times also India has lost the match while playing abroad. This adds weight to the given statement, While, conclusion II is irrelevant.

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: NDA government’s NITI Ayog will replace planning commission.

Conclusions:

I. When UPA government will come, they will abolish NITI ayog.

II. NITI ayog is stronger than planning commission.

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

NITI ayog can only replace planning commission if it is stronger.

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: ICC and Moneygram International announced deal for eight years.

Conclusions:

I. ICC is in financial crisis situation.

II. Moneygram is in financial crisis situation.

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

Nothing has been mentioned about the financial status of both the companies. Hence none of 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 9 - Statement: Among 149 countries, India stood at 4th position of illicit money transfer.

Conclusions:

I. Money laundering is an important issue in India now days.

II. India Government’s strategy is poor regarding anti money laundering.

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

Fourth position among 149 countries means, definitely the situation of money laundering is very serious in India and the strategy of government is also poor.

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: Office will increase the salary of the employees by 25%.

Conclusions:

I. Ram’s salary will increase from Rs. 1000 to Rs. 1050.

II. Shyam’s salary will increase from Rs. 1000 to Rs. 1250.

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

Here the conclusion II is the correct increase in salary. That means 25% increase upon 1000 will result in Rs. 1250.

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