Classical

Decision Making - Set 2

6:  

 All right thinking people believe in fate

A.

Some who believe in fate are right thinking people

B.

No right thinking people do not believe in fate

C.

Those who believe in fate are right thinking people

D.

All of these

 
 

Option: D

Explanation :

Option (a) is the converted form of thepreniise and (b) is the obverted form of the premise and (c) is the distorted form.


7:  

 He does not go to the mosque so he is not a true Muslim

A.

Only true Muslims go to the mosque

B.

All true Musims must go to the mosque

C.

Some who go to mosque are true Musims

D.

None of these

 
 

Option: B

Explanation :

Option (a) cannot be correct because there may be other reasons to go to the mosque but option (b) is correct


8:  

 All that glitters is not gold

A.

Many things that shine are other than gold

B.

Whatever shines is other than gold

C.

Gold is not the only gittering substance

D.

All of these

 
 

Option: D

Explanation :

Option (c) is the converted form of the premise and option (a) is the obverted form. Option (b) means that glittering is not the quality of gold but it is some thing else that makes gold glitter.


9:  

 Some students are disturbing

A.

Some disturbing are students

B.

Some students are not disturbing

C.

Both of the above

D.

None of these

 
 

Option: C

Explanation :

Option (a) is the converted form and option (b) is the obverted form of the premise.




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