Classical

Statement & Conclusion - Set 1

6:  

Statement: Strikes are  the inherent rights of workers for the purpose of securing justice.

Con. I:  Workers can not get justice unless they go on strike.

Con.II:  Every worker must defend his/ her inherent right.

A.

only conclusion I follows

B.

only conclusion II follows.

C.

both I and II follow

D.

neither I nor II follows

 
 

Option: D

Explanation :

Correct inference may be:
(i) If justice is not being given to workers, they have the right to go on strikes.
(ii) No one has the right to prevent workers going on strike.


7:  

Statement: Books without knowledge of life are useless.

Con. I: All books contain knowledge of life.

Con.II: People should be anxious to acquire the knowledge of life.

A.

only conclusion I follows

B.

only conclusion II follows.

C.

both I and II follow

D.

neither I nor II follows

 
 

Option: D

Explanation :

I and II both don't follow from the statement.


8:  

Statement: Apart from the educational value of newspapers their recreational values should also be kept into account.

Con. I: People take newspapers to be a means of imparting education.

Con.II: The entertainment value of newspapers is also of paramount importance.

A.

only conclusion I follows

B.

only conclusion II follows.

C.

both I and II follow

D.

neither I nor II follows

 
 

Option: C

Explanation :

Both I and II follow from the statement.


9:  

Statement: Recent researches have shown that pimples have their root cause in the liver.

Con. I: The medication for pimples should be administered to the liver.

Con.II: Inhaling of steams is of no use for this purpose.

A.

only conclusion I follows

B.

only conclusion II follows.

C.

both I and II follow

D.

neither of P or Q is true

 
 

Option: A

Explanation :

Conclusion II does not follow because there is no reference of steam in the statement.


10:  

Statement: It is evident from the historical information that even in ancient India both the masters and disciples valued not the quantity of  education but its quality.

Con. I: There was an identity in educational values between teachers and students in ancient India.

Con.II: Quality of education is valued and given more importance than quantity of education today.

A.

only conclusion I follows

B.

only conclusion II follows.

C.

both I and II follow

D.

neither I nor II follows

 
 

Option: C

Explanation :

Conclusion II also follows because of the word "even" in the statement that makes it a reported speech of indirect narration.




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