REASONING PART: 5 STATEMENTS & ASSUMPTIONS LESSON:-3 BY: VAIBHAV PATANI
STATEMENT: "You can't solve geometry questions without consulting a diagram. Difficult questions need diagram for solving"- A teacher tells his students. ASSUMPTIONS: 1) The students are not intelligent. 2) The problem can't be solved. 3) Geometry questions are difficult. a) 1st & 2nd are implicit. b) 2nd & 3rd are implicit. c) only 2nd is implicit, d) Only 3rd is implicit e) None is implicit.
STATEMENT: "I have decided to cut down on tea. People tell me that nicotine is not good for health." X tell Y. ASSUMPTIONS: 1) Tea contains nicotine. 2) People are correct in their views about tea. 3) Y may also cut down on tea. a) 1st and 2nd are implicit. b) All are implicit. c) Only 1st is implicit. d) Only 2nd is implicit e) Only 3rd is implicit.
STATEMENT: A railway ministry have started twenty new trains and increased the frequency of 25 running trains. ASSUMPTIONS: 1) The existing trains are not sufficient to provide accommodation to all passengers. 2) The new and additional trains would have sufficient passengers so that they l be economically viable. a) If only assumption 1st is implicit. b) if only 2nd is implicit. c) If either 1st or 2 nd is implicit. d) If both 1st and 2nd are implicit e) If neither 1st nor 2nd is implicit.
STATEMENT: If you want to get a good job you must have atleast the basic knowledge of English. ASSUMPTIONS: 1) All good jobs involve use of English. 2) English knowledge has been made an essential criterion by most of the companies now a days. a)If only assumption 1st is implicit. b) if only 2nd is implicit. c) If either 1st or 2 nd is implicit. d) If both 1st and 2nd are implicit. e) If neither 1st nor 2nd is implicit.
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