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Logical Reasoning Practice Test 2

Assumptions: I. It is possible to achieve total literacy in country X No development is possible without a proper mission.

Total number of questions 10


Directions: In each of the questions given below, there is a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. You have to consider the statement and the following assumption and decide which of the assumptions are implicit in the statement.
1. Statement :

II.

(a) Only (1) assumption is implicit (b) Only (2) assumption is implicit (c) Neither (1)or (2) is implicit (d) Both (1) and (2) implicit

As poor people in India prefer and use jaggery (gur) rather than sugar, the government has decide to decontrol and scrap sugar distribution and scrap Public Distribution System (PDS) Assumptions: I. Jaggery (gur) is freely available at reasonable price to all poor people.

3. Statement:

Many species of animals on our earth are still not studied scientifically and if we do not do this work urgently, many species will face extinction. Assumptions:
I.

II. Public Distribution System has lost its utility.

Earth may lose all types of life very shortly.

II. It is desirable and possible to study scientifically many animal species.

(a) Only (1) assumption is implicit

(b) Only (2) assumption is implicit (c) Neither (1)or (2) is implicit (d) Both (1) and (2) implicit

(a) Only (1) assumption is implicit (b) Only (2) assumption is implicit (c) Neither (1)or (2) is implicit (d) Both (1) and (2) implicit

2. Statement : Unless country X achieves total literacy, it cannot achieve its mission of development. 4. Statement :

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Believe me, I have read it in A newspaper. Assumptions:


I. II.

Buy pure and natural honey of company X- An advertisement in a newspaper. Assumptions:


I.

A newspaper gives reliable information news. Am reporting exactly as it is given in A newspaper.

Artificial honey can be prepared. for pure and natural honey.

II. People dont mind paying more

(a) Only (1) assumption is implicit (b) Only (2) assumption is implicit (c) Neither (1)or (2) is implicit
(d) Both (1) and (2) implicit.

(a) Only (1) assumption is implicit (b) Only (2) assumption is implicit (c) Neither (1)or (2) is implicit (d) Both (1) and (2) implicit

5. Statement: Herbs can safely be used for treating diseases of human beings. Assumptions: I. Herbs cannot be used for treating diseases of animals. II. Herbal treatment is getting popular.
7. Statement:

The target of a fiscal deficit of 5% of GDP could not be met because of major shortfall in revenue collection. Assumptions:
I.

Shortfall in revenue collection leads to an increase in fiscal deficit. leads to a decrease in fiscal deficit.

(a) Only (1) assumption is implicit (b) Only (2) assumption is implicit (c) Neither (1)or (2) is implicit (d) Both (1) and (2) implicit.

II. Shortfall in revenue collection

(a) Only (1) assumption is implicit (b) Only (2) assumption is implicit

6. Statement:

(c) Neither (1)or (2) is implicit (d) Both (1) and (2) implicit
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8. Statement: Every year doctors, scientists and engineers migrate from India to greener pastures. Assumptions: I. Brain-drain has affected India adversely.
II. Better scales and better standards

10. Statement: A good manager must draw the utmost from each worker. Assumptions: I. It is possible to get the maximum from each worker. II. Managers are expected to get the best from their workers.

of living act as a bait to lure them. (a) Only (1) assumption is implicit (a) Only (1) assumption is implicit (b) Only (2) assumption is implicit (c) Neither (1)or (2) is implicit (d) Both (1) and (2) implicit (b) Only (2) assumption is implicit (c) Neither (1)or (2) is implicit (d) Both (1) and (2) implicit

9. Statement: If we need to boost our exports, we cant ignore our ports. An economic analyst. Assumptions: I. Our ports are in a good shape.
II. Our ports are not in good shape.

(a) Only (1) assumption is implicit (b) Only (2) assumption is implicit (c) Neither (1)or (2) is implicit (d) Both (1) and (2) implicit

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