Statements and Assumption - Reasoning quiz 1

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Statements and Assumption - Reasoning Online Quiz 1

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Statement: How is it that the village is not shown in this so-called official map of this district?

Assumptions:

I. The official district map is expected to show all the villages of that district.

II. This is not an authentic and official map.

Statement: No regular funds have been provided for welfare activities in this year's budget of the factory.

Assumptions:

I. The factory does not desire to carry out welfare this year.

II. Budgetary provision is necessary for carrying put welfare activities.

Statement: "But out of A, B, C and D products, you buy B which alone is based on the international technology."- A shopkeeper tells a customer.

Assumptions:

I. The customers normally accept the recommendation of the shopkeeper.

II. Use of international technology is supposed to ensure better quality standards.

Statement: The patient's condition would improve after operation.

Assumptions:

I. The patient can be operated upon in this condition.

II. The patient cannot be operated upon in this condition.

Statement: "It has become a necessity to computerize all the functions of our Institute to maintain the present position." - A statement of the Director of XYZ Institute.

Assumptions:

I. Unless computerized, the Institute will fall behind the race.

II. The functions of the Institute are too complex to be handled manually.

Statement: "Those who are appearing for this examination for the first time should be helped in filling up the form." - An instruction to invigilating staff.

Assumptions:

I. The form is somewhat complicated.

II. Candidates can appear more than once for this examination.

Statement: "A visit of school children to forest to widen their knowledge of natural resources has been arranged." - A notice in the school.

Assumptions:

I. Forests are full of natural resources.

II. Children are likely to learn from their interaction with the new environment.

Statement: "The function will start at 3 P.M. You are requested to take your seats before 3 P.M." - Last sentence in an invitation card.

Assumptions:

I. If the invitee is not in his seat before 3 P.M., the function will not start.

II. Function will start as scheduled.

Statement: "The programme will start at 6 p.m. but you can come there up to 7 p.m. or so and still there is no problem."

Assumptions:

I. The programme will continue even after 7 p.m.

II. The programme may not even start by that time.

Statement : There is no reason to rule out the possibility of life on Mars. Therefore, the exploration of that planet has to be undertaken.

Assumptions: I. There is life on Mars. II. The search for life is the sufficient reason for space exploration.

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