Statements and Assumption - Reasoning quiz 21

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Statements and Assumption - Reasoning Online Quiz 21

Statements and Assumption - Reasoning quiz 21 is a free online quiz challenge under Statements and Assumption - Reasoning category. There are 277 free online quiz challenges available in Reasoning category


Statement: An advertisement in a newspaper - "Wanted unmarried, presentable, matriculate girls between 18 and 21, able to speak fluently in English to be taken as models."

Assumptions:

I. Fluency in English is a pre-requisite for good performance as a model.

II. Height does not matter in performing as a model.

Statement : The railway authorities have decided to increase the freight charges by 10% in view of the possibility of incurring losses in the current financial year.

Assumptions : I. The volume of freight during the remaining period may remain same. II. The amount so obtained may set off a part or total of the estimated deficit.

Statement: The office building needs repairing just as urgently as it needs internal as well as external painting.

Assumptions:

I. Efficiency of people working in the office cannot be improved unless office building is repaired.

II. Repairing and painting of office building require funds.

Statement: The government is making efforts to boost tourism in State X.

Assumptions:

I. Tourism in State X dropped following political unrest.

II. Special discounts in the air fare have been announced.

Statement : I can take you quickly from Kanpur to Lucknow by my cab but then you must pay double charges.

Assumptions : I. Normally, It will take more time to reach there. II. People want to reach quickly without paying extra money for it.

Statement: World Health Organisation has decided to double its assistance to various health programmes in India as per-capita expenditure on health in India is very low compared to many other countries.

Assumptions:

I. The enhanced assistance may substantially increase the per-capita expenditure on health in India and bring it on par with other countries.

II. The Government funding is less than adequate to provide medical facilities in India.

Statement: Children, who get encouragement, usually perform better. - A note by the Principal to the parents.

Assumptions:

I. Some parents do not encourage children.

II. Parents may follow Principal's advice.

Statement : We must settle all the payment due to our suppliers within three working days.

Assumptions : I. We will always have necessary funds in our account to settle the bills. II. We are capable of verifying and clearing the bills in less than three working days.

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: This year most of the shops and departmental stores are offering prizes and discounts on purchases to attract customers.

Assumptions:

I. The shops and departmental stores have so far earned a lot of profit, so now they have started sharing it with the customers.

II. Lots of goods are available but the sale is not shooting up. There is no cheer for the customers.

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