Statement and Conclusion

Statement and Conclusion

Direction: Two statements are given followed by the two Conclusions I and II. You have to consider the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You are to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follow from the given statements. Indicate your answer.

1. Statements
A. No teacher comes to the school on a bicycle.
B. Anand comes to the school on a bicycle.
Conclusions
I. Anand is not a teacher.
II. Anand is a student.

1. Anand comes on a bicycle which is not used by any teacher. Hence, Anand cannot be a teacher. therefore, I is valid. II is not valid because if Anand is not a teacher, he is either a students or a staff member.

Correct Option: A

Anand comes on a bicycle which is not used by any teacher. Hence, Anand cannot be a teacher. therefore, I is valid. II is not valid because if Anand is not a teacher, he is either a students or a staff member.

1. Statements
A. Most of the 64 number buses go to my office.
B. This is 64 number bus.
Conclusions
I. This bus goes to my office.
II. This bus does not go to my office.

1. Presence of word 'most' in the statement makes both I and II ambiguous. hence, none of I and II can be drawn.

Correct Option: D

Presence of word 'most' in the statement makes both I and II ambiguous. hence, none of I and II can be drawn.

1. Statements
A. Vitamin B-cmplex is the best for health.
B. Fruits contain Vitamin B-complex.
Conclusions
I. We should grow fruits.
II. Fruits are good for health.

1. I does not make any connection with the given statement, but II does. Hence, I cannot be drawn but II can be.
fruits → B-Complex → good for health

Correct Option: B

I does not make any connection with the given statement, but II does. Hence, I cannot be drawn but II can be.
fruits → B-Complex → good for health

1. Statements
A. Some Indians are educated.
B. Educated persons like small families.
Conclusions
I. All small families are educated.
2. Some Indians like small families.

1. I cannot be concluded because of the presence of world "all" in it. II is the obvious choice from both the statements.

Correct Option: B

I cannot be concluded because of the presence of world "all" in it. II is the obvious choice from both the statements.

1. Statements
A. In comparison with 2 decades ago, India is producing more two wheelers.
B. The quality of such vehicles has also been improved.
conclusions
I. We are exporting two wheelers.
II. Our two wheeler industries have done commendable progress.

1. I is invalid as export is not the subject of discussion in the given statement. II is a valid conclusion because there has been increase in production of two wheelers with improved qualities.

Correct Option: A

I is invalid as export is not the subject of discussion in the given statement. II is a valid conclusion because there has been increase in production of two wheelers with improved qualities.