CLAT Logical-Reasoning: Questions 412 - 414 of 861

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Question number: 412

» Statement - Conclusion

Statement-Conclusion▾

Statement

No rabbit is lion. Some horses are lions. All rabbits are tables.

Conclusions

  1. Some tables are lions.

  2. Some horses are rabbits.

  3. No lion is table.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Both conclusion Ⅱ & conclusion Ⅲ follow.

b.

Either conclusion Ⅰ or conclusion Ⅲ can follow.

c.

Either conclusion Ⅰ or conclusion Ⅱ can follow.

d.

Both conclusion Ⅰ & conclusion Ⅱ follow.

Question number: 413

» Statement - Course of Action

Course of Action▾

Statement

A forecast has been announced by the Meteorology Department that severe cyclonic storm would hit the city in next 2 days.

Actions

  1. Business houses and educational institutions should be closed down for next forty-eight hours.

  2. Information should not be given to public as it may create an uproar and fear among people.

  3. Preparations should be done by disaster management program to manage such situations, if they take place.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Both action Ⅰ & action Ⅲ follow.

b.

Both action Ⅱ & action Ⅲ follow.

c.

All of the actions follow.

d.

Either action Ⅱ or action Ⅲ follows.

Question number: 414

» Statement - Assumption

Statement-Assumption▾

Statement

An announcement of contacting the viewers of channel between certain time on weekdays and announcing lucky winners off them was made by a host of a popular T. V. programme.

Assumptions

  1. People may always remain at home to receive the call.

  2. Now, it’s possible that viewership of programme may increase.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Either one of the assumptions is implied or implicit.

b.

All of the assumptions are implied or implicit.

c.

Only assumption Ⅱ is implied or implict.

d.

Only assumption Ⅰ is implied or implict.

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