CLAT Logical-Reasoning: Questions 608 - 611 of 866
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A passage on social or economic conditions will be given, on basis of which few conclusions will be drawn. You are to mark answer stating whether the inferences are true or false. Mark answer
A general controversy always exist regarding the percentage of population below the poverty line in India. The base for poverty line is decided on the caloric requirement of food of a person in a day. A person in rural areas requires 2, 400 calories and in urban areas requires 2, 200 calories in a day. The household should be able to bear this expenditure to remain above the poverty line. However there is argument that along with calories criteria, the amount of protein intake should also be treated as a criterion as it is related to physical energy, mental alertness and resistance to infection.
Question number: 608 (5 of 5 Based on Passage) Show Passage
Infections do not affect those who live above the poverty line.
if the statement is definitely true.
if the conclusion is definitely false.
if the statement is probably true, though not definitely true.
if the conclusions is neither true nor false because the data given in the passage are inadequate.
Question number: 609
This summer the temperature has risen four to five degree Celsius above the normal temperature in day time in whole country.
|a.||Both action Ⅱ & action Ⅲ follow.|
|b.||Only action Ⅱ follows.|
|c.||Either action Ⅱ or action Ⅲ follows.|
|d.||Either action Ⅰ or action Ⅱ follows.|
Question number: 610
Some desks are caps. No cap is red.
Some caps are desks.
No desk is red.
|a.||All of the conclusions follow.|
|b.||None of the conclusions follow.|
|c.||Only conclusion Ⅰ can follow.|
|d.||Only conclusion Ⅱ can follow.|
Question number: 611
People who give up smoking often gain weight.
It’s a natural occurrence to all that they gain weight when they stop smoking.
A person cannot gain weight if he continues to smoke.
|a.||Either one of the assumptions is implied or implicit.|
|b.||Only assumption Ⅱ is implied or implict.|
|c.||None of the assumptions is implied or implict.|
|d.||All of the assumptions are implied or implicit.|